Plas Mawr stands as a symbol of a prosperous, buoyant Elizabethan age in the heart of Conwy's narrow cobbled streets, just a 9 minute drive from Bodysgallen Hall
Plas Mawr is probably the finest town house of the Elizabethan period in Britain. Its owner Robert Wynn, an influential merchant of great repute, was fond of grandeur and colour, and liked entertaining lavishly.
Robert Wynn built this grand house between 1576 and 1585 and has exquisite ornamental plasterwork ceilings and friezes, painted in vivid original colours and skilful carpentry. His initials are evident on various crests and coats of arms throughout the house.