OS Grid ref:-SH808535
Impressive Conway Falls (or or Rhaeadr y Graig Lwyd in Welsh) is situated at the confluence of the Rivers Conwy and Machno, as they tumble through a dramatic steep wooded gorge.
A Site of Special Scientific Interest - SSSI (mainly because of the variety of lichens and flora). Otters may occasionally be seen, as can salmon from August onwards.
Woodland walks, car park and Café. The cafe is the work of the Welsh architect Clough Williams-Ellis,who designed Portmeirion.