Within Conwy's striking medieval walls is a treasure trove of historic taverns and inns. For centuries visitors and locals alike have whiled away their time within them, seeking solace, catching up with friends, and raising a toast or two. Although some old alehouses are no longer trading, the town and surrounding area still boast more than their fair share of quaint, cosy and fascinating establishments in which to enjoy a drink. Peter Johnson and Catherine Jefferis take the reader in and around Conwy, recounting tales of the more colourful characters and events in the history of the area's inns. Conwy & District Pubs is beautifully illustrated with over seventy full-colour images, in addition to a number of charming historical pictures that provide a glimpse into the past of these intriguing Welsh pubs. It has much to offer Jackdaws (those born and bred within the town walls) and other birds of a feather keen to experience the area's most charismatic, oldest or unusual establishments.