Essential Website Maintenance – Thursday 9th January 2020

We will be carrying out essential website maintenance in the afternoon which will affect some functionality. We apologise in advance for any inconvenience the work may cause and will do all we can to keep disruption to an absolute minimum.

Public toilets

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All our public toilets are open except

  • Abergele, Water Street (ladies and gents) - closed due to vandalism
  • Capel Curig (disabled only) - awaiting repair
  • Cerrigydrudion, Tan Lan - closed due to vandalism
  • Colwyn Bay, Horizon Shine – awaiting repair
  • Colwyn Bay, Ivy Street - closed due to vandalism
  • Dwygyfylchi, Fairy Glen Road - unsafe facility
  • Llandudno, North Western Gardens (urinals) - closed due to vandalism
  • Llandudno Junction - closed due to vandalism
  • Llanddulas - blocked drains
  • Llanrwst, Gwydir Park - ongoing redevelopment
  • Llanrwst, Watling Street - awaiting repair
  • Penmaenmawr, Fernbrook Road – awaiting repair
  • Penmaenmawr, Promenade, near Yacht Club - closed due to storm damage
  • Pensarn, Promenade – closed due to vandalism
  • Towyn, Sandbank Road - unsafe facility

List of public toilets in Conwy County.

Opening times

During summer months (Easter until the first week in September)

  • Opened between 7am and 10am (depending on location)
  • Closed between 7pm and 9pm (depending on location)
  • Tourist Information Centre, Conwy: 9:30am to 5pm Monday to Saturday, 10am to 4pm Sunday. Closed Easter Sunday.

During winter months (second week in September until Easter)

  • Opened between 7:30am and 10am (depending on location)
  • Closed between 4:30pm and 5:30pm (depending on location)
  • Great Orme Visitor Centre: closed November to March
  • Public toilets will be closed on Christmas Day and New Year’s Day
  • Tourist Information Centre, Conwy: 10am to 1pm, 2pm to 4pm Monday to Saturday, closed Sunday.

RADAR key accessible toilets are locked at the same times, due to high levels of vandalism and anti-social behaviour.

Public toilets: frequently asked questions

Do I need to pay? How do I do this?

Some of our toilets are pay facilities. There are instructions on the door how to use the coin payment machine. Please do not try to wedge open the doors – this damages the lock and puts the toilet out of action.

Why isn’t there an attendant at each public toilet?

We have staff onsite all day at our busiest facilities, and other staff travel between public toilets.

Community Toilet Scheme

The Community Toilet Scheme is funded and managed by Conwy County Borough Council and allows the public to use toilet facilities in approved local businesses during their opening hours.

toilet-imageYou are welcome to use the toilets without making a purchase where you see this sign. 

List of community toilets in Conwy County.

Interested in your business joining the scheme?  Find out more and apply.


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