Orielfa overlooks Conwy Marina and is a 4 bedroom, 3 en-suite bathroom townhouse set over 3 floors. Sleeps 7.
Ground Floor: Bedroom 4 with king size bed and doors leading to enclosed patio with views of the marina. En-suite shower room.
First Floor: Sitting Room with balcony overlooking the marina with full sky package, LG 47' TV and comfortable sofas. Dining area with seating for 8. Kitchen fully equipped with dishwasher, washing machine, fridge/freezer, microwave, toaster, electric kettle, coffee machine.
Second Floor: Master bedroom with king size bed, views of the marina and en-suite shower room. Bedroom 2 with twin beds and en-suite bathroom. Bedroom 3 with double bed and views of the marina.
Outside: To the front is private parking for 2 cars set in a quiet cul de sac. An enclosed patio area with views of the marina and outdoor seating, with BBQ
This is a smoke and pet free holiday rental.
A £200 per week deposit is requested at the time of booking.
Things to do: There is so much to do and see in Conwy with its historic harbour, which is one of the largest recreational boating harbours in the whole of Wales accommodating leisure craft, a small commercial fishing fleet, mussel boats and a charter angling fleet and if you have your own boat you can launch it from here. Fishing, sailing, walking, horse riding, sandy beaches and three golf courses are all within easy reach.
The National Trust's Bodant Garden is a short drive and places of historic interest include, Plas Mawr Elizabethan Town House, Aberconwy House and the Smallest House in the UK, not forgetting the castle of course. Conwy Museums Service supports a network of small museums around the County including the Sir Henry Jones Museum in Llangernyw, Llanrwst Almhouse Museum and Llandudno Museum. Some smaller collections of social history, archaeology and paintings can be seen at The Royal Cambrian art gallery in Conwy.
Travel to Conwy: Manchester and Liverpool airports serve Conwy, as does Holyhead ferry port. Helford Dyffryn Conwy and Conwy Valley Railway operate in the locality and Conwy has a railway station at Bangor Road with taxi rank outside.
Things to do in Gwynedd-Snowdonia, Wales
The Snowdonia National Park is one of the most breathtaking places in the UK and covers 838 square miles. Snowdonia lets you explore the largest mountains in England and Wales, as well as the beautiful beaches of the Cambrian Coast. The wooded valleys, wild moors, peaceful lakes and long mountain ridges make the perfect setting for walking and cycling. There are marked cycle routes through much of the Snowdonia National Park, and sailing on one of the magnificent mountain lakes. Snowdonia walk, riding and cycle trail information can be found at the many Snowdonia tourist information offices located around the park's perimeter, and there are plenty of excellent pubs in which to retreat to after a hard day.
It's great to be back and were impressed by the refurbishment - even better accommodation than last year!
Conwy is a seaside town on the north coast of Wales. It faces Deganwy across the River Conwy. Conwy is famous for its medieval castle and for this reason is a popular tourist destination. Stunning views over Snowdonia and the harbour form the backdrop to this designated World Heritage Site and walled town.
King Edward 1 built the walled town and the adjoining castle in the 13th century at the mouth of the River Conwy.
Things to do in Conwy:
There is so much to do and see in Conwy with its historic harbour, which is one of the largest recreational boating harbours in the whole of Wales accommodating leisure craft, a small commercial fishing fleet, mussel boats and a charter angling fleet and if you have your own boat you can launch it from here. Fishing, sailing, walking, horse riding, sandy beaches and three golf courses are all within easy reach.
Golf: Conwy Gold Club is a mere 250m away, it is a venue for major international championships. It is open to visitors. The views from the bar and dining area at the club are just breadth taking, you have mountains on two sides, the and the estuary.
Conwy Golf Club is a championship course, well over 100 years old, in 2010, it held the Ladies European Championships, the views while playing golf are pretty impressive.