MINIMUM STAY IS JUST 2 NIGHT BREAKS
Sorry no pets at this property.
Parking in the road a quiet cul de sac mainly made up of residents.
We have lovingly restored our 2 bedroomed holiday home just a few minutes walk to harbour shops bars and restaurants.
Our cottage has received loads of great reviews with many of our guests repeating their bookings.
The property itself is in a quiet road with fantastic outdoor area and garden furniture and chiminea all very private.
Large lounge area with comfortable seating and tv broadband and selection of games and books and jigsaws.And a Wi console.
Freshly decorated new carpets and luxury bathroom and kitchen with large oven and small oven and 5 ring hob, microwave, washing machine and dining table and chairs plus high chair.
Modern tiled upstairs bathroom has a shower over Lshaped bath.
Master bedroom has kingsize bed with egyption cotton bedding and sumptuous feather and down duvets and pillows, (but we can offer alternatives for allergies just ask) cottage style furniture and built in wardrobe with ample storage including ironing board and iron and travel cot mattress and bedding.
Adult sized bunk beds can be found in the 2nd bedroom .
No extra winter fuel charges and all bedding towels provided.
Historic Conwy castle, designated a World Heritage Site, is a fantastic place to explore and the walls are visible from the property and can be accessed within one minute walk from the front door.
The restored Elizabethan House (Plas Mawr), The oldest surviving merchant house dating back to 14th Century (Aberconwy House), Britains Smallest House and Conwy Butterfly Jungle all to be found within the town of Conwy.
Surf Snowdonia, Check website www.surfsnowdonia.co.uk is the first inland surfing centre and is now open, and is a ten minute drive away on the road to Trefriw where their famous woollen mills are.
Numerous sandy beaches and golf courses within a short drive. Dry ski slope and toboggan run and cable cars can be found in Llandudno with its famous pier and newly reinstated cruise trips running from it.
The newly opened Erskine Arms is a few minuites walkj away and getting rave reviews for food and ambience...in a listed building opposite the Station and The Bridge..many activity nights there get in early for the Thursday quiz and also the CAMRA awards winning pub "The Albion" in the centre of Conwy serving real ales brewed locally and further afield. In here you will not find a TV or loud music or pool table but just good old fashioned conversation and an array of board and card games and dominoes etc.
Alfredos Italian and 2 curry restuarants too Jalsa and Raj
Snowdonia mountain railway is worth a trip and if you want to leave the car behind then Conwy train station is 3 minutes walk from the property, going to Chester Manchester and Bangor and Holyhead on Anglesey.
Local buses to all nearby towns such as Llandudno and Bangor, Betws y coed and many more routes...the Conwy tour bus stops here too.
Many regular festivals on the quayside, music and food related.
Bodnant gardens and restaurant and cookery school are also only a ten minute drive away. Betws y coed and waterfalls a short drive away.