This cottage lies in the heart of Deganwy, 30 seconds walk to the stunning beach which boasts views to Conwy Castle, Conwy Marina and the mountains one way and to Puffin Island, Anglesey and the Great Orme, Llandudno the other.
The property is a 20 to 30 minute walk by coastal path/cycle track to either of the holiday resorts of Conwy and Llandudno both of which can also be accessed by train from Deganwy station very close by.
Perfect for families or a group of friends, Sefton Cottage has been lovingly designed in a seaside theme, with soft furnishings and a luxury feel which flows room to room.
As you enter, you will discover a homely lounge dressed in elegant blues and whites, with an electric woodburner effect fire tucked away into a fireplace, to warm those cooler evenings.
There is an immaculate kitchen close by, reflecting a bespoke image, and complete with a table featuring bench seating.
Upstairs, three bedrooms await; here you will be spoilt for choice between the two doubles, and the twin set-up, each thoughtfully accessorised, continuing the soothing coastal scheme, to leave you truly relaxed one night to the next.
A panelled family bathroom ties the accommodation together in a wonderful fashion, and a cloakroom graces each floor accordingly.
Outside, spend some time in the courtyard which is situated to the front of the cottage, a chance to be at one with the location in your leisure time.
There is an abundance of activities to suit all interests on offer in this area; from a stroll on the beach, to sea fishing, walking and climbing in the Snowdonia range to enjoying the castles, mines, the world class adventure tourism in the area, to 3 world class golf links courses running along this beautiful stretch of the North Wales Coast.
Llandudno was very popular during the Victorian era, and this is evident in the architecture and the very impressive promenade.
The town also has a pier with family attractions, a theatre and for the more adventurous, a dry ski slope.
A short car journey and you have Surf Snowdonia - a world-first inland surf lagoon along with Zip World incorporating not one but 2 of the longest and fastest zip wires in the world.
Between Deganwy, Llandudno and Conwy there is something for everyone.
About the location
Conwy 2 miles; Llandudno 3.5 miles.
The village of Deganwy, on the banks of the River Conwy at the mouth of the Estuary, is a very popular holiday destination. Deganwy has a marina, a small selection of shops, pubs and restaurants, and retains the ruins of Deganwy Castle, built in 1082 but later demolished. There is an abundance of activities to suit all interests on offer in this area; from sea fishing, walking and climbing in the Snowdonia range to enjoying the castles, mines, beaches and gardens of this beautiful stretch of the North Wales Coast. Deganwy is only a few miles from the holiday resorts of Conwy and Llandudno; Conwy boasts a medieval castle, town walls and a marina, plus winding streets which offer something for shoppers and diners alike. Llandudno was very popular during the Victorian era, and this is evident in the architecture and the very impressive promenade. The town also has a pier with family attractions, a theatre and for the more adventurous, a dry ski slope! Between Deganwy, Llandudno and Conwy, this area has so much to offer the entire family.