This delightful stone built, double fronted 'proper' stone cottage, rather lovely and with rustic charm, offers an ideal base from which to explore North Wales.
Situated in the picturesque hamlet known as Fox Hole,on the outskirts of the busy town of Abergele, this quirky cottage enjoys wonderful views of the North Wales coastline, plus a glorious countryside vista.
Surrounded by ancient woodland and winding country lanes offering peaceful strolls, this holiday cottage will appeal to those seeking a relaxing break.
To the rear is a site of scientific interest, home to bats and owls...and you may be lucky enough to spot the occasional deer on the hillside opposite!
Yet this endearing retreat has close proximity to the A55 North Wales Expressway and,with the beach being within three miles, it is, by no means, isolated.
Abergele town is within walking distance where you will find a selection of pubs, restaurants and shops to suit all tastes.
Venture into the nearby towns of Conwy, Llandudno, Rhyl or Prestatyn, all waiting to be explored.
Snowdonia National Park is certainly not to be missed.
Number 3 Fox Hole has a modernised interior which offers rustic and charming accommodation, being open plan to the ground floor.
Upstairs, all bedrooms benefit from televisions and the third bedroom makes an ideal day room/lounge with French doors opening onto the patio.
The rear garden is terraced, again with superb views from its higher levels.
Very much an ongoing project, this private garden has seating areas, dry stone walling and gravelled surfaces.
Over two floors. Three bedrooms; 1 x king-size bedroom, 1 x single bedroom with trundle bed to convert to 2 singles or 1 double, bedroom/ day room with a single day bed. Bathroom with bath, hand-held shower, separate walk-in shower, basin and WC. Open-plan living room with sitting area with woodburning stove, dining area and kitchen area. Utility.
About the location
Colwyn Bay 6 miles; Llandudno 12 miles; Conwy 12 miles.
The pleasant seaside town of Abergele stands on the lovely North Wales coastline and is ideally positioned between the stunning Vale of Clwyd and the lovely Conwy Valley. Renowned for the impressive Gwrych Castle which overlooks the town, and its enormous sandy beach, the whole area offers safe bathing waters and excellent watersports facilities. There is also a coastal cycle path which runs along the Abergele seafront, and for walking enthusiasts, the Offa's Dyke pathway, the Clwydian Hill Range and beautiful Betws-y-Coed known as the "Gateway to Snowdonia" are all nearby. The beautiful castles of Rhuddlan, Bodelwyddan, Conwy and Caernarfon are not to be missed, and the delightful award-winning Victorian town of Llandudno, offering quality shops, restaurants, a fantastic dry ski slope and exciting cable car rides over the Great Orme, is within easy driving distance. There is plenty to do in this wonderful region at any time of the year!
Note: Please note that the cottage garden has steep concrete steps and it is spread over several different levels with steep and exposed drops. Therefore, the property is not suitable for people with mobility issues or unsupervised children.