Nestled on the coast, in the pretty village of Dwygyfylchi in Wales is this superb stone cottage.
7 Gwynan Park offers a wonderful base for exploring the coastline and the Snowdonia National Park.
Step through to the welcoming sitting room, which offers plenty of seating for families to relax and unwind of an evening in front of the electric fire, while catching up on your favourite shows.
The open-plan kitchen has all high quality fitted units and sleek worktops, housing all the appliances you could need to rustle up a delicious home-cooked meal for the whole family.
Gather around the dining table to enjoy your meals, plan the day's events or enjoy a quiet space for catching up on some reading.
The property boasts two brightly-decorated bedrooms: one double and one twin, with colourful bed throws and pillows adding that bit of character to the rooms.
The family shower room has all high-quality fixtures and fittings and offers a space to get ready of a morning.
To the rear of the cottage is a delightful enclosed lawned garden and patio area, with plenty of seating so you can take a refreshing drink outside and watch the lovely sunset.
Off-road parking is available for two cars.
While you're in the area, why not visit the Great Orme?
A limestone headland with some of the most spectacular views across the countryside and coast, with an on-site café and playground to enjoy.
Birdwatchers will delight in the RSPB Conwy nature reserve with so many exotic bird species to discover in their natural habitat, while also enjoying the grasslands and salt marshes.
Travel towards the thriving town of Penmaenmawr for a larger selection of shops and supermarkets for your amenities, as well as a fine choice of traditional Welsh pubs and restaurants.
Use 7 Gwynan Park as your base for exploring all the beautiful region has to offer.
About the location
Penmaenmawr 1.5 miles; Conwy 3.5 miles.
Dwygyfylchi is situated on the stunning North Wales coast between Penmaenmawr and Conwy.
It looks out across to the Irish Sea, Conwy Bay, Anglesey and the Great Orme off Llandudno, where dolphins can sometimes be seen swimming in the distance.
On a clear day, the Isle of Man can be visible.
It is nestled at the foot of Moel Lys mountain, which offers many beautiful walks and vistas.
A recently opened cycling track enables you to ride along the coast eastwards towards Conwy and beyond, or westwards towards Llanfairfechan.
Located by the beach at Penmaenmawr is a Sailing Club and there is also the Penmaenmawr Golf Club; visitors are welcome at both.
On the other end of the beach to the Sailing Club is a promenade area offering skate boarding, a children’s playpark, bowling green, promenade cafe and all-weather tennis courts, as well as some of the safest swimming in the area on a long sandy beach.
Alternatively, you can drive (or walk) up the Sychnant Pass, from where there are many walking trails leading off.
Further on, you can drive up through the beautiful Conwy Valley alongside the River Conwy.
On the way to the Sychnant Pass you go through the charming village of Capelulo, where there are a couple of restaurants.
This is a lovely area which provides a fantastic base for your holiday in North Wales.