4.3★ 4 Guests 2 Bedrooms 1 Bathroom Pets No Features Off road parking Ground floor accommodation Ground floor bedroom Garden / Patio Washing machine Dishwasher Broadband / WiFi Reviews & Ratings Accuracy of the listing Cleanliness Comfort Facilities and Maintenance Search All reviews lounge (5) property (4) great (4) nice (4) enjoyed (4) ash (4) 16 Customer Reviews "The property was well furnished and decorated, the beds comfortable." It needed better cleaning,outside we couldn't sit on the patio,it needed tiding up,lots of weeds,table needed washing down.There was lots if cobwebs about,also the doors needed washing down.I did speak to Bianco the part owner who is very nice,she said she had a young girl that cleaned for her and would have a word.But as said beautif decorated and furnished. Could do with a couple of higher chairs in the lounge as I suffer with a bad back and the sofas was low. Reviewed by Valerie3.1★Sep 2023 "This property should never have been allowed to be used as a holiday home." The damp was overwhelming when you opened the front door. The smell of damp when you opened the kitchen doors was awful, the stench from the bathroom was absolutely disgusting. I would never book a holiday home with Sykes again, the lack of feedback from Sykes was a let down. Reviewed by Jacqui1.6★Sep 2023 "It was a great holiday home it provided what we needed and more" Reviewed by Bronwen5.0★Aug 2023 "Enjoyed our stay at Mountain Ash realy quiet, just the way we like it" Reviewed by Kathleen4.4★Aug 2023 "Had a lovely stay at mountain ash, clean and tidy." The welcome hamper was a great touch and very appreciated, got a long overdue catch up with family in the area, lovely quiet spot. Reviewed by Sharon5.0★Aug 2023 "My auntie and uncle thoroughly enjoyed their holiday at mountain ash." Everything was perfect including location, cottage itself, traveling distance. Everything was perfect Reviewed by Helen5.0★Jun 2023 "Loverly place everything u need home from home nice sun trap in garden would go again" Reviewed by Maxine5.0★Jun 2023 "The cottage was beautiful." ..spotlessly clean...and so quiet an peaceful...an comfy...had a problem with tv in lounge on first day..but was quickly sorted by Bianca who was very apologetic about it..an even bought us some chocolates for the inconvenience..we would definitely like to come back..thoroughly enjoyed our week there...very close to lots of beautiful places to visit...we had glorious weather too which was a bonus.... Reviewed by Sharon5.0★May 2023 "Excellent stay at Mountain Ash, A lovely touch welcome pack ,very clean lots of space, very quiet." The only negatives was the tv in main lounge over a certain age slight struggle regarding channels even though it’s in welcome pack, would definitely stay again looked at beginning of November for two weeks unfortunately not in use Reviewed by Ian3.4★Apr 2023 "The bungalow was beautiful and the owner was very helpful and obliging." The extras provided were welcoming. I would certainly recommend this accommodation. Reviewed by Denise5.0★Apr 2023 "We had a lovely week here." We arrived to no heating, but a quick phone call to the owner and it was sorted within a couple of hours. The bungalow is spacious (the pictures really don’t do it justice) and cosy. It’s in a great location. The welcome pack was a lovely little touch that was very appreciated. Thank you. Reviewed by Sue5.0★Oct 2022 "A nice bungalow in a lovely area." Handy for all the North Wales coast. It had everything you needed and was very comfortable with a good sized TV in the lounge to relax in the evenings. There was no information about what to do about recycling which was the only thing that was stopping us giving the bungalow a 5 star. Reviewed by Derek5.0★Sep 2022 "More crockery and glasses would be good." A little more tlc. Need a dustbin out the back. Otherwise everything was fine and thankyou for the stay. Reviewed by Richard4.1★Aug 2022 "We had a great time relaxing and traveling the area we will be recommending to all our friends thanks" Reviewed by Colin4.7★Jul 2022 "The property was in a good position for looking round North Wales." I feel the property needs an upgrade of the bedroom bathroom and kitchen, some nice outside furniture would also be a good idea. The lounge is a good space very light and airy and comfortable. My biggest problem was the smell of damp worse in the hall and front bedroom also in the bottom kitchen cupboards and most of the crockery was chipped. It was loverly being left a goodie tray milk bread and butter, much appreciated. All in all we enjoyed North Wales and managed ok, we put the beds together and stayed in the twin room as the damp was not noticeable in there. I suppose for the price I should not complain. Thank you for having us. Reviewed by Vivienne3.4★Jul 2022 "Good spacious property in convenient location, ample on site parking." We stayed as a couple but plenty of space for four. Reviewed by Edward5.0★Jul 2022 There are no reviews featuring this term Show all reviews Show more Hide all Summary Single-storey Two bedrooms: 1 x double with TV, 1 x twin with TV Shower room with walk-in shower, basin, WC, and bidet Kitchen/diner Utility Sitting room with electric fire Gas central heating with electric fire Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher 3 x TV, WiFi Fuel and power inc. in rent Bed linen and towels inc. in rent Off-road parking for 3 cars Enclosed rear patio with furniture Sorry, no pets and no smoking Shop 1.2 miles, pub 1.4 miles, beach 1.3 miles Note: There are steps to the exterior of the property The property Situated on the outskirts of Kinmel Bay, a thriving seaside village in Conwy, is this single-storey cottage, Mountain Ash. Featuring off-road parking, ground-floor living, a well-equipped kitchen and utility, a delightful welcome hamper, and set within proximity to local amenities and the coast, the cottage welcomes four guests, ideal for a family trip to the seaside. Benefit from a spacious dining area, adjacent to an array of culinary and laundry appliances, to ease your self-catering stay. Warm up on colder days in the sitting room, in front of the electric fire and TV; likewise, use this space for sun glimpses as the warmer months roll in, offering a bright and airy feel. Two spacious bedrooms with ample storage, a generously-sized shower room, and a private patio complete Mountain Ash, providing everything that you'll need for a refreshing and relaxing break away. Beyond your abode, be wowed by the stunning shoreline of Kinmel Bay, dotted with an array of eateries, amusements, pubs, and convenience stores; Baysville Coffee & Grill is worth a visit for a morning coffee or an ice cream, set on the coastline, whilst several convenience stores will be within walking distance, to help you keep on top of the essentials. Paces away, you'll also arrive at Rhuddlan Castle, originating back to 1277, Manorafon Farm Park, perfect for the entire family to enjoy, and Kinmel Dunes Local Nature Reserve, ideal for a leisurely stroll. Travelling towards Rhyl, enjoy days out at SeaQuarium, set up shop for a relax upon Rhyl Beach, or perhaps tour Rhyl Botanical Gardens, featuring a landscape park, on-site eatery, and a beautiful walking route. As you make your way towards the county, be sure to visit Welsh Mountain Zoo for a keeper’s experience, before venturing to Plas Mawr for a family picnic or Conwy Castle for a guided tour of the medieval fortress. Enjoy all that Conwy has to offer by booking Mountain Ash. Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £250. View on map About the location KINMEL BAY Rhyl 1.3 miles; Colwyn Bay 9.7 miles; Conwy 14.8 miles. Resting on the western side of the River Clwyd is the charming North Wales village of Kinmel Bay. Lying opposite the bustling resort of Rhyl, Kinmel Bay makes a wonderful holiday location and attracts plenty of serious watersports enthusiasts with popularity especially in canoeing and windsurfing. The Kinmel Dunes Nature Reserve is home to a small sand dune system with lots of native wildlife and plants, with seals sometimes spotted close to the shore, you can enjoy lovely walks along paths leading through the dunes, before continuing along the North Wales Path. The village is home to a supermarket, several shops, two pubs and some restaurants, while Rhyl is just a stone's throw away. Discover SeaQuarium Rhyl, SC2 Rhyl waterpark, Rhyl Golf Club and the gorgeous Rhyl Beach. From Kinmel Bay you are within easy reach of the Clwydian Range and Dee Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty for plenty of stunning walking and cycling country, as well as the beaches of Colwyn Bay, Llandudno and the historic market town of Conwy.