Mountain Ash is a tastefully decorated bungalow, just one mile from the North Wales Coast at Kinmel Bay, Rhyl.
Many of the region's most popular attractions come within easy reach, making this a fine base for couples, friends and family to enjoy that well-deserved break away from everyday life.
Adjoining the owner's property, enter this cottage and to your left is a double bedroom benefiting from a delightful dressing table to get yourself ready at before yet another fun-packed day.
Next you will discover a lovely family shower room.
Further along the spacious hallway brings you to a lovingly furnished twin bedroom.
The living areas lie at the back of the cottage; the kitchen/diner is fully equipped and is completed with refreshing white units for a classy tone.
An attractive sitting room completes the accommodation as it boasts lavish and cosy sofas, a modern electric fire and a flat-screen TV, a lovely spot to curl up with your loved ones with a favourite film to top it all off.
When the sun comes out, take a seat on the well-kept patio with a glass of wine, or perhaps your morning coffee before the day begins.
The popular towns of Towyn, Kinmel Bay and Rhyl are all short journeys away, both presenting a selection of amenities and boasting glorious beaches and seaside entertainment to keep you entertained.
Alternatively, the attractive spots of Colwyn Bay, Llandudno and Conwy are also easily reachable, as is the astounding Snowdonia National Park.
A well-presented cottage in an excellent North Wales location.
About the location
Prestatyn 4 miles; Colwyn Bay 14 miles.
Rhyl is a seaside resort nestled between Prestatyn and Colwyn Bay along the North Wales coastline. Rhyl has golden beaches that stretch for six miles along the coast. The centre of Rhyl provides numerous activities to enjoy such as the Seaquarium. There is a Crown Green bowling Centre, miniature golf, tennis, squash courts, go karts, arcades, and Botanical Gardens. A sheltered harbour allows access to numerous water sports, such as sailing and kayaking, or further afield you will find white water rafting, climbing and caving, and the renowned Offa’s Dyke walking trail, just down the coast in Prestatyn which is a four mile drive or a three mile walk if you fancy leaving the car at home. Within a short drive you can discover the beautiful Snowdonia National Park, Victorian Llandudno, the Welsh Mountain Zoo, Rhuddlan and Denbigh Castles, or historic Chester with its wonderful shops and architecture. A great location for all the family!