Cosy, stone-built terraced cottage set in the charming seaside village of Llanddulas on the magnificent North Wales coast.
With the fabulous features and attractions of the area within easy reach, this well-located getaway is perfect for a family of four.
Wander down the pathway towards this home-away-from-home and step into a welcoming and snug sitting room, warmed by rustic wooden beams and a stone fireplace housing a woodburning stove to enjoy whilst watching a film with your loved ones.
Also on the ground floor rests a delightful country cottage kitchen, fully-equipped and with pretty cream units bringing a real sense of charm.
The first floor presents two tastefully finished bedrooms; the master double room displays stunning sea views whilst the twin room is perfect for the kids to stay in.
Indulge yourself in a relaxing bubble bath in this property's glistening, all-white bathroom, which concludes the accommodation in immaculate fashion.
Make the most of the wonderful patio to the back of the cottage as it overlooks the coast idyllically, it is the perfect sunny spot to enjoy a BBQ in the summer months.
Take a soothing stroll into the centre of Llanddulas, a village served by a choice of shops and pubs as well as an extensive beach which also offers a scenic cycle path.
A lengthy stay is needed to experience all of North Wales' wonderful opportunities, whether you are interested in heritage, scenery, outdoor activities, water sports, dramatic castles and much more, this beautiful region has it all.
Treat your loved ones to a stay at this ideally located Llanddulas cottage.
About the location
Abergele 2 miles; Colwyn Bay 4 miles.
Situated on the lovely North Wales coast, Llanddulas village stands between its more well known neighbours of Abergele and Colwyn Bay. The village has shops, pubs and a large beach, with a cycle track extending for miles along this sandy coastline. Nearby are the fallen folly of Gwrych Castle, wonderful hill walks, or enormous sandy beaches with excellent water sports and fishing. Discover the Welsh Mountain Zoo, 13th Century Conwy Castle and delightful harbour, Victorian Llandudno with its famous promenade, tram rides up the Great Orme and dry ski slope, and not forgetting the whole of Snowdonia – a superb base for exploring this lovely region.