Ocean View Apartment

Rhos-on-Sea, North Wales & Snowdonia (Ref. 934495)

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  • Sleeps 4

  • Bedrooms 2

  • Bathrooms 2

  • Pets Yes

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  • “What an amazing apartment. Very ...”
    What an amazing apartment. Very clean, light and well appointed. Everything you could want is included. We sat on the settee, main doors open, watched the seals catching fish when the tide was in. The local area is saturated with takeaways etc but we preferred ready meals from Marks and Spencer's (lazy I know) only 10 mins drive away. There is a car park directly opposite M&S in the shopping centre. I really can't think of anything that would improve this holiday experience. Car parking is under ...
    What an amazing apartment. Very clean, light and well appointed. Everything you could want is included. We sat on the settee, main doors open, watched the seals catching fish when the tide was in. The local area is saturated with takeaways etc but we preferred ready meals from Marks and Spencer's (lazy I know) only 10 mins drive away. There is a car park directly opposite M&S in the shopping centre. I really can't think of anything that would improve this holiday experience. Car parking is under your apartment and has electric door. There are two sets of keys and a door fob. The building felt very secure and safe. We used the balcony for cheese and biscuits on an evening, balcony has table and chairs and relaxer. The WIFI has no "catches" I have stayed at other apartments where the wifi had serious problems but none here, speed was excellent and free! `we never used the picnic hamper however we did use the dishwasher everyday when we went out on adventures. If you want a first class apartment with lovely sea views out of every window this is the one for you.
    - Mr Kirkbride, October 2017

Features

  • Off road parking
  • Ground floor accommodation
  • Ground floor bedroom
  • Smoke-free
  • Pub/shop < 1 mile
  • Washing machine
  • Dishwasher
  • Seaside
  • Broadband / WiFi

The property

A bright, newly built, ground floor sea front apartment, overlooking the sandy beach of Colwyn Bay in Rhos-on-Sea, on the picturesque North Wales Coast.

The modern, fresh decor and fantastic seaside location makes it the perfect venue to come and enjoy one of the most beautiful beaches in North Wales or to venture further afield and take in the many attractions and activities that North Wales has to offer.

The ground floor apartment in Ocean View comes with a spacious and tasteful open plan living area.

The hallway leads into a neutrally decorated light room with bespoke leather/fabric seating, a Smart TV, Broadband/WiFi, a Bose sound link mini Bluetooth speaker and a DVD/Bluetooth player.

The balcony and Juliet balcony offer incredible panoramic views of Rhos harbour, Colwyn Bay and the Clwydian Range.

The well-equipped kitchen boasts stylish monochrome fixtures and fittings, offering everything that you need for preparing and cooking meals during your stay.

It features a single oven with induction hob above, combination grill/microwave, and a slim line dishwasher, a washing machine/tumble dryer, fridge with freezer compartment and of course a toaster.

The dining area offers ample seating for four and provides access to the balcony - the balcony overlooks the promenade with bistro table and chairs.

The master bedroom has a Smart TV that can be watched from the comfort of the king-size bed, plus there’s also ample storage and hanging space, bedside tables, a hair dryer and an en-suite bathroom with walk-in shower.

The bijou second bedroom has a double bed wardrobe, bedside tables with lamps and a TV with CD player, plus both bedrooms offer delightful sea views.

There is also a separate bathroom which has a bath with shower over.

There is also a storage cupboard in the hallway, perfect for storing jackets and shoes, plus also included are a picnic hamper and cool bag and an iron, ironing board and airer.

WiFi is also available throughout the apartment.

Apartment 7, Ocean View has an allocated secure underground parking space, secure bike storage and a lift to the ground floor.

Rhos-on-Sea offers a good range of individual shops, tea rooms and restaurants, as well as activities including a golf club, sea fishing, crazy golf and along the bay at Porth Eirias, sailing and watersports and Michelin stared Bryn William’s Bistro for you to enjoy.

You can walk along the stunning promenade, visit the nearby delightful Victorian town of Llandudno, climb the Great Orme or venture further afield to Snowdonia National Park.

The quaint market town of Betws-y-Coed is in easy reach or visit the steam railways and canals at Llangollen.

Retail therapy can be found in the picturesque Roman city of Chester.

All this and more can be found within easy driving range or just relax on the balcony with a drink and appreciate the surrounding views.

This is a well-presented apartment in a stunning seaside location.

Accommodation

All ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x king-size double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x double. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area, sitting area and balcony. Armchair available upon request.

Amenities

  • Gas central heating
  • Electric oven and hob, microwave oven, fridge with freezer compartment, washer/dryer, dishwasher, Smart TV’s, Bose Bluetooth speaker, WiFi and internet access, selection of books, games and DVDs
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • One secure allocated underground parking space
  • Secure bike storage
  • Juliet balcony and balcony with table and chairs
  • One well-behaved dog welcome
  • Sorry, no smoking and no vaping
  • Shops and pub within 1 mile
  • Note: There is level access from the rear with a lift to underground parking
  • Important note for ultimate thrill seekers: If intending to ride Europe’s longest zip wire “Velocity” or any of the “Zip World” rides then please ensure you book well in advance as you’re highly unlikely to be able to book whilst on holiday.

About the location

RHOS-ON-SEA

Colwyn Bay 2 miles; Llandudno 4 miles; Betws-y-Coed 18 miles.

In a nutshell. Small is beautiful in this charming seaside town located between big brothers Llandudno and Colwyn Bay. If only all seaside towns could be like this – neat, pristine and peaceful. The long seafront walkway from Colwyn Bay takes in Rhos-on-Sea’s breakwater, where a little harbour has an atmosphere reminiscent of a West Wales coastal village. It’s not just the traditional promenade and lungful’s of salty sea air that attract walkers. Start your exploration from the tiny, roughly vaulted St Trillo’s Chapel at Rhos Point. Standing on the site of an ancient healing well, it’s the smallest church in Britain, seating only six. St Trillo’s is one of 26 historic sites on the circular Rhos-on-Sea heritage trail which also takes in the remains of Bryn Euryn, a 5th-century hillfort with airy views. The ‘small is beautiful’ theme continues at the delightful Harlequin puppet theatre perhaps Rhos’s greatest claim to fame. Founded in 1958, it’s Britain’s premier marionette theatre, the first and only venue designed and built for puppets. Others might claim that Rhos-on-Sea is more famous for its role in the discovery of America. We’re taught that Christopher Columbus got there first, in 1492. But another version of history states that a Welshman, Prince Madoc, arrived 300 years earlier after setting sail from Rhos-on-Sea. As befits a small-scale town, Rhos-on-Sea is a friendly kind of place with interesting little shops you’ll not find elsewhere. Sailing, swimming and sea-fishing are popular, and cyclists can follow a track that stretches for miles down the coast. Rhos-on-Sea Golf club is – as you would expect – friendly too. This 18-hole parkland course with superb sea views is billed as being ‘at the forefront – and on the seafront – of golfing in North Wales’. Founded in 1958, it’s Britain’s premier marionette theatre, the first and only venue designed and built for puppets. Others might claim that Rhos-on-Sea is more famous for its role in the discovery of America. We’re taught that Christopher Columbus got there first, in 1492. But another version of history states that a Welshman, Prince Madoc, arrived 300 years earlier after setting sail from Rhos-on-Sea. As befits a small-scale town, Rhos-on-Sea is a friendly kind of place with interesting little shops you’ll not find elsewhere. Sailing, swimming and sea-fishing are popular, and cyclists can follow a track that stretches for miles down the coast Rhos on Sea Golf club is – as you would expect – friendly too. This 18-hole parkland course with superb sea views is billed as being ‘at the forefront – and on the seafront – of golfing in North Wales’.

Region Information

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
  • Last minute
  • Christmas
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