Llandudno 3 miles.
A delightful, Grade II listed 18th century single-storey cottage, set in an elevated location on a quiet lane above Penrhynside, with stunning views over Penrhyn Bay.
This Llandudno cottage is a superb retreat for romantic getaways and activity breaks in North Wales.
Set next to the owners' home, this Llandudno cottage offers peace and tranquillity from the moment you arrive, with a spacious bedroom with exposed beams and a super king-size bed.
The sitting room continues the traditional character of this Llandudno cottage, with exposed beams and stone wall, and a woodburner to keep you warm in the evening after a long walk along the coast.
The fitted kitchen is well equipped and offers seating at a breakfast bar from which to enjoy the sea views.
Outside there is a sun-soaked patio area overlooking the valley, and to the rear of this Llandudno cottage the owners have a secret oasis garden of half an acre, which they are happy to share with guests.
Accessible hilltop walks can be enjoyed from the doorstep of this Llandudno cottage, with beautiful views from the top over Llandudno and Conwy bays, Snowdonia, Anglesey, and even the Isle of Man on a clear day.
This is a superb, quiet Llandudno cottage getaway, yet only a short stroll to two CAMRA award-winning pubs in the centre of Penrhynside, making it an ideal location to enjoy any time of the year.
About the location
Conwy 4 miles.
Llandudno lies between two headlands, the Great Orme and the Little Orme and it is these headlands, and the town's two waterfronts, that give this tourist resort its special appeal. The town offers two superb beaches - the North Shore, with its wide promenade backed by an imposing crescent of Victorian hotels and the quieter West Shore with miles of sandy shoreline backed by sand dunes and superb views towards Anglesey. For the best views, however, you can reach the summit of the 679ft Great Orme using either the Great Orme Tramway or by taking an exciting cable car ride of over a mile. The town has an excellent selection of shops, pubs, restaurants and cafés, as well as Venue Cymru, which is North Wales' premier theatrical stage for opera, ballet, musicals, comedy and visiting orchestras, boasting a programme that is second to none - all this is just a stone's throw from the promenade. Just 4 miles away is the town of Conwy - a designated World Heritage Site. A true medieval gem, Conwy is dominated by a splendid castle and completely enclosed by its well-preserved town walls. Discover miles of sandy beaches along the North Wales coast and excellent walking and climbing in the Snowdonia National Park just 20 minutes' drive away - there's plenty to see and do!