A beautifully presented, detached, coastal cottage in the popular Victorian seaside town of Llandudno in North Wales.
Set in a magnificent position directly opposite the beach, with uninterrupted sea views overlooking Puffin Island and the distant shore of Anglesey, Farsite is an ideal place to enjoy a wonderful seaside holiday.
On entering the cottage there is a porch, making a good place to store boots and coats leading into a large hallway.
The modern, well-presented kitchen has a good-sized dining table and chairs, a place to sit and enjoy some home-cooked meals whilst admiring glorious views of Conwy Mountain and the sea shore.
The bright, tasteful sitting room has stylish sofas with a large bay window giving spectacular sea views, so after a busy day exploring, settle down for the night in this peaceful seaside environment.
There is a large bedroom on the ground floor, with a shower room and separate WC, and two good sized bedrooms upstairs with sea views as well as a family bathroom.
The high quality beds and delightful crisp white Laura Ashley bedding will ensure a good night’s sleep, and for added flexibility if two ground floor bedrooms are required, this can be arranged by prior notice, and one of the first floor bedrooms will not be used.
To the front of the cottage is a good-sized lawned garden making an ideal place for some family games and an elevated decked area with furniture, provides an enchanting place for some alfresco dining or even just to relax and enjoy the sea views, in particular the glorious sunsets.
Directly opposite the cottage is the beach, where you can launch a canoe or even try your hand at kitesurfing, and should you happen to have your own surfboard or canoe there is space to store it at the cottage.
A miniature railway, children's playground and miniature golf are sited at the opposite ends of the parade, near enough to walk to but far enough away so as not to disrupt the peace of the area.
There are many walks from the cottage, up to and around the Great Orme, but for the more energetic, it is possible to walk or cycle from the cottage along the shoreline cycle path to Deganwy and the picturesque town of Conwy with its medieval castle and picturesque harbour.
A short, level walk takes you into the centre of Llandudno with its Victorian pier and long promenade, array of shops and good selection of restaurants.
If your holiday is more about taking it easy then enjoy riding the cable car or Great Orme Tramway to the summit, or take a leisurely tour of LLandudno on the open top bus or the little Land Train which stops 5 minutes away from the cottage.
Further afield will take you to the Isle of Anglesey, or Snowdonia National Park and the Llyn Peninsula which are all within easy reach offering endless opportunities for exciting days out.
Whatever you decide to do, this attractive and welcoming cottage provides an ideal base to enjoy the delights of North Wales at any time of year.