Lavender Cottage is nestled equidistant to Abergele and Colwyn Bay, near the beautiful North Wales coastline.
With a beautifully presented interior and an ideal location for exploring all the region has to offer, this end-terrace offers the quality break you have been waiting for.
Feel welcomed by the luxuries of the lounge.
Plush sofas are surrounded by soothing hues and fresh, modern fixtures.
Natural oak laminate sweeps across the floor, whilst down lights can be adjusted in-keeping with the mood.
Use the dining area for mealtimes set in one corner of the room and cosy together after dinner in front of the glow from the woodburner.
The kitchen boasts a contemporary design, playing host to cream wall and base units offset with black granite worktops.
A shower room also rests on the ground floor, with a large walk-in shower fixture and glamorous fittings getting you through each morning and evening.
Upstairs, an adult bunk room is accompanied by a master double, which leads out onto a sunny balcony.
Lounge on the quality rattan furnishings and ooze in the coastal atmosphere with a refreshing beverage.
This small village offers a local pub serving good food, a convenience store and access to a wide variety of attractions in the surrounding area.
Llysfaen is located on the southern slopes of Mynydd Marian with lovely walks, superb views over the coast and wildlife to explore.
There are more shops and pubs at Llanddulas, whilst Colwyn Bay has the Welsh Mountain Zoo and Eirias Park.
Further afield are the seaside delights of Llandudno.
A wonderful base to choose for that long-awaited break with your loved ones.
About the location
Abergele 3.7 miles; Colwyn Bay 3.2 miles
This small village in Conwy County overlooks the north coast of Wales on the southern slopes of Mynydd Marian, a Site of Special Scientific Interest. Its neighbouring villages include Old Colwyn, Llanddulas and Betwy-yn-Rhos. It has a small number of facilities including a primary school, a convenience store and village hall. The Mynydd Marian Nature Reserve forms part of a range of low limestone hills, with the highest point boasting remarkable views stretching across the Irish Sea. As well as its limestone grassland, you may be lucky enough to spot a rare form of the silver-studded blue butterfly. Nearby, Llanddulas offers shops, pubs and a large beach with a cycle track. The colourful town of Colwyn Bay boasts plenty more attractions, including sandy beaches, a promenade, a large park with a skateboard section, a leisure centre and bowling green, the Welsh Mountain Zoo, Eirias Park, along with many shops, pubs and restaurants. Abergele is positioned between the Vale of Clwyd and the Conwy Valley, perfect for avid walkers and cyclists. Overlooking this town is the inspiring Gwrych Castle, a grade I listed country house offering a rich history and 250 acres of gardens waiting to be discovered. This is the ideal touring base for exploring North Wales.
Note: Stairs are slightly steeper due to the age of the property. Note: Low archway leading from bathroom, mind your head.