A traditional semi-detached cottage set close to the village of Penmaenmawr, less than 5 miles from the historic castle town of Conwy.
Set in an elevated position with fantastic sea views as well as views to the Great Orme, making this a wonderful place for families or get-togethers with groups of friends.
On entering the property you arrive in a spacious hallway with a downstairs cloakroom.
There is a well-equipped kitchen with everything needed to prepare some lovely home-cooked meals.
There is a spacious sitting room with plenty of comfy sofas as well as a good-sized dining table and chairs.
To the outside is an enclosed courtyard to the rear, making a good place for letting the pets out to stretch their legs.
To the front is an alternative area with furniture, making a great place for some alfresco dining.
A short walk takes you into the village itself which is home to many local pubs, restaurants and shops, a superb golf course and golden, sandy beaches.
The famous Fairy Glen waterfall is easily reached on foot via the North Wales Path which runs past the property, and the Wales Coast Path passes within quarter of a mile, leading to sandy beaches, cycle paths, walks to Conwy and Bangor, and numerous sailing and watersports opportunities.
There is an abundance of activities in the area including the High Ropes tree adventure centre, Zip World with the longest zip-wire in Europe and Bounce Below with its underground trampolines stretched over former slate caverns.
Set in a wonderful setting, this is a great place for a good holiday at any time of the year.
Three bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x twin with sofa bed, 1 x single. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Ground floor basin and WC. Kitchen. Sitting room with dining area.
About the location
Conwy 5 miles.
Nestled on the North Wales coast between Llanfairfechan and Conwy, Penmaenmawr is an old quarrying town now adapted into a delightful community stretching along this stunning coastline, yet retaining much of its Victorian architecture, with many local pubs, restaurants and shops, a superb golf course and golden, sandy beaches. Set on the side of the Tal-Y-Fan mountain, many parts of Penmaenmawr and its sister village Dwygyfylchi enjoy stunning views across Conwy Bay to Llandudno, Puffin Island, Anglesey and the Irish Sea, and if you are lucky, dolphins and seals can sometimes been see playing in the bay. A recently opened cycle path leads along the coastal path to Conwy Marina to the East, and Llanfairfechan to the west. Or, head up the Conwy valley through the Sychnant Pass on to the mountain trails that abound there. The sailing club in Penmaenmawr is well established and welcomes day guests, as does the 9 hole golf course, set amongst stunning coastal scenery on the lower slopes of the village. On the promenade you will find numerous activities such as a skate park, a children's paddling pool as well as a beach cafe which is open most of the year. There are also beach huts on the promemade that you can hire by the day. Also near to the beach is a bowling green and all weather tennis courts.