This traditional 1930s period property is situated on a quiet side road, close to the centre of Rhos-on-Sea, and three minutes’ flat walk from the beach and promenade that stretches along the picturesque North Wales Coast.
The pretty semi-detached property has been divided into two apartments, with the owners' occupying the first floor, and the ground floor being converted into a cosy one bedroom self-contained flat, ideal for couples wanting to getaway for a seaside break.
The apartment is accessed from a shared driveway by foot only, bordered by raised vegetable planters, through its own private front door.
The porch and hallway make a great focal point with original floor tiles, wooden parquet flooring, period furnishings and spacious proportions that are repeated throughout the property.
The pretty bedroom is furnished with two single beds making flexible accommodation for a couple or two friends.
The sitting room is bright and airy with a lead light bay window looking out onto an elevated and well-kept front lawn with mature shrubs, seating areas and trees beyond.
The kitchen and dining table create a delightful relaxing area for cosy meals, and the private rear patio offers a secluded area to sit and unwind with a refreshing drink whilst enjoying the sun and the sounds of the sea.
Rhos-on-Sea is a friendly town with a promenade, and interesting little shops and cafes, scattered along the seafront.
Sailing, swimming and sea-fishing are popular activities in the resort and there is a cycle route that stretches for miles down the coast.
Enthusiastic walkers can walk Conwy Mountain or take the short drive to climb in the Snowdonia Mountains.
The beautiful Victorian seaside resort of Llandudno, is a short drive away and with so much to see and do, it’s the perfect place to spend a day or two.
This is a lovely apartment ideal for a coastal getaway all year long.
About the location
Colwyn Bay 2 miles; Llandudno 4 miles; Betws-y-Coed 18 miles.
The elegant seaside resort of Rhos-on-Sea is a coastal town in North Wales. With its picturesque harbour and relaxed atmosphere, it is the ideal location for a peaceful holiday. Situated in the shadow of the towering Bryn Euryn, with Penrhyn Bay to the west and Colwyn Bay to the east, there is plenty to keep everybody occupied. Energetic visitors can climb the 365 feet of Bryn Euryn and discover the fascinating hill fort 'Dinerth' at the top, while those who prefer a more relaxed walk can stroll along the promenade, taking in the beautiful surroundings overlooking the Irish Sea. Spend a day on the beach at Colwyn Bay, enjoying the abundance of water sports available at Port Eirias, where boats, kayaks and windsurfers can be hired. Take a boat trip out to spot seals, porpoises and dolphins, or enjoy a round of golf at Rhos-on-Sea's golf club. With lots to do close by, and beautiful Conwy Castle and the Victorian seaside town of Llandudno within a short drive, there is never a shortage of things to do in Rhos-on-Sea.
Note: Adults only, no children.