Apartment 33 Deganwy Castle is a Grade II listed building located in the heart of Deganwy, Wales.
It is ideally located with an abundance of natural light flooding the rooms.
The apartment is on the first floor and opens up into an entrance hallway with steps leading into the spacious open-plan living room and dining area, with seating for up to four people.
The living room has a large sofa, facing the Flatscreen TV.
The vaulted ceiling with original exposed beams give the room a wonderful edge.
It is nice and light with many different sized windows, adding a quirky feel to the property.
The kitchen is well-equipped with added extras such as a dishwasher and washer/dryer for your ultimate comfort.
There is one large king-size bedroom with an en-suite shower room, and plenty of bedside cabinets.
The property has a minimal decor and its large windows and natural light are its main attractive feature.
There is off-road parking available for one car, located in a nearby car park.
The property has communal gardens which have been beautifully kept, with many lawned areas and plenty of places to sit and enjoy the wonderful views.
Nearby is Conwy Castle, a medieval fortification on the North coast of Wales.
It was built by Edward I, during his conquest of Wales between 1283 and 1289.
An impressively preserved 13th century estuary fortress with scenic batlement views and a gift shop, it is not to be missed.
Venture towards Conwy Town Walls, a medieval defensive structure built around the town in the 13th century by Edward I.
Why not visit the Great Omre?
A limestone headland which derives its name from the Old Norse word for sea serpent, It offers picturesque vistas, a cafe and playground.
Llandudno Pier is a Grade II listed pier in the seaside resort and is the longest in Wales.
Apartment 33 Deganwy Castle is ideal for a couple to enjoy the town and explore the local area.
About the location
Conwy 2 miles; Llandudno 3.5 miles.
The village of Deganwy, on the banks of the River Conwy at the mouth of the Estuary, is a very popular holiday destination. Deganwy has a marina, a small selection of shops, pubs and restaurants, and retains the ruins of Deganwy Castle, built in 1082 but later demolished. There is an abundance of activities to suit all interests on offer in this area; from sea fishing, walking and climbing in the Snowdonia range to enjoying the castles, mines, beaches and gardens of this beautiful stretch of the North Wales Coast. Deganwy is only a few miles from the holiday resorts of Conwy and Llandudno; Conwy boasts a medieval castle, town walls and a marina, plus winding streets which offer something for shoppers and diners alike. Llandudno was very popular during the Victorian era, and this is evident in the architecture and the very impressive promenade. The town also has a pier with family attractions, a theatre and for the more adventurous, a dry ski slope! Between Deganwy, Llandudno and Conwy, this area has so much to offer the entire family.