Just 300 yards from a beach and 2 miles from Llandudno, this apartment is a great base for a coastal holiday in North Wales.
Utility room: With washing machine.
Bedroom 1: With double bed and patio door leading to patio.
Bedroom 2: With twin beds.
Bathroom: With bath, shower cubicle and toilet.
Open-tread stairs to...
Open plan living space.
Living area: With 32" Freeview TV.
Kitchen area: With electric oven, electric hob, microwave and fridge/freezer.
Gas central heating, electricity, bed linen and towels included. Patio with garden furniture. Lawned garden (shared with other apartments on-site). 1 dog welcome, to be kept on a lead at all times. Private parking for 2 cars. No smoking. Please note: A railway line passes the end of the garden.
This lovely ’upside down’ holiday apartment is ideally situated in a fantastic location overlooking a golf course, with great views out to the sea beyond, and glimpses of both the Great Orme and Conwy to be had. As its west facing, its a great place to sit with a glass or two of wine watching the sun go down. There is a really spacious upstairs living room and well-equipped kitchen, perfect for preparing a meal, or, if you prefer to eat out, there’s a good selection of restaurants within strolling distance in Deganwy. The beach is just a few hundred yards away over the footbridge across the railway, and is right at the mouth of the Conwy Estuary so has wonderful views. This property is part of the select Deganwy Beach development, and you will find your own patio within the shared grounds outside the main bedroom.
Being so close to Llandudno makes this a great place to stay. There is the Great Orme’s Headland which is 679ft high and juts out into the Irish Sea, and offers the UK’s longest cable car ride and the famous Great Orme Tramway. Explore the Great Orme Mines, or take a scenic drive round the Marine Drive toll road with unrivalled sea views. There is also a full range of facilities for shopaholics, plus a great selection of eateries throughout the town centre. Oh, and you will find Wales’ longest pier here too!
In the other direction is historic Conwy, home to the imposing Conwy Castle and town walls built by Edward I and now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. From Conwy you can take a boat trip out onto the estuary for a different perspective of the area. If you don’t have a car, getting around is easy with both buses and trains within walking distance. In fact, you can catch a train from Deganwy station along the Conwy Valley line to picturesque Betws-y-Coed, gateway to the Snowdonia National Park, and Blaenau Ffestiniog. Here, you can either change to a steam train on the Ffestiniog Railway for the magical journey down to the sea at Porthmadog, or visit Zip World, the largest zip wire zone in the world, and Bounce Below, where the whole family can bounce on trampoline nets deep underground in an old slate cavern!. Also in the Conwy Valley is Surf Snowdonia where you can catch a wave, or just a coffee, at the UK’s only artificial surfing lagoon, another first for North Wales! On the other side of the valley is the National Trust’s beautiful garden at Bodnant, which is well worth a visit at any time of year, but particularly stunning in May and June when the Laburnum Arch is in flower. Beach 300 yards. Shop, pub and restaurant ¼ mile.