This super family holiday home is ideally located in the popular seaside town of Llandudno, just 500 yards from the beach.
Step to entrance.
Living room: With electric coal-effect fire, 32" Freesat TV with Netflix and wooden floor.
Dining room: With patio doors leading to garden.
Kitchen: With gas cooker, microwave, fridge, freezer and dishwasher.
Utility room: With washing machine.
Bedroom 1: With double bed.
Bedroom 2: With twin beds.
Bedroom 3: With single bed.
Bathroom: With bath, shower cubicle and toilet.
Gas central heating, gas, electricity, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. Travel cot and highchair available on request. Large enclosed lawned garden with sitting-out area, garden furniture and BBQ. Private parking for 1 car; additional on road parking. No smoking.
In a quiet location at the Craig-y-Don end of Victorian Llandudno, tucked away in a cul-de-sac, you’ll find The Nook, yet it’s only a few minutes’ walk from the shops at Craig-y-Don, and the North Shore promenade and beach. It’s a lovely semi-detached property with a huge rear garden for al fresco dining. The owner has given the bedrooms great names and even the bathroom is called The Paddling Pool!
There’s a children’s play area and park nearby, and Llandudno town centre is a mile away, indeed you can stroll along the promenade to it. It’s also very convenient for Venue Cymru theatre and conference centre, which offers entertainment all year round, and you might even be lucky enough to catch a West End show in town. Apart from a wide range of shops and eateries, Llandudno is also famous for the Great Orme, a limestone headland that juts dramatically out into the Irish Sea and rises to 679ft above sea level. Here you will find the unique Great Orme Tramway and the UK’s longest cable car ride, both offering scenic routes to the summit. There’s also the Bronze Age copper mines which are well worth a visit.
To the east is Colwyn Bay where you’ll find the Welsh Mountain Zoo, and to the west is the historic walled town of Conwy and its mighty Edward I castle, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Here you can also explore the merchants houses of Plas Mawr (Cadw) and the National Trust’s Aberconwy House, or take a boat trip out into the Conwy Estuary. To the south, in the Conwy Valley are the beautiful National Trust gardens at Bodnant offering floral abundance all year round, whilst one of Wales’ newest attractions, Surf Snowdonia, is just across the river. Here you can catch a wave or just a coffee whilst watching all the surfing action. Further south is the market town of Llanrwst, and the pretty village of Betws-y-Coed, the Gateway to the Snowdonia National Park. Beach 500 yards. Shop 200 yards, pub and restaurant 250 yards.