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Self Catering Holidays in Llandudno – Craiglwyd Bach

Self Catering Holidays in Llandudno

Self Catering Holidays in Llandudno

Craiglwyd Bach

Bryn Gwynt Lane



Conwy LL30 3DA

Self Catering Holidays in Llandudno

Llandudno is only 3 miles away. A delightful, Grade II listed 18th century single-storey cottage, set in an elevated location on a quiet lane above Penrhynside, with stunning views over Penrhyn Bay.

This Llandudno cottage is a superb retreat for romantic getaways and activity breaks in North Wales. Set next to the owners’ home, Craiglwyd Bach cottage offers peace and tranquillity from the moment you arrive.

A spacious bedroom with exposed beams and a super king-size bed. The sitting room continues the traditional character of this Llandudno cottage, with exposed beams and stone wall, and a woodburner to keep you warm in the evening after a long walk along the coast. 

The fitted kitchen is well equipped and offers seating at a breakfast bar from which to enjoy the sea views. 

All ground floor. One super king-size double bedroom. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Fitted kitchen with breakfast bar. Sitting room with dining area and woodburner.

Llandudno is Wales largest seaside resort. The town is strategically located between two headlands; the little Orme and the Great Orme.

These two headlands, together with the towns two waterfronts, give the town a distinctive appeal that is unlike any other. Llandudno town offers numerous activities which cater to different tastes and preferences.

You can go for a ride aboard the only cable hauled tramway in Britain, have a picnic at an award-winning beach, or enjoy the scenery as you take a ride on Britains longest passenger cable car.

On quiet days, take a walk along Llandudno Pier, Wales longest pier, or visit Wales top art gallery, the redbrick Victorian frontage of Mostyn. Snowdonia National Park is a 20-minute drive away and offers excellent trails for walking and cycling. The town of Conwy, which is a World Heritage Site, is located just 4 miles away from the Llandudno coastal cottage. A grand medieval castle looms over the town and well-preserved town walls completely enclose it. Llandudno town has many superb shops, restaurants, cafes, and pubs. Take a short break from your busy schedule and visit Llandudno town. You will certainly enjoy the many things this town has to offer.

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