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County Conwy, situated in north Wales, has a stretch of coastline that includes the iconic coastal resorts of Llandudno, Colwyn Bay and Rhyl. In fact when you take a holiday cottage in County Conwy they are either on the coast or close by the coast and very handily placed for day trips to Anglesey, the Llyn Peninsula and Snowdonia; providing for the most perfect holiday in north Wales.

With an abundance of unspoiled natural beauty visitors can relax in unrivalled tranquility. Thanks to a close proximity to Snowdonia it's immensely popular with those that love the outdoors and its coastal location makes it equally well suited for those looking for great family seaside holidays.

Llandudno has been a popular coastal resort since Victorian times with its famous promenade, long pier (the longest in Wales) and elegant seafront architecture, which has largely remained unchanged over the decades. Its combination of having an excellent location and lots of things to do and see provides for the perfect family holiday by the sea.

Just a short distance along the coast is Colwyn Bay, which again proved a very popular seaside resort with the Victorians, as it is today. The seafront has undergone considerable investment with watersports center, shops and bistro providing excellent facilities to holidaymakers.

Although you'd be forgiven for choosing to simply relax on your break, there's plenty more to see and do.

Conwy Castle is probably the most notable testament to the region's rich and colourful history. Thanks to a dramatic backdrop of Snowdonia, and a well-preserved façade, it offers a truly atmospheric visitor experience and a remarkable recreation of what life must have been like in medieval Conwy. Further scenic explorations of the town's history can be found at the medieval walls and thanks to a lofty position they offer incredible views of the town, mountains and sea.

More of the town's architectural wonders can be found at Plas Mawr and the fairly self-explanatory 'Smallest House in Britain'. The former is one of the UK's finest examples of Elizabethan architecture and the latter, standing at approximately three metres by two metres, is an incredibly small residence which was once owned by a fisherman, who was as tall as the house is wide, the property is now a popular tourist attraction.

Take a look at our selection of holiday cottages in County Conwy.

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Grade 3 Star rating
Sleeps
4
Bedrooms
2
Pets
1
Rose Cottage Ref: WN71

Set within what has been said to be one of the best-preserved medieval fortified towns in Britain, this delightful end-terrace holiday cottage enjoys a central position. Only 5 minutes walk from walled Conwy’s bustling harbour, it boasts a pretty interior that exudes romantic charm and there is use of a small patio garden. Betws-y-Coed and Rhyl are within an easy drive, with the sandy beaches of Conwy and Colwyn Bay nearby, Llandudno is just 4 miles away. A charming base from which to explore, it is close to the pony trekking trails of the beautiful Sychnant Pass. Shops and inns, 5 minutes walk.

Ground floor: Living/dining room with beams. Kitchen. First floor: 2 bedrooms: 1 double, 1 twin. Bathroom with toilet.

Gas central heating, electricity and bed linen included. Travel cot. High chair. Video. DVD. Electric cooker. Microwave. Dishwasher. Small patio garden and furniture. Barbecue. Parking (1 car). Welcome pack. Pet free of charge.

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£188-£587
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Grade 3 Star rating
Sleeps
4
Bedrooms
2
Pets
1
Seacot Ref: CC613034
Accessed by a flight of steps off the high street, this former fisherman’s cottage is one of the oldest buildings in Penmaenmawr. This cosy cottage features beams and being so centrally situated, it provides an ideal base for a family to explore the area. There’s a promenade and beach in the village itself, whilst nearby historic Conwy with its mighty castle, built by King Edward I, is well worth a visit. The merchants houses of Plas Mawr (Cadw) and Aberconwy House (NT) provide a fascinating insight into the town, whilst at the quay, fresh fish is landed daily. Victorian Llandudno features the Great Orme Tramway and the UK’s longest cable car ride, as well as a theatre and excellent shopping facilities. In the other direction, the Isle of Anglesey with its 125 miles of stunning coastline makes for a great day out.

Ground Floor: The property has gas central heating and comprises:
Lounge: With Freeview TV, DVD player and CD player.
Dining room: With electric wood burner.
Kitchen: With tiled floor, electric cooker, microwave and fridge/freezer.
Bathroom: With shower over bath, WC, basin and washing machine.
Narrow, open-tread and open sided staircase to...

First Floor: Bedroom 1: With double bed.
Bedroom 2: With two 2ft 6in beds (for children).
Cloakroom: With WC.

All gas, electric, bed linen and towels included. Travel cot and highchair available on request.

Courtyard area with furniture. 1 pet welcome. Parking for 2 cars. Please note: there are multiple steps around the property.

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£260-£410
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Grade 4 Star rating
Sleeps
7
Bedrooms
3
Pets
1
Glan Afon Cottage Ref: W8816

Walker’s paradise

Situated in a delightful village in the national park, surrounded by picturesque hills with wonderful walks to stunning panoramic views of Conwy Bay and Anglesey. This charming semi-detached holiday home combines original character with modern, contemporary style furniture and decoration, and includes a large American freezer in the kitchen. Unwind walking the famous Jubilee Walk or Sychnant Pass, then dine al fresco in the pretty cottage garden or stroll to the excellent pub/restaurant only 300 yards away. Enjoy Conwy Castle, harbour, golf course, horse riding, magnificent beaches, a dry ski slope, Bodnant Gardens, Mount Snowdon and Portmeirion Italianate village. Shop 1 mile, pub and restaurant 300 yards.

Ground floor: Living room with single folding bed and beams. Dining room/kitchen with patio door. Conservatory with patio door. Utility room. Cloakroom with toilet. First floor: 3 bedrooms: 1 double, wooden floor and en-suite shower room with toilet, 1 double with additional single and beams, 1 single. Bathroom with shower over bath and toilet.

Woodburner in living room (initial fuel included). Gas central heating and gas (£25per week, £15 per short break). Electricity and bed linen included. Travel cot. Satellite TV. Video and small library. DVD and small library. Stereo/CD. Gas hob. Electric oven. Microwave. Washing machine. Tumble dryer. Dishwasher. Freezer. Enclosed lawned garden with patio and furniture. Portable barbecue. Parking (2 cars). No smoking.

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£276-£969
Shortlist
Grade 4 Star rating
Sleeps
8
Bedrooms
3
Pets
3
Bali Hai Ref: HW7800

Ideally located for enjoying the lovely beaches of the North Wales coast and the spectacular mountain scenery of the Snowdonia National Park. This intriguing, large detached holiday property commands stunning sea views from its first floor sitting room, balcony and hot tub, which is perfect for relaxing, following a busy days exploring. Sitting high above the seaside town of Llanfairfechan, the cottage is ideally located for mountaineering, cycling or just relaxing on the beach. A host of extreme sports are offered in the area or, alternatively, there are several National Trust properties to visit, along with bird watching and sea fishing, or stay in and use our games room for a game of pool, darts or play the Xbox. Bangor and Llandudno are 10 minutes’ drive. Shop, pub and restaurant 0.5 miles.

Ground floor: 1 twin bedroom with additional sofa bed, en-suite shower room and toilet. Games room. Utility room with sauna. Separate toilet. First floor: Living room with sofa bed. Dining room. Kitchen. 2 bedrooms: 1 double with sofa bed, 1 twin (2ft 6in for children). Bathroom with shower over bath and toilet. Please note maximum occupancy is for 8 guests.

Woodburner in games room (initial fuel inc). Living-flame fire in living room inc. Gas CH, gas, elec, bed linen and towels inc. T/cot. H/chair. Four Freeview TVs. DVDs. CDs. iPod dock. Gas cooker. M/wave. W/machine. T/dryer. D/washer. F/freezer. Wi-fi. Patio with furniture. BBQ. Ample parking. Hot tub. Sauna. Games room with pool table, darts, X-box 360 and Wii fit with small library. No smoking.

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£411-£1059
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Grade 5 Star rating
Sleeps
20
Bedrooms
10
Pets
0
The Towers Ref: OTR

The Towers is a substantial harbour master’s mansion (for a harbour that was never made), and was built by John Platt in 1872. On a grand scale of over 5000 square feet, in a Gothic chateau style, it has been refurbished to an excellent standard. Located yards from the beach, this detached property boasts flexible holiday accommodation including a fine cinema room with a beautiful hand painted domed ceiling, dining room with seating for 20 people, beach room, library and games room. There is also a large kitchen with breakfast room, ten bedrooms and living room. Of particular note is the superb Balinese bedroom with its ornate beamed and Hessian ceiling which like many rooms, including the fantastic lantern tower, benefits from magnificent views across to the Isle of Anglesey and Puffin Island. The lawned garden has an attractive ornamental pond with a Japanese three-tier fountain surrounded by a 9-hole putting green. The driveway extends to the rear of the property where there is a further garden area and small orchard and parking for 10 vehicles.
The walled town of Conwy lies close by between Llandudno and Bangor, and with the West Coast train line passing through both towns, London is only 3 hours away. Conwy is home to an elegant 13th-century castle built by Edward I, as well as other buildings of note - such as the 14th-century timber and stone Aberconwy House (NT), the splendid Plas Mawr and what is reputed to be the smallest house in Britain. For art lovers, there is the Royal Cambrian Academy (where displays of Welsh artists’ work are shown during the annual summer exhibition). As well as being the major shopping town for the area, Llandudno is also home to Venue Cymru theatre which has a range of touring productions. The town also has two beaches and the famous views from the top of the Great Orme (679ft), jutting out into the Irish Sea, which can be explored by tramway, cable car or on foot. In the other direction is Ynys Môn (the Isle of Anglesey) with its 125 miles of coastline of fantastic beaches and rocky coves. For walkers, there are plenty of routes to explore - including The Cambrian Way which begins in Conwy, and winds its 274 miles to Cardiff, passing through some of Wales’ most wonderful upland scenery, and taking in the Carneddau, the Glyders, the Snowdon Massif, Cadair Idris and the Brecon Beacons. Bodnant Garden is a further attraction in the area for visitors, providing displays of rhododendrons and laburnum in May/June and other colour throughout the year. Horse riding nearby. Ideal for golf. Station 100 yards. Shops and pub ½ mile.

Large living room with open fire, cinema screen and hand painted domed ceiling. Large dining room. Large kitchen with breakfast room. Beach room. Library/games room. Two double bedrooms, one with four-poster bed. Bunk bedroom. Bathroom with shower cubicle and toilet. Two shower rooms and toilet. First floor: Five double bedrooms, one with four-poster bed and en-suite shower room with toilet, one with four-poster bed. Two twin bedrooms. Three shower rooms with toilet. Separate toilet.

  • Open fire - initial fuel included, thereafter available locally
  • Electricity and full gas central heating included (November-April £145 per week)
  • Bed linen and towels included
  • Cot
  • High chair
  • Satellite TV
  • TV with cinema system
  • DVD
  • Microwave
  • Washing machine
  • Two dishwashers
  • Fridge/freezer
  • Wi-fi
  • Large, enclosed, lawned garden with patio and furniture
  • Barbecue
  • Parking (for 10 cars)
  • Games room
  • Catering available by prior arrangement with owner
  • No smoking
  • Ground floor facilities
  • Friday to Friday
  • NB: Ornamental pond with fountain in garden

WAS
NOW
£1467-£5037
Shortlist
Grade 3 Star rating
Sleeps
5
Bedrooms
3
Pets
3
Waen Hyfryd Ref: W2447

Wonderful scenery

This pleasant end of terrace holiday cottage dating back to 1860 and with a mountain stream running through the garden, is situated on a hillside with magnificent views overlooking the village. A perfect base to enjoy the superb scenery of the Snowdonia National Park. Ideal for climbers, walkers, bikers and anglers. Beautiful Betws-y-Coed with lovely shops, restaurants, pubs and golf course is 5 miles. The Conwy Valley with world famous Bodnant Gardens (15 miles), leads to Victorian Llandudno, Conwy Castle (20 miles), Snowdon caverns, gold mines, Bala Lake and Capel Curig outdoor activity centre. Horse riding nearby. Shop and restaurant 4 miles, pub 0.5 miles.

Ground floor: Living room with beams. Dining room/kitchen. First floor: 3 bedrooms: 1 double, 1 twin, 1 single. Bathroom with shower over bath and toilet.

Gas central heating and electricity included (£25per week October-April). Bed linen included. Travel cot. High chair. Satellite TV. Video. DVD. Electric cooker. Microwave. Washer/dryer. Payphone. Lawned garden with patio and furniture. Portable barbecue. Parking (2 cars).

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£251-£543
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