The owners of Sea Haven have taken a great deal of care to ensure that this family-friendly property is bright and airy as well as stylish and well-appointed. You’ll enjoy views of both the castle and the sea from an upstairs bedroom - there can’t be many bedrooms in the UK that can boast that! Conwy’s medieval cobbled streets are a delight explore, giving way to small squares and hidden churches. A walk down to the small, historic quayside, where fishermen still hand-rake mussels from the Conwy estuary, is a particular delight. If you do manage to leave Conwy, you’re spoilt for choice for places to visit. Llandudno, Betws-y-Coed, Snowdonia National Park and even Anglesey’s stunning coastline are all easy to reach from here. Bedrooms: Two bedrooms. One double on the first floor and one twin room located on the top floor. This bedroom is open plan from stairs leading up from a first floor snug. Bathrooms: 1 bathroom with mixer shower cubicle, WC and basin. Kitchen: Fitted kitchen with electric oven and hob, fridge with freezer section and microwave. Sitting Room: Open plan with the dining area. Comfy seating for all guests, smart TV and DVD player. Dining: Open plan dining area with sitting room. Dining table for four guests. Garden: There is a small patio space outside at the back of the house leading from the kitchen. Heating: The house has gas central heating with an additional electric heater in the kitchen. Parking: Guests can expect to park right outside the house. Although this is not private parking, the general understanding of residents in Conwy is that people stick to parking outside their own house and not in front of others'. Failing that, there are three pay car parks found within 5 minutes’ walk of the house.
Size: 53 m2.
Amenities: 2 x TV, cooking hob, oven, microwave, toaster, fridge, freezer, High Chairs, Towels, Private parking, Bed Linen, Pets are welcome, Seaview, Heating, Wireless Internet, Patio, kettle;
Bathroom: toilet, shower;
Bedroom: double bed;
Bedroom: 2 x single bed;