This lovely 200 year old ex-fisherman's cottage is small but perfectly formed, a perfect size for a couple, with a very well equipped, light and airy kitchen. A double bedroom, Shower Room, and a Lounge with a feature original Welsh Stone curved wall.
With gas central heating throughout and a gas fire in the lounge for an additional boost, this cottage is warm and cosy all year round.
We provide all linen, fridge freezer, microwave, gas oven. There is a TV and DVD player in the lounge, plus of course the all important WiFi.
The cottage is situated alongside our garden and the wall separating the cottage has pots and baskets with seasonal plants and flowers. The outlook is south towards the Snowdonia range of mountains, and we are situated immediately off the A55 which is the main route through North Wales: This gives very easy access to the road network whichever direction you wish to explore.
The village, Llanfairfechan, is a typical Welsh seaside village. We have a Spar and a Co-op, a handful of pubs, some serving food, takeaway, an award winning butcher, a couple of cafes on the seafront. The cottage is literally just a few seconds walk from a lovely sandy beach and the Promenade, where you can wander along past a small lake with nesting swans, onto the salt flats where you may find many unusual birds.
A 15 minute drive, if you want to venture out, will take you to Llandudno, Conwy, Colwyn Bay, Bangor, or the bridge across to the Island of Anglesey. Llanberis with it's lovely lake and Mountain Railway is about half an hour away.
You are welcome to bring your well behaved dog with you. If you do so, we ask that you don't leave him alone in the cottage at any time, as they tend to make quite a bit of noise and this upsets our own dogs. It's useful if you bring your own doggy bowls, and a few throws to protect our furniture from those sandy paws that are inevitable here!
Our garden is not accessible from the cottage, it is fenced off for our dogs to use. There is a concrete path outside the cottage that is secure but your dog must be taken out for toileting. There is a big grassy area just before the sea wall and the beach, less than a minute away. If you look at Llanfairfechan beach on google earth, the small section of beach in between the two jetty’s to the right of the pavilion, is designated Dog free from 1st May to 30th September. However the rest of the beach is dog friendly all year- look at the huge expanse of sand to the left of the pavilion. Our dogs love chasing a ball on there !