Ty Penry Holiday Cottage

Accommodation, Self Catering in Conwy County

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Ty Penry Holiday Cottage

Accommodation

Welcome to Ty Penry, ideally located on the flat in a quiet residential area of LLandudno yet only yards from the Town Centre and the beach, this cosy house has everything you need for a relaxing holiday. Llandudno, known as the Queen of Welsh resorts with it's sweeping promenade and longest pier in Wales is a traditional Victorian seaside resort.

The cottage is set out over 3 floors. On the ground floor there is a large lounge/dining room with comfortable sofa and chairs with a modern electric fire, 32′ LCD TV and DVD player. The dining area seats six people comfortably around a round table.

The kitchen is well equipped with all modern amenities including a dishwasher.

The first floor has two good sized double rooms and the spacious family bathroom has a bath, seperate double shower, toilet and hand basin.

The second floor leads to the spacious twin-bedded room suitable for adults or children.

There is a small courtyard at the rear of the cottage with a table and chairs to sit, relax and enjoy the afternoon and evening sun partaking of a glass or two. Off the courtyard is a utility room with a toilet, hand wash basin, washing machine, tumble dryer and freezer. There is also another storage room which is suitable for storing bikes.

landudno is a popular resort which has something to offer all age groups from traditional Punch and Judy on the beach to a night at the Opera.

PLEASE NOTE
- Only 3 children can be accommodated.
- Minimum 4 night stay may be considered out of season.
- Street Parking.
- Debit or Credit cards are accepted. Charges do apply.

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Location

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Nearby Attractions

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The Homefront Museum

In this unique living history museum, take a self guided tour and explore 6 years of war on the home front captured in shops, room displays and tableaux.

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Llandudno Monkey Man

One of Llandudno’s most recognisable residents is marrying his “soulmate”, and wants the whole town and his fans from across the world to join in the celebrations.

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Wales National Trust Wales

Only one attraction in Wales covers one fifth of the coastline, 11 of the 15 tallest peaks, 45,000 hectares of stunning landscape and includes castles, gardens

Nearby Eating Out

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White Tower Greek Restaurant

The elegant seaside town of Llandudno attracts many visitors all year through, with a lovely clean beach and terrific shops bustling with life, and tucked away is a fantastic,

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The Cottage Loaf

The Cottage Loaf has all the character, charm and looks of a traditional village inn, rather oddly though you'll find it nestled down a back street in the centre of Llandudno…

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The Ham Bone Food Hall & Brasserie

Henry Ainsworth moved to Llandudno from Liverpool before WWII. Henry sold newspapers on the corner of Mostyn Street, yards from the Ham Bone food hall. A picture of Henry hangs in the Ham