Crows Nest Hall is situated to the rear of the walled town of Conwy, a town full of historical form, from its restored castle to the walls (that you can walk), to its quaint shopping streets and shops.
Further in the distance down the pass, you can see the town of Llandudno, noted for its sandy beaches and wonderful shopping.
Set on high, Crows Nest enjoys the most wonderful views of the Conwy Mountain; the road that tracks the properties boundary is the start of the Snowdonia National Park, so from Crows Nest Hall you can enjoy everything that North Wales has to offer - the mountains, the coast and sandy beaches, the quaint villages and gardens, from walkers to sailors, golfers, families, this could be the perfect location for you and/or group.
Set within 4 acres of private grounds with space for everybody, inside and out of the Hall to relax and enjoy.
Winter or summer this place has a magic you cant describe!.
Inglenook fireplace lounge.
Peace and quiet but not too far out.
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Disabled Facilities: No. One of the bedrooms is on the ground floor with no steps, however there are no special set ups for the disabled so would suite partially disabled or elderly
Linen Provided: Yes.
Pets Allowed: Yes. 1 dog only ( sorry)
Central Heating: Yes.
Open Fire: Yes. Fuel type: Wood
Smoking Allowed: No.
Outdoor Facilities: Yes. 3 acres of garden including a lake, woodland area and lawns, overlooking the Conwy Mountain and down the Pass to Llandudno
Local Services: Not many, ive been told that a bus passes the Hall twice a day, but ive never seen it, however Conwy is only 1.5 miles away, mainly down hill
Once you have reached Conwy, if driving:
Go past the train station on your left, you will hit a cobbled section of road, turn left just past the police station on your right.
Stay on this road for 1.5 miles and you will enter the Snowdonia Park; you will know because you have just driven over a cattle grid. 200yds on take the private road on your left and you will see the stone and rendered gates to Crows Nest Hall.