Recently renovated and beautifully furnished to a very high standard. Pebblestone Cottage is situated half way up the Great Orme, with spectacular views toward the bay and within walking distance to the country park.
Originally built for copper mine workers in the late 1800s, the famous Llandudno tramway runs opposite the cottage. Relax on the front bench and take in the views as you watch the Great Orme tram go trundling by.
An ideal location base to tour the North Wales coastline and Snowdonia National Park.
Families with young children most welcome. Cot, high chair and stair gate available. Utility room for the walking boots, umbrellas and push bikes.
Full central heating, wood burning stove, cottage kitchen with belfast sink and quarry tiled floor. Living room, Kitchen diner, full bathroom suite including overhead thermostatic shower, 3 bedrooms; 1 x double; 2 x single 1x extra blow up bed if needed for a little one! plus 1x cot for use in the double room.
Gas central heating, TV, CD, DVD, XBOX, WOOD BURNING STOVE.
Kettle, Toaster, Iron.
Single beds (2), Double beds (1), Cot (1), Single ready bed (1), Dining seating for 4, Highchair (1),
Lounge seating for 5
Linen provided, logs for the wood burner provided
Towels not provided.
Further details outdoors:
To the rear of the cottage there is a private enclosed pebblestone courtyard with seating area. Parking is available to the front of the property. Alternatively,you can park on the tram tracks when the trams are not in service.
The famous Llandudno tramway runs opposite the cottage.
Always Immaculately presented.
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Disabled Facilities: No.
Linen Provided: Yes. Linen provided
Towels not provided
Pets Allowed: No.
Central Heating: Yes. Fuel type: Gas
Open Fire: Yes. Fuel type: Wood
Smoking Allowed: No.
Outdoor Facilities: Yes. Enclosed pebblestone courtyard with seating area to the rear
Local Services: Wales' largest seaside resort is a great place to visit at any time of the year. Gardens and beaches. Irresistible shopping, bars and restaurants, world-class theatre, a great choice of attractions, and a packed calendar of events are just some of the things that make this town such a big hit with visitors. It is an area where people live and work, but also where thousands come to relax and enjoy a wide range of leisure activities.
Hop aboard the Great Orme tramway for a ride that has been thrilling young and old alike for over 100 years. It is Britain's only cable-hauled, public road tramway that still uses the original Victorian carriages.
Getting around Llandudno is quite compact and easily explored on foot. A car would be useful for exploring the North Wales countryside and Snowdonia.
How to find Llandudno
Llanduno is found on the North Coast of Wales close to Anglesey.
Take the A483 out of the city centre and join the A55 round Chester heading West. Follow the A55 through Colwyn Bay and then take A470 North to Llandudno.
Take the A470 from Cardiff and follow the road through the whole of Wales to Llandudno.
M1 from London or M40 then
M6 North -M42 then - M6 TOLL- M6 North West ,Manchester/Liverpool ,then M56 Chester then A55 North Wales then take A470 Llandudno.
Nearest Travel Links
Airport: Liverpool/Manchester: 110 km
Railway: Llandudno: 3 km
Ferry: Holyhead: 60 km