The cottage is cosy, centrally heated, spacious and is tastefully furnished and is fully equipped to accommodate up to 5 persons comfortably. Relax on the front patio and catch a glimpse of the famous Great Orme Tram winding its way up towards the Summit.
The lounge, with magnificent views, has a living flame gas fire, flat screen digital television, dvd player and separate spacious dining room with cd/radio player. The large family kitchen is fully equipped with fridge-freezer, dishwasher, toaster, microwave, gas hob, full sized double electric oven and washing machine.
There is a large double bedroom (with room for an additional fold up single bed for the use of a child from 3 years up to the age of 12 years or cot) also with breathtaking views over Llandudno Bay and a twin bedded room, both tastefully furnished in pine to a very high standard. The spacious modern family bathroom has pedestal wash basin, bath and separate shower unit. Beds are made up for your convenience on the day of arrival.
Outside at the front is a patio for you to sit and enjoy the views or watch the trams passing at the bottom of the road and the cable cars passing over the headland. There is an enclosed patio at the rear with garden furniture. Due to the number of steps in and around the property, Ty Haf may not be suitable for toddlers under the age of 3 years. Please enquire.
On arrival you will be personally greeted by the proprietor Rachael who will be happy to show you around the cottage. A very warm welcome awaits. Croeso.
The cottage in positioned on the lower slopes of the Great Orme with spectacular views over Llandudno Bay. The town is a 5 minute walk away (although the walk back is steep).
The bustling Victorian town of Llandudno, with its good variety of shops, restaurants and bars is only 4 minutes away. Only a few minutes walk away is the Great Orme Tramway station and the King's Head the oldest pub in Llandudno. So sit outside this quaint and cosy pub, have a drink or a meal and watch the world and the Great Orme Trams go by.
The famous Great Orme Tram Station, the Dry Ski slope and Toboggan run, the spectacular Marine Drive, the Great Orme Country Park, the longest cable car in Britain, tranquil Halfre Gardens and the ancient Copper Mines are all within walking distance of Ty Haf.
You may even catch sight of the herds of wild Kashmir goats that roam freely over the Great Orme and occasionally appear outside Ty Haf Cottage.
Conwy, Betws-y-Coed, Caernarfon, Port Merion and Chester are all within short distances of Ty Haf.
Electric, gas and linen (but not towels) are included in the tariff. Also tea towels, kitchen roll, toilets rolls and cleaning materials are also provided. Short stay early/late breaks are available of 3, 4 and 5 nights together with Christmas and New Year dates available. There is free on road parking in front of Ty Haf. One small very well behaved dog welcome (by prior arrangement only).
|Thu 23 Sep 2021||Fri 24 Sep 2021||£640||7 nights|
|Sat 25 Sep 2021||Fri 22 Oct 2021||£590||3 nights|
|Sat 23 Oct 2021||Mon 20 Dec 2021||£430||3 nights|
|Tue 21 Dec 2021||Mon 3 Jan 2022||£725||4 nights|
Holiday Home at:
3 Llwynon Road, Great Orme
Conwy LL30 2QF