Conwy, on the north Wales coast, is famous for its 13th century castle, Tudor houses, charming shops, scenic views and bustling river front. A walk or a short drive away, beyond the marina, is the sweeping sandy beach. From Conwy you look over the wide river mouth to the pretty town of Deganwy. Further afield are many long sandy beaches, the mountains rivers and lakes of Snowdownia, the scenic Conwy river valley, tourist attractions, nature reserves, and golf courses. Activities of all kinds are catered for in this splendid nature's playground. Within the town you are a minute away from shops, several restaurants, the Tudor houses of Plas Mawr, the finest surviving Elizabethan town house in Britain, and Aberconwy House, a 14th century merchant's house. Round the corner is the river front with its old harbour, Mussel museum, and the "smallest house in Britain".
Conwy town has many fine places to eat in or out, from fish and chips on the river front, a tourist tradition popular with seagulls, to award winning hotel restaurants.
Isallt is a two storey 19th century house on a quiet one way street. The lounge has a log burning stove, flat screen tv with freeview and dvd player, comfortable leather sofas, and views of the town walls and the Chapel opposite. The separate dining room has a traditional Welsh dresser and leads to the well equipped kitchen; beyond is the downstairs wc. High chair available
Outside is a private graveled courtyard with outdoor furniture, to sit and enjoy a drink or barbecue in the afternoon sun.
The main bedroom is airy and spacious, with views of the river and the town walls, and has a king size double bed.
The second bedroom has two single beds, which can push together to make a king size double, and a single futon chair bed if required. A travel cot and a single blow up bed are also available. The bathroom has a bath and shower, with a combi boiler for instant hot water. The house has been renovated and decorated to a high standard, to make a comfortable 'home from home' for holiday makers.
The price includes booking, utility charges, bed linen and towels, a welcome pack, and (in colder months) a basket of logs. A well behaved pet is welcome (downstairs only) by prior arrangement. The house is no smoking please.
Access and parking
There is parking available on the street on a first come first served basis, smaller cars will find it easier to find a space. There are several public car parks within a couple of minutes walk which provide day and night parking.
The house is on a moderately steep part of the street with a couple of steps leading up to the front door. The back door can be reached without steps.
Conwy is easily accessed by road (a few minutes from the A55) or rail, and there are good local bus services and taxis.
Short stay available from £200 for two nights. Change over day is normally Saturday. You can arrive from 3pm and we ask that guests vacate by 10.30am on the day of departure. A non-refundable deposit of 25% of the rental charge is payable within 7 days of booking, with the balance payable 6 weeks before occupation.
Please enquire if your requirements differ from above, we will try to meet them if at all possible.
Last updated 18 January 2019
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