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Boutique Three Bedroom Holiday Cottage in Conwy | Ty-Twr

Near Pub

For a stay in the heart of a medieval town, this boutique three bedroom holiday cottage in Conwy is the ideal accommodation option to explore this fantastic area of North Wales. Located within the town walls, Ty-Twr is a fabulous and unique property full of character and original features, only a short walk from the harbour and 13th century Conwy Castle.

A solid wood door with stained glass panel over opens into the deceivingly large property, set over two floors. Entering into the large lounge area of the Edwardian era house, the period features and style have been retained. An ornate fireplace with patterned tiles and wooden surround is the focal point of the room, with a mix of modern eclectic furniture and antique items. Two large fabric sofas, finished in lime green, sit across from each creating a sociable space to enjoy an evening. The walls of the room are painted in a muted shade of blue, with a picture rail and coving above in bright white. The tall ceiling features a decorative chandelier creating a classic look and feel. Wooden flooring and dark stained antique side units complete the room, contrasting beautifully with modern art and artisan décor on the walls.

A doorway from the lounge leads past the staircase and into the property's spacious kitchen and dining area. Decorated in the same colours as the lounge, a traditional theme continues with the original quarry stone tiled floor and dark stained woodwork. The kitchen units are finished in a bright white with wood effect worktops, built in electric oven and hob. With storage cupboards under and open modern shelving above the tiled splashback, there is ample storage space for those who are planning on cooking during their stay. A rustic wooden dining table with six seats available is located in the room, creating a wonderfully cosy and social space. Table lamps and fairy lights dotted around create a warm feeling. To the rear of the property, a utility room includes a washing machine which is ideal for guests who are staying a little longer. A door opens into a small back yard with a large outdoor dining table and bench seating. From the yard, there is access to a WC.

The upstairs layout of the boutique three bedroom holiday cottage in Conwy comprises of three generous sized bedrooms and two bathrooms. Sleeping up to six people, there are two double bedrooms and a twin making this an ideal property for groups or a large family. The larger of the two double bedrooms at the front of the property is bright an airy, with a large stained glass bay window overlooking the streets of Conwy, with views of the town walls. A thick pile carpet in a neutral colour, along with white walls make the room seem light and spacious. The room furniture includes a cosy lime coloured armchair that sits next to the bed, a large antique chest of drawers and two bedside tables with modern table lamps. Artwork features on the walls and chimney breast above a stunning period fireplace. The second double bedroom is located at the front of Ty-Twr, also providing views of the town through the large bay window. Decorated in a similar style, but with a blue theme running through the soft furnishings, this large bedroom includes an antique dresser and chair, side tables with modern lamps and a built in wardrobe. The twin bedroom located to the rear of the property is also spacious, with two single beds, an antique large chest of drawers and a side chair.

The main bathroom is a beautiful and bright room with an elegant roll top bath as the centrepiece. A patterned grey vinyl effect floor contrasts against the white tiles which run halfway up the walls - the upper half of the walls painted also in white. A modern three drawer unit provides ample space for toiletries and beauty products. A large mirror sits above the bath creating an illusion of a much larger room. It's the perfect bathroom for a cosy soak with a glass of wine, after a day out exploring or adventuring. A second smaller bathroom is located next to the main, including a walk in shower cubicle, WC and sink, which completes the upstairs layout.

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Cottage Type
Near Pub
Welcome Pack, Linen, Towels, WiFi, Central Heating, Smoke detector, Carbon monoxide detector, Fire extinguisher or blanket
Cooker, Hob, Microwave, Fridge, Dishwasher, Washing Machine, Tumble Dryer, Iron and ironing board, Smart TV, Toys/ Games/ Books, Mobile phone reception
Private Garden
Additional Information
No Cot
Please note, although suitable for most cars, the entrance to the parking area is very narrow (2.03m). We would recommend using the paid parking available on Mount Pleasant, 100m from the property, at £5.20/day.

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Ideally located in the heart of the historic town of Conwy, Ty-Twr is in a prime position to sample everything the medieval town has to offer. Stepping right out the property you're only a short walk from the town's many bars, restaurants, shops and attractions. Visit the magnificent 13th century Conwy Castle, a fortress which stands on a rocky outcrop overlooking the town and surrounding area. The castle was built by King Edward I of England during his reign, alongside the town walls which are 1.3km in length, much of which can still be accessed to walk along. The castle and town walls provide epic views of the surrounding coastline and the Northern Carneddau mountain range. Explore Conwy's picturesque harbour, or Quay, and visit The Smallest House in Great Britain which only has one small room downstairs and another upstairs. Grab an ice cream and watch the fishermen heading out to sea, or head to the famous Conwy Mussels Company to take home some mussels, renowned as the best in the UK. The town features many other historical attractions including Plas Mawr and Aberconwy House - at every turn there is more stunning architecture to be found.

For guests who plan to dine out, Conwy has a wealth of fantastic restaurants to suit all tastes. From fish and chips through to fine dining, Conwy has options to suit all. Fans of Spanish tapas should head to The Midland Tapas and Wine Bar, while meat lovers should reserve a table at Lava Hot Stone Kitchen - a restaurant where diners cook fresh meat and fish at their table on a hot stone. For fine dining fans, the newly opened The Jackdaw by Nick Rudge on Conwy's High Street serves some fantastic and creative dishes, in a fabulous setting. There are also plenty of drinking options in this small town, all of which are are only a few minutes away from your boutique three bedroom holiday cottage in Conwy. Many of these focus heavily on supporting local brewers and producers. For drinks in vibrant and modern setting, head to Bank of Conwy with its high ceilings and lively atmosphere. Wine lovers should visit Vinomondo - a wine shop and cosy bar on the High Street. The perfect spot for a relaxed drink in a traditional pub setting is the Albion Ale House, located only a few doors down from Ty-Twr. The bar and lounge areas are comfortable and cosy, and with a roaring log fire it's a great pub to grab a drink with the locals.

For those who wish to explore the surrounding area, Conwy is the ideal base for a number of walks which provide some great views. The Wales Coast Path runs along Conwy Quay and from here there are fantastic coastal walks in both directions. Head west out of Conwy along the coast path, and a twenty minute walk will bring you to the beach at Conwy Morfa - a wild and wonderful expanse of sandy beach which provides amazing views across to Ynys Mon (Anglesey) and of the Great Orme headland in Llandudno. Following the coastal path in the other direction leads towards Llandudno, providing a fantastic route across and along the Conwy Estuary and to the sandy West Shore beach. This is a stunning six mile walk that shouldn't be missed. Heading to higher elevations, there is a walking path from Conwy which leads to the summit of Mynydd y Dref (Conwy Mountain). This headland located to the west of the town is a beautiful spot with numerous walking trails which are a blaze of purple in late summer thanks to the heather that grows here. Lucky visitors might meet some of the wild Carneddau Ponies which roam freely in the area, and if not, the spectacular views are worth it regardless.

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Guest Reviews

Marie Slevin

Really lovely home and such a great location. The road is quite loud if you’re not used to traffic, but it does die down at night. The pay off is having everything on your doorstep, restaurants, shops, castle and harbour. We didn’t attempt parking around the back but there is a very handy cut through to the car park just behind and you can pay via your mobile meaning you don’t have to think about topping it up. The rooms are a good size and very tastefully decorated, we had everything we needed. I would definitely book again!

Liz Harrop

The house is a beautiful period building with all the modern amenities we needed for a comfortable stay. The interior was beautifully decorated and the house very clean and well maintained. The bedrooms were spacious and comfortable, and the kitchen was well-equipped, allowing us to prepare meals when we wanted to dine in, though Conwy boasts an array of award winning food shops, restaurants, cafes and pubs which are all on your doorstep at this cottage.

The standout feature is its prime location. It is nestled within the town’s historic walls, just a few minutes walk away from Conwy Castle, the town centre, and the bustling quayside. Being so centrally located made it incredibly convenient to explore all that Conwy had to offer and it is also an ideal base for exploring further around the North Wales coast.

In summary, If you’re looking for a place that captures the essence of Conwy and offers a stylish but homey atmosphere, this cottage is an excellent choice for your stay. We left Conwy with great memories and a desire to return to this enchanting part of Wales

June 2023

Absolutely lovely accommodation; very stylish, clean, spacious and in a great location! Very comfortable beds, and lovely bedrooms. We were all very impressed and happy with the cottage!

May 2023

Right in the centre of town. Plenty of space in the rooms. Kitchen area is very cute. Parking 3mins walk from the apartment. Overall we enjoyed ourselves!


Excellent location for touring Bangor. Steps away from restaurants, shops, pubs, the city walls and the waterfront. Well equipped for making meals but not needed since restaurants are so close.

July 2023

Wonderful accommodation in a fantastic central location in Conwy. The property had was well equipped and lovely and clean. The host answered any questions promptly. I would high recommend and would love to stay again. A**

July 2023

This was an excellent location just inside the medieval walls of the city, so we had walkable access to everything in town. There is a car parking spot located behind the building, however our rather large van could not navigate the narrow entranceway on Pool Lane. The good news is that there is public parking (overnight) just outside the back door on Mt Pleasant. The 2-story house has kept many original features while updating kitchen and baths with modern conveniences. Everything was very clean and well-maintained. Conwy itself, has a lot of noisy birds (jackdaws and seagulls) as well as early morning street cleaners and garbage collectors, so beware of that. The owner was very responsive to any issue and was very pleasant (we even visited her metal/jewelry workshop in Caernarfon). Overall, we would definitely book this townhouse again: comfy beds and plenty of hot water!

April 2023

Lovely stay. We were 2 couples and each had our own large bedroom and bath. Beds and Linens were very comfortable. Kitchen had everything we needed to cook a few of our meals. Location was perfect. Step out the front door and you are on the streets of Conwy. Walkable to everywhere in town. Conwy was the perfect home base to visit Snowdonia and Anglesey. We had Castle views and only steps away from the stairs to walk the town walls.

Linda Livingstone

Booked with 4 friends to celebrate a birthday. The house was well located within the castle walls & within walking distance of the castle, harbour, shops & restaurants. We were given clear information about the property & how to gain access & local parking. The house was beautifully decorated & furnished, well equipped & clean & spacious. It had everything you need for a relaxing break. The owner left flowers, biscuits & wine which was a lovely welcome. We rang the owner to ask advice about an issue & she was responsive & very helpful. We loved staying in this property for a 2 night break. It made our friends birthday very special. Would highly recommend!

April 2023

Lovely house in a great location. Clean and well presented. Nice welcome pack and some essential supplies to use. Nicely furnished and the beds were really comfy. Great space with direct access to Conwy amenities. Would definite go back.

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