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Holiday Home With Sea Views In Llanfairfechan | Uwch-Y-Mor

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Dog FriendlyNear BeachNear PubReal FireEV Charger
Conwy
 
 

Uwch Y Mor is a three bedroom holiday home with sea views in Llanfairfechan, a Victorian seaside village situated between Bangor and Conwy. A traditional stone cottage, it is beautifully refurbished giving a warm and inviting feel with lots of character.

The main entrance brings you straight into the sitting room. A lovely and inviting room with a log fire as the main feature. Exposed beams mixed with antique pieces of furniture gives this room a really great feel and will certainly be a place to get your downtime in.

Through to a galley style kitchen/diner area, this room has a modern farmhouse feel to it. The cream wooden kitchen units, dresser and traditional wooden table and chairs gives character without feeling overcrowded. With all modern appliances and plenty of storage room, there is everything you need to cater for your group.

Off the back of the kitchen is a utility room with a washing machine and dryer and the backdoor which leads out to the garden. The family bathroom is located at the far end of the utility room which has a bath over shower, WC and washbasin - again the use of old traditional light fittings against modern tiles and fixtures really give a great look.

One of the double bedrooms is located on the ground floor - having kept the original features of the house, this room includes a beautiful fireplace.

Upstairs brings us to two more bedrooms; another double and a twin. Both rooms have original oak floorboards and antique pieces dotted around the rooms - all beautifully put together. There is a WC with washbasin up here too.

 
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Facilities

Cottage Type
Dog Friendly, Near Beach, Near Pub, Real Fire, EV Charger
Essentials
Welcome Pack, Linen, Towels, Cot (cot-linen not provided), WiFi, High Chair, Central Heating, Smoke detector, Carbon monoxide detector
Inside
1 Pet, Hob, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer (not icebox), Dishwasher, Washing Machine, Tumble Dryer, Iron and ironing board, TV, Toys/ Games/ Books, Mobile phone reception, Cottage suitable for 'assisted' wheelchair guests
Outside
Off street parking, BBQ, Private Garden
Additional Information

Cottage suitable for 'assisted' wheelchair guests, i.e. there is a ground floor bedroom and bathroom but there are some small steps.

One small pet only

 

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Location

 

The cottage itself has an elevated garden which gives incredible views of the sea and the mountains. A patio area with bbq and garden furniture is perfectly set up to enjoy lots of al fresco eating during the warmer months. There is also a lawn with lots of pretty shrubbery making it feel tranquil.

Llanfairfechan is a great position for exploring the coast and mountains but if you want a day near to the cottage, the village itself has quite a lot on offer. A long sandy beach, promenade, boating lake, paddling pool and gardens with tennis courts, picnic areas, playground and skate park are all in the village itself and a golf course is only a stones throw from the cottage.

You are 15 minutes from Anglesey where you'll find lots to explore including Newborough Forest, Beaumaris Castle and a visit to the village with the longest name is also not to be missed: LLANFAIRPWLLGWYNGYLLGOGERYCHWYRNDROBWLLLLANTYSILIOGOGOGOCH (Llanfair PG is its shortened name).

15 minutes east will bring you to Conwy, which is a medieval town with the famous castle. The famous Zip World is also only a short drive from the cottage.

20 minutes in the car will take you into the heart of Eryri where you can enjoy the mountains, lakes and rivers - whether it is walking, climbing, SUP, Kayaking, white water rafting or, sailing that you are into, there is something for everyone.

Here's a link for more information on the local area that you might find useful:
Things to do in Conwy

 
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Availability

Availability
Guests
Max Adults:
6
Max Children:
4
Max Infants:
1
Maximum number of adults and children is 6
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Guest Reviews

 
Sarah
 
 

We had a wonderful week in this lovely cottage. It was immaculately clean on our arrival. We were a family group of 5, ranging in age from 15 to 86, plus a dog. Everything had been considered, to make our stay comfortable and stress free. The wi-fi is good, and the rainfall shower is very good. The views from the garden, porch and upstairs bedrooms across to Anglesey are amazing, especially at sun set. Wonderful walks on the doorstep along a tumbling little river.

Christie
 
 

Lovely stay at this cosy cottage! Very clean and lovely comfy beds, would stay again!

Rachel Adams
 
 

Cottage was extremely warm and comfortable – the welcome pack was a lovely and much appreciated addition. Great location to both Anglesey and Conwy so plenty of places to visit regardless of weather, especially for dog walks to. Would not hesitate to return – definitely one of our favourite locations. Thanks.

Fiona
 
 

We had a truly memorable holiday, everything we were imagining it to be and more. The cottage was lovely, well equipped and with a cupboard full of basic cooking ingredients so for those who want to cook, there’s a variety of spices codiments etc. The welcome pack was much appreciated expecially for the fact that we arrived in the early hours of the morning. Gwen provided us with loads of information and was very responsive. Everything is well explained, how appliances work etc. There are some lovely walks from the cottage and a Coop is about 15 minute walk away. We rented a car and there’s ample space for parking. My favourite part was watching the view from the porch while sipping tea and waving to the friendly neighbour walking his dogs. I had a good feeling about this cottage right from the first time it came up on my search and I’m so glad that it was the one we chose. We were a family of 5 and my children loved it too. I would love to return and would definitely stay there again.

Laura
 
 

Outstanding! Beautiful, comfortable cottage, so well equipped. Rainfall shower was brilliant, and the second loo upstairs so handy. Easy access by car to Conwy, Betws-y-Coed and Caernarfon. Can’t recommend this gorgeous cottage enough!

Laura Rose
 
 

The most comfortable cottage! We loved our stay. The house is the best equipped of any holiday let we’ve stayed in, everything was comfortable, excellent rainfall shower and the second loo upstairs is so handy! The views are stunning. Absolutely 5 star!

Helen Bush
 
 

We had a lovely two week holiday here! We are a family of four including a young baby and we had everything we needed to make comfortable living. The owner Gwen was very helpful and quick to respond. The pantry and kitchen supplies were really useful. Plus there was a few quirky things in the cottage to add to the experience! The views are amazing and the WIFI worked well for an online job interview. Having the EV charger was really handy and took the stress out of finding somewhere. If I had to say something that wasn’t so great, this would only be the upstairs loo is very small – not a problem for us and definitely better to have it rather than not. We really appreciated having a mid stay change of linen and cottage refresh – a very thorough job. Great to have local produce in the welcome pack. A big thank you to Gwen and the housekeeper/cleaner/gardener for making everything so nice. We would definitely come back again 🙂

Sandra
 
June 2023
 

We have just returned from a week at Gwens cottage , what a fabulous week we’ve had ! The cottage is lovely , the garden areas are wonderful & the views are amazing ! The location of the cottage is perfect for visiting Conway / Llandudno / Betws y coed & Anglesey , it really is a perfect spot ! We made the most of the garden each evening when we got back from our days out, we enjoyed the evening sun looking across at the beautiful beach & sea with a nice glass of wine , it was so peaceful .. The Co-op in the village is very well stocked & we made a few trips here to get fresh Welsh bread & fresh meat for the many bbqs we did ! We also ate at The Gladstone in Penmenmawr ( 5 mins in a car ) it has a great beer garden & is dog friendly ! Food was really good / great prices & very friendly smiley staff . We also ate at The Seagrass down by the beach , amazing breakfast, lots specials on the board ! We also visited the cafe right next to the beach & enjoyed delicious cake& coffee.

Shelley
 
May 2023
 

The cottage is absolutely beautiful. It’s in a peaceful area surrounded by lush woodland and fields. The cottage is decorated in an elegant and simple way and you feel at home as soon as you walk through the door. The welcome pack of bread, milk, butter, local cakes, is a very thoughtful addition as well as the fresh flowers on the dining table. We will definitely be back as it’s the perfect place to unwind and explore the local area.

Nick
 
May 2023
 

The cottage was excellent exactly as described in a lovely setting overlooking the sea. The cottage was exceptionally clean and with all the amenities. The shower is great! Only drawback was the lack of a local place to eat but we travelled to Llandudno and Conwy were there are plenty of wanting places. Overall an excellent stay

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