Puffin Cottage lies in the beautiful and historic town of Conwy, presenting four guests with a welcoming retreat to return to after each day of adventure in North Wales.
This two-bedroom, mid-terrace property is perfect for a family or friends, renovated to a high standard in a contemporary yet homely style.
First step inside the lovely porch area to take off coats and boots following a ramble around town, before heading into the pretty sitting room to unwind amidst the warmth of the woodburning stove settled in the fireplace, while the Smart TV offers endless entertainment, as does the excellent selection of books, games and DVDs too.
When the group is feeling peckish, head into the open-plan kitchen and dining room to rustle up some tasty treats, with a bright and spacious outlook, complete with quality appliances including an American style fridge/freezer.
Gather at the dining table and chairs, made from solid oak, and talk over your favourite moments of the day beneath the skylights, with a desk and chair next to this area ideal for anyone needing to work away from home.
Head out into the pretty, enclosed patio garden to enjoy the summer weather, with bright blue dining furniture to dine alfresco on, and rattan sofas against the wall to lounge on in the sun.
Retire for the day to one of the lovely bedrooms, with the master room home to a beautiful double bed with an oak frame, Laura Ashley décor and furnishings, a TV and storage too.
For children or friends sharing, the second bedroom comes complete with adult bunk beds, with the family bathroom serving both bedrooms and offering a bath with built in TV and a separate walk-in shower.
Puffin Cottage rests a convenient walk away from Conwy's centre, meaning all the cafés, restaurants, shops and pubs can be easily reached, great for evenings out and early morning exploring.
Head down to the quayside, grabbing some fish and chips to enjoy as you admire the beautiful views of the boats bobbing on the water, before taking a close look at one of Conwy's most notable attractions, the Smallest House in Great Britain, measuring just 72 inches wide by 122 inches high!
The magnificent Conwy Castle, a World Heritage Site, must be explored being such a major part of Conwy's architecture, built in the 13th century and still standing strong, you can enjoy breath-taking views of the River Conwy and the town from the top of the towers, as well as see the grand Great Hall and King's Apartments.
Venture over the Conwy Suspension Bridge to the seaside town of Llandudno to discover a host of fun along the shoreline, with brightly coloured beach huts, a long beach, a Victorian pier with classic arcades and the imposing Great Orme home to the Great Orme Country Park at the top.
Breathe in the fresh air in Conwy RSPB Nature Reserve, a beautiful space with walking trails, hides for wildlife watching and some idyllic viewpoints, fantastic for an active, nature loving family!
The Snowdonia National Park is bursting with gorgeous places to explore alongside exciting adventures, from Zip World and Surf Snowdonia to the quaint, waterfall-surrounded village of Betws-y-Coed.
Add more wonderful memories to the historic town of Conwy at Puffin Cottage.