Spend a relaxing break in North Wales in this fabulous terraced cottage, 2 Alma Terrace, based in the village of Llanfairfechan on the coast of the Menai Strait, you are perfectly situated for discovering the delights of the area including Conwy and Bangor.
Suited to a family or group of four, you can expect to enjoy a stylish interior, amply-equipped, when you’re not out adventuring.
Once you’ve passed through the quaint front garden gate and stepped through the front door, be welcomed to rich wood flooring of the living room/diner, and a vibrant theme of striking blue and yellow accents.
Bench seating around the dark wood dining table presents a lovely space to gather around at mealtimes, whilst heat from the woodburning stove can warm you, as it sits within a beautiful and traditional stone fireplace.
Retire to the plush blue sofas and choose a film to watch on the TV, amidst this well-styled décor and unique features, including a charming lamp within an upcycled crate box.
Showcasing further charming character is the kitchen, discover rustic wood worktops in here atop painted blue cupboards, creating a cheerful space to rustle up some tasty dishes.
Complete any laundry here too with the handy washing machine, so convenient for longer stays, as well as being amidst the other quality appliances including an electric oven and gas hob, and a fridge.
On sunny mornings, step outside into the enclosed patio garden, offering a private spot to wake up in, you can sit at the bistro table with your morning coffee and listen to the stream below rushing along at its own pace.
When night falls, find your charming sleeping spot on the first floor, home to two bedrooms including a double and a twin, both continuing the elegant décor of the ground floor with harmonious colour schemes and complimentary copper furnishings, creating a tranquil spot for all to settle in.
Find the lovely bathroom to hold a bath with a shower over, shared between the rooms, as well as a heated rail to keep your towel toasty and warm.
Head along the coast of the Menai Strait to the historic town of Conwy and enjoy getting to know the pretty and quaint streets, browse the shops and stop at the tourist attractions; tour the 13th century Conwy Castle, still well-preserved, as well as The Smallest House in Great Britain providing a memorable photo opportunity.
Rest by the harbour and watch the boats bob along as you tuck into some delicious fish and chips, whilst golfers can practice putting with a view at the Conwy Caernarvonshire Golf Club on the headland.
Take in the beautiful natural scenery of Aber Falls, an amazing waterfall resting within the Coedydd Aber National Nature Reserve within the Snowdonia National Park, within ten miles of 2 Alma Terrace, it presents a great pit-stop along a walk through the reserve.
Walkers can take on the challenge of walking Snowdon as well as surrounding peaks including Glyder Fawr and Carnedd Llewelyn, each providing stunning panoramic views of the landscape.
For an exciting day out, visit Zip World Penrhyn Quarry, flying through the air at 5000-ft high above the slate quarry, or discover the amazing inland surf lagoon at Surf Snowdonia and practice your skills on a board.
A great base for exploring the best of North Wales, 2 Alma Terrace is a fabulous choice.