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Townhouse / 3 bedrooms / sleeps 6
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Townhouse / 3 bedrooms / sleeps 6
Castle Reach is situated in an enviable location, right next to Conwy Castle and only a two minute walk to the picturesque quayside. The 200 year old building is full of character and charm and the fantastic sea and castle views make it a perfect holiday house. It is surprisingly spacious and airy for a town house and has a separate play area for the kids and a private patio, perfect for al-fresco dining. Arranged over four floors, Castle Reach would be enjoyed by a couple just as much as a family of 4 or 6. Gas central heating and double glazing make it suitable for a holiday at any time of year. All the amenities of Conwy are on the doorstep, with pubs, restaurants, cafes, artisan shops and art galleries all just a very short walk away. Nearby you will find fantastic unspoilt beaches, great walking and biking in the Snowdonia National Park and several golf courses and National Trust properties. FREE WiFi.
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms|
|Check in time:||16:00|
|Check out time:||10:00|
|Nearest beach||Conwy Morfa 2 km|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, House swap, Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Liverpool 100 km, Nearest railway: Conwy 50 m|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player, Sea view|
|General||Central heating, TV, Video player, CD player, Pool or snooker table, Table tennis, Games room, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 En suites|
|Furniture||King Beds (1), Single beds (4), Cots (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Further details indoors|
Gas central heating, double glazing, curtains with blackout linings and blackout blinds in the attic room, along with a well equipped kitchen, book, video and DVD collections, make Castle Reach a real 'home from home'.
The hallway provides space for coats, walking boots, buckets and spades. The washing machine is also in this area.
The kitchen/diner is equipped with gas hob, electric oven, microwave, dishwasher, fridge and separate freezer. All the cooking equipment you could need is provided, as is a radio/CD player/iPod dock. An iron and ironing board are also available. There is a dining table with four chairs and two foldaway stools. We have sat four adults and two children around the table, but it would be a tighter fit for six adults.
The spacious lounge has views towards the estuary. There is a 40" flat screen TV with DVD/video player and a selection of DVDs, videos and books.
The main bathroom has a WC, basin and bath with shower over.
The large main bedroom also offers views over the estuary which can be seen while sitting in the king size (5ft) bed. There is a double wardrobe and chest of drawers as well as bedside cabinets with reading lamps and a hairdryer. This room also has an en-suite shower room with WC.
The second bedroom faces the rear of the property on the same floor as the main bedroom and has twin (3ft) beds, chest of drawers with reading lamps, a single wardrobe and a hairdryer.
The attic space has been converted into a large third bedroom/play room with velux windows giving views over the estuary to the front and to the castle to the rear of the property. There are full-size (3ft) bunk beds and a chest of drawers.
To entertain any children, there is a small table tennis table, table football, mini pool table and bean bags for watching the TV with DVD/video player and a selection of children's DVDs, videos, books and games.
|Further details outdoors|
The outside area consists of a small enclosed concrete yard with steps up to a small paved patio with cast iron table and 4 chairs. Outside light.
Bed linen, towels, gas central heating and WiFi are included in the price
The North Wales region
Whether you love the seaside or the mountains, castles or cafes, adrenaline adventures or simply relaxing and enjoying the beautiful scenery, there is something for everyone to do on holiday in north Wales. Conwy is just a few miles away from the Victorian resort Llandudno where you can take a tram or cable car up to the summit of the Great Orme, walk along the longest Pier in Wales, enjoy a donkey ride on the beach or go skiing on the dry ski slope.
Anglesey, half an hours drive away, is perhaps most famous for the 125 miles of beautiful coastline, making it the perfect place for a range of water based activities, or just simply relaxing on one of the beautiful sandy beaches and taking in the scenery.
You can spot wild ponies walking in the Sychnant Pass, just behind Conwy, or venture further afield up one of the mountains in the Snowdon range. If you would prefer to take the train, the Welsh Highland Railway is a great way of seeing the incredible scenery of the Snowdonia National Park.
There are several golf courses nearby, most with great views of the sea and mountains.
Bodnant Gardens, situated above the River Conwy, is one of many National Trust properties near by and Conwy RSPB is a great place to spot birds and other wildlife in the banks of the Conwy estuary.
Conwy, a world heritage site, with it's impressive castle, cobbled streets and pretty quayside is a charming seaside town to base yourself on holiday. Conwy Castle is without doubt one of the most impressive Welsh castles. There are two fortified gateways and eight massive towers. Most of the towers can be climbed giving a fantastic view of the sea and mountains. For free you can walk on the high castle walls which can be accessed at several different points in Conwy.
Conwy quayside is the perfect place for a gentle stroll, taking the kids crabbing or eating an ice cream whilst admiring the view. Alternatively you can buy some of the world famous Conwy mussels or visit the smallest house in Britain. Boat trips that run up and down the Conwy estuary can also be caught here. The Liverpool Arms, situated on the quayside, is a perfect place to quench your thirst.
Conwy Morfa, the closed beach, is less than five minutes drive away. The large sandy bay makes it a great spot for sandcastles and paddling. It is also has a marina, is good for fishing and is next to a golf course.
There are a number of cosy cafes, resturants and pubs within the town walls as well as small artisan shops and art galleries to explore.
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6 Aug 2014
"Five star says it all"
Spent a tremendous week at Castle Reach in July this year with my family and have to say I was impressed the minute we walked in the door and continued to be throughout our stay. All we needed was the… More
24 Jul 2014
"A lovely place ideal for everything."
Castle Reach is a comfortable, quiet, well equipped apartment with great views. It couldn't be more convenient for just about everything in Conwy, and Conwy itself is very convenient for explori… More
18 Jun 2014
The house is well located for travel in North Wales. The broadband internet worked beautifully. The house was well equipped, spacious, very clean and comfortable....(the shower in the en-suite bathro… More
14 Jan 2014
We spent New Year at Castle Reach with family it is such a lovely place and in a fantastic location. Would definitely stay here again when we visit Conwy again.… More
18 Aug 2013
We had a really lovely stay and will be back! The flat was very spacious, well decorated and had all the necessary facilities. The 3 bedrooms meant it was suitable for 6 of us to stay comfortably, and… More
7 Jun 2013
"Spacious, well equipped, central, clean"
We had a fantastic week - the first time we've stayed in a holiday home bigger than our own home! Very spacious - plenty of room to spread out - attic room ideal for children bored with the rain - we barely saw them! Well equipped with everything you need and more - nice touches like branded hand soap. Lovely views from house. Very clean. Central to the town, castle etc and the more general area. Everywhere we drove was a gorgeous view even in the rain (Snowdon spectacular). Only downside is parking - there's plenty of it - but limited to max hours so have to remember to move when time's up.
17 Jan 2013
"Its smaller on the outside....."
My wife and I together with our ten year old daughter are regular visitors to Conwy and have stayed in several cottages within the town walls over the last ten years. These are always full of character but often lacking in space, especially where modern conveniences such as bathrooms and kitchens have had to be shoehorned in. For this visit, over Christmas 2012 we were to be accompanied by my wife's brother, his wife and their two year old son from the USA so we needed something larger, but we still wanted to be within the town walls. From the website Castle Reach seemed to fit the bill and was very reasonably priced when compared with other invariably more distant properties in the area, so we crossed our fingers and booked although I was fully expecting it to be a bit of a squeeze for six of us. On arrival we were surprised and delighted to find that behind the rather unremarkable front door was a very large, comfortable and well appointed property, well decorated and finished throughout. There was ample room for all of us, the children would happily have spent all week in the attic room with all its games, and having two bathrooms meant that each family had its "own" facilities, while the large well equipped kitchen enabled us to cook proper meals for all. Our trip was part of a larger family gathering in the area and at one point we had about a dozen visitors in the house as well as ourselves, who could all be entertained with room to spare.
Overall I would thoroughly recommend Castle Reach.
16 Jan 2013
"Comfortable, spacious accommodation in fantastic location within town walls"
Excellent accommodation, easy to find, short walk to station, buses and car parking very close, good choice of shops all around. Lovely views over the estuary especially from main bedroom, and pleasant dining kitchen with views of castle walls. The whole area is worth exploring and easy to reach...Llandudno, Bangor, Caernarvon, Anglesey, and locally, the outstanding RSPB reserve with the best scenic backdrop I've come across.
5 Nov 2012
"Beautiful location with everything catered for."
My partner and I stayed at Castle Reach in october.I had never been to Conwy before but will certainly return as it is a beautiful town with plenty to see and do in the surrounding area. The house itself is smartly fitted out with all the modern conveniences and, although feeling very classy, is wonderfully homely. It felt like a home away from home into which my partner and I fitted straight into. We both found that anything we needed had been catered for. Its location too is very central for discovering Conwy.
Neither of us drive and yet we managed to fill our week effortlessly by exploring the view, discovering Conwy and its castle (which is literally round the corner from the house), the nearby RSPB reserve, and the amazing town of Llandudno and the Great Orme, which is a short bus ride away.
All in all I would thoroughly recommend Castle Reach and thank the owners again for a lovely week away.
7 Oct 2012
"Home from home and much more"
Castle Reach was the perfect holiday home for us and our two year old twin daughters.
Spacious, clean and well equipped, we felt right at home straight away.
The girls loved the attic with all the games and childrens films and books.
For the adults there's the huge living room to wile away the evenings chilling out watching the big T.V. or playing with the chess set.
Although there isn't parking immediately outside, it wasn't a problem to drop our stuff off (and we had a lot) and we easilly found free parking within a five minute walk.
Perfectly located next to the castle and only a couple of minutes from the harbour and all the shops.
The owner was really helpful and provided us with all the information we could possibly have needed.
Would thouroughly recommend and if we ever venture back to that part of the country Castle Reach will be our first port of call.