House / 4 bedrooms / sleeps 7

Key Info
  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 0 km
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Car not necessary
  • No pets allowed
  • Private garden

St David's House offers a stylish holiday home in which to enjoy a traditional seaside holiday and also to discover the many delights and attractions of Conwy and Snowdonia. This tastefully decorated house with fabulous sea views from upstairs, is just a few minutes from the beach,100yds from the village centre and almost on the promenade.. Private patio, small enclosed garden and balcony. Ideal for couples and families seeking relaxation.

No Booking Fee - book direct with owner

Size Sleeps up to 7, 4 bedrooms
Nearest beach Colwyn Bay 300 m
Access Car not necessary
Nearest Amenities 150 m
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Manchester 120 km, Nearest railway: Colwyn Bay 3 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes No pets allowed, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries DVD player, Sea view
General Central heating, TV, CD player, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 En suites
Furniture King Beds (1), Double beds (1), Single beds (4), Cots (1), Dining seats for 7, Lounge seats for 6
Other Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair
Outdoors Balcony or terrace, Private garden
Access Parking
Further details indoors

The self catering accommodation has gas c.h., double glazed hardwood windows and doors and comprises:-

Ground Floor

Entrance hall

Cloakroom with wash hand basin and WC

Large fitted kitchen/day room with gas hob, eye level electric oven and grill, dishwasher, microwave, toaster and fridge. Dining area with French doors leading to south facing patio

Utility room with washer/drier and freezer

Spacious lounge with French doors leading to patio, 3 piece suite, remote control electric fire, flat screen TV with free view, DVD, CD and radio, i pod dock

G.Floor twin bedroom

First floor

Master bedroom with king size bed, fitted wardrobes and dressing table and sea views

Fully tiled en-suite shower room with power shower

Guest Bedroom with twin beds sea views and balcony

Guest Bedroom with double bed

Main bathroom fully tiled with over bath power shower

Beds are made up for your arrival with freshly laundered cotton sheets and duvet covers - blankets also available. Bath and hand towels provided - beach towels and cot linen is not provided so please bring your own.

Travel cot, high chair and stairgate available.

Further details outdoors

Parking for 2 cars in tandem immediately outside the property and road parking at the end of the drive.

There is a small lawned private garden area to the rear of the property with a large south facing private patio. A hardwood garden table and seating for 6 .

Further details

We do not accept groups of young single people or pets.

Weekly bookings are from Friday to Friday and commence at 2.30-pm.

Flexible change over dates out of season - please contact owner

The price includes all gas and electricity costs.(£40 fuel surcharge per week October 1st to March 31st)

A refundable £150 damage/excess cleaning deposit is payable with final balance and refunded within 2 weeks of departure

The Conwy County region

North Wales has many family attractions from castles to zoos, stately homes and gardens, farm parks to steam trains and leisure centres and events from cultural festivals and agricultural shows to family fun days. The area also offers a wide range of activities including walking, cycling, fishing, golf and watersports to name but a few.

When it comes to attractions, North Wales offers something to suit every taste... you will find there just aren't enough hours in the day or days in the week.

You can potter around charming towns and villages, explore our rugged coastline, feel soft sand between your toes, or have some family fun at the many events taking place all year round. Whatever the weather, there is something for everyone.


How seaside towns were meant to be..... this popular Victorian seaside resort, with it's cable car and tram up to the summit of the Great Orme is only 4 miles away.


Home to a huge collection of species expertly cared for in its hillside setting.


One of the most impressive and admired gardens in Britain.


Approximately 35 miles away from Rhos is a stunning series of waterfalls located off the A5 between Betws-y-Coed and Capel Curig. SWALLOW FALLS has become a familiar natural celebrity over the past 100 years and has featured on film, postcard and canvas.


Aproximately 6 miles away from Rhos, 10 mins away by car, and with attractive shops and cobbled streets. It's 12th century castle is one of the most picturesque of Welsh castles and a masterpiece of medieval military architecture.


Approximately 35 miles away from Rhos is beautiful Snowdonia, ideal for walking, mountain biking and climbing. There are castles to explore, narrow gauge railways, and some great golf courses. Explore the lakes and rivers, take the train up to the top of Mount Snowdon - it's just one big outdoor adventure.


This easily accessible, unique island with its coastal walks, varied beaches and historical towns and castle make it a great day out.



Rhos on Sea is a 'village by the sea', remaining unspoilt and still a relatively well kept secret!!

In a nutshell - small is beautiful in this charming seaside town located between big brothers Llandudno and Colwyn Bay.

If only all seaside towns could be like this – neat, pristine and peaceful. The long seafront walkway from Colwyn Bay takes in Rhos-on-Sea's breakwater, where a little harbour has an atmosphere reminiscent of a West Wales coastal village and is home to many small boats.

There are daily fishing trips during the season, excellent launch facilities for day visitors, and a jetty just perfect for keeping the kids occupied for hours enjoying the traditional seaside pastime of "crabbing".

The sweeping promenade fringes a naturally sheltered bay that's perfect for pottering, paddling, kite flying and beach combing. Winter or summer it's a splendid walk (or jog!) and cycle path for people of all ages.

It's not just the traditional promenade and lungfuls of salty sea air that attract walkers. Start your exploration from the tiny, roughly vaulted St Trillo's Chapel at Rhos Point. Standing on the site of an ancient healing well, it's the smallest church in Britain, seating only six. St Trillo's is one of 26 historic sites on the circular Rhos-on-Sea Heritage Trail, which also takes in the remains of Bryn Euryn, a 5th-century hillfort with airy views.There are no less than 26 historic sites to discover on foot via the Rhos on Sea Heritage Trail.

As well as a Co-Operative and Spar food store (both open 7 days a week till late and within an easy stroll from St David's House), Rhos also has:-

* an excellent Butchers selling locally produced meat as well as home made sausages

* an Organic/Health food shop

* a Delicatessen offering cheeses and locally produced bread and pies etc

* a Bakery selling fresh bread, pies and cream cakes

* a Traditional Greengrocers selling locally produced fresh fruit and vegetables

* a Friday Country market selling locally produced jams, chutneys ready prepared meals, cakes, biscuits etc as well as a selection of home made gifts and garden plants

With many other interesting shops, pavement cafes, 2 pubs, several places to eat, the famous Harlequin Puppet Theatre and the historical St Trillo's Church, there's always something to do.