19 Taliesin Street
House | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 6
This house is in a pretty street in the centre of Llandudno. With it's long promenade and pier, it is a traditional seaside resort .” The property is well appointed, comfortable, ideal for families and is conveniently situated for all amenities.
The cottage is set out over 3 flooors :
Ground floor : lounge /dining area ,Kitchen
1st Floor : 2 double bedrooms ,family bathroom
2nd Floor: Loft room with 2 single beds ideal for children.
Small courtyard at rear of cottage with table and chairs
Utility room with toilet,basin,washing machine,dryer ( Accessed via courtyard))
Llandudno is a popular resort which has something to offer all age groups-from traditional Punch and Judy on the beach to a night at the Opera,
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||North Shore 300 m|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Manchester 100 km, Nearest railway: Llandudno 1 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|General||Central heating, TV|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Single beds (2), Double beds (2), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Further details indoors|
The house has been equipped with gas central heating system and living flame gas fire in the through lounge.
The lounge has one sofa and two chairs and a 32" LCD TV. The kitchen is well equipped .The bedrooms have good storage and have a king size and double bed on 1st floor . The bedroom on the top floor (sloping ceiling), has two single beds The bathroom has a low level bath and separate shower cubicle.
Double glazing throughout.
Gas Central Heating and hot water is included in rent .
Electricity - £10.00 is provided on the meter card per week.
|Further details outdoors|
The rear court yard has utility building which contain a washing machine and separate dryer , it also contains a modern basin and wc .
The court yard although small, has a garden table with chairs.
Street parking is available most of the time but spaces can be limited.
Booking Terms & Conditions for 6 Taliesin Street
A booking request will be held for 7 working days pending receipt of non-refundable 50% deposit, or payment in full (to include non-refundable 50% deposit). Upon receipt of your deposit, we will confirm your booking
Full payment of the balance , should be made two weeks before arrival ,
Occupancy is from 3pm on the holiday start date. Please contact the owner no later than 48 hours before to finalise arrival time and key collection.
The property must be vacated by 10am on the last day.
4. Cancellation or changes by you
With the best will in the world, we understand that the unexpected may happen. However, you must notify us immediately of any cancellation or changes. Every reasonable effort to resell the holiday will be made, if we can do this , all monies paid will be refunded.
However, if we are unable to resell the holiday, you will forfeit your deposit
To avoid the risk of any potential loss incurred by cancellation, we would advise that you look into, and consider taking out, suitable holiday insurance. We are not liable for any loss of deposit or other monies due to client cancellation
.5. Cancellation by Us
Once the Booking Confirmation has been issued, we will do our utmost to ensure cancellation does not happen. If it does however, we will refund all monies received. We shall not be liable for any further compensation..
6. Your responsibilities
You must look after the property and leave it in the same state of repair and cleanliness as you found it. Additional charges for damage and / or cleaning may be levied.
You must ensure that the property is secure in your absence – this means locking all exits and securing all downstairs windows.
You are responsible for your own safety during your stay. The owner and staff shall have no responsibility for the safety of yourself or your belongings, unless as a result of direct negligence on their part.
We would advise that you look into, and consider taking out, suitable holiday insurance.
We work very hard to ensure that every part of your holiday within our control goes well. Your holiday enjoyment is important to us. If you have any concerns during your stay, please contact the owner so that every effort may be taken to rectify your concern.
The North Wales region
The North Wales coastal area is marvalous for all sorts of outdoor activities . There are many fine sandy beaches all along the coast .
The Snowdonia National Park contains many peaks over one thousand metres and is a walkers paradise with walks suitable for all levels and ages
There are many castles and other historic buildings to explore .
Llandudno is a Victorian seaside town with sandy beaches on one side and the Conwy estuary on the other. Many beaches stretch along the whole of the North Wales coast ready for you to explore.
Llandudno has a many attractions and some are listed below, but there are many more. The details of most of Llandudnos’s attractions including the latest theatre listing can be found in leaflets, kept in the property, which we up date every month.
Bodafon Farm Park
Visit a genuine working farm where the countryside meets the sea in Llandudno. Wander around the paddocks of rare farm breeds. See the extensive aviaries containing owls and tropical birds from around the world and take a stroll along the farm heritage trail. The children can cuddle the rabbits and play on the miniature farm tractors in the Children's Farmyard whilst you take a break in the cafe.
Great Orme Copper Mine and Tram Way
The worlds largest Bronze Age Copper Mine, self guided tour. Walk through tunnels mined over 3,500 years ago. See the amazing prehistoric cavern. Shop and visitor centre open to non mine visitors. Ample free parking.
The Great Orme Tramway is Britain's largest and most spectacular funicular tramway. The Tramway climbs one mile to the Orme's summit offering breathtaking views of Llandudno's magnificent bays and beyond! The Tramway has been thrilling old and young for over 100 years and is a unique attraction not to be missed.
The Cable Car
Enjoy a ride on the Llandudno Cable Car during your visit to this beautiful resort. As the cable cars glide silently from Happy Valley to the summit of the Great Orme (679ft) a magnificent panorama unfolds - breathtaking views of Llandudno, the Little Orme, Conwy Estuary and beyond.
The Ski Slope
Skiing and snowboarding for all abilities using the latest "artificial snow" slope. Ride the cresta run, spin down the slope in sno-tubes or test your skill on the alpine golf. Food, drinks and a welcoming atmosphere always on offer in the alpine lodge.
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13 Apr 2014
"We'll be back!"
That is what we said the last time we stayed in this lovely home.And I am pleased to say that we have visited once again.We were lucky to be able to stay here again.This property spoils us for going a… More
26 Aug 2013
"Lovely house in a great location"
Over the years we have stayed in many holiday homes in the Llandudno/Conwy area. Number 19 Taliesin Street is located in the heart of Llandudno. The house was spotless and we were warmly welcomed by… More
31 Jul 2013
We (4 Adults & 2 Children) had a lovely time and very good weather> Our Son had never been to Wales before and thought Llandudno and surrounding area was lovely. Property was ideal for us.
21 Aug 2011
"Buried Treasure?...this was a little gem"
We have just spent a week in this property.
What a delight it has been.
This house is as clean as a new pin, it is warm and welcoming.
There was a plate of Bara Brith waiting to welcome us, biscuits for t he children, fresh milk in the fridge, tea bags and sugar so we could have a lovely cup of tea.
The owner spent time taking us round the property.
The beds were comfortable. The kitchen was well equipped. There was an outside utility room, great for storing wet beach shoes, buckets and spades and the like.
It was close to the town, but incredibly quiet (well except for the early morning wake up from the gulls- but hey, what can you expect...it IS the seaside after all).
Lots of lovely eateries close by (if you don't fancy cooking).
Would I go back there.....yes, no doubt about it.
We loved it.
Drawbacks. Only one. The street is very narrow. Parking is only allowed on one side of the street. But we spent a week there and didn't use the car...everything is close enough to walk to....and there is parking on another street close by
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