• Llanrwst

    Beautiful Llanrwst - 15 mins from Snowdonia Views - Tu Hwnt i'r Bont has been commended by the True Taste of Wales Awards as one of the best places for eating out in Wales.s, its position next to the river Conwy and the famous Inigo Jones bridge makes it a true favourite!

  • Llandudno Bay

    Majestic Llandudno just 15 mins from Snowdonia Views - Llandudno the queen of Welsh resorts with its Victorian pier and the vast Great Orme headland, makes a great family destination, with lots and lots to do from a traditional Seaside Punch and Judy show, to Bronze Age underground Copper Mines

    Llandudno Bay
  • Conwy and the Castle

    Conwy is a magnificent town on the banks of the Conwy Estuary - Just 10 mins from Snowdonia View - it's a great town to explore, the Castle, constructed by the English monarch Edward I between 1283 and 1289 as one of the key fortresses in his 'iron ring'. The views from the battlements are breathtaking looking out across mountains and sea and down to the roofless shell of the castles 125ft Great Hall. It is from these battlements that visitors can best appreciate Conwy's other great glory, its ring of town walls. Conwy is the classic walled town. Its circuit of walls, over three quarters of a mile long and guarded by no less than 22 towers, is one of the finest in the World.

    Conwy and the Castle
With an abundance of walks and beaches close by, and the towns of Conwy and Llandudno within a short distance, the property is ideally placed for both a relaxing and peaceful time, and it makes a great base for discovering all the best that North Wales and Snowdonia has to offer.

The world famous Bodnant Gardens are just 4 miles away and North Wales’s favorite award winning pub/restaurant ‘The Pen-Y-Bryn Free House’ is just a mile away down the road.

There really are some fabulous walks in the locality and the sea views area breathtaking – take a look at the interactive map on the left and discover the area before your visit.