Conwy is an ideal location to explore the dramatic beauty of the Snowdonia mountains and National Park, enjoy beautiful unspoilt beaches, visit local historic houses and the majestic Victorian splendour of Llandudno or just relax and enjoy great food and wine, whilst taking in the ambience. Situated on the banks of the River Conwy, against a stunning mountainous backdrop is Conwy's magnificent Edwardian Castle, one of the most impressive examples of mediaeval military architecture. The castle walls wrap themselves around this charming, bustling town, which offers much to visitors, including a lovely marina, many fairs and festivals, specialist and national shops, quality restaurants and traditional pubs. The 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. Being only 75 minutes drive from Manchester, Conwy on Wales' north coast, is easily accessible by train or car.
Set within the medieval walls of the coastal town, this mid-terraced 15th Century cottage makes an ideal base, being just a few minute's walk from the shops, pubs, restaurant, waterfront and castle.
Stylishly furnished and decorated, and renovated to a high standard yet retaining much period character, Hen Dafarn is deceptively spacious. Located in a narrow but quiet residential street, the entrance leads to a small hallway and open plan beamed living area with TV, DVD & WiFi and dining table, comfortable seating and a gas stove in an impressive fireplace. The well-equipped kitchen, including dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer, has contemporary folding doors leading straight out into the large slate-flagged south facing courtyard garden equipped with table and chairs and BBQ. On the first floor is a double bedroom, a small twin bedroom and bathroom with over the bath shower. Stairs to the 2nd floor lead to a mezzanine double bedroom with ensuite shower room.
Parking is either on the road by the front door or car parks are available nearby.