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Tram Station Cottage Llandudno

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5.0 / 5Exceptional
2 reviews

Amenities

  • Kitchen
  • Washer
  • Outdoor Space
  • Fireplace

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What's nearby

  • Popular Location
    Great Orme Tramway
    1 min walk
  • Popular Location
    Llandudno Pier
    7 min walk
  • Popular Location
    Llandudno ski slope
    8 min walk
  • Airport
    Anglesey (VLY)
    45 min drive

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020 3788 4841

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    About this area

    Llandudno

    This cottage is located on the waterfront and in a walkable area with good shopping. Conwy Castle and Great Orme Tramway are local landmarks, and the area's natural beauty can be seen at Great Orme and Llandudno North Shore Beach. Travelling with kids? Consider Llandudno Pier and Llandudno Swimming Centre.

    What's nearby

    • Popular Location
      Great Orme Tramway - 1 min walk
    • Popular Location
      Llandudno Pier - 7 min walk
    • Popular Location
      Llandudno ski slope - 8 min walk
    • Popular Location
      Llandudno Tourist Information Centre - 9 min walk
    • Popular Location
      Bodnant Garden - 12 min walk

    Getting around

    • Llandudno Station - 13 min walk
    • Liverpool (LPL-John Lennon) - 81 min drive

    About this property

    Tram Station Cottage Llandudno

    Set on the lower slopes of the Great Orme, Tram Station Cottage offers comfort, convenience, privacy and magnificent 180 degree views of Llandudno bay, town and Conwy mountains in the distance. Comfort is assured in this detached four-star, three-bed cottage with two en-suites and a luxury family sized bathroom with roll-top bath and separate shower cubicle. Luxury duck-down bedding and mattress toppers enable you to customise the firmness of your bed. Leather sofas, plasma tv, solid oak furnishings and a fully equipped kitchen with breakfast bar, digital radio, unlimited wifi and a double aspect wood burning stove combine ensure maximum comfort in the open plan lounge, dining area and kitchen space. Oak flooring and furniture throughout with carpets to the bedrooms - all on the same level. Location, location, location! At the private gated entrance to the cottage are three local treasures 1) the Kings Head tavern and restaurant - the oldest tavern in Llandudno, 2) 'Fish Tram Chips' -an award-winning fish and chip shop and restaurant and 3) the Victoria tram station and cafe - where you embark on a steep ride up the Great Orme. In fact, Tram Station Cottage takes its name from its famous neighbour - the Victorian tram. Parking is a premium in Llandudno but the cottage has parking for three cars behind a private gated drive. Privacy is paramount on your holiday. Outside, three private gardens enclose the Cottage. To the left is your own private BBQ patio area with views over the west shore and Conwy; to the right, a private lawned garden with summer house and decked patio area looking down into stunning Llandudno bay and town. Mature shrubs and plants enclose this south facing cottage. There is ample seating throughout the gardens to follow the sun all day long. Secure storage facilities also available for bikes and buggies. Please note that whilst the cottage is all on one level on the very lower slopes of the Great Orme, it might not be appropriate for the less-abled because of its elevated position. Booking with the proprietor who personally oversees the cottage. Set on the lower slopes of the Great Orme, Tram Station Cottage offers comfort, convenience, privacy and magnificent 180 degree views of Llandudno bay, town and Conwy mountains in the distance. Comfort is assured in this detached four-star, three-bed cottage with two en-suites and a luxury family sized bathroom with roll-top bath and separate shower cubicle. Luxury duck-down bedding and mattress toppers enable you to customise the firmness of your bed. Leather sofas, plasma tv, solid oak furnishings and a fully equipped kitchen with breakfast bar, digital radio, unlimited wifi and a double aspect wood burning stove combine ensure maximum comfort in the open plan lounge, dining area and kitchen space. Oak flooring and furniture throughout with carpets to the bedrooms - all on the same level. Location, location, location! At the private gated entrance to the cottage are three local treasures 1) the Kings Head tavern and restaurant - the oldest tavern in Llandudno, 2) 'Fish Tram Chips' -an award-winning fish and chip shop and restaurant and 3) the Victoria tram station and cafe - where you embark on a steep ride up the Great Orme. In fact, Tram Station Cottage takes its name from its famous neighbour - the Victorian tram. Parking is a premium in Llandudno but the cottage has parking for three cars behind a private gated drive. Privacy is paramount on your holiday. Outside, three private gardens enclose the Cottage. To the left is your own private BBQ patio area with views over the west shore and Conwy; to the right, a private lawned garden with summer house and decked patio area looking down into stunning Llandudno bay and town. Mature shrubs and plants enclose this south facing cottage. There is ample seating throughout the gardens to follow the sun all day long. Secure storage facilities also available for bikes and buggies. Please note that whilst the cottage is all on one level on the very lower slopes of the Great Orme, it might not be appropriate for the less-abled because of its elevated position. Booking with the proprietor who personally oversees the cottage. Set on the lower slopes of the Great Orme, Tram Station Cottage offers comfort, convenience, privacy and magnificent 180 degree views of Llandudno bay, town and Conwy mountains in the distance. Comfort is assured in this detached four-star, three-bed cottage with two en-suites and a luxury family sized bathroom with roll-top bath and separate shower cubicle. Luxury duck-down bedding and mattress toppers enable you to customise the firmness of your bed. Leather sofas, plasma tv, solid oak furnishings and a fully equipped kitchen with breakfast bar, digital radio, unlimited wifi and a double aspect wood burning stove combine ensure maximum comfort in the open plan lounge, dining area and kitchen space. Oak flooring and furniture throughout with carpets to the bedrooms - all on the same level. Location, location, location! At the private gated entrance to the cottage are three local treasures 1) the Kings Head tavern and restaurant - the oldest tavern in Llandudno, 2) 'Fish Tram Chips' -an award-winning fish and chip shop and restaurant and 3) the Victoria tram station and cafe - where you embark on a steep ride up the Great Orme. In fact, Tram Station Cottage takes its name from its famous neighbour - the Victorian tram. Parking is a premium in Llandudno but the cottage has parking for three cars behind a private gated drive. Privacy is paramount on your holiday. Outside, three private gardens enclose the Cottage. To the left is your own private BBQ patio area with views over the west shore and Conwy; to the right, a private lawned garden with summer house and decked patio area looking down into stunning Llandudno bay and town. Mature shrubs and plants enclose this south facing cottage. There is ample seating throughout the gardens to follow the sun all day long. Secure storage facilities also available for bikes and buggies. Please note that whilst the cottage is all on one level on the very lower slopes of the Great Orme, it might not be appropriate for the less-abled because of its elevated position. Booking with the proprietor who personally oversees the cottage.

    Entire place

    You'll have the entire home to yourself and will only share it with other guests in your party.

    Property manager

    Dr Julian W Jones

    Speaks English

    Property amenities

    Beach

    • Near the beach

    Ski

    • Close to skiing

    Internet

    • WiFi available

    Parking and transport

    • On-site parking

    Family friendly

    • High chair
    • Toys

    Kitchen

    • Fridge
    • Hob
    • Microwave
    • Oven
    • Dishwasher
    • Cookware/dishes/utensils
    • Toaster

    Bedrooms

    • 3 bedrooms
    • Linens provided

    Bathrooms

    • 3 bathrooms
    • Bathtub or shower
    • Hairdryer
    • Towels provided

    Living spaces

    • Fireplace
    • Living room
    • Dining room

    Entertainment

    • TV
    • DVD player
    • Games
    • Books
    • Music library
    • Stereo
    • Video library

    Outdoor areas

    • Patio
    • Garden

    Laundry

    • Washing machine

    Comfort

    • Heating

    Pets

    • No pets allowed

    Suitability/Accessibility

    • Smoke-free property

    Services and conveniences

    • Iron/ironing board

    Location highlights

    • Near the ocean
    • On the waterfront
    • In the mountains

    Things to do

    • Cave exploring nearby
    • Hiking/biking trails nearby
    • Sailing nearby
    • Theme parks nearby
    • Rafting nearby
    • Mountain biking nearby
    • Waterskiing nearby
    • Surfing/boogie boarding nearby
    • Windsurfing nearby

    General

    • Sleeps 6
    • Unit size: 400 sq ft (37 sq m)

    Nearby things to do

    Activities

    The recreational activities listed below are available either on-site or nearby; fees may apply.
    • Rafting nearby
    • Waterskiing nearby
    • Surfing/boogie boarding nearby
    • Mountain biking nearby
    • Cave exploring nearby
    • Hiking/biking trails nearby
    • Sailing nearby
    • Windsurfing nearby
    • Scuba diving nearby
    5.0

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    5/5 Excellent

      Perfect Stay

      I don’t usually leave reviews but felt compelled to say what a brilliant time we had at this cottage. The cottage is in a perfect location in the middle of town. It’s a well maintained, well laid out cottage with everything you need both inside and out. The gardens and views are lovely and due to the unseasonable weather we were able to enjoy both even in the depths of February. It’s a short walk to pretty much anything you want to do in Llandudno. Pier, beach, shops, restaurants are all less than five minutes away. The town itself is beautiful and offered more than enough to keep our family of four entertained for a full week. The kids loved the town and there was plenty to keep them entertained. Special thanks to Julian and his dad Bob got making sure we had everything we needed during our stay. Can’t recommend this cottage highly enough!

      5/5 Excellent

        Fab-u-lous!

        Location, location, location! Nicely appointed. Contemporary but cosy. Close to all amenities, yet so peaceful. Already booked to come back!

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