At Plas Arfon you have the beach in front of you and the mountains behind you. You’ll enjoy views of Puffin Island and the Isle of Anglesey from the front windows, while at the back rise the foothills of Snowdonia. This wonderful detached house is just a few minutes drive from Conwy’s medieval castle and town walls and can be found next door to the award-winning bar and restaurant The Gladstone - so you may never want to eat in! Guests enjoy a 10% discount at the Gladstone as well as the Castle View Bar/Restaurant in Deganwy. Plas Arfon is suitable for families and is beautifully decorated throughout. It benefits from its own private garden and there are plenty of walks and cycle routes from the doorstep, including the North Wales coast path, now part of the All Wales coastal route. In the hills discover the remarkable Sychnant Pass, an old route linking Conwy to the remoter areas of north west Wales.
Plas Arfon is just outside the small coastal village of Dwygylyfchi, a great base for exploring the North Wales coast. Anglesey’s world famous suspension bridge across the Menai Strait is just 20 minutes’ drive from here, meaning that the island is an easy day trip away. Make sure you visit Conwy and explore its narrow cobbled streets, as well as taking a look around the castle and exploring the town’s walls. Across the water you’ll discover Llandudno, the Queen of Welsh Resorts and voted the UK’s best resort by Trip Advisor members. Golfers will find plenty of challenging links courses nearby, while adrenaline junkies will want to head inland for white water sports, hiking and climbing, zip line attractions and even a surf lagoon.