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* August 2019 - due to a cancellation we have late availability* please enquire
Nestled among picturesque gardens and less than a minutes walk to the local beach, The Old Stables was originally built in 1884, but has recently undergone extensive renovation and now provides stylish holiday accommodation for up to 9 guests. With a calming colour pallet by Farrow & Ball, a mix of eclectic furnishings and mod-cons that include a hot tub, underfloor heating and wifi, The Old Stables is a great base for exploring North Wales.
The heart of the home is the large open plan lounge kitchen diner. The kitchen, which originally housed the horse drawn coaches, is well equipped with a dishwasher, American fridge freezer and high quality pots, pans and utensils. The four ovens and central island are bound to satisfy budding chefs, whilst the dinning table, which seats 10, is ideal for those special family meals or enjoying local fish & chips. A separate utility room provides clothes washing and drying facilities, a must after a visit to the beach or a trek up Mount Snowdon.
The lounge retains many original features including exposed pitch pine beams and vaulted ceiling. Enjoy cosy nights in front of the wood burning fire whilst curling up on one of the leather chesterfield sofas. The 50” smart TV with home cinema system, makes for great movie nights, we even provide the pop corn. The private courtyard garden and hot tub can be accessed via the French doors which lead out to the patio with seating and BBQ area.
A second lounge, which was once the stable block, is bound to be a hit with adults and children, with a pool table, games including Jenga, Connect Four, Articulate and puzzles. Or you could just pick up a book from the collection provided and relax on the chaise lounge.
To aid a good nights sleep, our beds feature hotel quality pocket sprung mattresses hand made in the UK. We only use hypo-allergenic duvets and pillows and of course, bed linen and towels are provided. The two king beds can be configured as twins at your request. A triple room is equipped with adult bunks and a single bed. The ground floor double bedroom, with en suite facilities is ideal for guests who don’t want to climb stairs and can accommodate a wheelchair, upon request.
The family bathroom and two en-suite wetrooms (one on the ground floor) come with Grohe thermostatic rain showers, heated towel rails and under floor heating.
A real delight is the private courtyard garden, ideal for BBQs or relaxing in the hot tub whilst taking in the beautiful surroundings which include mature cedar, pine, redwood and walnut trees. The garden and its surroundings are a haven for wildlife with squirrels, an array of birds including robins, blackbirds, sparrows and wag tails. You may be lucky enough to spot the odd herring in summer months.
Complimentary welcome pack, featuring local Welsh produce, milk, eggs, bread and more
Bed linen & towels provided, please bring your own beach towels
Complimentary toilet rolls, dishwasher tabs / liquid, & hand wash
Larder basics including tea, coffee, sugar herbs & spices and oil
Kitchen & table ware incl. wine glasses, champagne flutes and ice bucket
Gas central heating & under floor heating throughout the entire ground floor and first floor en-suite and family bathroom
Logs and kindling for the wood burning stove
Washing machine, dryer and iron plus ironing board
Private off street parking for 3 cars
High chair and stair gate available
Shops & pubs 5 min walk away
Beach 1 minutes walk away
Sorry no pets and no smoking
Old Colwyn features a high street with a traditional bakers, butchers and several pubs. Convenience stores and supermarkets are within a 10 minuteS walk from the property.
WHAT TO SEE:
Old Colwyn beach, less than 1 minute flat walk
Port Erias with its sandy beach, water sports centre and award winning bistro by Michelin stared chef, Bryn Williams is just a 15 to 20 minute flat walk along the sea front. Also features a sandy beach and children's play area
Erias Park / Stadium 20 minute walk (concert & rugby venue)
Welsh Mountain Zoo (3 miles / 9 mins)
Rhos on Sea (3 miles / 9 mins)
Llandudno (9 miles / 15 mins)
Bodelwyddan Castle (11 miles / 13 mins)
Surf Snowdonia (13 miles / 25 mins)
Zipworld (17 miles / 29 mins)
Snowdonia national park (19 miles / 33 mins)
All distance / time is approximate and as stated by google maps
Colwyn Bay railway station - 20 minute flat walk along sea front.
Served by Arriva and Virgin with direct trains to London Euston, Chester, Liverpool and Manchester
Road, we are situated minutes from Junction 22 of the A 55
Airports (by road):
Manchester 69 miles
Liverpool - 60 miles
Prior to your arrival we will provide directions and instructions on how to access the property. A manual is provided on how to operate appliances etc and what to see in the local area.
Check in time:15:00
Check out time:10:00
Damage deposit £350
No booking fees
If you have any questions about check-in or check-out times, please contact the owner/manager.