The Beach Penthouse boasts breath taking panoramic views of the sea, islands and coastal wildlife. The luxury self catering accommodation in the Welsh coastal town of Llanfairfechan County Conwy provides comfortable beds and quality furniture to enhance the special environment.
What is so unique about our penthouse is the front of the apartment is oval which allows for panoramic uninturupted views across the sea. Views from the lounge window face Anglesey whilst the smaller bedroom looks directly out across the sea to Puffin Island and the large bedroom looks more easterly towards The Great Orme. The sound of the waves crashing on the beach will help you fall asleep. Oak floors and leather sofas have created a comfortable and luxurious ambience in the apartment. The beds are also oak with high quality mattresses pillows and linen. The kitchen is modern and fully equipped for your needs. The bathroom is spacious bright and modern.
It is 42 steps from the promenade to enter our penthouse. The stairs to the top are communal. To the rear of the property is your parking area. No 4
Interaction with guests
We live just 100 meters away and are just a phone call or text away to provide you with any advice or help should you require it. We make an effort to support our visitors and ensure they enjoy their holiday. We have found our visitors choose to return the following year when they get a good service.
Other things to note
Do be aware of the 42 steps which you have to climb to get to the penthouse entrance door. Clearly it is not suitable for the infirm. Also be aware that the small bedroom which has a double bed (suitable for adults) has no room for a wardrobe. Cases can fit under the bed. There is a small wardrobe in the large bedroom. Other people live in the building so we ask that visitors to be considerate of their needs.
NO SMOKING OR PETS ALLOWED IN THE BUILDING.
Our property is strictly non smoking and we do not allow any pets into the building. The penthouse is part of a residential building with people who go to work in the morning. We ask our visitors to be considerate of the neighbours.