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Craiglwyd Bach, Bryn Gwynt Lane, Penrhynside, Llandudno, Conwy, LL30 3DA

Description of the holiday cottage

Visitor reviews for Craiglwyd Bach, a self catering holiday home in Llandudno, Conwy. Craiglwyd Bach self catering property in Llandudno with 1 bedroom, sleeps 2 and has 1 bathroom. Craiglwyd Bach in Llandudno has broadband with prices from £238 and has a garden and a television.

Best Features

Sleeps: from 1 to 2

Pets: Yes

Contact Details

Contact Name: Sykes Cottages

Telephone: 01244 746200

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2 of 6 people found this review helpful
Recommended?   Date of visit: 12/2022
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Beautiful romantic cottage with lodge burner and sea views, what more could you ask for more!

The owners are lovely, and easy to contact.

Loved the little touches of milk, tea, coffee, sugar, Welsh cakes and dog biscuits, so it was lovely to have a brew after driving up.

Two pubs in walking distant, would really recommend the queens head pub for food which is about 5 mins drive away.

I would really recommend this place and will book again in the future!

Thank you

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Review Added by: Review Added: 07.12.2022
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3 of 6 people found this review helpful
Recommended?   Date of visit: 09/2019
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Positives - The cottages has lovely views, the owner Robin was very friendly and shared lots of information on places to visit around North Wales. Avery nice gesture on arrival - cake and dog biscuits. Kitchen and Bathroom very clean, bedroom spacious.

Negatives - Driving to the cottage is not for the faint hearted - its very steep and narrow and not easy to get to. If you didn't want to attempt the single track approach you were told there is plenty of parking in the village including on the village hall - this was not the case the little streets had cars parked all the way up and the village car park was tiny and full

Lounge too small for the furniture, tired and outdated the room was cold and not big enough for two medium sized dogs.

When we booked the cottage - we searched for a cottage near dog friendly beaches with a local pub within walking distance - our intention to spend the day site seeing, walking the dogs on the beach returning to the cottage around 5ish to get showered to walk to the pub for a few drinks and a meal. All beaches are lovely and within driving distance (not walking) which is not good when you return and there is no where to park, there are two pubs within walking distance neither serve food and both lack atmosphere - if you want an evening meal (other than cook it yourself) you have to drive. No shop or facilities within walking distance. Nothing to do in the evening other than sit in the cottage unless you drive (and then you face the parking issue on return).

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Review Added by: Review Added: 03.09.2019
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1 of 5 people found this review helpful
Recommended?   Date of visit: 11/2017
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just returned from a week away, celebrating our wedding anniversary. beautiful cottage tucked away in penrhynside. great facilities, parked in village hall, short walk to cottage no problem. cottage has everything you need, clean, cosy and lovely and warm. lovely little patio garden, safe for dogs. 2 dog friendly pubs close by. beautiful walks on your doorstep which our lurcher thoroughly enjoyed. llandudno was within walking distance. short distance to little orme with chance to see the seals. fantastic time, already booked to come back just need to stay longer as there is so much to see and do. thanks robin and fiona for a great stay.

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Review Added by: Review Added: 17.11.2017
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15 of 35 people found this review helpful
Recommended?  Definitely Date of visit: 05/2015
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Right from the start we were well looked after by the owners who met us to take us the last 300 yards to the cottage, which is up a hill and narrow lane and then helped us unload our car. We were then given a quick introduction to the what was in the cottage. We later found some milk and two slices of bara bree( cant spell) . The pictures didn't do justice to the bedroom which had a lovely super king size bed and didn't make the room feel small. The lounge area has a small table and chairs , a double settee and single chair which were comfortable for us, a

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13 of 31 people found this review helpful
Recommended?  Definitely Date of visit: 05/2014
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The cottage is very pretty and everything a historic cottage should be. But the access to this cottage is extremely steep and not for most older people.

Robin, the owner was very helpful on the first day. Unfortunately the weather for the first half of the week was very cold, wet and windy and we needed the woodburner. We were surprised to find out that wood was only suplied for the 1st day and that after that the guest book suggested that B&Q or a local builders merchant would be the place to go and buy some logs. Well, this was Sunday so we tried

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10 of 31 people found this review helpful
Recommended?  Definitely Date of visit: 02/2014
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Where to start?? This cottage is absolutely brilliant. We arrived early, but Robin ushered us in and showed us around, regardless. The place is clean and neat, and it feels very spacious for its size. The kitchen is well equipped; they even supply tea and coffee (AND a couple of gravy treats for the dog!!). The decor is exactly what you'd want: country cottage, antique furniture, solid floors, etc. The high ceilings and exposed beams are beautiful. The extra touches which Robin and Fiona supplied are really what made our stay special: they have left torches

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