The rear of the building gives access to the Airbnb property via a private entrance. You will additionally find an outbuilding with tiled floor here too, the ideal place to securely park cycles and keep one’s boots and other paraphernalia. You are led from the outbuilding to the exterior courtyard, furnished with a seating / dining bench, before stepping down to a modest courtyard housing the main entrance to the holiday accommodation.
Stepping into the property through the main entrance, you will be met with a utility and boot room, boasting original slate floor feature and a recess with slate plinth. The utility room is equipped with an automatic washing machine and dryer. This area is heated.
Access to the first floor via the stairs, you pass an exposed stone wall which creates a wonderfully attractive feature.
The first-floor landing has access to one of the bathrooms. Furnished with a low-level WC, pedestal wash basin, corner panel and bath and step in shower cubicle with a plumbed shower. Panelled walls, a sizeable led mirror and traditional style towel radiator. A ceiling window provides extra light here too.
As you progress through the first floor, mostly laid to wood, you will find a window overlooking the rear of the property, creating that feeling of light and space. The inner landing has ample storage facilities and gives access to the stairs leading to the second floor. One radiator.
Traditional bench seating around the walls can be observed in the lounge and we continue the wooden floor theme here, as found on the first floor. A bay window with seating to the front of the property and an exposed stone feature with TV and a fireplace recess.
Open access into the well-equipped kitchen area. A breakfast bar to one side, with the other side encompassing kitchen units with a five ring Rangemaster electric hob, 2 electric ovens situated below, 1 1/2 bowl sink, built-in dishwasher and space for a freestanding fridge freezer. The base, wall and drawer units are finished in cream with accompanying wooden style worksurfaces. Panelled splashbacks to all walls create an attractive feature.
The second-floor landing enjoys a window to the rear, again creating a light and airy space. Access to the first of the double bedrooms, well-appointed with a double bed, bedside tables, and other pieces of furniture. Window to the rear.
A shower room can be found to the front of the second-floor landing, comprising of a low-level WC, pedestal wash basin, step in shower cubicle with plumbed shower, led mirror, panel ceilings and chrome towel radiator.
Twin bedroom with two beds and a window to the front, radiator, pleasantly furnished.
We consider this next room to be the master bedroom with a double bed and accompanying bedside units and hanging space. Ensuite shower room comprising of a low-level WC, pedestal wash basin and step in shower cubicle with plumbed shower. Led mirror, panelled walls.
Access to the third floor via a 180° staircase. You will find two further bedrooms, the first of which has two twin beds, Velux window, hanging space and a radiator. A double bedroom is featured here too with Velux window to the front, double bed, bedside tables, and other furnishings.
The ground floor offers a 740 sq ft (69 m2) retail unit with a 4.5m shop front, all very close to the town centre and within very easy reach of the town centre parking. The unit has been used as an optician and is fitted out to a high standard. Within the unit three enclosed rooms for private office / consulting. The rear of the unit offers kitchen and bathroom facilities. There is access from here to the cellar, this provides plenty of useful storage space.
In a nutshell. Handsome, historic town, ‘capital’ of the verdant Vale of Conwy.
Llanrwst’s three-arched bridge across the Conwy, thought to be the work of famed 16/17th-century architect Inigo Jones, is the first thing to catch the eye. It leads across the clear-flowing waters to Tu Hwnt i’r Bont, a beautifully restored 15th-century house now owned by the National Trust. History is thick on the ground wherever you look.
The most prized of many treasures in Gwydir Chapel, St Grwst’s Church, is a weighty stone coffin said to have been that of Llywelyn the Great, the revered 13th-century Prince of Gwynedd.
Another chapel – Gwydir Uchaf – in woods close to the town is noted for its striking ceiling paintings.
The word ‘Gwydir’ crops up a lot locally. A visit to Gwydir Castle, once home of the all-powerful Wynn family, is an authentic and atmospheric experience. This grand Tudor manor, a rarity in Wales, was built on an historic site of great antiquity.
Then there’s the Gwydyr Forest, a woodland latticed with scenic waymarked trails like the Lady Mary Walk, which introduces you to local history and characters like Dafydd ap Siencyn, the forest’s own ‘Robin Hood’. Go onward and upward and eventually you’ll come to two lovely, little-visited lakes, Llyn Geirionydd and Llyn Crafnant.
Back in town, you’ll find an attractive range of independent shops selling everything from books to artisan and specialist foods.
Within very reasonable traveling distance of the property is the Adventure Parc Snowdonia - There are few places on the planet where you are guaranteed perfect consistent surf, but as good fortune would have it one of them is near Llanrwst. Adventure Parc Snowdonia is home to our world-first surf lagoon and the only guaranteed surf breaks in the UK
The Snowdonia National Park is a few minutes' drive bringing to the property's doorstep thousands of miles of mountain trails and paths.
Equally the Conwy coastline is within easy reach.
This town and the property are really at the centre of things!
Llanrwst, Conwy, Gwynedd, Wales, United Kingdom is a Gwynedd luxury Single Family Home listed for sale GBP 325,000. This high end Gwynedd Single Family Home is comprised of 5 bedrooms and 3 baths. Find more luxury properties in Gwynedd or search for luxury properties for sale in Gwynedd.