Number 14, luxury in the cobbled streets of Conwy

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  • 1 bedrooms
  • 1 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 2
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Bedrooms: 1

Bathrooms: 1

Sleeps: 2

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Number 14, luxury in the cobbled streets of Conwy

Proudly let by Great Escapes Wales.The ultimate indulgence, Number 14 is a romantic haven set in the cobbled lanes of Conwy. Behind the sash-windowed cottage exterior, the style is crisp and modern, but deliciously comfortably and cosy.

Everything you need for a luxurious break is included in the cottage from the modern kitchen, and king sized bed, to the steam sauna shower room. But the ultimate indulgence is your very own giant hot tub, housed in a purpose-designed log cabin. Number 14 is a haven for romantics, nestling in a quiet cobbled lane and guarded by Conwy’s 13th century walls and mighty castle.

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Number 14, luxury in the cobbled streets of Conwy
Conwy, North Wales, Wales

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With a foreboding castle and picturesque quay, set against a stunning mountainous backdrop, the medieval walled town of Conwy, and it's beautiful surrounding countryside is the perfect location for your holiday. Whatever you want to do, such as explore the mountains and shores, or go sightseeing, or whether you just want to relax and enjoy great food and wine, whilst taking in the ambience, you will find that Conwy County caters for all. Only 75 minutes drive from Manchester International Airport, Conwy is easily accessible by train or car and with a range of holiday accommodation to suit all budgets and tastes, the County of Conwy is a real treasure waiting to be discovered. Where else could you explore some of the best preserved castles in Europe, the majestic Victorian splendour of Llandudno, historic houses, the haunting beauty of the Snowdonia mountains, bustling villages (where you may hear Welsh, Europe's oldest living language spoken) ... alongside festivals, art galleries, restaurants and excellent shopping ... it is simply breathtaking.

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