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Orme Side House
26a Ty Gwyn Rd
North Wales

LL30 2QR | View map

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Orme Side House - Self Catering Holiday accommodation located on the lower slopes of the Great Orme overlooking the coastal town of Llandudno in all its splendour. With its two blue flag beaches, pier, tram way, cable car, copper mine and ski run within walking distance there are also many other walks starting at your front door. The accommodation consists of a three story modern town house with off road parking. Front door at ground level leading to ground floor bedroom sleeping two, with its own toilet and sink. Upstairs to hallway leading to lounge/dining room, kitchen with back door leading to rear patio with seating area. Up another flight of stairs to bedroom 1 which can be either a superking double or twin with its own en-suite. Bedroom 2, which has two single beds, - family three piece bathroom on landing .Facilitis include:Full gas central heating, Washing machine, frigde, microwave, music centre, colour TV, Bed linen is supplied Gas and Electricity are on metres first £10 worth included in price, Towels can be hired at £2.50 per person per week.Please note:- No Smoking Sorry No pets allowed

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