Lympley Lodge Apartment

NORTH WALES is famous for it's combination of seaside resorts, mountains and lakes. There are fine castles at Conwy, Caernarvon, and Beaumaris - all commenced by Edward 1 from about 1280. Caernarvon Castle is regarded as one of the finest examples in Britain. SNOWDON, the highest and finest mountain in the southern portion of Great Britain, has five peaks - although the name Snowdon is popularly reserved for the Wyddfa, the central and loftiest point, 3,560 feet above sea-level. There are five principal paths to the summit, with varying ease. There is the famous Mountain Railway - Britain's highest rack railway, which has been running since 1896. On a clear day, the view extends to Ireland, the Isle of Man, and heights in Cumberland.
In addition, there are houses and gardens administered by The National Trust, and Portmeirion Village - created by the architect Clough Williams - Ellis from 1925 to 1976 with 70 acres of woodland, and with miles of woodland and coastal walks.
There are also several "narrow gauge" railways powered by industrial steam and diesel loco's to delight both young and old!

LLANDUDNO has long been known as "The Queen of Welsh Resorts". It has much to offer: good shops and good restaurants too. There is a wonderful promenade and pier, and a scenic bay. "The longest cable car in Britain" glides to the summit of the Great Orme with it's ancient history - the oldest metal mine open to the public in the world. Llandudno's Great Orme Tramway is Britain's only cable-hauled street Tramway comprising of four of the original Victorian Tramcars. There is a first-rate theatre, conference and exhibition centre. Three golf courses within 15 minutes.
LYMPLEY LODGE is well situated for touring North Wales. Betws-y- Coed is 35 minutes drive, and Llanberis - in the heart of Snowdonia, and Beaumaris and Caernarvon a mere 45 minutes away. Conwy should not be missed.

The ground floor apartment is fully self-contained; has it's own entrance and overlooks a courtyard with a small lawn and fruit trees. It is spacious and quiet.
The local bus stop is nearby, and summer services are frequent to all parts.

There is a well equipped kitchen with a dining area; a full-sized cooker as well as a microwave oven; a fridge and a washing machine. The newly renovated shower room has a large shower cubicle, with plenty of light and mirrors.

The sitting room is charming and restful, with a television and DVD player; a selection of books and DVD's.

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Lympley Lodge Apartment
Colwyn Road Llandudno Conwy LL30 3AL Wales
phone: 01492 549304 fax:

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Aug 30 - Oct 31 £335 per week
Nov 1st - Dec 19 £300 per week


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