Self Catering in Clwyd - Rhos-on-Sea
Areas: North Wales
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Pricing From: £251.00
This lovely, ground floor apartment is set within the owner's home in a quiet cul-de-sac, less than half a mile from Rhos-on-Sea, with two bedrooms able to accommodate four people.
Treetops is a wonderful, ground floor apartment within the owners' home, in a quiet cul-de-sac just outside the centre of Rhos-on-Sea on the coastline of North Wales. The property has two bedrooms, a king-size double and a twin, as well as a family bathroom. There is a kitchen and a sitting room with a flame-effect gas fire and a dining area where you can sit and plot the day's activities over breakfast, or indulge in a glass of wine or two with dinner after a busy, fun-filled day.
Outside, there is a patio with furniture where you can dine in the sunshine, there's also parking and storage for bikes and kayaks. In a great spot for exploring the beautiful, rural coastline of Conwy, Treetops is a must for a family holiday or a getaway with friends.
RECENT CUSTOMER REVIEWS
This was a pleasant place to stay! The property smelt lovely when we first arrived but it was later replaced by a horrible smell from the leather coach and chair! It was during a heat wave so I don't know if that made a difference to any beeswax treatment etc, Also no locks on the toilet and bathroom which was embarrassing for a group of adults. Other than that it was a pleasant stay!
Lovely quiet location
The walk down to the promenade is a gentle 10 minutes stroll, and only 25 minutes if you go via the shops. The promenade itself is lovely and wide and you can walk a fair distance in either direction.
Stayed here with another couple and it is so peaceful and relaxing. The apartment has everything you could need, including a bottle of wine and milk on arrival. We had a Sainsbury's shopping delivery - the driver struggled to find us, but he's been now so should be easier for the next people to order - lol.
The only real downsides to the actual apartment are that it could probably do with new mattresses - the double bed has roll-together, whilst you can feel all the springs on the single beds; the toilet and bathroom doors don't have locks on them - probably ideal if you are visiting with young children but not so much when you are sharing with another couple; the DVD player is actually a PlayStation whatever, and doesn't appear to work properly - not really a problem as we were out most of the time.
If you're looking for a relaxing break and don't mind a little walking, this is the ideal place to stay. Less than an hour's drive to Snowdonia - check out the free Slate museum - actually a lot better than it sounds; on a lovely coastline, though don't try to get to other beaches on a Sunday afternoon, lol.
Thanks Sean for a nice stay in your apartment - hopefully this review will help others realise that it is close enough to the beach etc.
A lovely apartment very spacious in a quiet location overlooking trees at the back.
Everything was very clean on arrival nice to come to after a long journey.
In the fridge was a bottle of wine and a pint of milk which was an added touch. The apartment has free wi fi which is good if you need it.
Shaun the owner was very helpful telling you everything you needed to know about the apartment and the surrounding areas.
Outside the apartment the front does need tidying up a bit by the entrance perhaps some more pots of flowers ect. But thats just a minor detail.
Distance to seafront and shops is more than 15 minutes walk down hill
Issues with damp
Although we found this property to be spacious and comfortable in many ways (lounge, bathroom, kitchen and size of main bedroom), two things needed immediate attention in our opinion. There was an unpleasant musty smell of damp in the entrance hall and small bedroom and the mattresses definitely need replacing. (The drawers in that bedroom also need replacing.) The TV was of good quality, WiFi and bottle of wine was welcome. We would consider a return visit if these matters were attended to as Rhos on Sea is a great place and makes a good base to explore Wales. Very disappointed with Sykes Cottages as they have not published my review on their site despite contacting them several times. Won?t book through them again.
We have been holidaying in Wales for 40 years but have never stayed in Rhos before. Though very 'up', Treetops was a wonderful location and appropriately named, as well as value for money.
Gas central heating
Electric double oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, TV with Freeview, WiFi
Fuel and power inc in rent
Bed linen and towels inc in rent
Front patio with furniture
Sorry, no pets and no smoking
Shops and pub 8 mins walk
Note: Sloped parking and some steps down to the apartment, those with limited mobility should take care
Note: The A55 is close by, some road noise may be heard
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