This delightful, detached cottage near the coast in Rhos-on-Sea, sleeps up to 12 people in five bedrooms.
Meadway House is a superb, detached cottage set a short stroll from the coast in Rhos-on-Sea, North Wales. The cottage has five bedrooms, two of which have en-suites, two a first floor family bathroom, a shower room and a WC in the utility on the ground floor. The property can sleep up to 12 people in total.
There is also a kitchen with a breakfast bar and a dining area, a sitting room with a sofa bed and a woodburner, plus a first floor games room with a football table and a sofa bed if required. Outside, there is off road parking for two cars along with an enclosed patio garden area with furniture. Just a short stroll from Meadway House will bring you to the coast, the small family-friendly sandy beach, the promenade and the excellent coastal cycle route.
RECENT CUSTOMER REVIEWS
Excellent. Had a brilliant 5 nights here.over the bank holiday weekend.accommodation was perfect for our needs.
House was spotless and very welcoming,had everything we needed,including milk,cookies and cake to welcome us on our arrival.The games room was well used in an evening by everyone,also the bbq.Totally perfect. mrbusy 2018-05-12
Brilliant for a family break This was a full family break with my wife and dog, both sons and their wives and my granddaughter. We spent a long time selecting the right cottage and Meadway house was definitely it. It is sited virtually on the front so location couldn't be better. The decor sets it as a holiday home with lovely seaside pictures on the walls and curtains with yachts etc fully setting the holiday scene. There is loads of space for everyone and the real highlight is the games room with a quality table football game , an table top arcade video game with all the old favourites including space invaders, pacman and arcanoid. and a selection of other great games. There's also a wi with games but we never actually got to use that. A very important point for us was adequate bathrooms and with 2 en-suite bedrooms, a lovely family bathroom an extra shower and a downstairs loo we were well catered for. RobB308 2017-06-02
Perfect House for our Big Family Christmas We were looking for accommodation for a Christmas group of 11 - eight big people and three young children. We chose Meadway for what we saw as the combination of space and flexibility with price. We were not disappointed.
If you are looking for a country home in a romantic, scenic location with impressive views, Meadway is not it. Rhos-on-Sea has a suburban feel, being mainly 1930s-ish housing between Colwyn Bay and Llandudno. The house itself fits into that mould perfectly: large and stolid and towny, it could be in Watford or Manchester or Hove.
But... if you need a place which can absorb a group of nearly a dozen people, have space for people to lose themselves away from the crowd, all sit round one dining table, with a kitchen fit to feed Christmas dinner to all, and wine glasses and crockery to match, Meadway may be for you.
Bedrooms are comfortable, two with en suite, plus an additional large bath/shower room and a toilet downstairs. The sub-family of five (parents with three small girls) found the bedroom-off-a-bedroom arrangement at the centre of the house really helpful - the girls were quiet at the back of the house and had to pass through their parents' room before making mayhem elsewhere.
The lounge is roomy enough for 12 people to open presents, watch a film or play a game. The dining room was in proportion, and we had our main meals there. Breakfasts were more spaced out and the eating area in the kitchen could take more than half of us at a time.
The big bonus whose value we didn't spot in advance was the games room. TV/video, darts, proper table football were all popular, but it was the retro arcade unit with Pacman and Space Invaders that attracted the younger residents. Great to see my granddaughter enjoying the classics!
Locally, there is plenty to do. On foot we explored the beach and the town, looked at St Trillo's tiny church, went to midnight mass at St George's, and the puppet and conjuring show (at the only permanent puppet theatre in the UK) and climbed the Little Orme - a cracking walk on a cold, bright and blowy Boxing Day. By car we went to Llandudno - beachcombing, fish and chips on the prom and all the delights of the pier. That is all very close - and the whole of Snowdonia is on your doorstep if you want to drive a bit further.
Communication with the owners was exemplary - texts always had rapid and helpful replies. We felt well looked-after throughout our stay.
We will stay again if we have a similar group to look after. LawranceTraveller 2017-01-04
Rob/John/Moore holiday Beautiful house ,well equipped .play room was great for big and small children ....lounge was a great relaxing and place to get together .. alison j 2016-10-11
Fantastic first stay in a holiday home with my family absolutely wonderful everything and needs catered for very impressed beautiful house would love to live there my husband and I are now planning to move to Wales long term rent with our 2 dogs wonderful stay day of leaving 6 Aug met the 2 lovely cleaners jane c 2016-08-09
Parking Space Linen provided Towels provided Dishwasher Cooker Fridge Washing Machine Television High Chair Cot WiFi
Single Beds 3
Double Beds 3
Twin Beds 2
Gas central heating with woodburning stove Electric double oven, gas hob, microwave, two fridges, two freezers, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, 2 x Smart TVs, DVDs, WiFi Fuel, power and starter pack for stove inc in rent Bed linen and towels inc in rent, please bring own beach towels Highchair, travel cot and stairgate on request Off road parking for 2 cars Enclosed patio with furniture and BBQ One well-behaved pet welcome Sorry, no smoking Shops and pubs 5 mins walk Note: Bathroom is on a half landing and shower room is accessed up and down 3 steps Note: Twin room can only be accessed via the double room with basin
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