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Ty Ucha'r Ffordd
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Sleeps: 3
No of Bedrooms: 2
Low Season: £POA
High Season: £POA

Ty Ucha'r Ffordd is a quaint stone cottage which offers holiday accommodation for two people plus one child, situated in a secluded location above the Eglwysbach valley, Ty Ucha'r Ffordd cottage offers beautiful countryside and woodland views. Although the cottage is compact, it has been sympathetically extended to provide generous openings between the main rooms. It also has the unusual...

Sleeps: 3

No of Bedrooms: 2

Low Season: £POA

High Season: £POA

 

Colwyn Bay Tourist Information
Colwyn Bay (Bae Colwyn) is a wonderful seaside resort which is positioned about half way between Abergele to the East, and the Victorian seaside town of Llandudno to the Northwest.

Colwyn Bay Beach
Colwyn Bay is blessed with a spacious stretch of golden sandy beach, here you'll find plenty of legroom to stretch out without feeling on top of other beachgoers. Unfortunately (if you have your dog with you), your furry friend is not allowed on Colwyn Bay Beach from May to September between the Victoria Pier and the entrance to Eirias Park. The beach is backed by a three-mile-long promenade that stretches from Old Colwyn around the sweep of the Bay to Rhos-on-Sea, perfect for a lovely long daytime or evening stroll whilst taking in the salty sea air drifting in from the Irish Sea.

As you would expect from a bustling seaside resort, Colwyn Bay has an excellent range of shops to browse around, with a good mix of independent and well-known high street retailers you can pick up all kinds of goodies like a meaningful souvenir or a pair of shorts and flip flops.

You can't really visit a seaside holiday destination like Colwyn Bay without having the obligatory candy floss and ice cream and of course, yummy fish and chips. Fortunately, the town provides a good range of cafes, restaurants, bistros and fast food outlets to cater to your every foodie need, these are complemented by a number of pubs in and around the town which serve tasty locally sourced traditional food and of course, excellent local ales.

Set on a hillside overlooking Colwyn Bay is the Welsh Mountain Zoo, it's a marvellous conservation zoo that cares for many rare and endangered species from around the world including Snow Leopards, Chimpanzees, Red Pandas and Sumatran Tigers.

If you're looking to escape the hustle and bustle of the town and crave tranquillity, Pwllycrochan Woods provides the ideal escape. Located just behind the town, this fifty one-acre woodland offers some leisurely circular walks where you'll come across varied wildlife as well as a variety of native trees and exotic species such as sweet chestnut.

In a nutshell - Colwyn Bay offers everything for a perfect, fun-packed and memorable family holiday in North Wales!

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