Conwy | Tan Y Graig Holiday Home

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Tan Y Graig Holiday Home

Tan Y Graig Holiday Home has a 4 star rating
Iolyn Park, Conwy, United Kingdom LL32 8UX

Tan y Graig welcomes you to a luxury holiday home hidden away amidst the Conwy Valley and provides the ideal retreat in which to unwind! Set in approx. 12 acres of private hillside woodland, this modern caravan has all the facilities you need, with 3 bedrooms (including double electric blanket), comfortable accommodation, two small gardens, and its own secure parking spaces. FREE broadband internet & Sky TV. In any season of the year, the surrounding grounds boast a labyrinth of wooded pathways commanding breathtaking views across the mountains and river valleys of Snowdonia. Please note that due to the nature of the hillside woodland, children should be carefully supervised at all times.

We have been in the hospitality industry for over 30+ years and enjoy welcoming new guests to explore the Snowdonia mountain ranges along with the many growing activities to do in North Wales. We operate on a smallholding with conservation at the heart of everything we do, so with an abundance of wildlife in a peaceful environment, we are confident you will enjoy your stay.

Nearby, Conwy town has many attractions, including a 13th century Edwardian Castle and the smallest house in Britain. Six miles away, classy Llandudno hosts major department stores, a theatre, a pier, and sandy beaches, plus Bronze Age Copper Mines. Surf Snowdonia is one of the latest crazes just 10 minutes away, with Zip World further down the valley. And the picturesque Groes Inn - Wales's oldest and award-winning pub - is also just down the road for a fine meal and a long drink. If you enjoy walking, Snowdon is the highest mountain in Wales and England and not to be missed, but there are other mountains to climb, such as Tryfan (the testing ground for explorers of Everest) and the Carneddau Range. For the historically minded, North Wales is dominated by stone castles, but there are plenty of other properties to visit, like Port Meirion where the cult TV series "The Prisoner" was filmed, and the National Trust's Plas Newydd. Horse-riding, sailing, and exploring underground mines can always be found somewhere nearby, but if it's a sunny day, the sands of Llandudno and Penmaenmawr offer pure relaxation.

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