Overview of Claremont ..
A beautiful pink house in the popular seaside village of Llanfairfechan. Situated on the colourful Promenade with stunning views out to Anglesey, Puffin Island and the Great Orme – and the most amazing sunsets! Llanfairfechan is the perfect base for exploring North Wales, and has plenty to offer nearby for the more chilled-out days.
Recently renovated to the highest standard – original features have been kept while bringing a contemporary feel with carefully curated interiors. Each room has been lovingly designed,creating a wonderfully unique retreat with an eclectic mix of stylish wallpaper, tiles and furniture.
On arrival to the Promenade you will see the row of colourful houses overlooking the sea which is where Claremont is situated. Walk into the house to find an original Victorian hallway with the addition of striking tiles that set the tone for the rest of the house. The first room on your right is a brand-new kitchen diner that has been added, creating the perfect entertaining space.
The dining area looks out to the sea, and in the evening you can watch the sun set with uninterrupted views out across to Anglesey.
A bar divides the dining room and kitchen, providing a lovely social area when cooking. The kitchen has a quartz worktop and encaustic tiles, giving it that wow factor, and there is an induction hob, electric oven, American-style fridge freezer, Roberts vintage-style radio, and plenty of crockery and glasses.
Also on the ground floor is a gorgeous shower room and the first of four distinct bedrooms, featuring a king-size bed. Back through the hall and up the stairs you will be met on the left by a laundry room, a WC and the second bedroom – which has a triple bunk (1 double and 1 single), comfortably sleeping 2 adults or 2-3 children. On the right you will head towards the master bedroom,which has another king-size bed. Next to this you will find a large luxurious lounge with a beautiful mix of vintage and new furnishings, smart TV, and spectacular views. At the top of a small flight of stairs you will find the final king-size bedroom and a brand-new bathroom with a roll-top bath and shower.
Like the rest of the house, all the flooring is newly installed and the property has been fitted with high-quality carpets – especially on the stairs.
The main entrance to the building is up a small flight of outdoor steps, and the interior is of typical Victorian design and layout.
The back garden has just been landscaped, and like the rest of the house offers a gorgeous area to relax – and is a real suntrap in the warmer months.
Located in Llanfairfechan, an idyllic seaside town on the North coast, the 'gateway' to the adventure capital of Wales, Snowdonia. With amazing places to dine out during the day or evening, local shops where you can source items such as plastic free goods and an abundance of activities on the doorstep. There is also a train station at Llanfairfechan so you can easily explore further afield
Eating & Drinking..Planning a holiday to Claremont and would like to know some of the best places to eat out? Or eat in at your property?
Have a look at some of our recommendations from fine dining to pub grub to hand delivered food platters - we have got it all covered here!
Seagrass Beach Cafe, Llanfairfechan
A beach cafe located on the promenade in Llanfairfechan, offering a range of healthy snacks and meals, and open as a bistro in the evenings.
The Pavilion Cafe, Llanfairfechan
This historic building overlooks the coastline and provides a wide menu selection, has a wide range of delicious ice-cream and is also licenced. The cafe is open daily throughout the spring, summer and autumn season.
Johnny Doughs, Llanfairfechan
The home of wood-fired pizza in North Wales. Created to order using delicious local ingredients and baked right in front of you in our wood-fired ovens.
Yr Hen Felin, Abergwyngregin (2 miles)
A welcoming, community cafe based in the centre of a beautiful village.
The Gladstone, Dwygfylchi (4 miles)
Traditional village Inn serving a delicious selection of meals in relaxed surroundings with a great beer garden overlooking the Menai Straits.
Cinnamon Balti, Llanfairfechan
Harvest Moon, Llanfairfechan
Stella House Fish & Chips, Penmaenmawr
Fish & chip shop.
Local Shops / Supermarket
Nood Food, Llanfairfechan
Zero waste shop that offers you a chance to buy every day groceries plastic-free.
Things To Do ..
Check out some recommended places to visit in the locality of Claremont ..
Adventure Park Snowdonia, Dolgarrog (14 miles)
Nature-inspired, high-thrills adventure experiences for all ages. Weatherproof family fun. Adrenaline Indoors includes a separate soft play zone for younger visitors.â
Zip World, Llanrwst (20 miles)
For the thrill seekers amongst you head to Zip World for an activity filled fun day out. Make sure you try out the fastest zip line in the world.. if you're feeling brave!
Welsh Mountain Zoo, Colwyn Bay (12 miles)
Born as a small family run business by the Jackson family in 1963, the Welsh Mountain Zoo - also known as the National Zoo of Wales, is the oldest and most established Zoo in Wales.â
Greenwood Family Park, Caernarfon (11 miles)
An award-winning family fun adventure park celebrating the beauty of nature through eco-friendly and sustainable entertainment, using green energy produced by the sun, water and even humans.
Bodnant Garden, Conwy (12 miles)
Bodnant Garden is a National Trust property near Tal-y-Cafn, Conwy, Wales, overlooking the Conwy Valley towards the Carneddau mountains. Founded in 1874 and developed by five generations of one family, it was given to the National Trust in 1949.
Portmeirion Village, Portmeirion (38 miles)
Portmeirion was created by a Welsh architect from 1925 to 1976 to show how a naturally beautiful site could be developed without spoiling it. Portmeirion village and gardens is one of Wales' premier visitor attractions, welcoming over 200,000 visitors every year.
Lleyn Peninsula (40 miles)
From sea stacks to hill forts, sandy beaches to heritage sites, the LlÅ·n Peninsula offers some of the best scenery in Wales.â
Abersoch (43 miles) & Pwllheli (37 miles)
Idyllic & popular coastal towns on the Lleyn Peninsula.
Harlech Castle, Gwynedd (44 miles)
Harlech Castle crowns a sheer rocky crag overlooking the dunes far below – waiting in vain for the tide to turn and the distant sea to lap at its feet once again.
Snowdonia National Park (9 miles)
Home to Yr Wyddfa (Snowdon) the highest mountain in Wales & England at 3,560 ft. Snowdonia is also the adventure capital of Wales, you can experience the worlds fastest zip wire at Zip World or ride the perfect wave at Adventure Park in a 300 metre lagoon. With over 100 attractions for you to choose from there is a large choice to fill your days with plenty of activity & outdoor opportunities.
Anglesey (11.5 miles)
Anglesey is jam-packed with things to do. Explore Anglesey's beautiful landscapes, hit the coastal path, relax in a spa and take in the sights.
Additional Information ..Do you want to know a little bit more on what Claremont has included before arriving?
Then look no further we have all the information you could possibly need right here!
Check In / Check Out
Standard check in is from 4pm & check out is by 10am.
1 x ground floor king size bedroom
1 x first floor king size bedroom
1 x first floor king size bedroom
1 x bunk room with double lower bed & single upper bed
Linen & Towels
All bed linen & bath towels are provided.
If you planning on heading to the beach, please bring your own beach towels!
Travel Cots & Highchairs
A travel cot (no bedding) and high chair available on request.
The rear garden is accessed via the basement from where you step out into back garden. Paved area with table and chairs for four and small lawn. The front garden has seating for eight with outdoor sofas and a table with a paved area in the centre of the lawn. This is a shared garden area and guests should keep to the Claremont side of the space and respect the residents' space on the other side of the path.
Modern, well-equipped kitchen with electric oven and induction hob, American fridge-freezer, dishwasher, toaster, kettle and cafetiere. Breakfast bar with two stools. Dining area with wonderful sea views with table and chairs for eight.
First floor sitting room with beautiful sea views complete with a three seater and two seater sofas, three armchairs, sideboard and Smart TV.
Ground floor shower room with shower, basin, WC and heated towel rail. Separate WC with basin located on the turn of the stairs between the ground and first floor. First-floor family bathroom with bath and shower over, basin, WC and heated towel rail.
Small first-floor utility cupboard with washer-dryer, clothes airer, iron, ironing board, hoover and hairdryer.
You are more than welcome to bring bicycles, these can be stored in the basement. Bikes must be brought in through the back door and care taken not to damage the paintwork.
This property has Wi-Fi with good signal.
Gas central heating and hot water.
Off-road parking for up to three cars at the rear of the property.
A message from the Owners ..'' We're delighted you are taking the time to check out Claremont. This house is very special to us and has been my family for over 80 years. We have spent the last 3 years renovating the property extensively and breathing new life into the house. Each room has been lovingly designed, creating a wonderfully unique retreat with an eclectic mix of stylish wallpaper, tiles and furniture. It's been a real labour of love and we now use this as our own holiday home, enjoying time here with our family and friends. ''
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