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Daisy Cottage at Baron Hill Cottages
Bryn Pydew
Llandudno
North Wales

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Just a short 3 mile drive from the charming Victorian seaside town of Llandudno, a range of traditional farm buildings have been beautifully converted to create these two delightful cottages. Spacious and very comfortable, and enjoying their own individual gardens, they sit beside the owners' home in an elevated position commanding views over the coast to Penrhyn Bay – a wonderful location from which to explore this lovely corner of Wales. Bird watching, walking and riding are all popular activities here and a fine selection of golf courses can by found locally, whilst the magnificent mountain scenery and myriad exhilarating outdoor pursuits, including climbing and a high ropes course, can all be enjoyed in the Snowdonia National Park. Conwy's magnificent castle and medieval town walls (2 miles), glorious beaches, Bodnant Gardens and the Great Orme are all easily accessible. Shops 1˝ miles, pub ˝ mile.

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