Beech Developements - Gwel Y Mor, Dwygyfylchi, LL34
Welcome to this much awaited exciting, brand-new development. Each house style is built with you in mind and combines open plan living and family friendly interiors. This development also features a play park and allotments. It’s a beautiful part of the world to live in surrounded by breath-taking 360 degree views. Can you picture yourself living here at the gateway of Snowdonia National Park? There really is something for everyone right on your doorstep; golf, bowls, football, rugby, fishing, festivals, sailing, skate parks, cycling, paragliding, adrenaline junkies, walkers, climbers and photography. It’s a fantastic location less than five minutes from the seaside village of Penmaenmawr - which boasts a Blue Flag. Ten minutes from Conwy, less than 20 minutes from Llandudno and Bangor, only 30 minutes from Anglesey. Be in Chester within the hour or other nearby cities such a Liverpool and Manchester in an hour and a half. Catch the train to London and arrive in just three and a half hours. There are four large supermarkets to choose from, all accessible by car in less than 20 minutes - Tesco, Llandudno Junction, Asda, Llandudno, Marks & Spencer, Llandudno and Waitrose, Menai Bridge. There’s a whole host of shops, pubs and restaurants to choose from within walking distance of the development. The local Cineworld, Llandudno Junction is just 10 minute drive away and Venue Cymru, Llandudno is less than 20 minutes away. Many local schools to choose from and those looking for places of further education Colleg Llandrillo, Llanrillo – yn – Rhos and Bangor University, University are less than 20 minutes away too. The local historical town of Conwy is steeped in history with five National Trust properties; including Aberconwy House, Bodnant Gardens, Conwy Suspension Bridge, Ty’n-y-coed Uchaf, Ty Mawr Wybrnant. And, three CADW properties including; Conwy Castle, Conwy Town Wall, Plas Mawr Elizabethan Town House.
Gwel-Y-Mor Land off Ysguborwen Road, Dwygyfylchi, LL34 6RL (Site entrance adjacent to No1 Groesffordd)