26 Marine Crescent, Deganwy, Conwy, LL31 9BY
Built in the 19th century, this castellated former gentleman’s residence sits at the entrance to the beautiful Conwy Estuary. The location is equidistant between the historic cobbled medieval fishing village of Conwy, with its romantic Castle, and the charming Victorian seaside splendour of Llandudno and the Great Orme.
Graciously set across 2,000 sq ft and with direct access and views across the estuary, this home is sure to delight. Whilst you relish your proximity to the beach, let the children explore the rock pools. As you fix your gaze on the shimmering water, perhaps you’ll be lucky enough to spot a seal or two.
On the ground floor the formal dining room can seat up to nine guests around the ceremonious table. A log burner, Chesterfield sofa, refined armchairs, twinkling chandeliers and a huge polished mirror complete the look. A well-stocked bookcase comes complete with a library of novels all within easy reach. Dining becomes a true culinary occasion here – throw a log on the wood burner and savour the view as the boats slip serenely by in the estuary.
Retire to the first floor sitting room to relax and from the comfort of the sofa prepare for the drama that is sunset. Excitement builds as four generously proportioned windows flood the room with light. As the sun dips into the horizon across the estuary the room glows pastel pink and fiery red. Alternatively, charge your glass with wine, grab a blanket and head outside to the front deck. A gentle stroll along the promenade, will allow you to extract the very last moments of daylight before the estuary turns black.
Back indoors, and with the fire dying down its time to retire for the evening and re-charge the batteries after your day soaking up the sea air. Slumber awaits for up to seven guests in the main house arranged as three en-suite bedrooms and a small child’s bedroom. Two additional guests can be accommodated in the separate Beach Hut, the ground floor en-suite studio in the courtyard to the rear. Each bedroom is tastefully decorated in neutral tones, with a selection of artwork depicting either local scenes or glamour from a bygone era by Vetrianno.
View our video of The Buoys Beachside Residence below.
Below are some of the great comments that previous guests have said
"Wow!! We booked The Buoys for Christmas this year, best choice ever. It's the best holiday rental we've stayed at so far. It's a big beautiful Victorian house right on the beach, with fantastic sea views."
Sam S - December 2016
"A perfect house for a perfect holiday. The location is wonderful and the house so welcoming and well equipped. Thank you Lee & Barbara for everything."
Heath Family - October 2016
"Our 8th holiday in this wonderful house. We have had a lovely time. The cake and goodies marvellous. Thanks Lee for everything, see you again in 2017."
Linda, Peter, Penny, Jane, Mike & Dad - September 2016
"Ideal family accommodation for three generations ! We very much appreciated the goodies which were waiting for us on our arrival. The views are spectacular and we would definitely like to come back to stay again xx "
Joshua & Peter's Families - July 2016
"Fabulous week in The Buoys, perfect location with the most amazing sunsets. Lee made us very welcome on arrival and gave us plenty of ideas for places to visit..."
Gillian C - May 2016
"Fab...The house itself is very beautiful- the dining room layout was great for a family meal then the flexibility of the first floor lounge allows the kids to play & adults to relax."
Elizabeth K - March 2016
"Our boys always look forward to returning to The Buoys...Extremely comfortable & spacious accommodation. The views are spectacular & very interesting. The owner is so friendly & accommodating. The property is kept to a high standard. Very relaxing indeed!"
Alexander E - February 2016