This is a unique and charming Victorian dwelling which gives an eagle’s eye view of Llandudno.

It has been sympathetically updated by the present owner to provide a home with many interesting features and lots of character. Situated on the slopes of the Great Orme, it has a soaring view of the town and its seascape, both over the North and West Shores, Conwy Estuary and Snowdonia beyond.

Access is through an arched entrance leading to a vestibule. Double doors open into a dining and reception room, this delightful space has a mosaic tiled floor. A spacious lounge has an open fire place, and period decor plus large sash windows taking full advantage of the superb views.

The home has a cosy cottage style kitchen with timber units and Belfast sink. The ground floor also includes a cloakroom and rear hallway leading to the rear yard.

Stairs lead up to the first floor landing which is split into two levels, this is almost a room in itself, with space for an office, storage cupboards and a skylight window. The delightful period bathroom has a roll top bath and Victorian style fixtures and fittings. The impressive master bedroom has a grand and unusual fireplace dating back to 1897, plus an en suite shower room with a splendid stained glass window. The second bedroom is also full of period features with alcove storage and feature fireplace.

Pen Y Bryn, 8 Cwlach Road, Llandudno, price: offers over £300,000. t Dafydd Hardy, 16 Trinity Square, Llandudno, tel: 01492 871551, email:, or visit