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What our customers are saying about our Self Catering Holidays In North Wales.
- leicestereve, August 2014 - verified booking
"Dunromin is a lovely cottage easy to find. The Links hotel can be seen clearly as you approach the road. Dunromin is on the opposite side of the road easy to find. The drive is easy to drive into from both sides of the road. The entrance hall is well appionted with a spacious hanging rail with plenty of room for outdoor shoes. To the right is a spacious, light airy lounge with a log burning stove which will be lovely when lit in cold weather. Opposit the front door is a smallish but well appionted kitchen. Across the kitchen is the door to a small hall with a light ariy bath/shower room to the left, a twin room opposite and a small lounge to the right. This room has a conservatory to the left and a spiral staircase opposite. Upstairs is a single bedroom and a double ensuite bedroom. Throuth the conservatory is a patio with a large table and chairs. Beyond a low brick wall is a graveled area with 2 large wooden sheds and a rotary laundry line. Beyond this is a metal fence with a lawn beyond complete with 6 very young trees. The house is close to a convenience shop and a shopping centre and also the town centre and beach. Nearby is a theatre with entertainers of the ilk of Ken Dodd."
Miss Thompson - verified booking
"The long term arrogant tennant at number 2 - who parks so cottage number 1 and 3 cannot park ruined my holiday. Don’t even consider asking him to move forward or backwards slightly as he can park where he likes and will not move for anyone. Also if you are park in front of his cottage window /door he will bang on the window of your cottage for you to move it. Because of this My parking spot meant I was had to reverse in and out every time number 3 and 4 wanted to leave made worse by the fact that I’m on holiday, would maybe like to stay in bed and not have to get up and dressed before 8am to move my car. That aside yes the cottage was lovely, had lovely views of the estuary, was very spacious. It could have done with a few more towels as these was often still damp the next morning. But on a whole the parking experience stressed me out that much I would not come again."
- amanda13almond, September 2016 - verified booking
"We had a lovely weeks holiday at Dunromin from 26th August until 2nd September 2016. The house is within easy walking distance from the town and probably not much more than a 15 minute walk to the Pier. It was very spacious, with everything that you could need. A lovely bathroom. Great cooker! The house was nicely furnished. Very good off road parking with secure gate that you could also put across. The washing machine and rotary washing line were very useful. WiFi connection was good. I could find no fault with our holiday and certainly would not hesitate to book again. It was a wonderful house and we had a wonderful holiday."
- Michelle M, June 2015 - verified booking
"Just got back after a weeks stay at Dunromin. We had such a lovely time we have booked to go back in September 2016. Very relaxing and has everything you need. Great location. Love the fact it's dog friendly, the garden is lovely just to let future guests know if you are taking a very small dog they may be able to get through the gate as the gaps between the bars were big enough for our dog to get through but it wasn't a problem for us as I had already thought of that so we took something with us to block it off so we didn't have to worry. Can't wait to go back."
- dwad112, August 2016 - verified booking
"Location wise, this property is fantastic. The Promenade is a 15 minute walk & there are supermarkets & shops on the doorsteps. The actual property is spacious, well equipped (the only thing it didn't have was a hairdryer) & has a garden suitable for small dogs. The cleanliness could have been better, ie, some crockery was dirty from the last guests, the vacuum cleaner smelt 'doggy' & we found quite a few hairs on the bed linen. My partner did complain & the owner came to see us & was genuinely apologetic."