About Petit Paradis
Petit Paradis is a beautiful French Provencal stone cottage set in a private indigenous garden overlooking Llandudno beach. The cottage was lovingly built with exceptional attention to detail, including stone floors, high-beamed ceilings, antique light fittings, French wrought iron work, and wooden shutters.
The cottage comprises a double bedroom with French doors leading onto a private gravel patio with sea and mountain views and a breakfast table shaded by tall Protea’s. Features include a bathroom with a bath and shower tiled in travertine, a lounge with kitchenette, and a covered sundowner patio with magnificent sea views.
The lounge and kitchenette are fully equipped with a TV, fridge, convection microwave, hot plates, washing machine, dishwasher, kettle, toaster, and coffee machine. There is a stone table and chairs on the patio where you can sip your cocktails at sunset, as well as loungers to soak up the afternoon sun while overlooking the ocean.
The beautifully furnished bedroom comprises a queen-size bed with a down duvet, French antique linen and a cotton quilt.
Fluffy white bath towels as well as beach towels and an umbrella are also provided. In addition, the Victorian roll-top bath has wonderful mountain and garden views through sash windows.
The cottage is surrounded by a beautiful garden planted with indigenous plants, as well as an assortment of cooking herbs, which guests are encouraged to use.
Petit Paradis Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
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