Sychnant Pass Road, Conwy, LL32
- A Large Mid 19th Century Grade II Listed Gothic Style Villa
- Spacious Period Interior Offering Charm & Character
- Includes A Substantial 3 Storey 26 Bedroomed Holiday Let
- Stands In Some 2.6 Acres Of Mature Garden Grounds
- Beautiful Elevated Position With Exceptional Castle & River Views
- Close To Amenities, A55 Expressway, Coastline & Snowdonia
- Offers Enormous Potential For The Adventurous Developer
Bryn Corach is a certainly not your average property, positioned in what must be one of the best locations in Conwy, occupying a spectacular elevated stance overlooking the historic walled town of Conwy affording spectacular sweeping views over the Conwy River, Conwy’s magnificent 13th century castle built by Edward I (in a barely believable four years!) and uninterrupted southerly views towards the Vale of Conwy and the high peaks of Snowdonia - there’s simply nowhere quite like it!
Bryn Corach is a Grade II Listed Gothic style villa built in the second half of the 19th century, extended and converted into a hotel in the early 20th Century. The property sits in extensive garden grounds measuring some 2.6 acres with a private tree-lined driveway, a castellated rampart overlooking a croquet lawn, a former lodge house and a significant detached three-storey accommodation block.
The original structure of Bryn Corach House is listed for its social historical interest as a hotel and for its ‘special architectural interest and definite character’. The interior is of the period with high coved ceilings, open fireplaces and French windows that lend an air of style that is hard to replicate. This building has undergone many changes in recent years and now faces a new chapter and its next exciting journey. Renovation works have commenced on Bryn Corach and it now offers enormous potential through completion of works to provide a beautiful, detached family home together with an exciting business opportunity.
Bryn Corach was enlarged in the early 20th century (this extension has recently been demolished), and a further extension (now detached) added in 1963, providing a substantial 3 storey accommodation block offering some 26 bedrooms, many of which have en-suite facilities. This building, although in need of some repair and upgrading works, offers potential for conversion to holiday apartments or a lucrative holiday letting business (subject to relevant consents). Alternatively, planning permission is also in place to demolish the modern accommodation and reinstate the site to a family home.
In the grounds of Bryn Corach, overlooking estuary and the castle is a detached former lodge house, although in need of renovation, this accommodation would easily provide a self-contained studio apartment.
The walled town of Conwy is situated to the west of Conwy Estuary between the coast and the Snowdonia National Park. The town is famous for its 13th Century Castle and town walls, now designated a World Heritage Site, and its two spectacular bridges, designed by Thomas Telford and Robert Stephenson, from the more recent age. The Stephenson bridge carries the North Wales coast railway line bringing visitors into the heart of the town and is the last of its type still in use. The attractions of the town itself, its position giving convenient access to the North Wales coast and Snowdonia National Park along with excellent road and rail links ensures strong leisure business to the area throughout the year.
5.65m x 5.02m
8.03m x 12.14m
Max. L-Shaped Room
6.7m x 4.58m
4.83m x 4.95m
2.94m x 2.98m
3.35m x 6.31m
6.63m x 4.63m
4.88m x 4.63m
4.88m x 4.98m
4.06m x 4.88m
3.07m x 2.88m
2.64m x 4.6m
Council Tax Band
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Sychnant Pass Road, Conwy, LL32
NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Conwy Station0.3 miles
- Deganwy Station1.1 miles
- Llandudno Junction Station1.2 miles
About the agent
Dafydd Hardy Estate Agents and Chartered Surveyors are a privately run, independent business with 5 offices covering Gwynedd, Anglesey and Conwy. With over 25 years' experience, the business has accumulated numerous prestigious awards along the way.
The business was started by Dafydd Hardy and Richard Thomas (both RICS Chartered Surveyors) in 1992 and is now a well-established and successful enterprise in North Wales, renowned and acknowledged for its expertise and vast experience in al
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