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by Time share traveller
Scotland, United Kingdom
July 14, 2009
June 30, 2002
The grounds are well kept with a beautiful lighted fountain at the entrance.
The kitchen was well-equipped for cooking. The refrigerator was small with a very small freezer compartment. We took ice trays from the US and were glad we did. There were only 2 tiny ones provided, and we 4 Southerners from the US like ice in our drinks.
Some units have a dishwasher, but ours had a combination washer/dryer. While this machine will wash and dry your clothes, it takes a very long time to do a small amount of wash. They asked that you turn the hot water heater off when you would not be using it so we turned it off each morning when we left for sightseeing and turned it back on when we got home in the late afternoon. Also turned it off during the night. It took about 20 min. to heat water.
We did our grocery shopping mainly at Safeway in Colwyn Bay--about 20 minutes away. There is a very small market in Dyserth. Gasoline was available also.
The 2-bedroom unit had 3 bathrooms--one with each bedroom and another off the dining area. The bathrooms off the bedrooms were very small with a shower. The bathroom off the dining area was larger with a tub and a heated towel bar. (Towels did not dry during the day unless you hung them over a heating vent.) We did have a problem with one toilet leaking, and it took a day for someone to come fix it.
The pool, exercise room, restaurant are in a club-like building with a pleasant lounge area. There was live music at least one evening during the week.
The resort did offer transportation to various area attractions throughout the week, but we didn''t use any of them since we had rented a car in London.
From journal Wild Wales