Comfy converted granary offering a lovely mix of traditional character and modern convenience, set in The Vale of Clwyd just three miles from the market town of Ruthin. In a peaceful picturesque position and an ideal place for exploring North Wales, Chester and the nearby Snowdonia National Park.
A 15th Century farmhouse nestling within the beautiful Clwyd Valley in an AONB in North Wales. A great location for walkers and cyclists with easy access to Offa's Dyke and an ideal base for exploring the coast, nearby Snowdonia and Chester City.
With lots of character and a wonderful luxurious finish, this delightful holiday cottage sits at the foot of the Clwydian Hill Range in the village of Bodfari and is an ideal base for exploring this lovely part of North Wales. Whether you are looking to escape away for a romantic break or want to spend time with friends and family relaxing, walking and exploring the many delights of Denbighshire, Snowdonia and the Borderlands, Geinasfarm Cottage will provide a warm welcome. A pub and the Offa's Dyke are a short walk away.
A delightful single storey cottage for two sitting at the foot of the Clwydian Hill Range in the village of Bodfari in North Wales. Decorated in pretty pastel shades and complimented with a lovely log burner, this is a true romantic retreat for two.
An 18th Century holiday cottage on a farm within the beautiful Clwyd Valley, North Wales. Offering access to Offa's Dyke this is ideal for walkers, cyclists and great for exploring the North Wales Coast, nearby Snowdonia and Chester City.
A delightful holiday cottage for couples or small families ideally placed right in the heart of Denbighshire's pretty village of Bodfari nestling amongst the Vale of Clwyd. Walkers and outdoor enthusiasts have both the Clwydian Range and Snowdonia to explore, along with the beautiful coastline and a wealth of attractions. Gastro pub on the doorstep!
A charming 18th Century holiday cottage in an elevated position 600ft above the Vale of Clwyd near Bodfari in North Wales. Breathtaking views, fantastic walks on the doorstep and the Snowdonia National Park within easy reach by car. Tourist board rating: 4 Star.
A large self-contained wing providing lovely holiday accommodation with beautiful undisturbed views over the Vale of Clwyd. Perfectly positioned for touring North Wales, Snowdonia and the many attractions of the area, or simply relaxing in the beauty of the setting. Tourist board rating: 5 Star.
Rhyl and Prestatyn offer beautiful, sandy beaches for tourists. With vast stretches of coastline, the beaches are ideal for a range of watersports or taking time out for a close-knit family picnic. Aside from the coasts, there are many activities to enjoy in both towns. Suncentre, an indoor water park in Rhyl, offers adventures for children as well as adults. The Seaquarium is also great for those who want to see the wonders of the British seas, including a tunnel of sharks and a chance to feed the seals. As the busier town of the two, Rhyl offers more activities and adventures for the family. For a more relaxing seaside break, Prestatyn has amazing views and a more peaceful holiday feel.
Close to Rhyl and Prestatyn is the city of St. Asaph. Known for its small fourteenth century cathedral, the city is thought to have been built around a Celtic monastery. History and religion are major themes in the city with five other churches in the area. Close by is Rhuddlan Castle, which is a historic site that has maintained its Norman structure. The Castle looks over the banks of the River Clwyd which trickles into the enchanting Clocaenog Forest. The forest rises and falls, with heights showcasing views of the mountainous surrounding area, and lows full of nature and mysterious woodland. Denbighshire is also home to the serene Llyn Brenig reservoir, which provides a peaceful place to rest during adventures in the Denbighshire countryside.
The Clwydian Range, a series of mountains and hills, makes up a great part of the landscape in Denbighshire. The summits of the hills provide panoramic views of both England and Wales, as well as of the Snowdonian mountain range. Walkers and climbers can enjoy the area, as well as nature lovers. The Clwydian Range is home to many animals, including a rare population of Black Grouse. One of the mountains in the range, Moel Hirraddug, overlooks the small village of Dyserth. For stunning natural beauty in Denbighshire, this is the place to be. Aside from the traditional farmlands, woodlands and mountainous backdrop, Dyserth is home to outstanding waterfalls. Stunning, clear rivers flow through the village then turn into grand falls which offer magical and serene views.
The countryside of Denbighshire is breathtaking. With rising hills and enigmatic woodlands, there are great adventures waiting. For a fun-packed family trip, look no further than the coastline of the county. History and culture lovers are also looked after with many castles, ruins and churches to visit. Whatever you are into, Denbighshire is sure to provide a great weekend away or family holiday.