Bodfari is a quiet Denbighshire village with an excellent pub, fantastic views of the Clwydian Hills and superb footpaths and cycling routes. Ty Hâf is a lovely two-bedroom cottage recently refurbished to provide a high standard of self-catering accommodation for four people. It has gardens at the front and the rear, and is within easy reach of beautiful beaches, historic castles, and lively market towns. Snowdonia National Park, Liverpool and Chester are all between half an hour to an hour's drive away, as is Anglesey providing endless choices for a day trip out.
The Big Barn is wonderfully spacious with fantastic views, onsite fishing and stables, a swimming pool and hot tub, and accommodation for 12 people in six well-appointed bedrooms. It's perfect for a holiday with your extended family or friends, close to Llandudno and Chester, with stunning walks and cycling routes from the door. Guests searching for group self-catering accommodation in North Wales love the family-owned Glan Clwyd Isa estate, which has 30 private acres and three other holiday cottages to sleep up to 26 people. It's a good choice for a relaxed holiday, milestone birthday, wedding or other celebration.
The Coach House is every bit as appealing to families as it is couples who enjoy a little extra space. Offering peace and tranquility in abundance, this stylish beautifully presented self-catering retreat is perfect for a relaxing break away from it all, whilst benefitting from amenities just a mile away in the bustling village of Bodfari (including the excellent Dinorban Arms for a meal out). Enjoy fishing on-site, lovely walks through the Welsh countryside and the many attractions of North Wales.
Perfect for a family holiday, Llyn Clwyd offers the opportunity to relax in a secluded tranquil setting whilst enjoying the amenities of the popular Welsh village of Bodfari with excellent pub (the Dinorban Arms) just a mile away. Sitting in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, guests can enjoy fishing onsite with a pond as well as river access; country walks from the doorstep (plus the Offas Dyke and Clwydian Range within easy reach); and plenty of attractions for day trips out.
Perfect just for two, Cae Caled Cottage sits in a secluded peaceful spot in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, yet it is just a mile from the popular Welsh village of Bodfari with an excellent pub, the Dinorban Arms. Fishing onsite with a pond and access to the River Clwyd; country walks straight from the front door (plus the Offas Dyke and Clwydian Range within easy reach); and a great base for discovering the many attractions of North Wales.
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
This charming cottage dates from the 1750s and spent time as the village inn before being converted into a comfortable holiday home that sleeps up to four people in two bedrooms. It is in the quiet hamlet of Bontnewydd in North Wales, close to the Snowdonia National Park and only a few miles from beautiful beaches like Rhyl and Prestatyn. Denbigh is close by for shopping, eating and drinking, and both Liverpool and the Snowdon Mountain Railway are within an hour's drive. The cottage is available all year round to provide a welcoming home-away-from-home for couples and families.
A delightful self-catering 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!
An 18th Century holiday cottage on a farm within the beautiful Clwyd Valley, North Wales. Offering access to Offa's Dyke this is an ideal self-catering base for walkers and cyclists and is great for exploring the North Wales Coast, nearby Snowdonia and Chester City.
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 self-catering base for exploring the coast, nearby Snowdonia and Chester City centre.
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
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 (including Snowdonia National Park within easy driving distance). 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, within easy driving distance of Snowdonia National Park in North Wales. Decorated in pretty pastel shades and complimented with a lovely log burner, Geinas Farmhouse Stable is a true romantic retreat for two.
Relax in the peace and tranquillity of the Denbighshire countryside. This charming holiday cottage is at the base of the Clwdian Mountains, within easy reach of Snowdonia National Park and the beaches of the North Wales Coast. Its clever design means it's welcoming for couples but can accommodate up to four people plus an infant if required, and also works well for families. Day trips can include walking a stretch of Offa's Dyke, promenading in Llandudno, or sightseeing in Chester or Liverpool. Tuolumne Cottage is available all year round for holiday bookings with short breaks, and longer stays possible, depending on availability.
Both Geinas Farmhouse Stable and Geinasfarm Cottage can be rented separately or together to accommodate larger groups of up to seven guests. Perfect for friends or extended families who want to holiday together, the cottages have immense character and are beautifully finished to ensure a high standard of comfort. Sitting at the foot of the Clwydian Hill Range in the Welsh village of Bodfari, the cottages provide an excellent location from which to discover the many attractions of North Wales with Snowdonia National Park and the coast within easy driving distance, and fabulous walking and cycling opportunities on the doorstep. Tourist board rating: 4 Star
Bodfari is small and pretty, with a traditional atmosphere that feels timeless rather than stuck in the past. Much of the community’s social aspect centres around St Stephen’s Church and the adjacent Dinorben Arms pub, the latter of which is a top spot for a peaceful pint and a delicious home-cooked meal. Bodfari is tiny but manages to squeeze in a village shop, so you don’t have to walk far to pick up the basics.
Just four miles from Bodfari, the market town of Denbigh has everything else you may need for self-catering, including four supermarkets. Although the border between Wales and England is little more than symbolic these days, it was once a line to protect as evidenced by the substantial castle and town walls that have stood for nearly a thousand years. Denbigh is an excellent choice for a day out as, in addition to the castle, it has dozens of listed buildings housing independent shops, cafes and pubs, as well as a farmers’ market every Friday morning.
The Cwydian Range is gorgeous, with hills carpeted with purple heather and, in many instances, topped with ancient hill forts. It is a magnificent place for a walk, particularly with the long-distance Offa’s Dyke Path passing through the village as it stretches for 177 miles from Prestatyn in the north to Chepstow in the south. A beautiful walk to begin your exploration is the 10-mile route that starts in the village and passes along Offa’s Dyke to Moel-y-Gaer, Pen y Bryn and Cefn Du, before making its way to Candy Mill, Ty Draw and back along Offa’s Dyke to the village. Alternatively, it is possible to walk from Bodfari to Hendre via Moel Arthur.
Cycling is another favourite way to enjoy the gorgeous landscape with the hills and moors being popular with mountain bikers who appreciate having facilities like the trails at Coed Llandegla on the doorstep. The four-mile flat Prestatyn-Dysterth Way is ideal for families, as is the Rhuddlan to Rhyl Riverside Path (National Cycle Network Route 84).
Those who crave even more space will be delighted to be close to the mountains and lakes of the Snowdonia National Park.
It is easy to blend city pleasures with countryside charm when you stay in a cottage in Bodfari. The city of Chester, known by the Romans as Deva Victrix, is a relaxed 45-minute drive from the village with the award-winning Chester Zoo as well as fantastic places to shop, eat and drink. Liverpool is not much further away, reachable in around an hour’s drive from Bodfari. Formerly named as both a city of Music and Culture, Liverpool is always buzzing. See the waters of the famous Mersey River, walk in the footsteps of the Beatles, shop until you drop and experience its exciting and glamorous nightlife.
If you want a relaxing holiday where you can rest and recharge in beautiful surroundings without having to forgo the pleasures of historic cities and exciting nightlife, then choose Bodfari for your next holiday.