The Farmhouse sleeps seven to ten guests and is a delightful 15th century cottage with its medieval cruck construction exposed throughout several rooms. It is comfortably furnished which includes character antique furniture. Sitting within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty The Farmhouse nestles with the picturesque Clwyd Valley and is ideal for walkers, cyclists and horse riders with easy access to nearby Offa’s Dyke.
Not just a playground for outdoor enthusiasts, this beautiful part of North Wales has plenty of attractions for great days out including Snowdonia, the popular Victorian seaside resort of Llandudno with its Blue Flag Beach and traditional seaside charm, Colwyn Bay and Conwy with its stunning medieval castle. A little further afield but still within easy reach are Liverpool, Wirral and the Roman city of Chester which is great for shopping!
There are also several castles to visit, National Trust gardens (such as Bodnant and Erddig Gardens), coastal resorts such as Prestatyn and inland attractions including Betws-y-Coed with its magnificent mountainous setting.
Whatever the time of year, there are no short of great days out to enjoy in this picturesque part of North Wales when staying at The Farmhouse.
Please note: Sunday changeover is offered during high season with a flexible changeover day at other times of the year.
Christine & Ian Hunt joined Independent Cottages in December 2009
Accommodation and facilities comprise:
Outside: The garden is laid to lawn with small orchard and patio area with outdoor furniture where you can sit and enjoy the lovely views across the surrounding countryside and beyond to Offa’s Dyke.
Additional information: There is central heating to keep the property warm all year round which is included in the price along with electricity, bed linen and towels. Wi-Fi internet access. Plenty of parking for up to six cars in the farmyard. A flexible changeover day is offered during low season and during high season, Sunday changeover applies.
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