In a large self contained wing of a 16th Century farmhouse, this delightful holiday home provides comfortable holiday accommodation of a high standard.
The setting is exceptional with beautiful views over the Vale of Clwyd and guests have the benefit of using fishing rights on the River Clwyd during their stay.
Centrally located, this is a perfect base from which to explore North Wales, Snowdonia, Betws y Coed, the historic City of Chester and the coastal resorts, all which provide plenty of attractions.
You can simply come and walk the woodland trail and experience the delights of one of Wales, oldest documented woodlands and enjoy the wealth of rare plants and wild flowers.
The Vale of Clwyd, at the point where the Offas' Dyke Footpath passes the Clwydian Range, provides incredible views over the Vale, Anglesey, Snowdonia and even the coastline when the weather is fine. Spend your days exploring the areas historic market towns including Denbigh with its impressive castle ruins and town walls, Ruthin with a fine collection of black and white buildings as well as a romantic castle which is now a hotel; and St. Asaph, as well as pretty little villages - all within easy reach.
For those who enjoy outdoor activities, the Clwydian Range provides excellent opportunities for cyclists, horse riders and walkers with spectacular scenery dotted with hill forts dating back to the Iron Age such as Moel Arthur and Penycloddau.
Anwen Roberts joined Independent Cottages in August 2006
The accommodation comprises:
Outside: Uninterrupted views over the Vale of Clwyd can be enjoyed from the large garden with swings for the little ones.
Additional information: Full central heating. Bed linen and towels are included in the price with beds are made up ready for your arrival. Short breaks available - please enquire with the owner. Cot and high chair are available.
Star Rating: 5 Star
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Short breaks available all year please contact to confirm dates Thank You