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Ty Newydd y Llwyn

7 Nights FromSee prices

  • £295
    Low season
  • £495
    High season

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  • Available
  • Unavailable
Preferred arrival day: Saturday

Key Information

  • Sleeps


  • Bedrooms

    2 Rooms

  • Min Nights

    5 (peak)
    3 (off peak)

  • Children


  • WiFi


  • Dogs

    No Dogs

  • Access

    Ground floor

  • Star Rating

    4 Star

  • Log Burner

About Ty Newydd y Llwyn

Ty Newydd y Llwyn sleeps four guests in two bedrooms and is a charming 18th Century holiday cottage in an elevated position six hundred feet above the Vale of Clwyd with breathtaking views and many fantastic walks from the front door.

With an original oak-beamed inglenook with wood burner (and background central heating), new carpets and comfortable beds, the cottage is cosy, comfortable and a perfect retreat in which to put your feet up and relax after a good day walking and exploring the area. There is a perfect mix of modern conveniences and character features with exposed beams and rafters in the kitchen/dining area, cupboards made from antique pine pew doors, a slate work surface and new appliances. The wildlife garden is insect and bird friendly, and has a long list of bird visitors and also rare bumblebees that visit. Order reigns only in the vegetable beds, discretely tended by the owners.

The owners’ fields behind the cottage afford fabulous views across to Snowdonia and join onto one thousand acres of common land within the Clwydian Range Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with its many miles of walking and rambling. The top of “our hill”, Moel y Parc, has an incredible three hundred and sixty degree view over the North Wales coast, the whole of the Vale of Clwyd, the Cheshire Plain, Wirral and the City of Liverpool. On clear days Cumbria and the Pennines can also be seen.

Ty Newydd y Llwyn is a ten minute walk from the famous long-distance pathway, the Offa’s Dyke, and an ideal base from which to complete the northern section over two or three days (the owners can provide drop-offs and pick-ups). Down the hill and across two fields is the village of Bodfari with a riverside pub serving food.

The medieval town of Denbigh lying four miles to the west, has a castle built by Edward I with excellent views of the Clwydian Range and many fine old buildings. Further up the Vale (nine miles) is the picturesque town of Ruthin, with its award-winning Craft Centre, Victorian prison and independent shops. Over the Horseshoe Pass is Llangollen, home of the International Eisteddfod, railway and the start of several beautiful walks.

About one hour away are the spectacular mountains, lakes and rivers of the Snowdonia National Park and the National Trust properties of Bodnant Gardens, Penrhyn, Chirk Castles and Erddig. The coastal market town of Conway, twenty three miles away, is dominated by a fine castle and town walls above its quaint harbour. To the east, forty minutes away is Chester, once a Roman fortress town built on the river Dee but also famous for its splendid Tudor rows.

Surrounded by beautiful countryside and with many attractions within easy reach, this is a perfect peaceful retreat for anyone wanting to visit North Wales.

Contact the owner

Owner details:

Judith Prys-Jones joined Independent Cottages in January 2013

1) Phone:

2) Enquire online:

Amenities / Facilities

  • Log Burner
  • Off-Road Parking
  • Pub Nearby
  • Garden/ Outside Area
  • Washing Machine
  • Microwave
  • Dish washer
  • CD Player
  • Shower
  • Bath

Location (Snowdonia)

Accommodation comprises:

  • Large well-lit bespoke kitchen/dining area overlooking the garden, well equipped with cooker, fridge and microwave, leading through to...
  • Utility room with Belfast sink, washing machine and another fridge with freezer.
  • Living room with comfortable sofa and chairs by the log-burner in the inglenook and a large, flat screen television with Freesat. This room leads to...
  • Double bedroom with new carpet, pine wardrobe, drawers and bookshelves, overlooking the garden.
  • Twin bedroom up three steps with French doors and plenty of storage space, plus a corner basin with Victorian tiles and pitch-pine cupboard.
  • Bathroom with original cast-iron roll-top bath, Victorian basin, ultra modern shower cubicle and WC.
  • Quarry-tiled entrance hall with plenty of hooks for coats and space to dry boots.

Additional information: The price includes bed-linen, towels, electricity and a sack of logs. Sorry, no children under fourteen due to the proximity of ponds. Unfortunately no pets and no smoking permitted in the cottage. Short breaks may be available - please enquire.

Star Rating: 4 Star

Ty Newydd y Llwyn Tariff & Supplementary Information

Bedroom Configuration:
Sleeps 4 in 2 bedrooms (1 Double, 1 Twin)
Enquire with owner
Sorry, the owner does not accept pets
Ground floor accommodation
No smoking
Prices for 7 nights:
Low Season from £295
Mid Season from £395
High Season from £495
Preferred Arrival Day:
Payment Options:
Cheque, Bank Transfer
Booking Conditions:
Please refer to the owner for accessibility requirements, booking terms / conditions and cancellation policy.
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Owner Area

Judith Prys-Jones
Member Since January 2013

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Ty Newydd y Llwyn 18 month availability calendar

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* Calendar last updated: 4th May 2018