There will be something to please everyone during your stay at this lovely detached, 17th-century cottage, ideally situated close to both coast and countryside.. <strong>Ground Floor: </strong>
2 steps to entrance.
<strong>Living room: </strong>With wood burner, 40" Freeview TV, DVD player, beams and tiled floor.
2 steps to...
<strong>Kitchen/dining room: </strong>With electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, beams and tiled floor.
<strong>Shower room:</strong> With shower cubicle and toilet.
Open-tread stairs to.... <strong>First Floor: </strong>
<strong>Bedroom 1:</strong> With kingsize bed.
<strong>Bedroom 2: </strong>With double bed.
<strong>Bedroom 3: </strong>With twin beds.
Maximum occupancy 5 guests.. LPG central heating, electricity, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. Initial logs for wood burner included. Travel cot and highchair available on request.. Courtyard with large sitting-out area and garden furniture. Private parking for 3 cars. No smoking.. This delightful, detached, 17th-century holiday cottage is located on a traditional smallholding in the rolling hills of Denbighshire’s Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. With plenty of character features such as old oak beams and a cosy wood burner to relax in front of with a glass or two of wine, there are also wonderful outside seating areas for al fresco dining as you enjoy the fabulous country views in a beautiful, tranquil setting. There are pretty walks from the door, indeed the famous Offa’s Dyke footpath is just down the lane, and the village offers a range of shops including a butchers and a newsagents. The seaside town of Prestatyn, with its full range of shops and sandy beach, is only 5 miles away.
One of Wales’s smallest cities, St Asaph, is nearby with its cathedral, whilst the Victorian seaside resort of Llandudno is within easy reach and perfect for a day out. Here you’ll find the Great Orme headland jutting out into the Irish Sea with the UK’s longest cable car, the only cable operated street tramway and a Bronze Age copper mine, as well as a theatre complex with shows and concerts all year round. Betws-y-Coed and the stunning scenery of the Snowdonia National Park is also just a short drive. Here you can go for a walk in the forest or try one of the many adrenaline attractions such as Zip World or Surf Snowdonia – fun for all the family! To the east lies the historic city of Chester, with its famous cathedral, city walls and unique Rows, well worth visiting on another day out! Beach 5 miles. Shops 1½ miles, pub and restaurant ½ mile.
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There are 2 steps to the entrance and 2 steps from the living room to the kitchen/dining room. Open-tread stairs to the first floor. The owner lives next door.