This superb semi-detached cottage is situated in the centre of the small village of Llanarmon Dyffryn Ceiriog, close to the town of Llangollen.
An ideal base for a family, this cottage is close to many interesting places to visit, as well as a number of attractions.
Set on a country lane, this lovely holiday home has a stable door into the hallway with the kitchen and sitting room either side.
On the right is the kitchen, which is well equipped with everything you require for a great stay in North Wales, including an American style fridge/freezer and a range cooker, as well as a Belfast sink and wood block worktops.
The kitchen also has a breakfast table, where over a morning coffee you and your party can decide what you wish to do during the day.
To the left of the hallway is the pleasant sitting room with two sofas and a drop-leaf table in the bay window for more formal dining in the evening.
From the bay window lovely views of the village can be seen.
Also on the ground floor is a basin and WC, and upstairs are three bedrooms, including the master, which is light and airy and has a king-size bed, ample storage, a dressing table and valley views.
Completing the accommodation is a bathroom, which is fully tiled and has a shower over the bath.
There is a lawned garden, which is separate from the cottage
and is accessed by a gate approx 15 yards up the lane.
There is also the convenience of off road parking for two cars.
The village of Llanarmon Dyffryn Ceiriog is situated at the foothills of the Berwyn Mountains in the Ceiriog Valley.
The village has two pubs, both of which serve food, and a church.
Walking and cycling routes can be found nearby, and further amenities can be found in Glyn Ceiriog, or why not visit the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct and the town of Llangollen?
Also in the area are National Trust properties and further afield are the town of Shrewsbury and the historic city of Chester.
A wonderful cottage for whatever you wish see and do in the area.
About the location
LLANARMON DYFFRYN CEIRIOG
Llangollen 9 miles; Oswestry 10 miles; Shrewsbury 27.5 miles.
Llanarmon Dyffryn Ceiriog is a small Welsh village located at the foothills of the Berwyn Mountains in the Ceiriog Valley, between Oswestry and Llangollen. A former stopping point for Drovers, the village still retains its two original pubs, both renowned for excellent food and one now offering spa treatments. The village church is reputed to date back to the 5th century with Bronze Age remnants identifiable. The area is surrounded by unspoilt walking trails with the nearby village of Glyn Ceiriog being the main village in the picturesque Ceiriog Valley in Wrexham County, North Wales. This beautiful valley, described by Lloyd George as 'a little piece of heaven on earth’, offers a wealth of opportunities to enjoy the great outdoors, from walking and fishing to horse riding and cycling. Formerly the centre of the slate mining industry in the valley, Glyn Ceiriog is located three miles south of Llangollen and offers a good range of local amenities, including two village pubs, a Post Office containing tourist information and a cafe, a well-stocked village store and a community sports centre, offering a range of activities including bicycle hire, tennis, indoor bowls and table tennis. Nearby, you will find a wide array of attractions, with the dramatic World Heritage Site of the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct well worth a visit. Set alongside the boulder-strewn River Dee, why not visit the popular town of Llangollen, famous for the Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod? Offering a good range of pubs and restaurants, as well as many interesting shops, the town also boasts a dramatic mountain backdrop. Explore the Dee Valley by steam train or canal boat, or take an exhilarating walk up to Castell Dinas Brân, high above the town to enjoy the breathtaking view! The National Trust properties of Chirk Castle and Erddig are both within easy driving distance, while a day-long car trip can take you to visit six of the Seven Wonders of Wales. Enjoy a visit to the Old Hill Fort at Oswestry, scenic walking on Offa’s Dyke Path, along the crest of the Clwydian Hills, or access the national rail network to explore the Roman city of Chester, Shrewsbury and beyond. This is a wonderful base for exploring this beautiful region all year round.