A well-presented end-terrace cottage, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, on the edge of the quiet village of Afonwen.
This lovely cottage is situated close to the Afonwen Craft & Antique Centre and is just one mile from the pretty village of Caerwys, in Flintshire.
Styled to a high standard, the cottage makes an ideal holiday home for a family or group of friends wishing to explore this superb country setting.
The well-furnished interior provides a welcoming sitting room with a bay window, warmed by an open fire and incorporating a dining area with a feature fireplace.
A door, with a step down, leads through to the modern, fitted kitchen with a beech block worktop, whilst upstairs are two stylish bedrooms, furnished as a twin and a king-size room, and the family bathroom which offers the use of both a bath and a separate shower cubicle.
Outside this pretty cottage you will find an enclosed rear patio with seating and a gate which leads across a communal grassed path to a further private garden, offering a pretty lawned area, flower beds and a patio next to a safe, electric waterfall feature and fenced, shallow stream.
The cottage is located on a quiet cul-de sac, with parking outside, and enjoys superb rural views across the field opposite, from which you can access valley walks in both directions and up into Caerwys.
The delights of the craft and antique centre can be enjoyed daily and local artists and craftsmen can be seen practising their trade.
There is also a restaurant selling local produce open throughout the day, ideal for enjoying a bite to eat whilst you consider which items to purchase.
This is a delightful cottage for a relaxing holiday break at any time of the year.
About the location
Mold and Denbigh 8 miles; Chester 24 miles.
Afonwen is a small village with craft centre, only 1 mile from Caerwys, one of the smallest towns in Great Britain. Standing in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty between the northern edge of the Clwydian Hill Range and the miles of sandy beaches along the North Wales Coast, this vibrant town boasts two pubs (serving meals), an award-winning butcher/delicatessen, general store, Post Office, newsagent, pharmacy, bowling green and tennis courts. Nearby are Mold, Denbigh and Ruthin with excellent shops and craft centres, and Prestatyn, whose Blue Flag beach provides miles of golden sand for bathing, watersports and fishing. This is an ideal location for exploring the attractions of North Wales, with access to superb walking, mountain biking and birdwatching amidst the breathtaking scenery of the Clwydian Hill Range and on the Offa's Dyke Pathway. Visit the medieval city of Chester with its famous zoo, Lakes Brenig, Bala and Vyrnwy, Victorian Llandudno, castles at Rhuddlan and Conwy, the historic pilgrimage site of St. Winifred's Well at Holywell and the Snowdonia National Park, all within easy reach.