Caerwys 1.5 miles.
A charming Grade II listed, detached cottage dating back to the early 17th century, situated adjacent to the owner's home, in a peaceful rural setting just 1.5 miles from the Royal Charter town of Caerwys, in beautiful Flintshire.
This cottage near Caerwys was the birthplace of Dr.
Thomas Wynne, the personal physician of William Penn and one of the original settlers of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
It offers an ideal central location for touring all of North Wales and Cheshire, and for enjoying the abundance of outdoor activities on offer in the area.
This charming Caerwys cottage offers stylish accommodation, with an abundance of original character features including an exposed cobbled entrance hall, lead light windows, a feature bread oven housed next to a warming woodburning stove in an inglenook fireplace, original stone flag kitchen and exposed oak beams and timber frame throughout.
A cosy sitting room welcomes you in to this Caerwys cottage, and the large fitted kitchen with dining area provides the ideal social area to cook, eat and relax.
A spacious oak-framed bedroom enjoys delightful country views, as well as benefiting from a door that leads onto external stone stairs down to the pretty lawned garden with wildflower border.
The town of Caerwys offers two pubs, a shop, Post Office and a butcher, plus the market towns of Mold, Denbigh and Ruthin, and the North Wales coast are close by, whilst further afield is the wonderful Snowdonia National Park.
This Caerwys cottage will appeal to anyone looking for a quiet retreat or a lovely walking base from which to tour nearby Offa's Dyke and the surrounding areas of Wales.
About the location
Mold 10 miles; Prestatyn 10 miles; Chester 22 miles.
Caerwys was granted a Royal Charter in 1290 and is 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, a couple of shops, Post Office, butcher, pharmacy, bowling green and tennis courts. Nearby are the historic market towns of Mold, Denbigh and Ruthin with excellent shops and craft centres, including the Afonwen Craft Centre on the outskirts of the town. Just a short drive away is Prestatyn, whose Blue Flag beach provides miles of golden sand, ideal 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 wonderful medieval city of Chester with its famous zoo, Lakes Brenig, Bala and Vyrnwy, Victorian Llandudno, wonderful 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.