This lovely white detached cottage is situated in the hamlet of Llwynmawr, resting in a heart warming location.
Bring all of the family along on this adventure to make the most of a wonderful getaway.
Upon entering you will be welcomed by a large kitchen, ideal for preparing those home cooked meals following a day exploring the local area.
Afterwards, the dining room is perfect for gathering with your loved ones, and discussing your adventures over dinner.
French doors open out to a pleasant garden so you can step into the fresh air at your own leisure.
Wander into the sitting room for more quiet time, where you can relax on the sofa before the woodburner on a cosy night.
Stairs lead up to a contemporary bathroom, home to a 3/4 bath, a touch mirror, and a vanity cabinet.
You will look forward to getting ready here ahead of your day to make the most of this beautiful set up.
Across the way, a double bedroom is neatly styled with a storage cupboard and showcases views out over the far-reaching fields.
You can unwind and admire the scenery from the comfort of your own bed.
See more of this from the single bedroom, or the super king-size bedroom is laced with purple tones and boasts a peaceful nights sleep.
Outside there is plenty of space to relax in the enclosed gardens, which lie elevated above the hamlet.
Llwynmawr hosts a series of attractions, including the Llangollen Canal, steam railway and Plas Newydd.
The town of Llangollen is only six miles away, with its dramatic mountain backdrop and boulder-strewn River Dee, whilst Snowdonia is less than an hour’s drive away.
Be at one with the delights of this beautiful setting.
Three bedrooms: 1 x super king-size double (zip/link, can be twin upon request), 1 x double, 1 x single. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen with breakfast table. Dining room. Sitting room with woodburner.
About the location
Glyn Ceiriog 3 miles; Chirk 5 miles; Llangollen 6 miles; Oswestry 8 miles.
Llwynmawr is a small hamlet in the beautiful Ceiriog Valley in Wrexham County, North Wales. Llwynmawr is just 5 miles to the west of Chirk, in the heart of the Ceiriog Valley and offers access to a host of attractions, including the Llangollen Canal, steam railway and Plas Newydd. The popular town of Llangollen is only 6 miles away, with its dramatic mountain backdrop and boulder-strewn River Dee, and is internationally famous for its Musical Eisteddfod. Explore the green 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. Llangollen offers a good range of pubs and restaurants as well as many interesting shops. The National Trust properties of Chirk Castle and Erddig are within easy driving distance, while a day-long car trail can take you to visit six of the ‘Seven Wonders of Wales’. Offa’s Dyke Path passes nearby and offers pleasant walking along the crest of the Clwyd Hills, the famous Pontcysyllte Aqueduct, now a World Heritage site is 5 miles away, Old Oswestry Hill Fort, which is said to be the birthplace of King Arthur’s Guinevere, is nearby and well worth a visit, as is Snowdonia which is less than an hour’s drive away.