Henllan 1.5 miles.
This detached cottage is set next to the owners’ home in the grounds of the Grade II listed Galltfaenan Hall, a former country estate which is now a residential care home.
Situated just 2.5 miles from Denbigh, this beautiful lodge is a converted piggery attached to a former farmhouse and is a superb romantic retreat offering stunning views of the surrounding countryside.
Set all over the ground floor, this delightful North Wales cottage boasts a king-size double bedroom, a bathroom and an open plan living area with a cosy woodburning stove; a lovely feature that will keep you warm if the weather takes a turn for the worse.
Step out of the French doors on to the sunny patio where you can sit with a morning cup of coffee as you plan the day’s adventures.
Galltfaenan Hall is set in 57 acres of pasture and woodland, and guests have access to large parts of the estate, by arrangement with the cottage owner.
The nearby village of Henllan is home to a shop/Post Office and a pub, whilst short drives will take you to the market town of Denbigh and the Diamond Jubilee city of St Asaph.
A wonderful touring base, this Henllan cottage is perfect for discovering the North Wales coastal towns of Colwyn Bay and Llandudno, the fabulous Clwydian Hills and even the Snowdonia National Park, where all manner of outdoor experiences can be enjoyed.
A charming single-storey cottage near Denbigh, ideal for a quiet holiday at any time of the year.
All ground floor. One king-size double bedroom with TV. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburning stove.
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About the location
Denbigh 2.5 miles; St Asaph 5 miles.
The small North Wales village of Henllan is situated between Denbigh and the Diamond Jubilee City of St Asaph. The village offers a shop/Post Office and a pub, which serves good food. St Asaph was awarded city status in 2012 and is best known for its magnificent white cathedral. In September, the city comes alive with the arrival of the North Wales International Music festival, which takes place across numerous locations, culminating for the last few years in a television finale, broadcast from the cathedral. Nearby Denbigh dates back to the 11th century and boasts the remains of a 13th century castle, perched on a steep hill above the town, with its stunning castle walls walk and commanding some superb views over the surrounding countryside. The town is seeped in Welsh culture and boasts itself as the home of many Welsh literary giants, including 17th century poet and author, Twm o’r Nant, famous for performing his light-hearted ‘anterliwtiau’ interludes or short plays in the area, famous 19th century printer Thomas Gee who established the well-known Gee Press works in the town, and more recently home of the ‘queen of our literature’, Kate Roberts. Denbigh is a busy little town, with a variety of shops and pubs, and a number of events including walking festivals, beer festivals, the Denbigh and Flint Annual Show, the Clay Art Potters Market and a monthly People's market. Henllan is a superb touring base for discovering the sights and history of the Clwydian Range’s Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, plus the stunning lakes of Llyn Brenig and Llyn Alwen, a haven for cycling, mountain biking, walking and fishing in North Wales. You are also within easy reach of Conwy, Llandudno, Snowdonia, Angelsey and Chester.