A superb, classically styled, second floor apartment, located in an impressive Grade II listed property in a historic conservation area, close to the centre of the popular market town of Denbigh, in the beautiful Clwydian Valley in Denbighshire.
Sharing a communal entrance hallway with two quiet offices run by the owner, this fantastic apartment enjoys peace and privacy, making it a brilliant getaway for a couple to enjoy the varied local shops and amenities on your doorstep.
Entering into a small hallway you will discover the master bedroom to your left, furnished with a double bed and stylish dressing table, and retaining character with sash windows, oak flooring and high gabled ceilings.
In the far corner of the bedroom is a charming en-suite with shower cubicle and quirky, crank opening window offering glimpses of Moel Famau through it.
The living space is open plan and feels spacious and welcoming with its high ceiling and open beams, with a fitted kitchen, washer/dryer and stylish retro fridge in a bright red colour.
The dining area is ideal for enjoying home prepared meals, or enjoying a local takeaway, whilst the quality corner sofa, which converts to a double bed, invites you to relax into it after an exciting day exploring the area.
The historic castle ruins are well worth exploring, and the Clwydian Way passes by the edge of the town and opens up walks along the Clwyd Valley to Moel Famau Mountain and beyond.
Well placed for exploring the beautiful North Wales countryside and coastline, and close to the recently reopened Myddelton College international boarding school, this tastefully styled apartment provides an outstanding base for a quality break.
About the location
Ruthin 8 miles; Prestatyn 12 miles; Llandudno 23 miles.
Denbigh dates back to the 11th century and boasts the remains of a 13th century castle, perched on a steep hill above the town and commanding some superb views over the surrounding countryside. 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 Denbigh Plum Festival, and a monthly People's market. Within easy reach of Denbigh are the cathedral at St Asaph, the castle at Bodelwyddan, the seaside resorts of Prestatyn or Llandudno, and the historic city of Chester, over the border into England. The Snowdonia National Park is a short drive, with its stunning lakes, mountains, walking and cycling, while the Lleyn Peninsula and excellent beaches on the Isle of Anglesey are ideal for a day trip. Plenty to see and do at any time of the year!