4.9★ Sykes rating 2 Guests 1 Bedroom 2 Bathrooms Pets No Features Off road parking Open fire Garden / Patio Washing machine Dishwasher Broadband / WiFi Reviews & Ratings Accuracy of the listing Cleanliness Comfort Facilities and Maintenance Search All reviews cottage (8) welcome (6) property (5) recommend (5) wine (5) cake (5) 16 Customer Reviews "This was an absolutely amazing two night stay." The cottage is gorgeous, very clean and the log burner makes it so cozy. The scenery is outstanding and the cottage is a lot bigger than it seems from the pictures. Had a fantastic homemade lemon drizzle cake and bottle of wine in the welcome basket. Such a quiet and relaxing stay away from the kids and dogs. Would 100% recommend a stay here. Thank you soo much Gareth for your feedback. Merry Christmas Property Owner Reviewed by Gareth5.0★Nov 2023 "Lovely property in a quiet and beautiful location." Reviewed by Ian5.0★Oct 2023 "Jane was the perfect host, her welcome pack was fabulous, fresh eggs were awesome, fabulous cake, red wine and coffee." I have stayed in many Sykes Cottages but I have to say this is the only place where I have totally relaxed and felt at home. We didn't need anything, the home was kitted out with everything required to cook a meal, breakfast, dinner etc. The place was so clean and very comfortable. We had a very relaxing and peaceful week, and will definitely return and recommend to all our friends. We were very sorry to have to leave and would have loved 2 weeks in this beautiful very characteristic home. Within travelling distance to Chester, Portmeirion and lots of other interesting places to visit. As keen photographers the views were idyllic and we were lucky to have good weather until the day we left. Sorry to have to leave but we will return. Thank You Jane Tracey, Thank you so much for your amazing review. Very grateful. Thank you. Jane Property Owner Reviewed by Tracey5.0★Oct 2023 "Absolutely outstanding cottage." Host Jane very welcoming and very generous with the welcome pack of Wine,Cake,Coffee,Tea & Eggs.Everything we need was supplied within the cottage.Beautiful surroundings with a priceless view of Snowdonia from the dining area.Highly recommend this property whether you want to just relax in or explore North Wales as we did.WE LOVED IT !!! Reviewed by Janet5.0★Apr 2023 "Dave and I both loved the very spacious and beautifully equipped cottage." The welcome gifts, homemade Reviewed by David5.0★Feb 2023 "What a lovely place to stay will definitely book again in the future." Reviewed by Paul4.4★Oct 2021 "The cottage is absolutely gorgeous, the owner has done an amazing job at making it as comfortable and luxury as possible." The best things for us were the little things, a welcome basket with ground coffee, teabags, a bottle of wine and a whole cake. The log fire was already made ready to use and plenty more wood available to use. The views are stunning all throughout and the garden was so tranquil. Reviewed by Samantha5.0★Sep 2021 "The owner was kind and helpful." We would want to go there again. Reviewed by Martin5.0★Jul 2021 "A fantastic cottage,very well equipped and spotlessly clean Would recommend this property without any hesitation" Reviewed by Ivy5.0★May 2021 "This is the best, highest quality holiday home we have ever had the pleasure of staying in." Such a joy to just to be here and enjoy the surroundings. Fabulous North Wales location with a superb host. Reviewed by Tracey5.0★Mar 2021 "Bwthyn Clychau'r Gog was a lovely well executed cottage, Due to its many windows and doors it was very light and it had all the facilities we required along with good quality bedding, bathroom and kitchen equipment." It has private outdoor seating areas which afforded amazing, far reaching views of the surrounding countryside. This was the most spacious, warm and relaxing cottage we have ever stayed in. Good parking close to accommodation but it must be noted that it is in a very rural area and can only be reached by small side roads. Reviewed by Judy5.0★Sep 2020 "A much more spacious and well modernised cottage than I was expecting, with interesting wooden joists and broad open staircase adding to the atmosphere." The views of the hills and valleys are fantastic, with a generous private amenity area behind the cottage for good weather al fresco eating and drinking, (alas not in January). The complementary lemon drizzle cake was delicious. As was the red wine. Only down side for me was the persistent electronic buzzing background noise inside the cottage (from the security system?) clicks, twangs, and a good deal of wuthering, whistling and shrieks on windy nights...oh, did I mention the owl? Kidding. Reviewed by Mark3.8★Jan 2020 "Very relaxed and everything we needed" Reviewed by Tracey5.0★Dec 2019 "The property was light and spacious." It was furnished to a very high standard with great attention to detail. The host made us welcome, she was easily available, friendly and helpful. Reviewed by Sarah5.0★Oct 2019 "An excellent cottage, 10/10 would definitely recommend this cottage!" Reviewed by Gerwyn5.0★Aug 2019 "We were immediately impressed by the high level of care that had been taken in designing, constructing and equipping the property." In a wonderfully peaceful location, with beautiful scenery, and within easy reach of historic towns and excellent country for walking and bird-watching. We've already thought about a return visit at some time in the future. Reviewed by S4.7★Jun 2018 There are no reviews featuring this term Show all reviews Show more Hide all Summary One bedroom: 1 x king-size with en-suite bath, basin and WC Ground floor shower room with basin and WC Kitchen/diner Sitting room with woodburning stove. Electric heating, woodburning stove Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, WiFi, DVD Fuel, power and starter pack inc. in rent Bed linen and towels inc. in rent Ample off road parking Secure Bike storage Patio and raised lawn with furniture and BBQ Sorry, no pets and no smoking Shop and pub 2.2 miles Note: Cottage on working farm. The property This neatly converted farm building enjoys a stunning rural location, four miles from Pwllglass in Denbighshire. Its fabulous views, en-suite mezzanine bedroom and its proximity with some of North Wales' true gems, it is the perfect stay for a romantic couple's retreat. Note: This property can be booked with Ref. 29635, together they sleep eight. Bryn Dreiniog Cottages Ruthin 7 miles. Two beautifully converted farm buildings resting on the owner's working farm in a delightful countryside location, four miles from Derwen in North Wales. Both cottages at Bryn Dreiniog are traditionally stone-built and offer refreshing, bright interiors with elevating oak flooring, exposed wooden beams and stonework adding a touch of charm. Both benefit from luxury kitchen/diners, fully equipped with the highest quality units to make the most of. You can kick back and relax in the spacious yet cosy sitting rooms, providing snug sofas with stunning woodburning stoves to keep you warm. All of the bedrooms are finished to an immaculate, hotel-like standard with pristine bed linen and homely features. Three of the four bedrooms come with their own gleaming en-suite facilities. Gather everyone outside at one of the numerous seating areas to the outside of the cottages, plenty of charming furniture means that you can enjoy a memorable summertime feast with your loved ones. Head to nearby Ruthin for a town brimming with history, attractive architecture and a range of great amenities. The Bryn Dreiniog Cottages can act as a your heart-warming base to return to after a day of adventure in this fabulous area; breath-taking attractions including Moel Famau, Loggerheads and a short drive to Snowdonia National Park. These cottages offer simply incredible opportunities to make your North Wales break one to remember. Note: This property has a refundable Good Housekeeping bond of £100. View on map About the location RUTHIN Llangollen 12 miles; Bala 18.5 miles; Chester 25 miles; Betws-y-Coed 30 miles. The hilltop town of Ruthin lies to the north of Llangollen via the breathtaking Horseshoe Pass. The town is picturesque with attractive half-timbered buildings, mainly clustered around St Peter’s Square. There are many interesting shops and buildings, whilst the Nant Clwyd House (the oldest timber frame in Wales), Ruthin Gaol and Ruthin Craft Centre, which houses work by internationally recognised artists and craftspeople, are also worth a visit. Beautiful countryside is on Ruthin’s doorstep with Lake Brenig, Moel Famau Country Park and Clocaenog Forest close by. Further afield, but still within easy touring distance, are the coast, Snowdonia National Park and historic Chester. View more holiday cottages in Ruthin Note - Due to works by Scottish Power, there will be no power in the property from 9am - 5pm on the 26th March, 1st April & 3rd April.