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Bod Erw Lodge

Dyserth, North Wales & Snowdonia (Ref. 1067156)

5.0

(24 ratings)

Sykes rating

  • Sleeps 2

  • Bedrooms 1

  • Bathrooms 1

  • Pets No

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Features

  • Broadband / WiFi
  • Off road parking
  • Pub/shop < 1 mile
  • Ground floor bedroom
  • Ground floor accommodation

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24 Customer Reviews

  • "We’ve stayed in quite a few Sykes cottages over the years."

    We have to say that Bod Ewr Lodge is the very best we have had the pleasure of staying in. We had 2 very good weeks where we were able to use the lodge facilities to the full! The weather was very kind to us, so the BBQ provided for our use, was a real boon! The owners were very obliging and totally customer focussed, ensuring that we had everything we needed. The ready chilled bubbly and very nice chocolates were very welcome upon our arrival, so too was the bonus bottle of red wine at the beginning of the second week of our stay. Need we say more? A superb holiday, in a perfect location and with 5* luxury thrown in! Many thanks Jackie and Graham. Hoping we can return soon!

    Reviewed by PaulJun 2022

  • "This was a beautiful holiday property, one of the best we have stayed in."

    We chose it mostly for its situation which is very convenient for walking, visiting great places and local amenities, convenience store, pubs etc. But we would go again because of the property itself. We arrived to a chilled bottle of champagne which was lovely after a long drive. Sitting with that on the fabulous decked area with amazing views, was a great start to the holiday. The inside of the property is very tastefully done and well equipped. It’s small, so storage is not great, but it is very well thought out and you have absolutely everything you could need. The owner was very friendly and helpful checking if we needed any top ups etc. We were lucky with the weather, so if you were unlucky you might feel a bit cheated as the outdoor area is just gorgeous, but even one day of it would be worth it. Would we go again? Like a shot.

    Reviewed by SandraMay 2022

  • "We had a wonderful stay at Bod Erw lodge."

    We were greeted on arrival with a bottle of chilled champagne and chocolates and made to feel very welcome. The lodge is full of little touches, you can tell it’s been well thought out. It feels very luxurious and modern. The outside area is just as well thought out, with comfortable furniture where you can sit and admire the beautiful view. The owners are friendly and very helpful and gave us a few suggestions of places to visit. We spent three nights here which wasn’t long enough but will definitely return.

    Reviewed by RobertApr 2022

  • "The lodge was amazing and had everything we were hoping for and more!"

    The views from the lodge where fantastic and we can't wait to come back again soon!

    Reviewed by DavidApr 2022

  • "This place is just incredible, it's clean and modern, well equipped and in a beautiful quiet location with stunning views."

    I can not recommend it enough and I'm sure I'll be back for another stay.

    Reviewed by BenApr 2022

  • "We found this amazing gem in Dyserth."

    it was a beautiful & peaceful setting, really well thought out, & lovely finishing personalised touches. It was cosy, had under floor heating & just so comfortable. View was great too & we were able to watch the sun setting. We really didn’t want to leave. The owner Jackie was so friendly & went the extra mile to make our stay memorable, Nothing was too much trouble. Location was great for main North Wales attractions. It was near to the main roads & there was a pretty 3 mile walkway to Prestatyn too. Would definitely recommend ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

    Reviewed by IanApr 2022

  • "Second time staying at this lodge, absolutely obsessed with it."

    Everything about it is so perfect. Really didn’t want to leave but i’m sure we will be back soon. One of the best places i’ve stayed at! Thanks so much to the hosts Jackie and Graham. Katie&Sarah x

    Reviewed by KatieDec 2021

  • "An excellent holiday location with wonderful hosts."

    Lodge is outstanding with all the home comforts and an amazing view. Will return again, close to excellent local pubs for food and close to all the North wales attractions.

    Reviewed by NeilNov 2021

  • "ABSOLUTELY FABULOUS STAY."

    FANTASTIC PLACE & OWNERS QUALITY/FACILITIES SUPERB HIGHLY RECOMMENDED WOULD LOVE TO RETURN AGAIN. THANKS JACQIE & GRAHAM.

    Reviewed by MarkOct 2021

  • "What a brilliant place everything really spotless and up to date, and such lovely views."

    Hosts very welcoming and helpful

    Reviewed by JenniferSep 2021

  • "Fabulous stay in an extremely well equipped lodge, the owners Jackie & Graham had thought of everything , and made us feel so welcome, the robes & slippers added a personal touch."

    The views were amazing and a perfect place for a couple .

    Reviewed by JosephineSep 2021

  • "Bod Erw Lodge is in a lovely setting with sea views over Rhyl."

    Our hosts, who live nearby, were very welcoming. They provided milk, a bottle of fiz and cakes on arrival and brought us fresh towels half way through the week. The lodge is set up a short, but quite steep lane and it's quite a tight corner to turn right into, or left out of the lane. We actually used to drive just past the lane and turn around by reversing into a little street opposite, then we could drive up from the left which was a lot easier. There's a gate at the entrance to the grounds of the property so you have to get out of your car to open and close it. This wasn't a problem for us. The parking for the property is flat. The property was nice and clean and well equipped for 2 people. There is a Nespresso coffee machine and the pods were provided, also tea and sugar. There was a good size shower gel dispenser in the shower which was filled with decent shower gel. The only thing I would have liked would be a long handled brush or small vacuum cleaner, but that's just me. The lodge is quite small, but it's lovely and has a nice sitting out area with table, benches and bbq. We were lucky with the weather so got to use it and saw some gorgeous sunsets. The property is near to Rhyl and Prestatyn, also not too far from Conwy, Bets y Coed and Llandudno. Rhuddlan Castle is also nice to visit. We had a lovely meal at the Red Lion in a pod in the beer garden. We also had a nice walk along the old Dyserth to Prestatyn Railway track which is now a tarmac road with lots of benches which was good as my husband needs to rest often due to a lung condition. There's also a nice cafe along the way in a converted railway shed where we had a nice coffee and lovely bacon butty. All in all, we had a great week and would be happy to stay again.

    Reviewed by JaniceSep 2021

  • "Bod Erw Lodge is the perfect getaway and having spent a fantastic 7 days here, we are amazed that Sykes have 'only' awarded it 4 ticks as this property is the epitome of exceptional standards and luxury."

    This isn't a lodge with an anonymous magazine-style design - it is made welcoming and luxurious with help of the personal touches and quality accessories (no one wants to drink fizz out of cheap glasses!) The lodge itself is way beyond being 'well-appointed', everything here is exceptional which begins with the grassed and decking area, with furniture to relax and/or dine at or just to observe the views and listen to the falcons, and of course the Gas BBQ, then its a step inside to the stylish yet efficient kitchen (with everything you need for a quick breakfast to a full meal) with a table to dine at all complimented by the perfect sofa to lounge on whilst logging into the smart TV to watch your favourite films and TV series. Pass through a bathroom that would rival most top-quality hotel rooms with its high-quality fittings including a luxurious power shower (and not forgetting the fluffy robes and slippers) The other side of the bathroom is the bedroom which is set up for the perfect nights sleep, a spacious bed with a top-quality mattress and bedding which certainly makes it a struggle to get up in the morning! Reading lamps, dressing table and hairdryer make this a great, functional room, with luxury to compliment the absolute peace and quiet the lodge offers. The hosts here are also exceptional - we had a long 5+ hour drive and were a little frazzled on arrival, so to be greeted with some drinks on ice and the decking area all setout was a perfect welcome, as was the lowdown on what was available near-by especially the delicious takeaways within walking distance! We had little need for anything else in the lodge (replacement coffee pods, new towels etc) but the level of care given by the hosts is very reassuring and welcoming. The local village/town is great for such a small place, the local Indian is absolutely delicious (use the app to order as everything is cooked fresh), there are a number of other takeaways, mini markets, pubs and a butchers, and a walk down to the waterfall is an absolute must. We used the lodge as the perfect base to visit the nearby beaches, Snowdonia, Zip-world (which is fantastic) and we certainly will be returning to explore further in the not too distant future and to enjoy the sunsets overlooking the sea (and if it's cold to enjoy the awesome underfloor heating!)

    Reviewed by AndrewAug 2021

  • "We had a fantastic week at Bod Erw Lodge."

    the lodge was 5 star luxury all the way carnt fault it in any way. the host jackie and graham were brilliant they could'nt do enough for us. the veiws were fabulous loads to do visiting local areas along the coast. we played golf at rhuddlan golf club a great day for golfers all in all it was a great week away will be going back .

    Reviewed by AndrewAug 2021

  • "Perfect property and base to explore North Wales the owners are very friendly."

    They helped us with recommendations of local pubs restaurants walks etc.

    Reviewed by MarkJul 2021

  • "Really enjoyed the local walks and cycle routes."

    Amazing place to stay. Wonderful views. Lovely hosts Jackie and Graham. Felt at home. Would stay again.

    Reviewed by JaneJun 2021

  • "I don’t know where to begin."

    ... This really is an amazing lodge and we had the most fantastic weekend/bank holiday break. The host’s were fantastic and really spoil you with total luxury!! On arrival we were greeted with fizz, beers and cakes which was enjoyed straight away on the decking overlooking the most stunning views, followed with a barbecue while we watched the sun set over the sea

    Reviewed by TomMay 2021

  • "Really lovely cabin and really lovely hosts."

    Everything was brand new and decorated really nicely, and they really went above and beyond with the little touches - bathrobes and slippers provided, chocolate covered strawberries and prosecco waiting for us when we arrived, coffee and tea and milk provided etc. The views are amazing and it's a great location for reaching the all the tourist attractions in North Wales. It's just a shame we could only stay for two nights!

    Reviewed by KayleighMay 2021

  • "Me and my partner had the best time at the lodge, everything was perfect & the hosts were so lovely."

    Dying to go back already, the sea views were stunning and it’s such a great area. We would both recommend this lodge to anyone, you can’t get much better! You could really tell how the hosts put personal touches into everything and you just felt really welcomed and looked after. Thanks so much again, Katie & Sarah x

    Reviewed by SarahMay 2021

  • "Fantastic hosts, nothing was too much trouble!"

    Beautifully decorated lodge with so much attention to detail. Really peaceful setting and plenty of sunsets over a sea view! Can’t wait to come back. Thank you again. J&I x

    Reviewed by JoyMay 2021

  • "We had a wonderful time at the cottage!"

    The owners are lovely and available to accommodate requests. It is a brand new cottage with modern interior, fully equipped to cook while staying there. The attention to details really makes a difference here: from the incredibly soft robes, to the complimentary slippers, to the welcome package with beer/wine bottle and chocolates..amazing! When the sun is out the patio is perfect for eating out and using the BBQ provided at the property. The view is amazing and offers a super relaxing scenery.

    Reviewed by AgneseMay 2021

  • "It was a brilliant holiday, we were made to feel very welcome, will definitely be coming back :))"

    Reviewed by MeghanMay 2021

  • "Brilliant accommodation location and hosts 5 star break x"

    Reviewed by KarenApr 2021

  • "Bod Erw Lodge is a hidden gem."

    We were delighted with the facilities and whole holiday experience. The owners Jackie and Graham were incredibly hospitable and had thought of everything you would need to ensure a relaxing retreat/break. The lodge has been beautifully built with love and care and the interior and specifications are high end, tasteful and create a luxurious scandi influenced feel. It was an absolute delight to spend 2 nights in this perfect cabin, over looking the stunning views of the welsh countryside. We will be back ( and feel completely spoilt) and we cannot recommend this Lodge more highly - its a very special place. Gav & Kate

    Reviewed by KateApr 2021

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Summary

  • All-ground-floor
  • One king-size bed
  • Shower room with walk-in shower, basin, heated towel rail and WC
  • Open-plan living space with kitchen, dining area and sitting area
  • Underfloor heating
  • Electric oven and induction hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, Nespresso coffee maker and hair dryer
  • Smart TV, Wifi,
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • BBQ
  • Private off-road parking
  • Front decking with seating
  • Secure bike storage
  • Sorry, no children, no pets and no smoking
  • Shop 0.3 miles, pub 0.7 miles
  • Note: The exterior is accessed via 15 steps
  • Note: The owner's property is nearby.

The property

This detached lodge is a hidden gem nestled in a remote corner of Denbighshire, acting as a romantic retreat for a relaxing break to North Wales.

Bod Erw Lodge rests in an elevated position of the village, overlooking breath-taking views of idyllic countryside and coast, which can be seen from your very own private decking, accompanied by a crisp glass of wine as the sun sets.

The exterior itself is accessed up 15 steps and into a luxurious open-plan living space, decorated with stylish furnishings and a rustic ambiance; here you can rustle up your best home-cooking for a romantic date night on the lovely dining area.

The accommodation continues to boast a ski chalet-style fused with chic amenities into the spacious shower room, fitted with a double walk-in shower, an illuminating demisting mirror, complimentary Duck Island spa shower gel and a heated towel rail.

Following on from here is the sumptuous king-size bedroom, adorned with Egyptian cotton and beautiful themes throughout; you even have the added luxury of complimentary robes and slippers to keep you comfortable whilst on your stay.

Soak up your surroundings and pick up some local delicacies from the nearby shop, as you get ready to prepare an intimate dinner for two, or visit one of the welcoming pubs for an evening of pub grub and drinks.

Discover the Rhaeadr waterfall nearby, admiring the inspiring scenery on the calming journey through enchanting woodland before stopping off at the gorgeous tea room for a delicious coffee and a cake.

Discover a day of adventure and get ready for an exciting day on a challenging ramble along the Offa’s Dyke Path, try your luck on a hike up Gop Hill, or find even more outdoor activities at Allt Y Craig and Golden Grove.

The BBC series 'Weatherman Walking' cover this section of beautiful North Wales coast line, from Talacre right the way through to Rhyl where you can walk along the headland with its beautiful seaside landscapes and quite sections filled with wildlife and we learnt more about what this historic seaside resort has to offer in a modern day.

Pack your beach bag and travel to Rhyl where you'll find a pavilion theatre, the SeaQuarium, and a miniature railway, whilst Prestatyn is home to a glorious Blue Flag beach, opportunities for watersports and classic seaside amenities.

Travel west along the coast to Gwrych Castle, just 10 miles away, this 19th century castle near Abergele sits in a privately owner 236 acre estate.

Now open to the public, The Gwrych Castle Preservation Trust aim to preserve the heritage of the Grade One castle for all to enjoy and raise funds for restoration through learning more about the architectural and historical importance of this striking landmark.

Visit either St Melyd Golf Course Meliden or Rhuddlan Golf Club for a peaceful day out or venture further afield to the renowned Snowdonia National Park, the dramatic Clwydian Hill Range, or coastal town of Llandudno for memorable days out.

For the adventurous couple you have some amazing thrills too be had all within an hours drive of the property such as Zip World located in 3 places with in the Snowdonia National Park, boasting the world's fastest zip line and has 13 adventures to take part in or head to Delamere Forest for some more treetop adventures with Go Ape.

Delight in a romantic weekend away at Bod Erw Lodge.

Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £150.

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About the location

DYSERTH

Prestatyn 4 miles.

Dyserth is close to the lovely North Wales coast, four miles from the seaside town of Prestatyn. This pretty little village was mentioned in the Domesday book of 1086 and has ancient castle ruins, a stunning waterfall with quaint tea rooms next to it, two pubs both serving food and the Parish church of St Bridget with superb stained glass windows. There is easy access to lovely local walks including Offa’s Dyke Path, Gop Hill, Allt Y Craig and Golden Grove, where you can enjoy the fantastic scenery and vistas of the local area. Prestatyn, whose Blue Flag beach provides miles of golden sand, is ideal for bathing, water sports and fishing. The perfect base for touring the beautiful Snowdonia National Park, the Clwydian Hill Range, Victorian Llandudno, the Welsh Mountain Zoo or historic Chester with its wonderful shops and architecture. A fantastic area from which to explore the local countryside and amenities on offer along this North Wales coastline.

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