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Pen Y Bryn

Llandyrnog near Denbigh, North Wales & Snowdonia (Ref. 1085540)

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The property

Denbigh 5.5 miles.

Perched in on the outskirts of Llandyrnog, North Wales, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, is this striking, unique, architecturally designed detached house, Pen Y Bryn.

Living up to its name meaning ‘Top of the Hill’, this stunning elevated property enjoys exceptional far-reaching views over the Vale of Clwyd towards Snowdon, as well as 2.6 acres of land and a contemporary interior throughout.

Pen Y Bryn makes for a fantastic getaway for a family of eight or group of friends looking to explore North Wales and Chester in a rural setting.

Take advantage of the ample off-road parking right outside of the property, before unloading your bags with ease and soaking up the exceptional surrounding views.

Be welcomed into the versatile open-plan living space, where you will be immediately greeted by a large plush corner sofa, a perfect spot for snuggling up with a coffee and a good book. Look forward to playing chef in the fully-equipped Miele kitchen, boasting top of the range fixtures and fittings ensuring you have everything you need to create mouth-watering dishes for your guests.

Gather around the dining table to tuck-in to a tasty meal, drink and plans for the days ahead are discussed. After a hearty meal, step down into the sitting room, where you can cosy up on the generous corner sofa, selecting your favourite series on the TV as the evening’s entertainment. Enjoy specular sunset views of Mount Snowdon from the balcony or enjoy evening drinks on the decked veranda, which is easily accessed by the bi-folding doors, seamlessly blending indoor and outdoor living.

The movie buffs in your party will delight at the cinema room, where they can watch their favourite film play out courtesy of the DVD player, 3D projector and motorised projection screen.

Completing the ground-floor is a handy cloakroom for avoiding those morning queues and a utility housing a useful dryer for keeping your holiday clothes fresh and dry!

Climb the stylish and bespoke staircase up to the first-floor, where you will discover two beautifully decorated bedrooms, a king-size with TV and en-suite shower room and a king-size with lower-level dressing room, perfect for preparing for the day in style.

There is also a bathroom where you can indulge in a blissful soak in the bath after a day of exploring. Moving up to the second-floor, you will find two additional bedrooms, a double bed with an abundance of natural light and a double with dressing room and TV, perfect for those lazy Sunday mornings.

Both bedrooms are served by a well-appointed bathroom.

After a restful night, wake-up with a steaming cup of coffee before wandering the expansive grounds of Pen-y-Bryn.

If you can tear yourself away from the property, venture into the large village of Llandyrnog, where you will find The White Horse Inn, a charming gastropub serving tasty home-cooked meals and local ales, ideal for those fuss-free evenings when you don’t feel like cooking!

Pull on your walking boots and enter the Coed Llangwyfan nature walk on the door step to iron age mounds , to Offa's Dyke Path or embark up the famous Moel Famau peak, which offers incomparable views at its top, as well as the remains of a tower at its summit.

Mountain bikers paradise with tracks on the doorstep.

From here you can access, Mold which offers an excellent selection of shops, pubs and restaurants, as well as its delightful theatre where you can catch a live performance.

Just a short drive away is the historic town of Denbigh, home to the fascinating ruins of a 13th-century castle which overlooks the town and a selection of interesting museums where you can learn more about the town’s rich heritage.

If you time your visit right, Denbigh is well-known for its popular events and festivals including the monthly People’s market, beer festivals and the Denbigh and Flint Annual Show.

Be sure to take time to visit the town of Ruthin, where you will find the Nantclywd y Dre Historic House and Gardens, a local history museum, and the decadent Ruthin Castle which houses a spa and restaurant serving scrumptious afternoon tea. For a truly unforgettable getaway to North Wales, be sure to choose Pen Y Bryn as your home-away-from-home.


  • Over-three-floors
  • Four bedrooms: 1 First floor King-size Bedroom, 1 x First floor king-size with TV and en-suite walk-in shower, basin and WC, 1 x second floor double 1 x second-floor double with TV
  • Bathroom with bath, walk-in shower, basin and WC
  • Second-floor bathroom with bath, walk-in shower, basin and WC
  • Cloakroom with basin and WC
  • Open-plan living space with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with balcony
  • Utility
  • Cinema room
  • Air source heating
  • Neff electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, dryer and dishwasher
  • TV, 3D projector, WiFi, DVD player, Playstation 4
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Ample off-road parking
  • Balcony with decked veranda with furniture
  • Sorry, no pets and no smoking
  • Shop 4.1 miles, pub 1.6 miles
  • Note: There is a step up into the dining area, please take care
  • Note: There are two steps leading down to the living area, please take care
  • Note: In some of the bedrooms, there are internal steps leading down to the dressing room areas, please take care
  • Note: The second-floor bathroom has steps leading down to the bath and may not be suitable for those with limited mobility
  • Note: No hen/stag or similar

Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £450.

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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 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!

Region Information

Please note that owner cannot accommodate bookings checking in on a Sunday.

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Off-season
  • Last minute
  • Christmas
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Owners may request any evidence that they reasonably require before making a refund. Sykes Holiday Cottages is not agreeing to pay or guarantee any refund from the Owner to you under this Book with confidence.
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