The Cottage rests wonderfully amid the tranquil countryside of North Wales, just over a mile from the charming village of Cefn Mawr and near fabulous Llangollen.
The homely interior and ideal location for touring the area make this a superb cosy hideaway for that long-awaited couple's retreat.
The ground floor of the property is occupied by a charming kitchen/diner, boasting a good range of equipment as well as a rustic wooden dining table, the layout is enhanced by stunning exposed beams and an attractive stone feature wall.
Take the stairs to the first floor where, uniquely, you will find a comfortable sitting room which displays the most picturesque views of the surrounding valley.
Up here, you are also presented with a peaceful double bedroom and a pretty shower room boasting a walk-in shower cubicle so you can get ready for your days in charming style.
Appreciate this fine location from the comfort of the back garden here at The Cottage; shared lawns and a relaxing patio area are joined with superb views of the scenery engulfing this fine getaway.This property is ideal location for walkers and its about 500 metres from Offa Dyke path.
Cefn Mawr is a welcoming village to base your holiday; it comes lined with a small selection of shops, pubs and eateries.
Close by is the dramatic and popular Thomas Telford Pontcysyllte Acqueduct, with its own pub and The Chapel Tea Rooms nearby, then just a couple of miles from here is the wonderful town of Llangollen.
The town is bursting with excellent amenities as it also plays host to the Llangollen Railway Station.
Within distance you can visit the pretty market town of Oswestry, as well as the tremendous city of Chester just 20 miles away.
A comforting stay for couples wishing to explore this magnificent region.
With Trevor hall just up the road, this property is perfectly situated to explore what the hall has to offer and is close by if you are attending a function.
About the location
Ruthin 15 miles; Chester 25 miles.
The beautiful Vale of Llangollen, with its dramatic mountain backdrop and boulder-strewn River Dee is the setting for this pretty tourist town, internationally famous for its Musical Eisteddfod. Explore the green valley by steam train or canal boat, or take an exhilarating walk up to Castell Dinas Brân, high above the town, in order to enjoy the breathtaking view. Llangollen offers a good range of pubs and restaurants, as well as many interesting shops. The National Trust properties of Chirk Castle and Erddig are within easy driving distance, while a day-long car trail can take you to visit six of the ‘Seven Wonders of Wales’. Offa’s Dyke Path passes nearby and boasts pleasant walking along the crest of the Clwyd hills, plus the famous Pontcysyllte Aqueduct is 5 miles away, and Snowdonia is less than an hour’s drive.