Bodelwyddan 1.5 miles.
This detached bungalow is located in the hamlet Cross Foxes south of Bodelwyddan Castle's outer wall.
This is a perfect holiday base for a family or group of friends wishing to explore the outstanding natural beauty of North Wales.
The property comfortably sleeps six in spacious bedrooms with ample storage space for belongings.
The front double bedroom has exposed timbers and a quaint en-suite wet room.
Along the hallway are the further two well-lit twin bedrooms, both with beautiful garden views through large windows.
There is a large bathroom with a shower over bath facility and a separate small WC just down the hallway.
The property boasts an open plan kitchen and dining area with an additional breakfast bar and feature fireplace.
The kitchen is fully equipped with the necessary amenities including an electric cooker, fridge/freezer and microwave, ideal for guests to rustle up a delicious meal.
To the rear of the bungalow is a lovely conservatory sun room which opens onto a large patio, an extension upon the already spacious living room.
The living room has ample leather sofas, a TV and a wide selection of books and Ordinance Survey maps to help guests plan their adventures around the Welsh countryside.
Guests should note that due to the age of the property some doors have low head height.
Accessible via a few steps to the superb, raised garden provides an ideal space for children to let off some holiday excitement and for guests to exercise their dogs.
The Kinmel Arms is just a short drive away and serves gastro pub style food.
Guests can explore the stunning coastline of North Wales, which is just a short ten-minute drive away.
This is an exceptional bungalow, ideal for groups of six wishing to enjoy the coast of North Wales.
All ground floor. Three bedrooms: 1 x double with en-suite wet room, 2 x twins. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Separate WC. Kitchen with dining area and breakfast bar. Utility. Sitting room with piano leading to conservatory.
About the location
Rhuddlan 3 miles; St Asaph 3 miles; Abergele 4 miles; Rhyl 5 miles.
The small village of Bodelwyddan is situated in the Vale of Clwyd and is known for Bodelwyddan Castle which is set in 260 acres of woods and parkland and is home to the National Portrait Gallery and St Margaret’s Church, nicknamed as The Marble Church which was built in 1856 and erected by Lady Willoughby de Broke. Bodelwyddan also has a pub, a selection of shops and a golf driving range. The nearby village of Rhuddlan has the remains of a castle that dates back to the 13th century and was built by Edward I. The area is renowned for scenic walks along the Clwydian Hill range or Offa’s Dyke pathway. Discover the nearby beaches of North Wales, the city of St Asaph and visit Victorian Llandudno, 16 miles away, with its famous promenade, or explore Conwy Castle, Bodnant Gardens or delightful Betws-y-Coed, the getaway to Snowdonia. An ideal base for exploring the area.