This well-furnished, terraced property enjoys a beautiful, rural location overlooking the countryside in the Denbighshire village of Glyndyfrdwy.
With a wealth of outdoor activities, scenery and charming towns nearby, this tastefully decorated cottage is a fine choice for your North Wales break to suit all tastes.
The modern living areas come on the ground floor; the sitting room boasts snug seating for five, a wall-mounted TV and an attractive electric fire to make those chilly nights extra special.
The kitchen diner is fully equipped and beautifully finished to set you up perfectly for your well-deserved break.
Head upstairs to discover the three immaculate bedrooms at the cottage, all brushed with a homely touch so you can get your rest in peace.
The interior concludes with a glistening family shower room so you can get ready for a night in the nearby Berwyn Arms in style.
Stroll out into the wonderful garden area, graced with Astroturf and a patio with furniture, you can sit out under the summer sun and embrace your refreshing location.
Glyndyfrdwy is a lovely rural village boasting a pub/restaurant and a paddle boarding centre on the River Dee, it was also the home of Welsh hero, Owain Glyndwr.
From here you can easily reach two of North Wales' most popular inland resorts; Llangollen and Bala.
Both providing history, beauty and plenty to do to keep all of the family occupied.
2 Tan Y Ffordd is an attractive cottage in a fine countryside location.
Three bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x double, 1 x single. Shower room with a basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with electric fire.
About the location
Llangollen 4.4 miles; Bala 14 miles.
This small village of Glyndyfrdwy is situated amidst the beautiful Dee Valley, just 4.4 miles from the picturesque town of Llangollen. Situated close to the foothills of the scenic Berwyn Mountains, the village is renowned as the home of Owain Glyndwr where, in 1400, he proclaimed himself Prince of Wales and thus began his 14-year rebellion against the English. Today you can still see Owain's Mount - the eroded remains of a 12th century castle motte, whilst the village itself offers a village pub. Great walking is available with the Offa's Dyke Pathway nearby, whilst canoeing on the River Dee is available for those who enjoy water sports. The nearby town of Llangollen offers a good range of shops, pubs and eateries and is internationally famous for its annual Musical Eisteddfod as well as for white water rafting opportunities. Take a steam train through the picturesque Dee Valley, visit the National Trust properties at Erddig or Chirk Castle or take some time to explore the Clwydian Hills or the delights of Snowdonia National Park. A fabulous location at any time of year!