“Lovely large house in quiet location, well equipped and comfortable, felt like home from home.”
Only downside was the local pub had closed but plenty of shops and places to eat in St Asaph and Denbigh. Plenty of leaflets in property of places to visit but no information about local walks. Wish we could have stayed for longer as so much to see and do.
Only downside was the local pub had closed but plenty of shops and places to eat in St Asaph and Denbigh. Plenty of leaflets in property of places to visit but no information about local walks. Wish we could have stayed for longer as so much to see and do. Would recommend staying here, we had a great holiday.
- Off road parking
- Open fire
- Garden / Patio
- Cot available
- Highchair available
- Pub/shop < 1 mile
- Washing machine
- Broadband / WiFi
This superb barn conversion cottage was converted around 2005 and enjoys a peaceful courtyard setting with two other properties in the delightful, sleepy village of Tremeirchion, in beautiful Denbighshire.
Stylishly presented, you enter into a welcoming hall with snug seating area overlooking the pretty enclosed rear garden.
The sitting room leads off the hall through a large archway and provides a wonderful relaxing area with a comfy corner leather sofa located in front of a stylish living-flame gas fire.
The kitchen is beautifully appointed with character features including granite worktops and a woodburner to provide ambience when dining with your friends and family at the large wooden table with padded chairs.
Upstairs are four attractive bedrooms, the master offering a super king-size bed with spacious dressing area and large en-suite bathroom with free-standing bath and shower cubicle, whilst the twin room has a relaxing seating area, and two further double bedrooms provide options for all family sizes.
The rear garden is lawned and terraced to provide a safe space for children and pets to play, whilst a slate patio under a pretty wooden pagoda allows you to sit and relax in the country air with a refreshing drink and a good book.
The welcoming village pub is only a seven minute walk away and has regular music sessions and hearty food, as well as a children’s play area and beer garden.
Set on the foothills of the Clwydian Range the walking opportunities are plentiful, with the Clwydian Way passing through the village opening up opportunities to reach Llangollen or Prestatyn on this 122 mile circular route.
The North Wales coastline is within seven miles and Rhyl, Prestatyn and Abergele are all accessible within 20 minutes by car, making this a delightful cottage from which to explore Denbighshire and the surrounding area.
Four bedrooms: 1 x super king-size double with dressing area and en-suite free-standing bath, separate shower, basin and WC, 2 x double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with free-standing bath, separate shower, basin and WC. Ground floor basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area and woodburner. Sitting room (seats 7) with gas fire. Hallway with seating (seats 2).
- Oil central heating with gas fire and woodburner
- Electric range oven with 5-ring gas hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, WiFi
- Fuel, power and starter pack for woodburner inc. in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Two travel cots, highchair and stairgate
- Off road parking for 2 cars in communal courtyard, additional roadside parking available on first come first served basis
- Bike storage
- Enclosed rear garden with slate patio, lawn, furniture and BBQ
- One well-behaved pet welcome, to be kept on ground floor only and a dog cage is provided
- Sorry, no smoking
- Shop 5 miles, pub 7 mins walk
- Note: No stag/hen or similar
- Note: Property is next to a working farm so some farm vehicles will pass to the rear of the garden
- Note: Check-in 4pm.
Note: This property has a refundable Good Housekeeping bond of £150.
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About the location
Bodfari 1.8 miles; Denbigh 7 miles; Mold 16 miles; Chester 26 miles.
The small village of Tremeirchion is located in Denbighshire, within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Nestling peacefully between the northern Clwydian Hills and the Vale of Clwyd, the village is steeped in history and offers a church, which dates back to 14th century, along with a 800 year old yew tree in its grounds. The local pub, The Salusbury Arms serves fine home-cooked food and a selection of real ales, plus close by is the Graig Nature Reserve and the famous Offa's Dyke National trail. The small village of Bodfari, beneath the imposing Clwydian Hill Range, with Moel Fammau being its highest point is close by and has a church, plus the ancient market town of Denbigh, with its celebrated 13th century castle, pretty streets, shops, pubs and restaurants is within reach. Also in the area is the small city of St Asaph with its cathedral, as well as the Bodelwyddan Castle and church, and further afield are the North Wales coast, the Snowdonia National Park, the Isle of Anglesey and the historic city of Chester. A lovely base for discovering all that this part of Wales has to offer.
This property offers the following short breaks:
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