A fantastic, stone-built semi-detached cottage, located in the countryside of North Wales, at the end of a quiet country lane, on the edge of the village of Tremeirchion.
Looking out over the rolling hills of the Welsh landscape, with its thick stone walls and brickwork fireplace in the sitting room, this cottage is the perfect place for a romantic getaway.
Set over two floors, Graig Fawr Cottage has a comfortable bedroom upstairs and downstairs, you will find a great kitchen with a dining area, with a high peaked ceiling off to the side of the building.
There is also a spacious sitting room with a stove set into a brickwork fireplace, where you can curl up together with a glass of wine.
There is a lawned garden to the front of the cottage, which looks out over green countryside and to the rear, there is an enclosed courtyard with a table and chairs.
Walks are available from the door, plus the Graig Nature Reserve and famous Offa's Dyke are easily accessible, and the local pub, The Salusbury Arms, just one mile away serves home cooked food and real ales.
The small village of Bodfari is only two miles away, and short drives away are St Asaph and Denbigh, where you can visit Denbigh Castle.
Being close to the A55, this is a superb base from which to discover all that North Wales and the walled city of Chester have to offer.
With a wide range of things to do, from high street shopping in Chester to a range of walks, castles and stately homes to visit in Wales, as well as the coastal towns of Llandudno and Colwyn Bay, you will not be stuck for things to do.
An excellent Welsh cottage to kick back and relax in after a day of exploring.
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.