“At all of your sites it would help if information on refuse collection was available.”
Ours at home is not the same in number of bins/use as in North Wales.
Ours at home is not the same in number of bins/use as in North Wales. It was again a very peaceful and enjoyable time at the cottage.
“Little Bryn Ffynnon is a lovely base for exploring and had everything we needed for the week.”
Location is perfect and the local pub is a gem!
“Little Bryn Ffnonnon is small but perfectly formed.”
Situated as it is in rolling countryside, but not too far from local attractions and things to do, it is just perfect. The cottage is suitably sized for two with every need taken into account. We loved it. For a golfer, the choice of local courses iOS almost limitless. Just about every other outdoor pursuit is within a few minutes. The Eagle and.Child village pub serves some terrific food in a friendly atmosphere. We heartily recommend this location.
“Enjoyed a long weekend at the cottage, excellent location with a local pub serving good food only a few minutes walk away.”
We enjoy sitting in the recently added conservatory which has some good views. We will be looking to book again in the future. Thanks for a great stay!!
“Because we had been before we knew what to expect, otherwise we would have ticked 'exceeded our expectations'!”
“Very good little cottage set in a lovely village overlooking fields , nice welcome pack , recommended”
“Nothing unless you count a village power cut (max 20mins) which we only realised when the heating had not started.”
Took 3mins to reset timer. Superb local pub 5mins walk away. Very quiet location just what we were looking for.
“Lovely cottage, but my plans to walk into Prestatyn were thwarted by the 1/3 hill which was the shortest route.”
That said, the views from the hill top are magnificent. The cottage was very good and we made full use of the lovely conservatory.
“The cottage is beautiful, and in a stunning setting, five minutes drive to the coast, just could not fault it.”
The owners were lovely, and on the end of the phone if needed. Will definitely be going there again.
- Off road parking
- Ground floor accommodation
- Ground floor bedroom
- Garden / Patio
- Pub/shop < 1 mile
A cosy, detached, ground floor chalet, in the small village of Gwaenysgor, 200 yards from a renowned pub, and only two miles from the seaside town of Prestatyn with its golden sandy beaches, on the beautiful North Wales coast.
Formerly the local Post Office and village cafe, this snug cottage opens through the porch into a lovely open plan living area with a sofa, modern fitted kitchen and intimate dining area.
The separate double bedroom is stylishly furnished with a coastal theme and there’s an en-suite shower room attached.
There are glazed doors leading from the bedroom to an enclosed, sheltered patio area with bike storage, where you can relax in privacy with newspapers and a morning coffee before setting off to explore the delights on offer around the local area.
Maybe you will choose to head to the beaches of Prestatyn, or perhaps undertake a section of the Offa's Dyke footpath, which runs right past the doorstep.
On your return, sit in the pleasant lawned garden and enjoy the fantastic views across fields towards the coast, whilst you enjoy a refreshing drink and wait for your evening meal to cook.
This terrific cottage offers great touring access to Rhyl, Colwyn Bay and further along the coast.
Alternatively, head inland to explore Denbigh or the Conwy Valley, or enjoy a round of golf at one of the many local courses.
This welcoming chalet makes an ideal romantic getaway in which to relax and explore the local countryside, at any time of year.
All ground floor. One double bedroom with en-suite shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
- Electric central heating
- Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, TV with Freeview, DVD
- Fuel and power inc. in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Off road parking for 2 cars
- Bike storage
- Enclosed side lawned garden with patio and furniture
- Sorry, no pets and no smoking
- Shop 2 miles, pub 1 min walk
- Beach 2 miles
- Note: No children or infants at this property.
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About the location
Prestatyn 2 miles; Colwyn Bay 16 miles; Llandudno 20 miles.
The tiny village of Gwaenysgor sits on the side of a hill in the quiet North Wales countryside, within the Clwydian Hill Range Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is just a quarter of a mile to the top, from where a wonderful panoramic view over the countryside and coast can be enjoyed. The village itself has a very good pub and is ideally placed for joining the Offa's Dyke National Trail which lies within a few minutes walk. The sandy beaches at Prestatyn provide safe bathing, a variety of watersports and lovely walks, whilst four golf courses and a leisure centre are within easy reach. Along the coast are the fabulous Mountain Zoo at Colwyn Bay and the Victorian resort of Llandudno with its lovely promenade. Within easy reach are the scenic lakes of Brenig and Alwen, a variety of castles and gardens and the spectacular scenery of Snowdonia, the Llyn Peninsula and the Isle of Anglesey.
Note: No children or infants at this property.
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