St Asaph 2.5 miles.
This superbly-presented, single-storey, detached log cabin is situated on a small development made up of six lodges in a semi-rural location near the city of St Asaph, in the picturesque Vale of Clwyd.
Luxuriously appointed throughout to provide stylish, comfortable accommodation, this delightful log cabin cottage near St Asaph is ideal for couples or small families looking to explore this unspoilt area of Denbighshire.
All at ground floor level, this log cabin cottage near St Asaph offers two lovely bedrooms, one boasting an en-suite shower room, and a family bathroom.
The welcoming open plan living area features a well-equipped kitchen, a cosy dining area, and comfy leather sofas and a fantastic woodburning stove in the sitting area.
Outside this log cabin cottage near St Asaph, you will find a wonderful hot tub on an enclosed, decked veranda overlooking the one and a half acre woodland play area, and shared lawns.
Enjoy a drink and a relaxing dip at the end of an exciting day spent exploring the local attractions and activities on offer from the doorstep of this cottage near St Asaph.
Go river fishing in Llanerch Park Pool, explore the equestrian centre, and practise you putting skills on the on-site, 9-hole golf course.
This log cabin cottage near St Asaph retains a prime location, also offering easy access to the Tweedmill Shopping Outlet, where you can enjoy discounts at the delicious Blas Clwyd Cafe.
From this pretty, wooden lodge near St Asaph, you will find direct access to wonderful country walks and riverside trails, including the Clwydian Way.
Pull on your walking boots, pack a picnic, and discover all the delights of Denbighshire and North Wales.
With so many local delights available from this fabulous log cabin cottage near St Asaph, you simply won’t want your holiday to end!
Note: This property can be booked with Refs. 919602 and 941257, together they sleep 13.
About the location
Denbigh 6 miles; Rhyl 6 miles; Chester 28 miles.
St Asaph, though small, was awarded city status in 2012, even though it boasts a population of little over 3500 occupants. Lying in the Vale of Clwyd, six miles between Denbigh and the coastal town of Rhyl, in north Wales, St Asaph enjoys a strategic location overlooking the rivers Clwyd and Elwy. The city offers delightful riverside parkland and a children’s play area with picturesque river walks where you may see kingfishers, sparrow hawks and buzzards. St Asaph is home to an historic cathedral, dating back 1400 years in areas and holding the reputation of being the smallest, ancient cathedral in Britain. It is also renowned as the location where the Bible was translated into Welsh in the 16th century. In September, the city comes alive with the arrival of the North Wales International Music festival, which takes place across numerous locations, culminating for the last few years in a television finale, broadcast from the cathedral. St Asaph offers numerous amenities and activities, from traditional pubs, to gastronomic dining experiences, numerous craft and gift shops and local clubs offering a 9 hole golf course, horse riding, angling, and crown green bowling, as well as a thriving leisure centre and the Tweedmill Retail Outlet. A superb holiday location for exploring this picturesque area of North Wales.