Mold 5 miles.
This pretty, detached cottage is set behind the owner's B&B, overlooking open countryside, in the scattered hamlet of Penymynydd, near the market town of Mold, eight miles from Chester and just six miles from Chester Business Park.
Formerly a stable, this cottage near Mold has been converted to offer a cosy, open plan living area with sitting area, dining area, woodburner, French doors to the garden, a well-equipped kitchen, and access to a stylish bedroom with en-suite shower room.
Outside, to the rear of this Mold cottage, is a private patio and garden overlooking open countryside, plus access to a pretty cottage garden with views over the fields and a selection of growing herbs, which guests are able to help themselves to.
You can also see the ducks and chickens wandering freely; they might even produce eggs for you if you’re lucky!
Guests have access to the B&B facilities if desired, with a resident’s lounge and a breakfast room with cooked breakfast option should you wish to set yourself up for a busy day, also, there are good, local pubs, serving food, in nearby Penyffordd and Kinnerton.
This Mold cottage is in a great location for exploring the delights of the local area, with easy access from Buckley train station just five minutes’ walk away, a bus route to Chester from outside the cottage, a golf driving range within half a mile, and bridle tracks for dog walking leading from the doorstep.
The Roman city of Chester offers shopping, cafes and restaurants on the medieval rows, along with boat trips on the river, an historic cathedral and renowned zoo.
The attractions of North Wales are waiting to be discovered from this Mold cottage, including the Eisteddford town of Llangollen, the Snowdonia National Park and the Isle of Anglesey.
If you just want to switch off and relax, or explore Flintshire and beyond, this perfectly-located Mold cottage is an ideal choice.