Llandyrnog 0.6 miles.
A detached, rural cottage with private gardens, a hot tub and country views, set down a quiet country lane, close to the village of Llandyrnog, a few miles from the market town of Denbigh.
Located next door to the owner’s home, this Llandyrnog cottage offers a superb getaway, with an L-shaped kitchen/diner leading onto the pleasant lawned garden, as well as a great-sized sitting room with woodburner, and the four bedrooms split evenly across the ground and first floors.
The bathrooms provide a Jacuzzi bath, a freestanding bath and a lavish spa shower cubicle, monsoon shower and power shower functions, offering indulgence for everyone.
This Llandyrnog cottage is ideal for a family holiday, with a king-size and double bedroom on the ground floor, and two first floor twin rooms, one with an en-suite bathroom.
Outside this Llandyrnog cottage you will find a large lawned front garden, a pretty rear garden with patio and lawn, and a luxurious family hot tub, perfect for a long, relaxing soak whilst enjoying the superb country views.
A short walk will lead you to the village with a choice of three village pubs, whilst numerous paths lead across nearby fields, and within half a mile, connect to the Clwydian Way footpath in one direction and Offa’s Dyke in the other, making this location ideal for exploring the delightful surrounding countryside.
A fantastic Denbighshire cottage for family get-togethers in a picturesque region.
About the location
Denbigh 4.4 miles; Ruthin 5.3 miles.
The pretty Welsh village of Llandyrnog lies to the east of Denbigh, north of the historic town of Ruthin, close to the Offa’s Dyke and Clwydian Way walking paths. Set in delightful rolling countryside in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the village benefits from three village pubs, two offering meals, along with a bar/restaurant, a Post Office and general store and a butcher, as well as being the home of Llandyrnog Creamery, famed for its cheese and milk production. Nearby lies the market town of Denbigh, which dates back to the 11th century and boasts the remains of a 13th century castle, perched on a steep hill above the town and commanding some superb views over the surrounding countryside. Denbigh is a busy little town, with a variety of shops and pubs, and a number of events including walking festivals, beer festivals, the Denbigh and Flint Annual Show, the Clay Art Potters Market and a monthly People's Market. Within easy reach of Denbigh are the cathedral at St Asaph, the castle at Bodelwyddan, the seaside resorts of Llandudno, Prestatyn or Colwyn Bay, and the historic city of Chester, over the border into England. The Snowdonia National Park is a short drive, with its stunning lakes, mountains, walking, cycling and mountain biking with local trails in the forest, while the Llyn Peninsula and excellent beaches on the Isle of Anglesey are ideal for a day trip. Plenty to see and do at any time of the year!