A stylish, contemporary, farmhouse, next to the owner's home, on their smallholding, on the outskirts of Llannefydd village, in an elevated location above the Dolwen Reservoir, on the Denbighshire/Conwy border.
This detached, delightful cottage offers quality accommodation and breathtaking views as soon as you enter into the double height, summer room, which soaks up the country views across the valley.
Opening into a modern kitchen with a breakfast area, you will find everything you need to enjoy a sociable meal with friends and family whilst taking in the undisturbed panoramic views.
A second reception room provides a cosy area to sit and read or watch TV, whilst a snug offers space for the children to claim as their own, and enjoy their media games on a further TV.
With the benefit of a double sofa bed, this room can also be used as a ground floor bedroom, enjoying the use of a wet room next door, making it suitable for the less able guest, if required.
Upstairs you will find two king-size bedrooms, one with en-suite facilities, the other a Juliet balcony, and a triple bedroom, again ideal for children, all enjoying some of the best views available in North Wales.
The half-mile track to the farmhouse, though un-adopted, is in good condition and level and worth the walk back into the village to enjoy the hospitality at the 17th century coaching inn and restaurant, perhaps after a walk down to the reservoir to enjoy a spot of fishing first.
If that doesn’t give you enough to do, then a ½ acre meadow outside the cottage provides all the space children may need to play Frisbee or perhaps fly a kite.
The popular seaside town of Abergele is a short drive away and opens up to miles of sandy beaches and coastal walks along the Welsh coastline.
Alternatively, visit the market town of Denbigh or the newly-appointed city of St Asaph, both just 15 minutes’ drive away.
The area is renowned for its stunning scenery and country walks, and will have you returning to this luxury cottage time and time again.
About the location
Denbigh 5 miles; Abergele 9 miles; Rhyl 10 miles; Prestatyn 13 miles.
Only 7 miles from the lovely North Wales coast lies the rural village of Llannefydd, located between the historic town of St Asaph, with its impressive cathedral, Rhuddlan with its majestic castle, and Abergele with its fabulous sandy beaches. The pleasant, nearby seaside town of Abergele stands on the North Wales coastline and is ideally positioned between the stunning Vale of Clwyd and the Conwy Valley. Renowned for the impressive Gwych Castle which overlooks the town, and its enormous sandy beach, the whole area offers safe bathing waters and excellent watersports facilities, as well as a coastal cycle path which runs along the Abergele seafront, whilst for walking enthusiasts the Offa's Dyke Pathway, the Clwydian Hill Range and beautiful Betws-y-Coed known as the Gateway to Snowdonia are all nearby. The castles of Rhuddlan, Conwy, Denbigh and Caernarfon are not to be missed and the delightful Victorian town of Llandudno, offering quality shops, restaurants, a dry ski slope and exciting cable car rides over the Great Orme, is within easy driving distance. Both the Brenig and Alwen reservoirs offer stunning scenery and walking opportunities and are within 10 miles of the village. Plenty to do at any time of the year!