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Offas Dyke Escape

St Asaph, North Wales & Snowdonia (Ref. 1063953)

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  • Sleeps 2

  • Bedrooms 1

  • Bathrooms 1

  • Pets No

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  • Icon/Feature/Hot Tub Hot tub
  • Icon/Feature/Off-road parking Off road parking
  • Icon/Feature/Garden or Patio Garden / Patio
  • Icon/Feature/WiFi Broadband / WiFi

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  • “Great host.”

    - Mr Abass, June 2021

The property

If you and your partner are seeking an exceptionally-appointed and unique holiday accommodation to the beautiful landscape of North Wales, look no further than the George Clarke's Amazing Spaces featured Offa’s Dyke Escape.

Enjoying an elevated position above the owner’s home, based on the popular Offa’s Dyke and in the middle of an AONB, this property provides stunning views of the Snowdonia National Park and beyond to Anglesey, and is perfect for a couple or a solo traveller seeking a base for an adventure-filled holiday.

Access to the lodge is gained via impressive electric gates and along the driveway that opens out onto the spacious forecourt, where you will find plenty of off-road parking.

Take the exterior steps from the parking space to discover the lodge, where you can savour the awe-inspiring views before heading inside.

Admire the interior wood cladding of the open-plan living space, offering a distinct and authentic ambiance, which is complemented by the feature tree branches and leaves, as well as the contemporary furnishings and fixtures.

Step into the compact, yet well-equipped kitchen, where Victorian-style tiling lies beneath the sleek suite featuring a combi microwave/oven, a hob and fridge.

Concluding the downstairs is the shower room, whilst upstairs there is a plush king-size bed with award winning Emma mattress, where there is a self rising TV, perfect for relishing in those lazy mornings in bed.

Each morning, look forward to opening up the patio doors, which allows a seamless integration of the outside in and step onto the patio to delight in alfresco meals with the stunning North Wales countryside and coast as your backdrop.

At the end of a bracing day on the national park, savour a moment of luxury and relaxation with a dip in the hot tub to further enjoy the views of Snowdonia and rest beneath a canopy of stars, bliss!

For amenities, take a short journey into the small city of St Asaph, home to a collection of traditional pubs, classic inns and bistro restaurants, as well as a number of shops for browsing and picking up essentials.

Just half a mile away, and within walking distance of the property, is The White House restaurant and spa which has plenty of amenities for you to enjoy, and two miles away you’ll find The Piccadilly Inn who are more than happy to collect you and drop you back off at the pod free of charge in a luxury vehicle.

St Asaph also plays host to the smallest ancient Cathedral in Great Britain, founded in the year 560, a 9-hole golf course and riverside walks, where there are opportunities to spot kingfishers, sparrow hawks and buzzards.

Whilst here, be sure to head to the glorious coastline, where summer afternoons can be spent on the beaches of Talacre, Prestatyn and Pensarn, or travel slightly further afield to the bustling coastal town of Llandudno to enjoy the 19th-century Pier with shops and a games arcade, the North Shore beach and a tram journey up to the Great Orme.

Walking opportunities are in abundance here too, with the Snowdonia National Park resting just a scenic drive away, where the more experienced hiker can take on the peaks of Snowdon, Glyder Fawr and Tryfan, whilst a stroll around the beautiful Llyn Brenig and Alwen Reservoir offers something more leisurely.

Other local attractions include the Greenfield Valley Heritage Park, the highest pub in Wales, the Sportsman's Arms and the National Trust property of Erddig in Wrexham.

With the famous Offa’s Dyke Path and the historic city of Chester also awaiting to be enjoyed, this lodge promises to be a fun-filled holiday in North Wales.

Summary

  • One mezzanine-style king-size bedroom with Smart TV
  • Ground-floor shower room with walk-in shower, basin and WC
  • Open-plan living space with kitchen, dining area and sitting area
  • Electric central heating
  • Electric hob, combi oven/microwave, fridge, hairdryer, 2 x Smart TV and WiFi
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Ample off-road parking
  • Patio area with table, chairs, swing seat and hot tub
  • Sorry, no pets or smoking
  • Shop 2.7 miles, pub 0.6 miles
  • Note: Access to the property is via external steps, please consider this when booking
  • Note: There is reduced head height in the bedroom
  • Note: 5pm check in
  • Note: Hot tub may not be up to the optimum temperature on arrival, due to it being cleaned and filled with fresh water

Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £150.

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About the location

ST ASAPH

Denbigh 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 a 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.

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This property offers the following short breaks:

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