Caerwys 1.7 miles.
A delightful, 18th century, stone-built, semi-detached cottage, which stands in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the northern edge of the lovely Clwydian Hill Range, just 1.7 miles from Caerwys, one of Britain's smallest towns.
With two attractive fireplaces and a warm, welcoming cottage atmosphere throughout, this cosy property offers an ideal blend between traditional charm and modern comfort.
A perfect location for touring all of North Wales or enjoying the nearby market towns of Denbigh, Mold and Ruthin.
Holywell, home to the famous St. Winifred's Well (described as the Lourdes of Wales), is within close proximity as is Prestatyn, with its wonderful sandy beach, ideal for swimming, watersports and fishing.
Surrounded by excellent golf courses, wonderful walking and mountain biking, this is an ideal base for day trips to medieval Chester, Victorian Llandudno and all of the Snowdonia National Park.
A welcoming cottage, perfect for an all year round romantic break or family holiday.
Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Ground floor bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Fitted kitchen. Dining room with multi-fuel stove in inglenook fireplace. Sitting room with coal-effect electric fire.
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About the location
Mold 10 miles; Prestatyn 10 miles; Chester 22 miles.
Caerwys was granted a Royal Charter in 1290 and is one of the smallest towns in Great Britain. Standing in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty between the northern edge of the Clwydian Hill Range and the miles of sandy beaches along the North Wales Coast, this vibrant town boasts two pubs, a couple of shops, Post Office, butcher, pharmacy, bowling green and tennis courts. Nearby are the historic market towns of Mold, Denbigh and Ruthin with excellent shops and craft centres, including the Afonwen Craft Centre on the outskirts of the town. Just a short drive away is Prestatyn, whose Blue Flag beach provides miles of golden sand, ideal for bathing, watersports and fishing. This is an ideal location for exploring the attractions of North Wales, with access to superb walking, mountain biking and birdwatching amidst the breathtaking scenery of the Clwydian Hill Range and on the Offa's Dyke Pathway. Visit the wonderful medieval city of Chester with its famous zoo, Lakes Brenig, Bala and Vyrnwy, Victorian Llandudno, wonderful castles at Rhuddlan and Conwy, the historic pilgrimage site of St. Winifred’s Well at Holywell and the Snowdonia National Park, all within easy reach.