Bwythyn y Felin is a cosy, period stone cottage enjoying a wonderfully tranquil location in the friendly village of Nannerch in North Wales.
Brimming with character and with a number of outdoor opportunities available close by, this is the ideal base for families or friends to come and get away from it all together.
Enter this whitewashed stone hideaway and be greeted by the homely living/dining room, which is centred by a fabulous woodburning stove and touched with charming exposed beams and stonework to create a wonderfully warming spot to put your feet up, as well as a place to enjoy your meals.
A rustic kitchen rests close by, featuring quarry tile flooring and charming cream-coloured units.
Through the kitchen you can access the peaceful single bedroom, warmed by an alluring woodburning stove.
The first floor of Bwythyn y Felin presents you with three delightful bedrooms; two king-size and a bunk room, along with a fresh white family bathroom, complete this accommodation in charming fashion.
To the back of the cottage you will find a wonderful little seating area where you can enjoy your morning coffee or even an evening drink or two with the refreshing countryside air to top it all off.
As part of the Clwydian Range, there are superb walks available right from your doorstep.
The village of Nannerch offers a pub which serves delicious food.
A range of fine shops, pubs and eateries can be found in the nearby market town of Mold which also hosts a weekly market.
For more of a seaside retreat head to the magnificent North Wales coast, with popular resorts such as Llandudno and Conwy within an hour's drive.
A relaxing getaway, perfect for a countryside break.
Four bedrooms: 2 x king-size, 1 x bunk room, 1 x ground floor single with woodburning stove. Bathroom with shower over bath, basin and WC. Kitchen. Living/dining room with woodburning stove.
About the location
Caerwys 4 miles; Mold 6 miles.
Nannerch is a small village situated between Mold and Caerwys, on the eastern flank of the Clwydian Hills in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Boasting wonderful walks through the countryside and hills, with stunning views, the village is home to a popular 18th century pub serving good food and real ale, and a sports club with a great range of facilities. Caerwys is one of the smallest towns in Great Britain, standing between the northern edge of the Clwydian Hill Range, and the miles of sandy beaches along the North Wales Coast. It has two pubs, a couple of shops, a Post Office, butcher, pharmacy, a bowling green, and tennis courts. Just six miles away, the market town of Mold lies in an ideal position for exploring the attractions of North Wales, with excellent access to superb walking and breathtaking scenery. It offers a regular market, a selection of shops, good pubs and of course, Theatre Clwyd, the National Theatre for Wales. Chester is just a short drive away, with its historic buildings, riverside walks, a racecourse, and excellent shopping, whilst majestic Conwy Castle can be found within half an hour's drive. An excellent touring base for North Wales.
Note: This property is only suitable for 5 x adults and 2 x children. Note: No Hen/Stag parties, or similar.