St Asaph 4.5 miles.
Panorama is a beautifully appointed, luxurious detached pod, located close to the owners own home, situated within 1 acre of private secluded grounds, high above the village of Rhuallt in North Wales.
Panorama is an ideal location for those wanting a quite relaxing break with many accessible walking routes from your doorstep such as the famous Offa’s Dyke path.
Offering 20 square metres of living space, Panorama is just perfect for a couple seeking a romantic get away from it all and offers a unique holiday experience, wonderful memories will be created to take away and treasure.
The sociable open plan studio living area has a compact but well-equipped kitchen where you can rustle up a leisurely breakfast or a simple supper, which can be enjoyed at the breakfast bar or on the decked area outside.
Afterwards snuggle up together on the comfy reclining sofa and relax in front of the warming wood burning stove, you will be warm and comfortable whenever you choose to stay.
The sumptuous double bed with Egyptian cotton bedding will ensure a good nights sleep and the well-appointed shower room completes this wonderful pod.
The outdoor front decked area with bistro table and chairs is an excellent place to enjoy an evening BBQ or a glass of your favourite tipple!
The well kept grounds and lawns are to be enjoyed, there are even hammocks available for your use and enjoyment.
Located only 5 minutes from the A55, its ideally situated to explore the many and varied attractions and countryside North Wales has to offer.
There are some wonderful walks, including Offa's Dyke close by.
Panorama is less than 4 miles from the town of St Asaph in North Wales, the smallest city in the UK, and offers numerous amenities and activities, from traditional pubs, to gastronomic dining experiences, numerous craft and gift shops and local clubs offering horse riding, angling, and crown green bowling.
Further afield are the town of Denbigh and the coastal town of Rhyl in North Wales.
The Snowdonia National Park is a short drive, with its stunning lakes, mountains, walking and cycling, while the Llyn Peninsula and excellent beaches on the Isle of Anglesey are ideal for a day trip.
Whatever you decide to do, this beautiful pod will make a wonderful holiday at any time of the day.
About the location
Denbigh 6 miles; Rhyl 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 an 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.