Llandegla 3 miles.
This charming semi-detached cottage is surrounded by countryside in the small hamlet of Rhydtalog, three miles from Llandegla.
The cottage provides comfortable accommodation for a family or a group of friends and the location makes it ideal for lovers of the outdoors as you are next door to an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Stepping in to the cottage you have space to hang your coats and take off your boots before taking a seat in the sitting room in front of the woodburning stove.
The cottage was built in the 1790s and you will find original features throughout including a stone fireplace and exposed beams in this room.
Towards the rear of the property you pass through the lovely dining room which has an original open fire, taking care to mind your head on the low door, to the well-equipped kitchen.
Here you have an impressive range with a triple oven and plenty of space to prepare fantastic meals for the family.
Upstairs are two cosy bedrooms, a light and functional twin room with countryside views and there is one step down to a delightful master bedroom with a four poster bed which creates a wonderful retreat.
There is also a bathroom on this floor with a Jacuzzi bath to relax at the end of a day spent out and about exploring the local area.
Outside is a split-level garden with a patio with furniture which if you close the gate to the upper level creates a safe, enclosed space.
Up the steps and you will find a terraced area with an open pond and a summerhouse; this is a great space for the children to play no matter what the weather with table football and a selection of games.
There are a wide variety of activities available in the area including walking the Offa's Dyke footpath, and cycling with the well-known mountain bike centre at Llandegla a short distance away.
If you fancy something a bit different, why not test your aim at the shooting ground or take it easy with some fishing.
For culture lovers the Theatre Clwyd at Mold offers a range of shows throughout the year.
On a sunny day why not pack a picnic and spend a day at the Welsh Mountain Zoo in the pretty town of Colwyn Bay?
With something to suit everyone, Bwthyn Llwyncaron is a fantastic choice for anyone looking to stay in North Wales.