Dyserth 1.5 miles.
This superb, detached holiday cottage is beautifully presented by the owners, who live next door, and overlooks a meadow and unspoilt woodland, in rural countryside, one and a half miles between the villages of Trelawnyd and Dyserth, on the North Wales coast.
Completely renovated with excellent attention to detail, this cedar clad Dyserth cottage offers an open plan living area overlooking the large patio and meadow, and incorporates a very well-appointed kitchen, cosy dining area and welcoming sitting area, where you can sit and relax in front of the woodburning stove after a busy day exploring the local countryside and coastline.
There are two stylish bedrooms with oak flooring at your cottage in Dyserth, with a spacious king-size with a high ceiling, and a cosy twin room accessed up three steps, as well as a shower room with double shower.
The property is warmed with the latest infrared and ceramic radiator heating technology and has been stylishly finished with quality fixtures and fittings to provide a luxury Dyserth cottage for family and friends to enjoy.
Outside continues to offer style and character with stone walls and a wood shingle roof retaining its original heritage as a lambing shed, along with a large patio and summerhouse to enjoy the views from.
Accessed along a half mile country lane leading onto a gravel bridle path, this Dyserth cottage benefits from peace, quiet and country tranquillity, whilst offering easy access to all the amenities available along this popular stretch of coastline.
You will be sure to come away with fantastic holiday memories from your stay on the North Wales coast.
All ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x twin (accessed up 3 steps). Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburning stove. Utility.
About the location
Prestatyn 4 miles.
Dyserth is close to the lovely North Wales coast, four miles from the seaside town of Prestatyn. This pretty little village was mentioned in the Domesday book of 1086 and has ancient castle ruins, a stunning waterfall with quaint tea rooms next to it, two pubs both serving food and the Parish church of St Bridget with superb stained glass windows. There is easy access to lovely local walks including Offa’s Dyke Path, Gop Hill, Allt Y Craig and Golden Grove, where you can enjoy the fantastic scenery and vistas of the local area. Prestatyn, whose Blue Flag beach provides miles of golden sand, is ideal for bathing, water sports and fishing. The perfect base for touring the beautiful Snowdonia National Park, the Clwydian Hill Range, Victorian Llandudno, the Welsh Mountain Zoo or historic Chester with its wonderful shops and architecture. A fantastic area from which to explore the local countryside and amenities on offer along this North Wales coastline.