A charming, detached, 18th century renovated stone cottage in the hamlet of Pencoed, 1.5 miles from the town of Corwen and 11 miles from Bala.
This Pencoed cottage is set in an elevated position and offers wonderful views across fields and the Berwyn Mountains.
This Pencoed cottage boasts oak features throughout, and you will find quality farmhouse furnishings in the sitting room, where you will want to spend time relaxing in front of the cosy stone inglenook fireplace with woodburning stove.
The superb open plan kitchen area has been finished to a high standard with oak-fitted units and granite counter, along with a large dining table and social sitting area with surround sound speakers, woodburning stove and delightful valley views which can be enjoyed through the full-width bi-fold doors.
On a warm summer evening you can enjoy your meal on the large balcony overlooking an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
There are four good size bedrooms, one on the ground floor with its own bathroom, allowing for flexible sleeping arrangements.
There is a conservatory at the front of this Pencoed cottage where you can sit and admire the valley views, whilst the patio can be used to enjoy breakfast, lunch or afternoon tea on a summer's day.
This superb Pencoed cottage has numerous walking tracks on its doorstep, which will provide peace and tranquillity during your stay.
This Pencoed cottage is an excellent base for whatever you choose to do in the Denbighshire area.
Four bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x double, 1 x ground floor double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with corner bath, shower, basin and WC. Ground floor shower room with shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area and comfy seating with woodburning stove. Utility. Sitting room with woodburning stove. Conservatory.
About the location
Corwen 1.5 miles; Ruthin 11 miles; Llangollen 14 miles; Betws-y-Coed 23 miles.
The tiny rural hamlet of Pencoed is situated amidst scenic countryside between the towns of Corwen and Ruthin, which lie to the north of Llangollen via the breathtaking Horseshoe Pass. Ruthin is a picturesque town, with attractive half-timbered buildings, mainly clustered around St Peter's Square. There are many interesting shops and buildings, whilst the Nant Clwyd House (the oldest timber-frame in Wales), Ruthin Gaol and Ruthin Craft Centre, which houses work by internationally recognised artists and craftspeople, are also worth a visit. Beautiful countryside is on the doorstep in this area, with Lake Brenig, Moel Famau Country Park and Clocaenog Forest all close by. Further afield, but still within easy touring distance, are the beautiful coastline, the Snowdonia National Park including Bala and Betws-y-Coed, and historic Chester.