Often an overlooked holiday destination in North Wales, beautiful Denbighshire has mountains and valleys and access to the coast.
Discover the Outstanding Natural Beauty of its spectacular Clwydian Range and lofty Berwyn mountains, rolling green valleys fed by meandering rivers and dotted with market towns and impresive iron age hill forts, to the celebrated North Wales coast.
Bala Lake, Chirk Castle and Gardens, the picturesque market town of Corwen, historic Rhuddlan, the ancient village of Dyserth, festival town of Llangollen, the Horseshoe Falls, a World Heritage Site, Pontcysyllte Aquaduct, St Asaph Cathedral town and seaside resorts of Rhyl and Prestatyn are all waiting to be explored.
Enjoy walking, water sports, adventure activities including mountaineering, gardens, canal barge and steam train trips.
Sleeps: 6 | Bedrooms: 3 | No dogs | Wi-Fi | Changeover: Sat
Cynwyd 1m | Corwen 3m | Bala 11m | Ruthin 15m
Beautiful traditional Welsh farmhouse surrounded by lovely grounds and set in stunningly beautiful countryside in the Upper Dee Valley (An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty). Enjoy excellent walks from your doorstep.