Explore the beautiful Dee Valley, its pretty market towns of Bala, Chirk, Corwen and Llangollen as well as the Horseshoe Falls and Pontcysyllte Aquaduct.
Discover Bala Lake the largest natural body of water in Wales a wonderful place for walking, watersports and riding the narrow gauge, Bala Lake Steam Railway. Bala is famed as the town where a giant Welsh Cake baked on St Davids Day in 2014 entered the Guinness Book of Records as the largest ever made.
Splendid grade 1 listed medieval Chirk Castle, cared for by the National Trust, is well worth visiting at any time of year but is particularly beautiful in February when the beautiful gardens are carpeted in snowdrops.
The historic town of Corwen stands on the picturesque bank of river Dee at the confluence of five river valleys. The highest point in Denbighshire the Berwyn mountains rise up in the background offering opportunities for walking, hiking and mountaineering.
The charming little town of Llangollen is home to the celebrated international music festival. Canal barge and steam train trips are not to be missed. 5k to the north is spectacular World Heritage Site the Horseshoe Falls, and Thomas Telford's spectacular fete of engineering, the Pontcysyllte Aquaduct.
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.