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Henfaes Isaf

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Corwen, nr Llangollen (View Location on a map)
6 Guests
3 Bedrooms
1 Bathroom
No Dogs
£529 7 Night Breaks From
£12.60 Average Per Person Per Night
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Henfaes Isaf was handpicked by our team to join our portfolio. Here's just a few of the reasons we think you'll love staying in Henfaes Isaf too!

  • In March 2018 Henfaes Isaf was listed in The Sunday Times as one of the trendiest place to stay in the UK
  • Perfect for groups or families, sleeps 6 with extensive gardens and a games room
  • Ideal for walkers/cyclists
  • 3 miles to pub/restaurant
  • Short Breaks Welcome throughout the Year
  • Set in beautiful countryside in the Upper Dee Valley

Excellent Quality
Rated 5/5 (read reviews)
Features You'll Love

  • WiFi
  • Enclosed Garden
  • Private Parking
  • Real Fire
  • Rural Location
  • Family Friendly
  • Period Cottage
  • Cot Available
  • Detached Property

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About Henfaes Isaf

In March 2018 Henfaes Isaf was listed in The Sunday Times as one of the trendiest places to stay in the UK. Delightful Welsh farmhouse in the Upper Dee Valley with open fire, exposed beams and a beautiful garden.

  • Far away from modern life and surrounded by unspoilt, beautiful countryside this unique traditional Welsh farmhouse is set in a lovely peaceful garden with lots of walks virtually on your doorstep - this is ideal mountain biking country too - see below for more information.
  • This beautiful cottage is featured in the book Cool Places and in Julia Bradbury's Outdoor Guide as a walk-friendly location to stay.
  • The farmhouse dates back several centuries, a former outhouse has 1770 carved on a wall, but the house probably was built in much earlier times and has now been sympathetically renovated with many original features still to be seen - beamed ceilings, an oak-panelled wall, bespoke wooden doors and windows with stained glass salvaged from ancient churches.
  • The cosy sitting room has an inglenook fireplace complete with bread oven and comfortable yellow sofas which contrast with beautiful antique furniture and unique pieces handcrafted by previous generations of owners - a magnificent handcrafted dresser and dining table are features of the dining room.
  • There are lovely bedrooms and a bathroom on the 1st floor and an old stable with a converted hayloft - a colourful games room with toys, games, large TV and a comfortable sofa - plus a telescope to explore the night sky.
  • This tranquil location attracts a wide variety of birds, relax in the garden, dine alfresco and listen to evening birdsong - when daylight fades the night sky is filled with stars - a truly lovely sight which has to be seen to be believed!
Layout & Further Information

3 bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 6. 1 Double, 1 Single and 1 Family bedroom with Double and Single beds, all on 1st floor.

Bathroom full suite - bath with shower over on 1st floor.

Kitchen
fully fitted, electric hob and oven, microwave, larder fridge/freezer, dishwasher, table and 3 chairs.

Sitting Room inglenook fireplace with open fire, handmade grandfather clock, ancient wooden wall. 1 x 2 seater sofa 1 x 3 seater sofa, comfortable armchair, large flat screen TV, DVD, coffee table.

Dining Room large handcrafted dresser (with owner's name carved on it) handcrafted oak table and 6 chairs.

Utility Room (external access) with washing machine, WC and shower cubicle, plus central heating boiler.

Children's Playroom in former hay loft in external building - colourful room loads of toys & games, large flat screen TV, Wii, sofa and armchair. Care with toddlers please, steep steps to Playroom.

Grounds large mature enclosed garden surrounding property with garden furniture, swing seat and barbecue.
Please note: Take great care with toddlers, steps and drops in garden area. Garden pond is not covered - keep children under supervision at all times in garden.


Additional Information

Short breaks - All year

WiFi - Yes

Changeover - Saturday

Towels - Yes

Parking - Yes, ample

Fuel - Gas central heating inclusive May to September. Outside these dates 30 p/w. Starter pack of logs free

Dogs - No

Travel cot - Yes

Highchair - Yes

Bed linen - Included as standard

Reviews & Comments
Visitors Rate This Property 5/5

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Verified Guest
28th May 2019

The cottage was everything we wanted. It was away from it all with stunning scenery, it was quiet except for the cuckoo, owl and woodpecker. Couldn't fault the cottage, it was exceptionally clean, everything was in its place, the garden (and you had a choice of where you sat) so peaceful. Walks straight from the door without having to use the car. Bliss!

Reply from: Quality Cottages Team

What a lovely review it just makes you want to visit, delighted that you enjoyed your stay.

A Williams Verified Guest
27th April 2019

Cottages was fab in a lovely setting

Reply from: Quality Cottages Team

Thank you for your review, glad you had a lovely stay.

Verified Guest
11th August 2018

Beautiful cottage, spacious and homely all at the same time which caters for all ages seamlessly.

Verified Guest
9th June 2018

Stunning location, beautiful old cottage decorated with love and care. Thoughtfully equipped with everything you might need. Kids playroom was a great bonus too!

T Denning Verified Guest
24th April 2018

One of the best properties we've ever stayed in. Great decor and location

Guestbook Comments

If you've ever visited a holiday cottage before, you most likely have seen a guestbook in the property for guests to leave a review for others when they arrive. Each of the following comments was lovingly left by people just like you in the guestbook left at Henfaes Isaf.

The Lloyd Family
19th May 2018

Absolute gem of a cottage, lovely period features such as the inglenook fireplace. Weather was great so really enjoyed the alfresco dining in the evening. Had numerous clear skies so the star gazing was a real treat! The most peaceful and tranquil setting, really don't want to go back to a busy town/city. Surrounding areas are stunning, really enjoyed the waterfalls at Pistyll Rhayader and Conwy Falls. Barmouth also a great beach! Thanks for a wonderful stay, definitely relaxed and chilled! Hope to return one day!

The Denning family
14th April 2018

Lots of reasons why this is one of the best holiday cottages we have ever stayed in; the location, the facilities, the décor, little homely touches like the teaset in the bedroom. We've had lovely walks from the cottage up the hills, and to forts and standing stones nearby.

The Edwards and Davies family.
2nd September 2017

This has been a wonderful time, our hearts and minds refreshed and prepared for return to work and school. To our 7 and 13 year old boys this has been a real eye-opener and they have discovered a love of rambling. From sitting watching the butterflies on the swing seat to meeting ponies on a ramble – fantastic. Three generations have loved being here – thank you. Hoping to come back soon.

Louise and Peter Bacon, Amsterdam
19th August 2017

What a lovely cottage this is, in a heavenly tranquil location and so excellently appointed in such good taste and with such attention to comfort and detail! We had a fantastic week with mixed weather, enjoying the many seating areas inside and in the pretty garden, and going for long rambles in the beautiful Welsh hills. The welcoming pack including a nice Chardonnay was consumed with gusto and thanks, and all in all we are sorry to have to leave! We'll certainly spread the word in Holland, and come back to this little slice of heaven!

Peter, Dilys and family, Pembrokeshire
12th July 2017

Thank you so much for letting us share your wonderful house. The setting is so beautiful and the house so comfortable. We enjoyed the peace and tranquillity in the heart of nature. The welcome gifts were really appreciated. I loved the garden and exploring around the fields. Our little grand-daughter really loved the play room and pottering around outside. Thank you again. We would love to come back someday.

About the Area

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Excellent Walks from your doorstep

  • Henfaes Isaf lies just off the Tegid Way - just one of the excellent walks from the cottage. There is a wonderful circular walk - the Wayfarer's Memorial, leading up to Cadair Bronwen - views across the whole of the Berwyn Range - then returning back to the farmhouse via Ty Uchaf, an ancient stone circle.
  • Cynwyd Waterfalls are a short walk away across the fields - care here there are steep drops. Walk along the River Dee from an ancient historic bridge to discover small pebbly beaches - sure to appeal to small children and perhaps older ones too!
  • Maps for these walks can be found in the farmhouse for guests to borrow - mountain bikers can take the circular route from the farmhouse via the Wayfarer's Memorial.

Places to Eat

  • In Llandrillo (3 miles) is an excellent small restaurant The Berwyn, homemade food served with a warm welcome (booking advisable, open Thurs-Sun).
  • Also in Llandrillo is Tyddyn LLan, highly acclaimed in all the good food guides and the possessor of a Michelin Star - one of Wales's foremost restaurants, set in this lovely remote location (booking advisable).
  • 15-minutes' drive away is Pale Hall hotel, an impressive, recently renovated Victorian manor where you can enjoy a cream tea or even a full Afternoon tea for a special treat.
  • The acclaimed Rhug Estate Farm Shop is within 3 miles and sells organic meat & vegetables from the estate. There is also a restaurant serving food until 17:30, but for a quick snack try their bison hamburgers from the takeaway.
  • Llangollen has a lively pub The Corn Mill on the banks of the River Dee with spectacular views of the town and river rushing past. The menu is excellent and the atmosphere is cosy (booking advisable).

Bala Lake

  • This is the largest natural lake in Wales and has an adventure centre here where you can hire canoes and sailing boats, use as a beach for swimming and paddling - ideal for small children.
  • A miniature railway track runs along one side of the lake and there are designated picnic spots all along the shore - follow the path over the wooden foot bridge to a hidden beach and rope swings.

Bala Golf Club

  • Visitors are warmly welcomed to play a round of golf on Bala's 10 hole course, 1000 feet above sea level with fabulous views of the lake below.

Day Tickets - Corwen & District Angling Club

  • Quality Game fishing, world famous for grayling fishing and the largest single game fishery on the Welsh river Dee. Also fish for salmon, brown trout, or sea trout. There are opportunities for catching salmon with bait and spinners. Guest tickets are available from Paul Ainsworth T. 07716 489 620.

Llangollen

  • Take the Llangollen Railway steam train from from nearby Corwen for a scenic ride along the Dee Valley to Llangollen
  • There is lots to enjoy here from white water rafting for the adventurous to pleasant walks along the canal to Pontcysyllte Aqueduct to admire Telford's magnificent feat of engineering. This 11 mile stretch of canal was awarded World Heritage status in 2009.
  • The famous Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod is held here annually in July with world class music and dance.

Ruthin

  • This is a historic town with many medieval buildings including Wales's oldest timber framed house as well as the old jail with its grim reminder of past times.
  • Markets are held regularly in the town centre and there is also the Ruthin Craft Centre and an interesting Art Trail.

Snowdonia Family Attractions within an hour's drive

  • Get Wet The Adventure Company 5 miles away
  • Zip World and Forest Coaster Betwys y Coed
  • Zip World Velocity Europe's longest zip wire, Blaenau Ffestiniog
  • Surf Snowdonia, Dolgarrog
  • The beautiful beaches of Barmouth and Fairbourne
  • Bounce Below, Blaenau Ffestiniog
  • One Planet Adventure Mountain Biking, Llandegla and LLandegla Laser Combat.

Year round Welsh holidays can be enjoyed in this charming Dee Valley farmhouse packed with period features and every modern comfort.



Eat & Drink

See below for a selection of pubs, restaurants, and eateries near Henfaes Isaf.

If you would like more information on the local area, please call us on 01348 837871 to speak to one of our friendly team.

Rhug Organic Farm Shop
( 2.3 miles away )

The farm shop sells a wide range of products besides meat. There is also has an award winning cafe.

Bryntirion Inn
( 4.6 miles away )

Old (1695) Inn serving good food, wine, real ales, speciality teas and coffees. Dogs welcome

Awel yr Aran
( 8.5 miles away )

Modern British menu of homemade dishes made with local produce served in an intimate setting.

The Sun Inn
( 10.1 miles away )

A traditional free house with food, a good selection of real ales and wines. At night the pub becomes a local venue hosting all types of music.

The Organic Stores
( 11.9 miles away )

Home delivery and box scheme available. See the web site for a list of suppliers

Wynnstay Arms
( 12.1 miles away )

Traditional 17thC coaching inn serving fine ales and home cooked food.

Ruthin Farmers Market
( 12.1 miles away )

A great opportunity to buy excellent local produce. Last Sat, 10am-3pm, Old Gaol Courtyard

Riverside Chocolate House and Tearoom
( 13.2 miles away )

Exquisite hand made chocolates, mouth watering desserts, hot chocolate made with real chocolate and much more. Watch the chocolates being made and choose from 50 different varieties to take home or enjoy with a drink in the tea room.

The White Horse Restaurant
( 15.1 miles away )

An award winning inn serving excellent food and a selection of real ales.

Owain Glyndwr Inn
( 16.5 miles away )

Moel Farnau, Moel Findeg and Loggerheads Country Park are all within easy walking distance. Open Mon - Fri 5pm - 11pm, Sat 12noon - 11pm, Sun 12noon - 6pm, Bank Holiday 12 noon - 11pm Food served Mon - Sat (except Tues quiz night) 5.30pm -8.30pm Sat lunch 12.30 - 3pm, Sun lunch 12 noon - 6pm

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