Barn conversion in the heart of North Wales situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty and triple si listed. Unrestricted walks over Halkyn mountain. Within easy reach of all of North Wales beautiful castles, beaches and Snowdonia national park …see more
The cottages where built in 1850, and initially where just 1 up 1 down for workers in the close by Mill, now converted to a lovely 4 bedroom home. the Holyhead to Manchester railway was literary just behind the rear fence and was strafed daily by German aircraft in WW2. To the rear is the river Afon and vast forestry with the imposing ridge of the Clwydian hills looming above. …see more
Cae Rhug can offer very comfortable accommodation for two families or large parties, we also have within a minutes walk another cottage sleeping two adults and two children which is also advertised named Y Gegin Fach. …see more
Tree Tops scandinavian house overlooks an unspoilt valley in beautiful countryside on the hillside above Llanfynydd village. The perfectly peaceful location is so close to the amenities of North East Wales and North West England. 8 fly fishing lakes are on site. Visit Roman Chester, Llangollen, World Heritage site of the Aqueduct at Froncysyllte or Snowdonia. …see more
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