Beautifully renovated, large holiday cottage with a hot tub. Set in stunning countryside where deers can be spotted regularly. Located in the small hamlet of Cefn Berain, Vale of Clwyd, this detached, holiday cottage is private and secluded, yet centrally located for a wide range of amenities and activities. Watersports, quad biking, walks and fishing are all within 2 miles, whilst the stunning North Wales coast, castles and endless attractions are within a short drive.
The main entrance to this large holiday cottage leads to a snug hall with a welcoming wood burning stove within the original inglenook fireplace. The exposed beams, leather sofa and easy chair, corner desk and oak staircase all contribute to the cosy atmosphere.
Leading on from the snug area is the large lounge with original oak floors and the original wood burning stove. At the far end, French doors open onto a large private enclosed garden area and offers stunning views of the surrounding Welsh countryside. Luscious sofas and easy chairs provide seating for up to 9 people, along with coffee table, large flat screen TV and DVD.
At the other side of the snug area is a spacious under floor heated kitchen/diner. This luxury holiday cottage comes with a beautiful, handmade kitchen, made of solid oak units and Welsh slate worktops. Fully fitted with all modern and new kitchen appliances including ceramic hob range cooker, dishwasher, microwave and fridge/freezer.
The dining area features large solid oak table and chairs with enough seating for up to 8 people. There are also patio doors leading from the diner area onto the patio area and garden.
Utility with solid oak units and Belfast sink, washing machine, and separate WC.
This property has four large bedrooms:
Spacious master bedroom with ensuite and balcony. Solid oak king-size bed with bedside tables, Welsh tapestry bedspread, dressing table and built in wardrobe, large sliding door leading to balcony with view across countryside leading towards sea. Ensuite includes a large shower, solid oak washstand with mirror and shaver point.
Double ensuite bedroom with bedside tables, wardrobe, large chest of drawers and Welsh tapestry curtains.
Twin bedroom with full size solid oak beds, and oak wardrobe. Original cast iron fireplace and exposed stonework.
Twin bedroom with original cast iron fireplace and exposed stonework. Full size original cast iron single beds and a built-inn wardrobe.
Main Bathroom includes freestanding bath with cast iron feet, large solid oak washstand with mirror and shaver point.
Weekly lets from £430 / Short breaks from £280
|Size||Sleeps up to 8, 4 bedrooms|
|Nearest Amenities||2 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
|Luxuries||Jacuzzi or hot tub, Log fire, DVD player|
|General||TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 2 En suites|
|Furniture||Single beds (4), Double beds (2), Dining seats for 8, Lounge seats for 9|
|Further details indoors|
Bed linen, hand and bath towels included
Travel cot and high chair provided. Please bring your own cot bedding with you.
Heating and electricity included
Plenty of off road parking available
No pets or smoking
2 acres of fields
|Further details outdoors|
The large garden area boasts a private hot tub as well as garden furniture, lawn area, play area, outdoor toys and large garden shed and a lockable large storage area.
There's something magical for everyone in the North Wales Borderlands - whatever your interest.
Take a trip on the Llangollen canal and admire the view from the Pontycysyllte Aqueduct crossing, an engineering marvel towering 100ft above the river Dee. Visit a range of world class golf courses with greens and fairways running along the border between Wales and England. Spend a day at the races or get behind the wheel of a state of the art 4x4 and try out your off-road driving skills.
Enjoy woodland walks, unspoilt for centuries and rich in wildlife and history or explore the Clwydian Range. From thrill seekers to those who just want to kick back and relax, this area of outstanding natural beauty won't disappoint.
If you're looking for down hill thrills or steep ascents, some of Wales ' best mountain biking trails can be found at Coed Llandegla in the Clwyd mountains. For foodies, there are plenty of food festivals, lovely little restaurants and pubs offering fresh local food all along the North Wales Borderlands.
This luxury cottage is situated in a convenient and much sought after location in the small hamlet of Cefn Berain, North Wales and is surrounded by totally unspoilt countryside. This property enjoys a particularly sunny position, glorious views and offers a good deal of privacy and seclusion. There is also a bus stop 90 yards from the cottage.
The cottage is situated only 1½ miles from neighbouring villages Henllan and Llannefydd. Henllan has a village shop and post office, and a friendly, welcoming pub called Llindir Inn. Llannefydd lies in an area of outstanding natural, unspoilt beauty and the local pub, Hawk and Buckle, is known in the area for its excellent pub grub.
The cathedral town of St Asaph with its Tweedmill Factory Outlets and the ancient market town of Denbigh are both 3.5 miles away. Located 10 minutes south of the main A55 coast road, the nearest beach is only 10 miles away in Rhyl, whilst other popular seaside resorts such Rhos on Sea, Llandudno and Conwy are all within 30 minutes.
Enjoy a wide range of watersports activities, quad biking and paint-balling at the Open Door activity centre, only a mile from the cottage. Good sporting and recreational facilities are available at Denbigh and St. Asaph, as well as a Ski & Snowboard Centre, Toboggans etc at Llandudno.
Visit Bodnant Garden, Loggerheads Country Park and the numerous castles, including Denbigh (3.5 miles) and Bodelwyddan (5 miles) with its museum, gallery, gardens, adventure playground, ghost walks and health spa. The immediate area offers excellent riding, fishing and countryside walks whilst the coastal path, Llandegla Forest and Llyn Brenig are very popular for walking and cycling.
Moel Fodiar – 390 metres high mountain walk. 1 mile from cottage.
Mynydd Gaer – 270 meters high mountain walk with Iron Age hill fort. 1 ½ miles from cottage.
Llyn Brenig – A selection of footpaths and trails suitable for all ages and abilities. 11 miles from the cottage.
Offa's Dyke Path – National Trail (177 miles in total) following the Welsh/English border. Starting point at Prestatyn, 12 miles.
Moel Famau, Cilcain – 554 meter high mountain walk. Popular destination for family walks, situated in a country park near Loggerheads. 16 miles
Opendoor Centre – Kayaking, Raft building and White Water rafting. 2 miles
Yachting, windsurfing and jet skiing on Rhyl Marina. 10 miles
North Wales Kitesurfing – Kite surfing school in Kinmel Bay on the North Wales coast. 12 miles
River Elwy – Fish for salmon and trout, 1 mile from the cottage. (Permits available 5.5 miles away at Llanfair Talhaearn)
Denbigh Golf Club – 18 hole golf course. 3.5 miles
Llannerch Equestrian Centre – Horse riding for 'Any Age- Any Stage' with lessons – 5 miles
Dolgoed Riding school – Horse riding school for all ages and abilities – 6 miles
Rhyl Beach – 3 miles of golden sands, perfect for families with plenty of traditional seaside activities. Includes the Sun Centre. 10 miles
Prestatyn Beach – another 4 miles of family friendly sands divided between three great beaches; Ffrith Beach, Central Beach and Barkby Beach. 12 miles
North Wales coastal path. 34 miles of hard surfaced cycle path, mostly off-road between Talacre and Penmaenmawr. Nearest point is Rhyl promenade, 10 miles
Coed Llandegla – top quality mountain biking suitable for all abilities and fitness levels. 22 miles