The scandinavian style house is rated 4 star by the tourist board. Enjoy the comfort of the house throughout the seasons. It sits adjacent to another on the edge of a valley with fields in the distance and woodland below bordering the River Cegidog. Tree Tops is in an agricultural area with its 500 metre driveway it seems as though it is miles from anywhere and yet it is so close to everything a holidaymaker or business traveller could want. The owners who live on site have constructed the whole complex with its 8 fly fishing lakes and self catering accommodation.
The birdlife at Tree Tops is very varied, and the flylife of the fishing lakes is very extensive. The houses are approx 50 metres from the first fishing lake. Enjoy self catering or make use of the 17th century inn/restaurant in Llanfynydd village one mile away. It is a great area for walking, on top of Hope Mountain there is a country park with far reaching views to Moel Fammau or as far as Lancashire the other way. a mountain bike centre just 5 mins away by car at Llandegla is very popular, it is close enough to cycle to.
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Frith, Prestatyn|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Nearest Amenities||1.5 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Liverpool, Nearest railway: Chester/Wrexham|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
|General||Central heating, TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron|
|Utilities||Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Shower rooms|
|Furniture||Single beds (6), Cots (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, BBQ, Private fishing lake or river|
|Further details indoors|
You enter the house and find a hallway with doors to toilet/wash basin room, shower room and downstairs bedroom. Through an archway you pass the stairs to another 2 bedrooms. The lounge, diner and fully fitted kitchen have full length windows with views of the valley, off this room is an elevated outdoor veranda with table and chairs. This area makes one feel as though you really are in the tree tops! The house is fully pine boarded and all but the downstairs bedroom has pine floors. The central heating combined with excellent insulation make this an all year round home. The washing machine is located in a separate building accessible at all times. There is a small drying cupboard in the house. With the facility of one bedroom downstairs and two upstairs this makes an ideal house for a 3 generation family or for groups of people needing 6 single beds.
|Further details outdoors|
Adjacent to the house is a designated area for parking 2 cars, more may be parked on the car park by the first lake 50 metres away. There is a built in barbeque for each of the 2 houses The fly fishery tickets may be obtained from the reception office and vary from 4 to 8 hours with sporting choice or those which allows between 2 and 4 fish to be kept. We have a fly fishing tutor on site who can provide any equipment you may need too. The view from the lakes which tier down the hillside is spectacular. As the owners live on site you may be assured of personal service and their attention to detail in care of the fishery and the furnishing and cleanliness of the houses is evident.
We specialise in bookings from one week to many months, however sometimes shorter breaks are available please email or ring 01352770648. Our prices include heating, electricity, bed linen and towels. The house is fully cleaned between lets and on arrival you will find all the beds made up. When you have contacted us the owners and checked prices and availability you may pay the deposit of £100 per week then the remainder of the cost is payable 6 weeks before arrival. We take cards, cheques or bank transfer depending on how much time is left before arrival.
North East Wales is situated in an area of reduced rainfall caused by the fhon effect received from Mount Snowdon which is in North West Wales. It is in the foothills of Wales, Tree Tops being just 7 miles from the English border. Tree Tops overlooks a stretch of Offa's Dyke which was built by King Offa to keep the Welsh out of England! Nowadays visitors receive a much more hospitable welcome. Besides a quick trip of 20 mins car journey over the border brings to magnificent Roman/Elixabethan Chester where you can explore the city with its 2 tier Elizabethan rows now housing exclusive shops, or you could walk the complete city walls or enjoy a walk by the river or on a river cruiser. The Chester cathedral is worth a visit too.
Daniel Owen the famous Welsh poet was born in Mold. There is a street market in Mold every Wednesday and Saturday, farm market too on a Saturday. Three miles out of Mold you will find Moel Fammau, drive to part of the way up the mountain, enjoy the views and walk to the monument on the top. Continue on down to the lovely Vale of Clwyd and on to the coast, the nearest beach the Frith or go a bit further to Llandudno with its Victorian buildings on a broad sweeping bay. Snowdonia is very close where you can climb to the peak of Mount Snowdon or take the Victorian railway to the top. Another day you could go to Llangollen (approx 25 mins from tree Tops) taking the Beautiful Horseshoe Pass road. In Llangollen there is the gushing River Dee, the canal with horse drawn boats, the railway and every July the Llangollen International Eisteddfod. The World Heritage Site of the Froncysyllte aqueduct is only mins away, where you can walk across and marvel at Thomas Telford's wonderful construction. There are 2 national Trust properties just 10 mins from Tree Tops, Chirk Castle and Erddig Hall.