Cottage | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 4
New Terrace Cottage is situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty in North Wales, with stunning views for miles around. Within a mile of the cottage is a local pub which is a old style log fire pub serving fabulous local dishes.The cottage overlooks the historic market town of Mold which holds a traditional street market every Wednesday and Saturday.
Local activities includes mountain biking ( Trails in the Nercwys Forest and also in Llandegla), http://www.ridenorthwales.co.uk , fishing ( Sea, Trout and Course) , horse riding and walking to name a few, plus near enough for trips to Snowdonia and the NW Coast.The Roman City of Chester is only a short drive away.
There is an abundance of places to eat in both locally around Mold and also within a few miles in any direction.
The cottage was built in 1870 to accomadate the mining boom in nearby Nercwys Forest and has recently been restored and renovated to a high standard to reveal several original features such as the master fireplace in the lounge and fireplaces in both bedrooms.
The Cottage includes a living area with Freeview TV, and DVD player with free wifi from May 2014 and a breathtaking view of the surrounding countryside. A antique pine farmhouse table provides dining for 4 persons. An adjoining kitchen is brand new with new integrated fridge, washing machine and oven/ hob. The bedrooms have been styled to reflect the cottage history with cast iron style beds, throws, fairy tale dressing table and classic style cabinets.The master bedroom also has a new lcd freeview TV installed.The cottage has had a new bathroom suite installed with electric shower and electric heating throughout. The lounge incorporates a Aga woodburning stove with logs supplied. Outside is a private enclosed rear gardens backing onto fields and trees. The garden is laid to grass and has a large summer house with cane furniture and bbq.
Parking is provided outside the cottage on the road which is extremely quiet.
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|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Talacre about 8 miles away 15 km|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Nearest Amenities||2 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Liverpool 30 km, Nearest railway: Flint 8 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Log fire, Internet access, DVD player|
|General||Central heating, TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Washing machine|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Double beds (2), Cots (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Private garden, BBQ|
|Further details indoors|
- Bed linen, hand and bath towels included in the price.
- Cottage is fitted with full electric heating. Both heating and electricity included.
Welcome pack provided on arrival
- Cot provided on request.
- Guests are kindly reminded not to smoke in the cottage.
Strictly no smoking
The North Wales region
The North Wales / Denbigh/Flint/Conwy region
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.
New Terrace Cottage is situated on the top of one of the many beautiful hills in North Wales, overlooking the historic market town of Mold in an area of outstanding natural beauty. Mold town has a traditional street market every Wednesday and Saurday which attracts visitors from miles around.
If the seaside is what you're looking for, than Llandudno is a throw back to victorian times and would also be worth a visit. The cities of Manchester and Liverpool are also within easy reach.
The local pub is also literally two minutes away, with traditional home cooked food, real ale, log fires and a warm welcome.
The historic walled city of Chester is less than 30 minutes away - its roman history and tudor shops make it well worth a visit. Snowdonia National Park and Balg lake are also within an hours drive.
This is a tranquil location with activities such as walking, mountain biking, golf, fishing, horse riding, swimming and white water rafting which you can arrange.
MOLD WEEKLY MARKETS
Mold street markets are usually held on Wednesday and Saturday. The markets extend from Mold High Street to the Daniel Owen Square, where you will find a thriving indoor market which is open daily from Monday to Saturday. Both market buyers and traders travel from miles around and hold the market in high esteem as one of the best in the country. Mold markets feature a wide variety of items at competitive prices.
RURAL WALKS IN FLINTSHIRE
Rural Flintshire is a country landscape of incredible versatility. Why not explore the tranquil riversides, wooded valleys and the open land of Llanasa, Whitford, and Cargwrle? Discover the varied wildlife on our coasts that fringe our county along the Dee Estuary. Walking booklets are available to all visitors at any tourist information centre and flintshire libraries.
MOEL FAMAU & LOGGERHEADS COUNTRY PARKS
Within only several miles of Mold, Moel Famau Country Park presents visitors with incredible views from a 1,818 ft peak above sea level. The park boasts over 2000 acres of Clwydian Hills, which feature bronze age burial mounds and remains of three Iron Age hill forts. Alternatively, Loggerheads County Park offers 67 acres of stunning parkland, and is home to the famous 'Leete' watercourse. 'Leete' was responsible for the operation of several mining waterwheels across the valley.
THE HISTORIC ROMAN CITY OF CHESTER
The city of Chester comfortably ranks amongst other favourite English cities: London, York, Bath and Edinburgh. In a beautiful area of historic architecture, visitors are greeted with an abundance of things to do. Why not spend the afternoon discovering roman life of the city at the Grovesnor Museum? Attractions including Chester Zoo and Ten Pin present a versatile choice for visitors of all ages.
THE TOWN OF LLANGOLLEN
The town of Llangollen encapsulates some of the best activities North Wales has to offer. With only a 30 minute drive from Mold and more sunshine than Cornwall, its no wonder that the town is so popular with people of all ages. Llangollen offer activities including horse-drawn river trips to white-water rafting.