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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.
http://www.clwydianrangeaonb.org.uk/ for more details
|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, Nearest railway: Rhyl|
|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 Flintshire region
The town of Rhuddlan sits in the county of Denbighshire, North Wales. It lies on the banks of the River Clwyd to the east of Abergele, north of St Asaph and to the south of Rhyl. Rhuddlan is renowned for both its Edwardian Castle and the Church of St Mary, both of which stand on the banks of the River Clwyd. Rhuddlan Castle is one of the “Iron Ring of Castles” built by the English King Edward 1 to suppress the Welsh and never fails to impress.
Castles and Forts
Rhuddlan Castle was built between the years of 1277 and 1282 on a site just northwest of an existing Norman motte and bailey castle (Twthill).
In Rhuddlan high street there is a carved stone plaque on the gable wall of the Parliament Building that commemorates the "Statute of Wales,” some times known as the "Statute of Rhuddlan.”
Walks, Cycle Trails and Other Activities
Walkers will appreciate the landscape around Rhuddlan as it is relatively flat, well compared to the rest of Wales. There are many walks criss-crossing the landscape and the North Wales Path meanders through the town. The Clwydian Way can also be accessed from Rhuddlan.
North Wales is a fabulous place to spend either a few days or 1-2 weeks on your holiday. The area has it all from some of the most fabulous mountain ranges/scenic areas, miles of golden sands with completely clean sea water, hundreds of activities to do including some unique to the whole of the UK such as the Llanberris 1 mile zip wire experience, the soon to be open artificial surf attraction and the slate quarry trampoline attraction. The coastal path provides miles and miles of some of the best walks around plus the cycle path network gives safe fantastic cycling pleasure.
The Garden suite is situated right on the edge of Snowdonia in The Vale of Clwyd so you will have plenty of choice with what to do, however it is not far from the major motorways so doesn't take forever to get here.
I could go on for ever about what the area of North Wales has to offer however as everything is available these days at the click of a mouse i'm sure you will see for yourself quite easily.
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27 Oct 2014
This cottage is superbly placed so that you can easily get to a number of places in England and Wales. We found the cottage was very clean with a very welcome 'welcome' pack complete with h… More
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13 Jul 2014
The second year we have stayed at this delightful cottage and plan to go again. The warmth and homely feeling from when you arrive with the welcome basket which included Bread, real welsh butter, bisc… More
Wow not much I can say in response except thank you so much for your kind words and I was so pleased to have met you both and Mylo. Look forward to seeing you again. Marianne
1 May 2014
"Great little Cottage, great views!"
We found the cottage to be Excellent value, Very clean and with great views of the local countryside. We had advised the owner beforehand we were travelling with a 9 month old. They very helpfully set… More
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22 Apr 2014
"Quaint, neat, well equipped, delightful cottage with beautiful views."
Well organised, neat, modern, clean and well equipped cottage. Perfect for a family break and able to take our dog (Cooper) too yippee! Beautiful views from the front windows of the cottage. We celebrated our son's 14th birthday meal in the Owain Glyndwr and were very pleased with the food and the company. Saturday was a trip into Mold (2 mile away) where the local market is held. Mold has a few pubs, takeaways, shops and for food shopping Aldi, Lidyl and Tesco are at hand. Sat afternoon we walked across the fields to the Butchers Arms pub (Warning not open until 6pm) and then walked back along the lanes via the pretty village of Nercwys where our Son (14) and daughter (10) were pleased to find a football pitch, basketball net and a playground. Saturday night we had a very enjoyable BBQ in the garden looking out onto rolling hills. As it became a little chilly we moved into the summer house, perfect! After another great nights sleep we headed to Maeshafyn for a quiet walk through the woods. Loggerheads is also only a few mile away but being Easter we knew it would be extremely busy so Maeshafyn was the preferred alternative. Sadly on Monday it was time to head home. After spending four days in this cottage there wasn't a thing we needed that wasn't there already. The very kind owners had left a welcome pack too which was ideal and added a special touch by leaving Easter eggs for the children. If you want a good base to head into Wales, Chester or just enjoy the local area then this is the ideal place for you. Walkers who want to wander the footpaths and enjoy peace and quiet get it booked now! If you want wild nightlife, look elsewhere. Lovely little find, thank you Marianne and Mike.
Thank you for such an informative review we are pleased you enjoyed your easter stay at New Terrace and really appreciate you taking the time to write all your stay which sounds wonderful. Hope to see you again.
14 Jul 2013
this cottage has everything with a lot of thought gone in too make your
holiday perfect.its very clean and tidy.lovely location.and very easy too find
would recommend it to anyone.
Thanks for your review. its nice that guests appreciate our efforts to enhance your holiday experience.
7 Apr 2013
"Great position, well equipped with stunning views"
Well presented cottage, compact but with everything you could need. Stunning views over the countryside, but well positioned for exploring the areas. Loved the log fire, provided with lots of logs, ideal for the very cold weather we had. Did not get to see the garden as it was knee deep in snow, so will have to revisit. Not far from Mold which has a Tescos, Lidl and Aldi - oh and a McDonalds my son says. We visited Eddrig , Chirk Castle and Chester Zoo, all within 25 minutes. The kids loved the Easter Eggs that were kindly left, we indulged in some fab fudge cake - than you
Will visit again, recommended to all our friends
Thanks for a great and very informative review. You are welcome anytime.
9 Mar 2013
"A fabulous stay over Christmas - Hosts are great"
We had a great stay over Christmas the views are outstanding, the house compact but has most things you need. Location is fabulous waking up to the views over farming land. Quiet and relaxing. The children even woke up Cristmas morning to a little gift thanks to the hosts... I loved the place.
Glad you enjoyed your stay,it was a pleasure,
12 Jan 2013
"Fantastic little cottage"
We have a lovely stay in this beautifull little cottage, waht can I say, it was very tastefully furnished and decorated to a high standard, quite small but pefectly adequate for our needs.We were lucky enough to meet the lovely owner and her daughter, who was very friendly and helpfull, thre welcome pack was a lovely surprise, would definately stay here again.
Thank you for your lovely review. My daughter and I loved meeting you. Glad you enjoyed the cottage.
11 Dec 2012
"Cosy Cottage with stunning views"
Last minute 3 day weekend break in this lovely little cottage full of charm and home comforts. The cottage was compact for 4 adults but had everything that we needed. Lots of little extra touches by… More
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5 Nov 2012
"Perfect house, lovely hosts"
We stayed here for three nights and will most definitely be going back next year. We were greeted at the door and given a lovely welcome basket. Our four young sons were made to feel at home. The house was like a show home and perfectly clean but still comfortable and cosy. Nothing at all negative to say.
Thank you for your review its great to know you were happy at the cottage.
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