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Cottage | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 3

Key Info
  • Great for children of all ages 5
  • Pets welcome

Occupying a lovely location within a small lane opposite the remains of once was the mighty Rhuddlan Castle is the Mouse House. This super property oozes both character and charm and is set within a location simply dripping in history. Rhuddlan Castle for example, now a designated and protected historic site, was built during the reign of Edward I as a means of suppressing the Welsh people and a plaque on display in Rhudllan High Street commemorates the site where the English King held a parliament in 1283. The Mouse House is pet-friendly, has two bedrooms and can accommodate a maximum of three people. There are gorgeous views over the castle from the lounge and larger bedroom. The property is heated by a lovely wood-burning stove and gas central heating. The Mouse House has been refurbished to an excellent standard and guests will readily feel at home here. All essential amenities are close to hand and the property is ideally placed for exploring this well established and much loved holiday region of Wales.

Size Sleeps up to 3, 2 bedrooms
Will consider Short breaks (1-4 days)
Nearest travel links Nearest railway: Rhyl
Family friendly Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes Pets welcome, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Internet access
Rooms 2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms
Access Parking
Further details indoors

Bedroom 1: With double bed and castle views Bedroom 2: With single bed Bathroom: With shower over bath, WC and wash basin

Property has gas central heating and comprises: Open plan lounge/kitchen Lounge Area: With freeview TV/DVD, radio/CD, wood burning stove and castle views Kitchen Area: With electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer and washer/dryer Conservatory/Dining: With dining furniture for four and doors to courtyard

All gas, electric, bed linen and towels included. First supply of logs for wood burner provided.  Wifi internet access available.  Travel cot and high chair available.

The North Wales region

North Wales is a great combination of the family seaside resorts, which extend along its northern coastline and of course the magnificent mountains that make up Snowdonia Nation Park. Also located in this region are the very distinctive Island of Anglesey and the Lleyn Peninsula. So visitors will find a diverse holiday destination that caters for many different types of holidays from the family beach holiday to serious climbing holidays, and lots in between. There are plenty of things to do here; walking, sailing, fishing and many indoor attractions for the children. Wildlife enthusiasts will not be disappointed, with Anglesey and the Lleyn peninsula in particular being rich in diverse mix of habitats.


North Wales is a true holiday hotspot and an excellent destination for a self-catering break. In addition to beautiful sandy beaches and quiet coves it offers numerous destinations and attractions for a day out such as The Suncentre and Nova Centre, both to be found in the popular coastal resort of Prestatyn. Rhyll and its glorious sandy beach is only a short drive away and culture-vultures should enjoy a visit to the town's Pavillion Theatre. Further along the coast to the west and highly recommended is a trip to the Welsh Mountain Zoo located high above Colwyn Bay. This award-winning establishment practices a strict policy of compassionate and caring animal welfare and is well worth a visit. Another must is a trip to the spiritual heartland of Wales-Anglesey- a veritable paradise for walkers and cyclists and also the location for another well respected zoo. Those who appreciate fine buildings and gardens should visit the National Trust managed Plas Newydd Country House and Gardens. This interesting attraction enjoys a superb location overlooking the Menai Strait and was the traditional home of the Marquess of Anglesey. To the east of Anglesey is the picturesque village of Beaumaris, which is dominated by the stunning Beaumaris Castle standing sentinel over the settlement. Back along the coast are the much loved holiday towns of Conwy and Llandudno. History lovers should not miss out on the chance to see the awe inspiring castle at Conwy, one of the most iconic symbols of Wales, and of course no holiday in this region would be complete without a trip to bustling Llandudno, which has been attracting and entertaining holiday-makers for generations. The lengthy pier offers a truly bracing walk and the town has a superb range of interesting shops to explore and many other holiday activities.

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Calendar last updated:14 Aug 2014

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