This 18th century barn has been sympathetically modernised to offer warm and welcoming accommodation in an unspoilt rural location.
Set within a 95-acre farm surrounded by donkeys, ponies and geese, this property promises peace, tranquility and privacy. The nearby town of Caerwys is located within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and offers a shop, Post Office, cafe, butcher, golf course and selection of local pubs. Further shopping and dining facilities can be found at nearby Mold, Denbigh and Ruthin. Swimming, watersports and fishing are all available locally at the Blue Flag beach of Prestatyn and the lakes in Brenig and Bala. Keen walkers shouldn’t miss a trip to the fantastic Snowdonia National Park, while history lovers will enjoy a day in the city of Chester, Victorian Llandudno or the castles at Rhuddlan and Conwy.
Inside, this historic building is clean, contemporary and open-plan. Prepare delicious meals in the spacious kitchen area, which offers plenty of surface space and a sociable breakfast bar with stools for enjoying light meals and drinks. At the end of a long day exploring the local area, dine at the table before settling down for a relaxing evening of TV, film or music on the comfortable leather sofas. Upstairs, a cosy double bedroom sits in the eaves of the property, complete with Velux window, TV, iPod dock and en-suite shower room.
Outside, there is a shared garden with lawn and furniture for enjoying al fresco meals in the sunshine.