This contemporary barn conversion sits in a peaceful location just a stone’s throw from the popular sights of North Wales.
Set within a 95-acre farm, this property is surrounded by fields of donkeys, ponies and geese. This small hamlet is located close to Caerwys, the smallest town in Wales. Set within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, this idyllic town is home to a shop, Post Office, cafe, butcher, golf course and popular pubs. Further eating and shopping facilities can be found at nearby Mold, Denbigh and Ruthin. Take to the water at the nearby Blue Flag beach of Prestatyn, or visit the lakes in Brenig or Bala. Keen walkers shouldn’t miss a trip to Snowdonia National Park or the fantastic stretch of coastal path that lines the shore, while history lovers should visit nearby Chester, Victorian Llandudno or the castles at Rhuddlan and Conwy.
Inside, this property has been sympathetically converted to offer modern accommodation with plenty of original charm retained. The spacious kitchen diner is light and bright, with plenty of surface space and a good-sized dining table. The lounge is equally as inviting, with wooden flooring, comfortable leather sofas and a Smart TV, DVD and music system for relaxing evenings in. This property offers two bedrooms, each with sloping ceilings and tasteful oak furniture. There is a double bedroom with a TV and iPod dock/alarm clock, and a cosy twin bedroom. The bedrooms share a modern shower room.
Outside, there is a shared garden with lawn and garden furniture for enjoying al fresco meals in the sunshine.
Please note that there is a £75 supplement per additional bed used if guests require use of more than 1 bedroom.