Nestling at the northern end of the Clwydian range, this beautifully converted and attractive cottage is ideally suited for those seeking a quiet, relaxing break or those eager to explore North Wales and Cheshire. This recently extended former dairy is fully self-contained with a living room, bedroom, kitchen and bathroom. In addition, there is a private outside seating area leading off a conservatory, although guests are also welcome to make use of the outstanding and extensive gardens surrounding the main house which has been in the owner’s family since it was built over 400 years ago.

The cottage is 2 miles from Caerwys, the smallest town in the country and birthplace of the National Eisteddfod of Wales.

Beyond that, to the east, are the cities of Chester and Liverpool and the Wirral Peninsula; whilst, to the west, lies the North Wales coast, Snowdonia National Park and Anglesey.

The historic and picturesque towns of Llangollen, Denbigh and Ruthin and the Vale of Clwyd are all within easy reach as is Saint Asaph which has the country’s smallest medieval cathedral.

Local sporting facilities include swimming, horse riding, golf, walking (Offa’s Dyke is close) and various water pursuits on the nearby Brenig Reservoir.

We are open throughout the year and there is ample car parking space outside the cottage.

Rates for hiring the Cottage

Rates for hiring the cottage for a week vary, but as a guide, the prices for 2006 are approximately as follows:

High Season: from £250/week or £50/day

Low Season: from £200/week or £40/day

Please note; We are unable to accept card payment.