Opening for business September 2017. This Grade II listed former court house adjoins the former police house, which is also self catering accommodation and both can be rented together. Built in 1871, the Old Court House has now been lovingly renovated and is set in the heart of the busy town of Corwen. This beautiful building has a well-equipped, fitted kitchen with granite worktops, a dining area, a lovely open lounge area and two en suite bedrooms one of which is downstairs.
Corwen, within Denbighshire’s beautiful Dee Valley is ideally located on the popular Brenig Way, it is just ten miles from Llangollen and within easy reach of Snowdonia.
A lovely modern finish blends with tradition with the restored sash windows and other original features being retained. The lounge in the Old Court House is spacious with a more than double height ceiling, and offers a Smart TV and a wood burner perfect for winter evenings. The two bedrooms each have TVs and have twin beds that can be converted into super king-size doubles on request.
Servicios y zonas comunes
Just a few moments away are all the amenities of a small town, with restaurants, traditional pubs and shops. For those who wish to don their walking boots, this Corwen cottage is ideally situated for walking being in the Dee Valley and at the foot of the Berwyn mountains; the Brenig Way, a 32-mile circular route leading to Llyn Brenig, runs alongside the property. If looking for action, Corwen is a superb hub for adrenalin-fuelled adventure, from kayaking and whitewater rafting to mountain biking. Situated close enough to Snowdonia and in easy reach of Zip World, Go Below, Bounce Below and Surf Snowdonia; this is a superb holiday cottage in an excellent location for the outdoor adventurer and is also the perfect destination for those simply seeking a unique, luxury holiday in the heart of North Wales.
Atención a los huéspedes
Built with walls of local Welsh slate the Old Court House is a notable Grade II listed building situated in the town centre of Corwen, Denbighshire and it is not without blood, sweat and tears that Peter and I (Caroline) have spent several years renovating the property. We have worked closely with the local Conservation Officer to maintain its character and historical significance. I have extensive knowledge of the area as a Denbighshire Tourism Ambassador and AONB Guide and will be only to pleased to assist in making your stay enjoyable should you require.
Otros aspectos destacables
The surrounding area contains much of historic interest; narrow country lanes lead to quiet villages and bustling market towns, all with their old Parish churches and, from the mid-Victorian religious revival era, an abundance of chapels of every non-conformist persuasion in a rich variety of architectural styles. Many may be off the beaten tourist track but that is part of the pleasure in exploring this delightful part of Wales.The nearby Rhug Estate is one of the largest organic properties in the UK, offering a wonderful shopping experience within its purpose built oak and cedar farm shop, selling many high quality local Welsh and organic products.
There is a takeaway serving home-produced organic burgers and bacon cooked on charcoal grills plus a Bistro, "The Bison Grill”, which produces all its meals from scratch using the Estate’s own award winning meat. You can see why it is worth paying a visit!
Tyddyn Llan in nearby Llandrillo is now considered to be one of Wales' finest restaurants, a Michelin star since 2010; well-rated in the ‘Good Food Guide’; 36th in the ‘Sunday Times’ Top 100 restaurants.
Back in town there’s a choice of fish and chips, kebabs, pizza, a good Indian restaurant and take away. There are pubs in the town or if you don’t mind a short drive, there’s a selection of inns nearby serving very good bar meals.
Visit Llangollen and you can find peace and quiet by the River Dee or walk alongside the Llangollen canal, one of the most beautiful and most popular in Britain; There are horse-drawn boat trips from Llangollen Wharf or you can walk along to the Horseshoe Falls, where you can relax, unwind and take a dip.
Don't forget to visit the nearby Pontcysyllte Aqueduct - the longest and highest aqueduct in Britain. It was built by Thomas Telford, and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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