Oak beams and limestone. Built in early 19th century.Aerial view, Coach House is bottom left.
Stunning Cottage June & August 2017
Stunning Cottage June & August 2017


6 huéspedes

3 habitaciones

6 camas

2 baños


6 huéspedes

3 habitaciones

6 camas

2 baños

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Stunning 19th century converted listed building with a wealth of historic charm & exposed timber beams. Set in a beautiful rural location surrounded by beautiful countryside in North Wales, near to castles, stately homes, mountains, beaches.


Servicios

Precios
Personas adicionales: Sin cargo
Gastos de limpieza: 37€
Depósito de seguridad: 123€
Descuento por semana: 10%

Descripción

Stunning 19th century converted listed building with a wealth of historic charm & exposed timber beams. Set in a beautiful rural location surrounded by beautiful countryside in North Wales, near to castles, stately homes, mountains, beaches.

Stunning 19th century converted listed building with a wealth of historic charm & exposed timber beams. Set in a beautiful rural location surrounded by beautiful countryside in North Wales, near to castles, stately homes, mountains, beaches.

Our home is a beautiful converted granary, dating from the 19th century which is a listed building with exposed timber roof trusses & beams and many other architectural features. Fully modernised to provide extremely comfortable living accommodation. Our home is in a beautiful rural location set in a stunning garden with running water & fantastic views of the surrounding hills.

The accommodation features:

3 bedrooms (1 ensuite with king size bed), 1 with double bed, and 1 with 2 single beds.

2 bathrooms ( 1 ensuite), both with showers & 1 bath

Living Room with stone fireplace & working fire, 3 piece leather suite, TV, DVD, Apple TV.

Dining room/study with dining table, computer & free wi-fi.

Fully fitted bright and airy kitchen, open plan seating area with dining table and settee, with lovely views over the landscaped garden and Vale of Clwyd beyond. Washing machine, dishwasher, microwave, fridge, freezer, oven, grill, hob, & all cutlery & crockery provided.

A 5 minute walk to the village centre with shops and pubs. Ideal for couple or family holidays.

We can provide secure storage of bikes and equipment and washing facilities.

The whole house and garden.

Llandyrnog is a small village in the Vale of Clwyd. The house is within walking distance of the centre of the village, just half a mile away, where you will find a village shop & post office, 3 pubs (excellent food), an award winning butcher & a church.

The Vale of Clwyd is set in beautiful rolling countryside with many historic attractions scattered throughout the Vale. The historic towns of Denbigh & Ruthin are 3 & 5 miles from the property & feature all local services & amenities including a range of excellent pubs & restaurants. There is a wealth of opportunity for outdoor pursuits particularly walking, cycling, climbing, sailing & canoeing. Easily accessible are two excellent mountain bike courses, a dry ski slope & toboggan run, a white water rafting/canoeing centre & several lakes with sailing & fishing facilities.

There are lots of walking and cycling opportunities with the Offa's Dyke National Trail, Clwydian Range, Loggerheads Country Park and Llandegla Forest nearby.

Within an hour's drive are: the walled towns & castles of Conwy, Caernarfon & Beaumaris; Snowdonia National Park with its wild mountain scenery; Anglesey with miles of unspoilt beaches; the historic Roman City of Chester; many historic castles & stately homes all set in beautiful green rolling countryside. There are several large towns nearby with all the local facilities including cinemas, theatres, museums etc.

Slightly further afield are the bustling & lively cities of Manchester & Liverpool; day trips to London are possible with regular trains from nearby railway stations. Dublin is also readily accessible with regular ferry crossings to Ireland.

To get the most out of staying at The Coach House you will need your own transport. There are also bus services in the village. We will be happy to provide you with directions for the local area and to get to and from our house

We have an interactive guide to our house and surrounding area, which can accessed either on your iPad or PC. A paper copy will also be provided in the property. We will be happy to provide this upon confirmation of booking.


Normas de la casa
Prohibido fumar
No se admiten mascotas
La hora de llegada es flexible
Salida antes de las 10:00

The house is self contained and you have your own keys to come and go as you please, so there are no strict rules, just that you treat our house with respect. The house to be left in the same condition as it was found.

Sorry but we cannot accept pets at this property & there is no smoking.

We take a deposit of £100 as insurance against any damages which is refunded completely after you have left.


Cancelaciones

Estricta

Puedes cancelar hasta 7 días antes del viaje y recibir un reembolso del 50 %, más las tarifas de servicio.


Disponibilidad
Estancia mínima de 6 noches

1 evaluación


Perfil de usuario de Pam
Diciembre de 2014
Our hosts provided clear directions, instuctions and prompt communication. The house was as pictured. It was clean, comfortable, welcoming and a relaxing place to spend time. The hosts went out of their way to make things convenient for us. The surroundings were beautiful. We woke up to horses in the field and sheep grazing. Would definitely stay here again!

Llandyrnog, Reino Unido · Se registró en Octubre de 2013
Perfil de usuario de Gill

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