Bronffynnon is perfect for a holiday and is ideally located for exploring the Snowdonia National Park and the beautiful beaches of North Wales.
2 steps to entrance.
Living room: With open fire, 21" Freeview TV, DVD player, CD player and beams.
Dining room: With patio doors leading to courtyard.
Kitchen: With electric oven, electric hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher and beams.
Bedroom 1: With double bed and beams.
Bedroom 2: With double bed and beams.
Shower room: With shower cubicle, toilet, heated towel rail and beams.
Oil central heating, electricity, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. Logs for wood burner available from owner. Washing machine and tumble dryer (by arrangement with owner, at cost). Courtyard, patio and garden furniture. Bike store. Private parking for 2 cars. No smoking. Please note: There are 6 steps in the courtyard.
This beautiful, hilltop, farmhouse, situated 920ft above sea level, with far-reaching views, is perfect for a relaxing, peaceful holiday and is ideally located for exploring the Denbigh Moors, Brenig Lake and Forest, Clywidian Range, Snowdonia National Park and the beautiful beaches of North Wales Show more
Perched high in the rolling hills of Denbighshire is the delightful semi-detached Bronffynnon, part of the owner’s smallholding with a collection of goats, sheep and horses, as well as cats. There’s a lovely open fire in the living room, ideal for relaxing on a chilly evening and listening to the sound of crackling logs. The front patio has stunning, panoramic views out over the hills towards the county town of Denbigh 4 miles away, and the private rear patio provides an ideal place for dining al fresco. There’s a generously equipped kitchen, whilst upstairs both bedrooms provide a glorious vista over the rolling hills – a perfect view to wake up to in the morning. Local produce can be purchased from the owner at an additional cost.
There are shops in nearby Denbigh, whilst historic Ruthin is well worth a visit with its selection of individual shops and cafés which tumble down the streets from St Peter’s Square. Take time to visit the notorious Ruthin Gaol, or browse some artistic delights at Ruthin Craft Centre. It’s only a short drive to pretty Betws-y-Coed, the gateway to the Snowdonia National Park, with its towering mountains and deep valleys. The slate quarrying town of Blaenau Ffestiniog is a must for adrenaline junkies with Zip World, the largest zip wire zone in the world, and Bounce Below where you can bounce on trampoline nets deep underground in an old slate cavern or take a visit to Surf Snowdonia.
The seaside resorts on the North Wales coast are also within easy reach, most notably Victorian Llandudno with the Great Orme rising to 679ft above sea level. Here you can ride on the historic Great Orme Tramway, enjoy the views from Britain’s longest cable car ride, or go underground and explore the Bronze Age Copper Mines. Denbighshire is also an ideal location for exploring places to the east, such as Llangollen, home of the International Musical Eisteddfod which takes place annually in July, and the Llangollen Canal where you can take a leisurely trip on a barge pulled by a Shire horse, or just stroll along the towpath to the Horseshoe Falls. Meanwhile the historic city of Chester is also within easy reach, and will provide you with memorable experiences for a day trip. Fishing is also available nearby. Beach 16 miles. Shop and pub 3 miles, restaurant 4 miles.