Enjoying stunning views and close to the centre of one of North Wales’ best loved towns, Kinnaird is the perfect choice for couples looking for a calm and cosy escape.
The property has gas central heating and comprises:
Open plan living space.
Lounge area: With electric fire, 32" Freeview TV and DVD player.
Kitchen area: With electric oven, induction hob, microwave and fridge with ice box.
Eight steps down to...
Lower Ground Floor:
Bedroom 1: With double bed, separate dressing area and patio doors onto a private, decked patio with lovely views.
Two steps down to...
Shower room: With shower, WC and heated towel rail.
All gas, electric, bed linen and towels included. Wi-Fi. Welcome pack. Laundry service available. Decked patio with furniture. Shared lawned garden. On road parking. Cycle store. No smoking. NB: 6 steps in garden.
Located next door to the owner’s home, this split-level, self-contained apartment has been thoughtfully planned and beautifully appointed to create a truly lovely holiday home. The ground floor living accommodation immediately welcomes you with its comfortable furnishings and warm décor, enhanced by the views over the Llangollen canal and surrounding countryside, which can be enjoyed from the floor to ceiling window in the lounge area. Its open plan layout maintains the feeling of spaciousness and there is plenty of room for relaxing. It’s the perfect place to just sit and watch the world go by. Remember to look out for the horse drawn barges that pass along the canal!
Stairs from the living area lead down to the bedroom which is lovely and bright thanks to the windows which run across one entire wall, giving 180 degree views over the garden and Llangollen beyond. The bedroom has a separate dressing area and a contemporary shower room which is very spacious. There are patio doors from the bedroom leading onto a private decked patio which is the ideal place for enjoying your morning coffee or dining on a warm summer’s evening. As well as the great facilities that are already provided, the property also benefits from a hairdryer, an iron, ironing board and a delightful welcome basket with local produce.
Although Kinnaird occupies a peaceful location, it is just a short walk into the centre of Llangollen with all of the town’s amenities such as bars, pubs, shops and restaurants right on your doorstep. There are many cultural events held in Llangollen throughout the year including theatre productions, festivals, cabaret and concerts. In July Llangollen hosts the annual International Musical Eisteddfod which brings in over 12,000 visitors. Llangollen is a walker’s paradise with many pleasant walks in and around the town including walks along the canal, Horseshoe Falls and Offa’s Dyke. The stunning Horseshoe Pass is just half a mile from the property.
Part of a World Heritage Site, Llangollen is located on the River Dee and dates back to the 7th Century. There are several interesting and historic buildings in and around Llangollen including Crow Castle (Castell Dinas Bran), the 13th Century Valle Crucis Abbey and Plas Newydd. Thomas Telford’s Pontcysyllte Aqueduct, which carries the canal 126ft over the River Dee, is also worth visiting.
Llangollen Railway is the only standard gauge heritage railway in North Wales. Steam or diesel trains operate regularly from the centre of Llangollen to Corwen, a relaxing 10-mile journey. Other activities available locally include fishing, golf and clay pigeon shooting. For the more adventurous there are several companies that organise outdoor activities such as white water rafting, kayaking, canoeing, gorge walking, abseiling and rock climbing.
Whilst Llangollen has a lot to offer it is also well placed for visiting lots of other places too and makes a great base for a touring holiday. The National Trust has several properties within a short drive including Chirk Castle, 7 miles, and Erdigg Hall, 10 miles. Other places of interest within easy driving distance include Ruthin, 16 miles, Snowdonia, 32 miles, the Victorian seaside town of Llandudno and the Great Orme, 46 miles. Cross the border into England, it’s just 24 miles to Chester, around an hour’s drive to Liverpool or 30 miles to the market town of Shrewsbury.