This cosy conversion of an 18th-century coach house retains many attractive features and is the perfect couples getaway.
- Wood-burning stove - initial supply of fuel inc, extra at cost
- Elec heaters
- First £7 of elec/CH inc-remainder by £1 slot meter
- Bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi inc
- External shared laundry room with w/machine
- Playstation 2
- Drying avail
- Garden with furniture and pergola
- Cycle store
- Bicycle hire by arr
- No smoking
- No children
> This 18th century cosy conversion boasting stone and timber features, is perfectly located to explore North Wales and beyond.
An ideal sanctuary for couples, this ideal holiday base is nestled in its own secluded garden which leads to an Orchard where friendly Bantams make it their home.
The snug living area has a warm and inviting feel with a wood burning stove at its heart, and open stairs lead you to a gallery double bedroom, making it easy to simply sit back and relax away the evening in style.
The surrounding area is alive with towns, quaint villages and beautiful countryside all waiting to be enjoyed.
From the English city of Chester, with its Tudor style buildings, city walls, good shopping and great places to eat, to the fine medieval town of Shrewsbury, where you will discover beautiful black and white buildings, an array of stunning flower displays and Quarry Park, a perfect place to enjoy a drink by the river, as you watch the world go by.
Situated on the River Dee is the town of Llangollen, a quiet and relaxing destination, infused with beautiful scenery and a wealth of history.
Just over an hours drive will take you to Betws-y-Coed, often referred to as the gateway to Snowdonia. Here you will discover majestic scenery mixed with gift and craft shops, and a choice of cafes and restaurants for your enjoyment.
Other places of interest include Erddig Hall, Chirk Castle and golf and riding 4 miles. Climbing, fishing, shops and pub 1 mile.