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A stunning coast, beautiful hills to walk in and the wildlife rich Dee estuary. The Clwydian Range is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and the Offa's Dyke path runs through here to Prestatyn. Don't miss the panoramic Horseshoe Pass, and the famous Pontcysyllte Aqueduct and Llangollen canal.

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Ruthin, Clwyd, Wales

From £840 Availability

Our Log cabin is situated in the heart of the Clwydian Range, overlooking Moel Famau. Set alone, this exclusive cabin overlooks the river, with mountain views. Sit back and enjoy your evenings in the hot tub on the private decking.

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Corwen, Clwyd, Wales

From £840 Availability

Perfect Log Cabin set alone in mature grounds, ideal getaway, perfect for walks or staying in. Without the distractions of modern life. It is ideally situated to explore all that North Wales has to offer. Kitchen, living room, modern bathroom and a 4 poster bed.

Argall House 8

Flintshire, Clwyd, Wales

Argall House From £2580 Availability

Argall House is a beautifully renovated coach house, which sits in the grounds of an astonishing stately manor house, Jacobean Manor which Oliver’s Travels also features. The estate is absolutely magnificent and vast at one hundred acres. Guests staying at Argall House enjoy complete privacy with the benefit of their own private walled garden. The renovation is absolutely spectacular with as astonishing triple height atrium which can be used for weddings and special occasions. The atrium is licensed to hold civil ceremonies and can be set up for one hundred guests. Argall House enjoys four gorgeous bedroom suites, sleeping up to eight guests. If you are celebrating a special occasion, both properties can be taken, sleeping up to twenty two guests in total.

The estate is located in Flintshire in north east Wales with Cheshire to the east, Denbighshire to the West and Chester within easy reach. The area is rich in history and culture with King Edward I ordering work to begin on Flint Castle in 1276, a site of fierce battles between the Celts and Romans, British and Saxons, and Welsh and Normans. Hawarden enjoys two castles, one the home of William Gladstone, four times British Prime Minister. Other notable attractions in this wonderfully scenic area are Ewloe Castle, Bailey Hill in Mold and Point of Ayr lighthouse. Mold is a bustling market town famous for its theatre, markets and June carnival and surrounded by an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The highest peak in the Clwydian Range boasts stunning views of six counties. The nearby Snowdonia National Park offers sensational, rugged scenery, waterfalls and hiking trails to the top of Mount Snowdon. Guests staying at Argall House enjoy an endless list of castles and stately homes to visit and the young are spoilt with many exciting, family friendly attractions.

Whilst retaining attractive ancient features such as exposed beams, Argall House is bang up to date with gorgeous, contemporary bathrooms and two stylish kitchens. The atrium is drowned in natural light, a cavernous space full of atmosphere and boasting a gabled roof and giant glass doors that lead to the private walled garden. Argall House is warm and toasty with central heating, underfloor heating and a welcome log burning fire in the lounge. The lounge is the perfect spot to relax after a mountain walk or a day enjoying views along the Wales Coast path. Modern sofas and chairs sit around the fire where you can enjoy glasses of your favourite tipple while planning the next day’s activities. The house offers two kitchens, both equipped with the very best of appliances. The large yellow kitchen in the West Wing is fabulous with a large range cooker, an American style fridge freezer and a huge island. There is a handy utility room next door with a second dishwasher, microwave and laundry facilities. The kitchen is connected to a beautiful dining room for all guests. There is a smaller kitchen in the East Wing, ideal for guests staying in the East Wing rooms and wanting to make an early morning cup of coffee or a late night snack.

Argall House boasts four generous sized bedrooms, with beds beautifully dressed with luxurious Italian Frette linen, exquisite throws and scatter cushions and gorgeous duck feather pillows and duvets. The bedrooms are accessed from opposite ends of the atrium making Argall House ideal for two families or a multi-generational family. The bedrooms are all on the first floor with lovely round windows offering delightful garden and estate views. Two bedrooms are located in the West Wing up a stone staircase, one overlooking the walled garden and the other with views to the front. Both bedrooms offer an exquisite super kingsize zip and link beds which can be arranged as twins on request. The ensuite bathrooms come with contemporary fittings and luxury White Company toiletries. The East Wing is home to the final two bedrooms which are reached via an oak staircase from the lounge. Again they offer superbly comfortable super kingsize zip and link beds for flexible sleeping arrangements and exquisite linens. They share a stunning, immaculate bathroom.

Outside, guests enjoy their beautiful walled garden and smart garden furniture. It is an idyllic spot where you can enjoy alfresco dining and can even have a marquee set up on the lawn for a wedding or special event.

Guests staying at Argall House can enjoy wonderful catering arrangements including freshly prepared frozen ready meals for lunches based on local and seasonal ingredients, picnic lunches or full fine dining for events. The housekeeper is happy to take delivery of any online shopping orders on the morning of your arrival. There are many activities available at the property and in the grounds including croquet, table tennis, clay pigeon shooting with training given, falconry displays, archery, strolls through the estate and much more. There is a recommended therapist available for in-room massage and holistic treatments.

Argall House enjoys a fabulous countryside location in the country of Flintshire, an area rich in so many ways. With a distinctive heritage, it offers incredible landmarks and the most incredible scenery.  Flint market can be dated back to 1278 and remains a popular attraction in this pretty market town. The ruins of Flint Castle built by Edward I are still worth visiting. The well of St Winefride’s in Holywell has been visited by pilgrims since the seventh century. It gained a reputation as the ‘Lourdes of Wales’. In Hawarden, St Deiniol’s Library is recognised as Britain’s finest library, having been founded by William Gladstone. Mold is another delight with its street markets on Wednesdays and Saturdays and its Theatre Clywd. The famous theatre was opened by Her Majesty the Queen in 1976 and remains Wales’ major drama producing operation.

Angelsey is an hour and a quarter’s drive from Argall House via the North Wales Expressway. Here you will find spectacular landscapes, unspoilt coastline and picturesque villages and towns. There are scenic walks along the coastal path, fantastic water based activities and excellent cycle paths. Rhyl, Prestatyn and Colwyn Bay are all brilliant for days by the sea. The Wales Coast path from Prestatyn to Colwyn is stunning. Children love the SeaQuarium and Welsh Mountain Zoo at Rhyl as well as the town’s miniature railway. The Victorian seaside resort of Llandudno at the foot of the Great Orme, is known for its beautiful North Shore Beach and its iconic pier.

Within the Snowdonia National Park, the mighty Mount Snowdon, is Wales’ highest mountain. There are six recommended paths up the mountain, all of which are pretty tough and can take between six and eight hours to get to the top and back. Alternatively, visitors can take a train up to enjoy breathtaking views of the lakes, waterfalls and peaks.

The Roman town of Chester is within easy reach with its magnificent gardens constructed in 1949 just outside the city walls near the Newgate and Roman Amphitheatre. The garden project formed part of Chester’s contribution to the 1951 Festival of Britain. To provide access to the gorgeous River Dee, the gardens were remodelled in 2000. Chester Cathedral was founded as a Benedictine abbey in 1092. It was rebuilt from around 1250 in Gothic style, a process that took roughly 275 years. Chester Racecourse is known as the Roodee, the oldest racecourse still in use in England. With racing at Chester dating back to the sixteenth century, visitors enjoy many fixtures including the Boodles May Festival. Chester’s Roman Ampitheatre is the largest Roman ampitheatre in the UK.

The National Trust’s Erdigg Hall is a popular visit, fourteen miles from the house. It is a fabulous stately home originally designed in 1683. Its walled garden is stunning with rare fruit trees, a canal, a pond and its collection of ivy. Another of the National Trust’s properties, Bodnant Gardens, is also worth a visit. The gardens span eighty acres with Italianate terraces, colourful shrub borders from around the world, a gorgeous waterfall, the Winter Garden, Old Park Meadow, a riverside garden and the Dell.

Golfers and horse racing enthusiasts are delighted by the courses and Aintree being close by. Aintree is the home of the Grand National, one of the most difficult courses to complete with sixteen steeplechase fences. In addition to the Grand National, Aintree also hosts the Topham Chase, the Fox Hunters’ Chase, the Grand Sefton Handicap Chase and Becher Chase. Aintree is also used for motor racing and music events. There is a 9-hole golf course and driving range there too.

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Caerwys, Clwyd, Wales

Barn in North Wales From £349 Availability

Set within a 95 acre farm surrounded by donkeys, ponies and geese, this property promises peace, tranquility and privacy. The nearby town of Caerwys is located within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and offers a shop, Post Office, cafe, butcher, golf course and selection of local pubs. Further shopping and dining facilities can be found at nearby Mold, Denbigh and Ruthin. Swimming, watersports and fishing are all available locally at the Blue Flag beach of Prestatyn and the lakes in Brenig and Bala. Keen walkers shouldn t miss a trip to the fantastic Snowdonia National Park, while history lovers will enjoy a day in the city of Chester, Victorian Llandudno or the castles at Rhuddlan and Conwy. Inside, this historic building is clean, contemporary and open plan. Prepare delicious meals in the spacious kitchen area, which offers plenty of surface space and a sociable breakfast bar with stools for enjoying light meals and drinks. At the end of a long day exploring the local area, dine at the table before settling down for a relaxing evening of TV, film or music on the comfortable leather sofas. Upstairs, a cosy double bedroom sits in the eaves of the property, complete with Velux window, TV, iPod dock and en suite shower room. Outside, there is a shared garden with lawn and furniture for enjoying al fresco meals in the sunshine.

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Caerwys, Clwyd, Wales

Barn in North Wales From £465 Availability

Set within a 95 acre farm, this property is surrounded by fields of donkeys, ponies and geese. This small hamlet is located close to Caerwys, the smallest town in Wales. Set within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, this idyllic town is home to a shop, Post Office, cafe, butcher, golf course and popular pubs. Further eating and shopping facilities can be found at nearby Mold, Denbigh and Ruthin. Take to the water at the nearby Blue Flag beach of Prestatyn, or visit the lakes in Brenig or Bala. Keen walkers shouldn t miss a trip to Snowdonia National Park or the fantastic stretch of coastal path that lines the shore, while history lovers should visit nearby Chester, Victorian Llandudno or the castles at Rhuddlan and Conwy. Inside, this property has been sympathetically converted to offer modern accommodation with plenty of original charm retained. The spacious kitchen diner is light and bright, with plenty of surface space and a good sized dining table. The lounge is equally as inviting, with wooden flooring, comfortable leather sofas and a Smart TV, DVD and music system for relaxing evenings in. This property offers two bedrooms, each with sloping ceilings and tasteful oak furniture. There is a KIng bedroom with a TV and iPod dock/alarm clock, and a cosy twin bedroom. The bedrooms share a modern shower room on the ground floor. Outside, there is a shared garden with lawn and garden furniture for enjoying al fresco meals in the sunshine.

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Caerwys, Clwyd, Wales

Barn in North Wales From £526 Availability

Idyllic location on a 95 acre farm with donkeys, ponies and geese. The nearby town of Caerwys is located on the outskirts of an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and offers a shop, post office, cafe, butcher, golf course and selection of local pubs. Enjoy a plethora of shops, eateries and attractions nearby Mold, famous for its market, historic towns of Denbigh and Ruthin. Swimming, water sports and fishing are all available locally at the beach of Prestatyn just a short drive away, and the lakes in Brenig and Bala. Keen walkers shouldn t miss a trip to the fantastic Snowdonia National Park, or join the coastal path, while history lovers will enjoy a day in the city of Chester, Victorian Llandudno or the castles at Rhuddlan and Conwy. Head into this contemporary space with the kitchen/diner to your left and lounge to the right. Walk into the hall and enjoy the comfort of underfloor heating on this floor from the ground source heating. The property also benefits from solar panels and other green credentials. If you decide to eat in prepare delicious meals in the spacious kitchen, equipped with electric oven and hob, microwave, dishwasher, fridge, freezer and washing machine. Enjoy your culinary delights at the perfectly positioned dining table by the window overlooking the front garden. The lounge has French doors leading into the enclosed garden, perfect for alfresco dining. After a full day out relax in the lounge with an evening watching the TV/DVD or listening to music, sitting contently on the leather sofas. Upstairs on the first floor, choose from two bedrooms, the comfortable double bedroom with TV, iPod dock and en suite shower room and WC or the lovely twin which sits in the eaves of the property, complete with Velux window and stylish en suite bathroom with bath and WC. Outside, there is an enclosed garden at the rear with lawn area, with charcoal BBQ available and garden furniture for you to enjoy al fresco meals in the sunshine. To the front is a shared garden. You are welcome to explore the site and meet the local residents including donkeys, ponies and geese, please ensure this is arranged with the owner. There is parking for two cars at the property.

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Holywell, Clwyd, Wales

Barn in North Wales From £460 Availability

Enjoy panoramic views over the River Dee estuary. 2.5 miles from Holywell, home to the world famous 7th century St Winefride s Holy Well; one of the Seven Wonders of Wales. Pop to idyllic Caerwys the smallest town in Wales or drive to the sandy beach at Prestatyn. Enjoy a round of golf at Pennant Park, trot to the local riding school or stroll along the coastal path from the doorstep, the Pennant Walk, Offa s Dyke and the Clwydian Range. Visit the street market, annual festival and Theatr Clwyd at Mold, or discover the historic towns of Denbigh and Conwy, a World Heritage Site, or the cities of Liverpool and Chester. All of which offer a range of eateries, shops and lots of attractions. Enter the farm and walk round to this charming converted granary, no doubt you will take a moment to embrace the panoramic estuary views before stepping inside. Walk through the arched glass entrance into the open plan lounge/kitchen/diner. If you decide to eat in, the creatively designed kitchen has an electric oven and 2 ring hob, fridge/freezer and microwave with plenty of space to rustle up a meal, with the dining table a perfect setting for a meal for two. After a full day out return to this ground floor apartment and relax on the comfortable sofa, snuggle up and watch a film on the Smart TV or open the door and listen to birdsong whilst you plan your activities with the local guides or read a good book. Enjoy a leisurely shower in the ensuite wet room with shower and WC, retiring to the cosy double bedroom. Outside there are pretty pots and planters on the doorstep, sit on the welcoming bench, look out over the garden and the activity on the expanse of the estuary, maybe a bit of bird watching with the binoculars. There is a large lawn, specimen tree and bistro table and chairs, it is a perfect spot for afternoon tea or for a sundowner as the sun sets over the water. Join the public footpath from the garden gate leading down to the private woodland walk and the Wales Coastal Path. There s parking for two cars and bike storage is available. The converted granary is on the side of the owners home, though your privacy is assured

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Wrexham, Clwyd, Wales

Barn in North Wales From £550 Availability

In Bwlchgwyn with much to explore. Families can have a fun filled day out at Park Hall Farm or the Ironworks in Oswestry. Further afield discover mountains, coast and Cheshire. For the outdoor enthusiasts, make use of the properties complimentary parking pass to Oneplanet Adventure at Coed Llandegla Forest, with visitor centre, offers mountain biking, hiking and bird watching. Walk to the pub, head to the shop in Coedpoeth or visit Wrexham with shops, eateries and entertainment, or Mold, famous for its street market and local produce. Why not blow away the cobwebs with a brisk walk up Moel Famau on the Offa's Dyke Trail. Take a short trip to Park in the Past in Hope, enjoy a long stroll with the dog, or take part in water sports. Drive to historic Ruthin and Chester, offering shopping, culinary delights, cultural events and attractions. Explore the old city walls, cathedral and renowned Chester Zoo. Enjoy the National Trust s Erddig and Chirk castles, walk along the Pontcycsyllte Aquaduct or take the horse drawn canal boat in Llangollen. Sports enthusiasts can enjoy the races and golf courses at Chester and Bangor on Dee. Set on the owner s smallholding, where privacy is assured. As you enter this lovely barn, perch on the bench, hang up your coats and kick off your boots. You will find the doggy treat basket here too. To your right is the stunning contemporary kitchen/diner, creatively designed with all the thoughtful little extras including an electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, coffee machine, dishwasher and washer/dryer. If you decide to eat in, the dining table is perfectly positioned in the kitchen, creating a sociable space to rustle up a meal, enjoy a breakfast of eggs and bacon when available from the site. After dinner walk through to the lounge with feature glass patio doors, flooding the space with natural light and giving access to the terrace. Relax on comfortable corner sofa, read through the local guides to plan your activities, watch a film on the Smart TV/DVD with Netflix and light the wood burner for cosy nights in. Back through to the hall there are two bedrooms to choose from, the double bedroom and twin bedroom, both with lovely linen, soft towels and designed for a good night s sleep. Enjoy a leisurely shower in the stylish shower room with shower and WC. Follow the gravel path from the door around to the five steps up to the terrace, with table and chairs, charcoal BBQ and lovely views over the paddock. The garden is enclosed for peace of mind with your children and dogs. The middle and top paddocks are home to pigs and sheep some parts of the year and the chicken coup is on the bottom paddock. There is a designated path for you to explore the smallholding and plenty of space to run free and embrace the lovely countryside views. There is ample off road parking at the property, a large lockable shed and an outside tap to wash down your bikes. You can also make use of the property's complimentary parking pass to explore the walking or cycling trials in Coed Llandegla Forest (3.5miles).

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Bagillt, Clwyd, Wales

Barn in North Wales From £681 Availability

This wonderful barn conversion is in Bagillt, just 2 miles from Holywell, home to the world famous 7th century St Winefride s Holy Well, one of the Seven Wonders of Wales. Enjoy a round of golf at Pennant Park, visit the smallest town in Wales Caerwys or drive to the miles of sandy beach at Prestatyn. It s a walker's paradise with the Wales Coastal Path, the Pennant Walk, Offa s Dyke and the Clwydian Range nearby. Visit Mold with its street market, annual food festival and Theatr Clwyd, discover the historic town of Denbigh and the World Heritage Site of Conwy, or the cities of Chester and Liverpool all offer lots of eateries, shops and attractions. Walk into the spacious hall where there's plenty of space to kick off your boots and hang up your coats. Walk through to the stylish kitchen which is well equipped with an electric oven and hob, fridge/freezer, microwave, washer/dryer, dishwasher and all the thoughtful little extras; there s plenty of space to rustle up a meal with purchases from your travels. Relax at the breakfast table and enjoy morning coffee whilst looking through the cookery books to inspire your menu. When the meal is ready, head through to the dining table in the lounge which has plenty of space for everyone to gather around. After dinner, relax on the comfortable sofas, watch a film on the Smart TV and put on the wood burner effect electric fire for a cosy night in planning your holiday activities. There are three bedrooms to choose from, all with TVs. You'll find one on the ground floor with a double bed and an en suite shower room with WC, while upstairs on the first floor are two bedrooms, one with a king size bed and the other with twin beds. Completing the accommodation is a stylish bathroom with a bath, separate shower and WC. Outside, relax and unwind on the paved patio with a table and chairs and a BBQ, alongside an area of grass. There s parking for two cars and bike storage is available too.

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Ruthin, Clwyd, Wales

Barn in North Wales From £500 Availability

Idyllic spot with far reaching views of the sea and hills, just over a mile from historic Ruthin boasting independent shops, eateries, castles and museums. Pop to the market town of Mold, with its street market, annual food and drink festival and Theatre Clywd, or the town of Denbigh, steeped in history with a range of independent shops and eateries. There s great walking nearby, direct from the front door without the need for a car or head to Coed Y Felin nature reserve, or climb nearby Moel Famau, the highest hill in the Clwydian Range or further afield is Snowdonia with its mountain railway. Northeast is the beautiful walled city of Chester with its medieval walls, specialist shops, tempting restaurants and world famous Zoo. The beautiful Wales coastline is within easy reach, 18 miles north, with its sandy beaches and seaside activities. Why not head to the picturesque town of LLangollen with the river running through, along with plenty of shops and pubs to keep you entertained. A stylish detached property is full of all the thoughtful little extras for your stay. Walk into the utility with space for your outdoor attire alongside the washing machine and tumble dryer. Continue through to the spacious kitchen with electric oven and hob, microwave, dishwasher, wine cooler, coffee machine and fridge/freezer. It is a lovely room to rustle up a meal purchased whilst on your local travels with all the equipment you need. Walk through to the lounge/diner with the dining table perfectly positioned to enjoy a meal together overlooking the garden with lovely countryside views as far as the sea from the dramatic feature window, why not open up the doors and let the outside in. After dinner relax on the sofas, sit back and unwind, watch your favourites on the Smart TV and enjoy the comfort of the wood burner after a full day out. Exploring this delightful property further, upstairs you will find the spacious bedroom with a king size bed, TV and en suite shower room with WC, which has been designed for a good nights sleep with lovely linen and superb views to wake up to. Heading outside to the enclosed garden and open views. Hot tub on the private patio, perfect for alfresco dining with table, chairs and charcoal and gas BBQ, sit back and relax in this pretty garden and embrace the views. There is ample private parking for two cars and space for bicycles, canoes and paddleboards. Please note that the owners live onsite but privacy is ensured.