Property code: 86711
Romantic retreat in an idyllic location overlooking a stocked fishing pond. Ideal for couples and their dog to relax, unwind and maybe fish. Pop to the local pub or into Mold, Hawarden or Chester with shops, pubs, and lots of local attractions and farm shops
A lovely romantic Welsh retreat for two set within a countryside fishermans heaven, with well stocked fishing pond of Carp and Tench, enjoy a relaxing break whilst being near to the North Wales attractions and Chester. Walk up the external steps to this self contained first-floor apartment opening into the kitchen with plenty of space to hang up your coats. If you decide to eat in with local purchases from your travels, the kitchen area is well-equipped with an electric oven and hob, microwave, and fridge. You’ll find the washing machine in the utility area on the ground floor accessed down the external steps, there is plenty of space for your fishing gear and bikes in here too. The dining table is the perfect setting to enjoy a meal together in the lounge. After a full day out, relax on the sofa to enjoy your favourite programmes on the Freeview TV, or sit and plan your next day's activities, on cooler evenings snuggle up in front of the electric wood burner effect fire. When ready for bed walk through to the bedroom with a double bed, designed for a good night's sleep. Take a leisurely start to the day in the stylish bathroom with a shower over the bath and WC.
Make the most of this elevated location and enjoy morning coffee out on the decking with lovely views over the rolling countryside and fishpond. Maybe light the charcoal BBQ for a spot of alfresco dining. You are also welcome to fish in the pond, catch carp and tench at your leisure. Private parking for two cars at the property.
This property is located in a charming village 1.8miles away from Hawarden with its local pubs, cafes and castle. Mold, famous for its historical market and Theatre Clywd, is just 2 miles away. The walled city of Chester (6 miles) is steeped in history with its Roman Amphitheatre and Tudor buildings offering a wide range of independent boutiques and shops, fabulous eateries, Chester Racecourse, the river, and of course the world-renowned Chester Zoo. Enjoy walks along the river, Loggerheads country parks, Moel Famau and the Clwydian Range. Whether you’re looking to just relax at the property, visit attractions and the theatre, go horse racing, shopping, or try the local cuisine, you’re in the right place to find it.