Property code: 86266
Splendid 19th-century house with wood-fired hot tub, garden, electric charging point, and stunning rural views. On the edge of Corwen with eateries and shops. Perfect for friends and family to enjoy activities and attractions nearby
Add a sense of occasion to your next getaway with a stay in this fantastic country house in North Wales that’s perfect for celebratory trips. Whether you’re marking a birthday, anniversary or simply enjoying a long-awaited get together, this three-bedroom holiday home offers space for six to call their own. Come as a family or bring a group of friends along – guests of all ages and interests are catered for. After all, we don’t know many people who wouldn’t look forward to a night spent in their own private hot tub or curled up by the warm embrace of a wood burner.
Boasting both period features and contemporary décor throughout, this ‘best of both worlds’ property has been lovingly updated from a 19th-century farmhouse to a modern holiday home. Structural beams, inglenook fireplaces and the occasional antique help lend character to this space, whilst modern fitted kitchen and bathrooms add to the luxury. The generous lounge offers the perfect space for nights in, complete with Smart TV and wood burner. There's an additional TV in the first-floor twin bedroom, ideal for putting younger guests to bed with a film on whilst the adults dip in the hot tub just outside. Two further bedrooms, both king-size, promise soft mattresses and fresh linens that everyone will adore.
Despite its undisturbed rural location, this stunning property sits just 1 mile away from the centre of Corwen, a picturesque Denbighshire town with the River Dee gently tumbling through. Those who enjoy fishing might look forward to angling on the River Dee itself (0.5 miles). Close by is the majestic Snowdonia National Park (10.5 miles), a beauty spot filled with adventure and intrigue for all outdoor activity-loving visitors. Head to Lake Bala (12.5 miles) for water sports or simply take a stroll around its banks.