Property code: 80319
Stylish pod with hot tub, garden and stunning rural views. Situated in a village location near Corwen – an ideal spot for couples to relax, be active and explore the countryside of North Wales.
Wake up to the sound of birdsong and the tantalising smell of bacon sizzling on the BBQ in your own rural paradise, overlooking the rugged wilderness of the North Wales countryside. Boasting a bubbling hot tub and plenty of home comforts, this wooden pod is an idyllic couple’s bolthole on the cusp of Corwen, a friendly market town steeped in legend and folklore. Lace up your boots and take to the hills in search of adventure, returning with armloads of local produce ready to feast in style.
Nestled amongst a small cluster of similar properties yet guaranteed privacy, you’ll soon be embracing al fresco meals and leisurely soaks in the hot tub. Inside is lavish and extremely chic with contemporary decor and sleek furniture, providing a welcoming ambience whether you are snuggling up on the sofa or sinking into the bed after a long day exploring. Rustle up a supper of kings in the handy kitchenette and light candles for meals a deux, rounding off with a digestif and your favourite films on the TV. There’s space to park your car and lock up your bikes, so there’s plenty of choices when it comes to navigating your surroundings.
Corwen 2.5 miles away is perhaps best known for Welsh hero Owain Glyndwr, a historic figure from the 15th century who has been honoured with an impressive bronze statue at the heart of this charming town. The winding streets have the same mystical appeal as you investigate the boutiques and eateries, and further afield you’ll uncover a myriad of delights including stone circles, ancient woodland and even elusive wildlife such as the red squirrel. Further afield, Snowdonia National Park is a natural playground for adrenaline enthusiasts and can be reached via Bala 12.5 miles away.