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Tyn Y Coed

Cwm, near Dyserth, North Wales Borders
Grade 4 Star rating

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Sleeps6
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms2
Pets 1
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Description

Set in an AONB with walks from the door and the Offa’s Dyke footpath close by, makes this property a walkers paradise!

Ground floor: Living/dining room with wooden floor. Kitchen. Utility room. 1 double bedroom with en-suite bathroom and toilet. Stairs with low ceiling to first floor: 2 bedrooms: 1 double (5ft), 1 bunk. Bathroom with bath, shower cubicle and toilet.

Woodburner in living room (initial fuel included). Partial Economy 7 central heating and electric heaters, electricity, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. Cot. High chair. Satellite TV (Sky, basic package). DVD. Electric cooker. Microwave. Washing machine. Tumble dryer. Fridge/freezer. Lawned garden with terrace, sitting-out area and furniture. Barbecue. Ample parking. Cycle store. Pet to be kept on a lead, sheep country. No smoking. NB: Drop from parking area to lawn.

This detached holiday cottage is situated in an AONB in the pretty hamlet of Cwm, a short walk from the historic village pub and church. There’s a cosy woodburner in the living room and a lovely garden from which to admire the countryside views. There are walks from the door and the Offa’s Dyke footpath passes close by. Rhuddlan, with its impressive castle, the small cathedral city of St Asaph and the beach at Prestatyn are nearby. Shop 3 miles, pub and restaurant 500 yards.

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Features

  • Barbecue
    Barbecue
  • Bike Store
    Bike Store
  • Detached Property
    Detached Property
  • Garden / Patio
    Garden / Patio
  • Highchair
    Highchair
  • Pub within 1 mile
    Pub within 1 mile
  • Pets – no charge
    Pets – no charge
  • Rural Location
    Rural Location
  • Woodburning Stove
    Woodburning Stove
  • WiFi
    WiFi
  • Cot Available
    Cot Available
  • Washing Machine
    Washing Machine
  • Coastal within 5 miles
    Coastal within 5 miles
  • Parking - On Site
    Parking - On Site
  • Shower Cubicle
    Shower Cubicle


Customer Comments

  • 8

    04/11/2018
    Confirmed guest, 03/11/2018
    The drive to the cottage is tricky to get up. We had a peugeot 3008 and my husband found it ok . The sofa in the cottage could do with being updated. The beds are very comfortable. The views are priceless . We enjoyed the cake and wine which was left for us . It was a nice touch also the bread and milk. We did enjoy our stay the tranquil was just what we needed . It was fun to watch the wild life .


  • 7

    01/10/2018
    Confirmed guest, 29/09/2018
    you need a 4wd vehicle to cope well with the very awkward steep driveway,/ difficult for any but the skinniest to use the shower room wc or the bathroom shower cubicle/ and whilst not a problem during warm weather,heating system not the best if you dont want to use log burner. we found the beds comfortable which is more than we could say for the 3 piece suite which appears to have seen better days. also the dvd did not work which we did not bother to complain about but left a note for Rachel.


  • 10

    20/09/2018
    Confirmed guest, 15/09/2018
    We were a family group of 4 adults plus a dog. The cottage was clean, well-equipped and comfortable. We lit the log fire on two cool evenings which made it very cosy. There was always a constant supply of very hot water. The views from the front garden are stunning. You get the same views from the kitchen too. You can see the sea in the distance and Snowdonia opposite. The gardens are not enclosed and so if you had young children you would have to watch carefully in case they ran out on to the road. This did not affect us at all, and we spent several relaxing hours at the patio table enjoying the wonderful views. Cwm is a tiny village with no amenities except for a lovely pub. We wanted the peace and quiet so this was just what the doctor ordered. The pub is called The Blue Lion and is such a welcoming place. The staff are fantastic and the food is excellent. Dogs are made very welcome too. The only drawback is that they only open Thursday to Sunday. Their quiz night on Thursdays is great fun.


  • 8

    04/11/2018
    Confirmed guest, 03/11/2018
    The drive to the cottage is tricky to get up. We had a peugeot 3008 and my husband found it ok . The sofa in the cottage could do with being updated. The beds are very comfortable. The views are priceless . We enjoyed the cake and wine which was left for us . It was a nice touch also the bread and milk. We did enjoy our stay the tranquil was just what we needed . It was fun to watch the wild life .


  • 7

    01/10/2018
    Confirmed guest, 29/09/2018
    you need a 4wd vehicle to cope well with the very awkward steep driveway,/ difficult for any but the skinniest to use the shower room wc or the bathroom shower cubicle/ and whilst not a problem during warm weather,heating system not the best if you dont want to use log burner. we found the beds comfortable which is more than we could say for the 3 piece suite which appears to have seen better days. also the dvd did not work which we did not bother to complain about but left a note for Rachel.


  • 10

    20/09/2018
    Confirmed guest, 15/09/2018
    We were a family group of 4 adults plus a dog. The cottage was clean, well-equipped and comfortable. We lit the log fire on two cool evenings which made it very cosy. There was always a constant supply of very hot water. The views from the front garden are stunning. You get the same views from the kitchen too. You can see the sea in the distance and Snowdonia opposite. The gardens are not enclosed and so if you had young children you would have to watch carefully in case they ran out on to the road. This did not affect us at all, and we spent several relaxing hours at the patio table enjoying the wonderful views. Cwm is a tiny village with no amenities except for a lovely pub. We wanted the peace and quiet so this was just what the doctor ordered. The pub is called The Blue Lion and is such a welcoming place. The staff are fantastic and the food is excellent. Dogs are made very welcome too. The only drawback is that they only open Thursday to Sunday. Their quiz night on Thursdays is great fun.


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