This undiscovered region of Wales is gaining popularity, due to its breathtaking scenery and luscious countryside. Located in the northeast corner of Wales and encompasses the regions of Llangollen, Rhyl and Prestatyn, Mold and the majestic Corwen and Berwyn mountains. If you are a lover of the great outdoors, then this is a destination you should definitely visit. Llangollen, with its gently rolling hills, sits alongside the River Dee and is a great place to start exploring this area. With heritage, adrenalin-fuelled outdoor activities, year-round festivals and some of the best walking opportunities in Wales, this is a destination where there is something for everyone. By contrast, the busy market town of Mold, only 10 miles west of the English border, is home to Clwyd Theatre Mymru, Wales' major drama house. The theatre hosts a staggering 1500 performances a year, consisting of drama, dance, music and a summer festival. Mold is also packed with wonderful walking opportunities whether that is cross country or via a country park, the largest, Moel Famau Country Park incorporates over 2,000 acres of the Clwydian Hills. Whether you are visiting for culture or scenery this area of North Wales will not disappoint, so search our hand-picked North Wales Borders cottages today.