Bron y Fedw sleeping up to 6 guests
This detached 1930s house, retaining some interesting original features, stands on the hillside one mile east of Glyn Ceiriog.
Bron y Fedw is a detached 1930s house situated on a hillside one mile from Glyn Ceiriog. This secluded valley just 3 miles over the hill from Llangollen was described by Lloyd George as "a little piece of heaven on earth". The small village has a shop and a pub. The town of Chirk is 6 miles away.
This house retains some interesting original features. The comfortable lounge has a TV and a woodburning stove (initial logs provided). There is a separate dining room and a modern fitted kitchen with a washer/dryer. Also on the ground floor is the double bedroom (reduction in price band A if only this bedroom is used), and a shower room with walk-in shower. The original counterbalanced wooden loft ladder gives access to two twin attic rooms, one leading to the other. Heating is by storage and convector heaters and the woodburning stove. There is a sloping garden and terrace to the front and rear of the property with garden furniture and barbecue. Free WiFi. The property has a parking area with space for two cars.
This is excellent walking and cycling country with many public footpaths and quiet country lanes. There is lots to explore within a very short distance. The bustling town of Llangollen, with its many pubs and cafes, is by the river Dee, fantastic for strolling along its banks. Also in Llangollen is the canal with horse drawn barge trips, the famous Pontcysyllte Aqueduct and the Llangollen heritage railway. Chirk has the National Trust's spectacular Chirk castle and gardens.
Electricity and storage heating included
Bed linen provided
No children under 8 please
No smoking inside please
* Discount available for 2 people if only double bedroom used in lowest price band