Beech Cottage ref: UK11773

Llanrhaeadr, near Denbigh, North Wales Borders

4 Star Self Catering



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  • Bike Store 
  • Detached Property 
  • Dishwasher 
  • Garden / Patio 
  • Highchair 
  • Rural Location 
  • Stairgate 
  • Decorated at Christmas 
  • WiFi 
  • Cot Available 
  • Pets – not allowed 
  • Open Plan 


This beautifully finished holiday property has some lovely quirky features – a narrow winding staircase, sloping ceilings upstairs and a wonderful crafted beechwood finish to the woodwork. Perfect for couples or families with children, Beech Cottage provides a welcome haven from the hustle and bustle of busy life. In a rural location, about a mile from the nearest main road, you can relax with a glass or two of wine on the sunny patio, whilst admiring the stunning views of Moel Famau and the Clwydian Hills to the west.
The pretty town of Ruthin is well worth a visit, with its streets of individual shops and cafés which seem to tumble down the hill from St Peter’s Square. You can visit the once feared Ruthin Gaol (they give a warm welcome these days!) or enjoy craft and art at Ruthin Craft Centre. Take a scenic trip over the Horseshoe Pass to Llangollen, where Wales meets the world. Here, in the home of the annual Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod, you’ll find the Llangollen Canal, providing miles of leafy walks along the towpath, or even a horsedrawn boat trip on a barge pulled by one of the working shire horses. The Llangollen Railway is also well worth a visit – take a nostalgic trip on a steam hauled train along the Dee Valley to the little town of Corwen. If it’s beaches you’re after, then you’ll find some lovely sandy ones along the North Wales coast, whilst the Victorian seaside resort of Llandudno, and the beautiful National Trust garden at Bodnant are easily accessible, as is picturesque Betws-y-Coed, the Gateway to the Snowdonia National Park, and also home to Zip World Fforest, an adrenaline junkie’s delight! Beach 17 miles. Village shop/post office. Supermarket 4.5 miles. Shop, pub and restaurant 2 miles.

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Accommodation details

Ground floor

Step to...
Open plan living space.
Living area: With 22" Smart TV.
Kitchen area: With breakfast area, electric oven, induction hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, beams and tiled floor.
Narrow and steep turning stairs to...

First floor

Sloping ceilings throughout.
Landing/bedroom 1: With single bed leading to...
Bedroom 2: With double bed and pull-out bed.
Bathroom: With shower over bath, and toilet.

Second floor

Third floor

Fourth floor


Oil central heating, electricity, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. Travel cot, highchair and stairgate. Laundry service available.


Sitting-out area with garden furniture. Bike store. Private parking for 2 cars. No smoking.
  • Nearest town
  • Shops
    2 miles
  • Distance
    4.5 miles
  • Restaurant
  • Nearest railway station
  • Pub
    2 miles
  • Railway station distance
    18.2 miles
  • Lake
    15 miles (beach)

About the local area

This being frontier country, there are plenty of historic sites, fortresses and castles which remind us of the area's turbulent past. Thankfully now all is peaceful, allowing the visitor to immerse themselves in centuries of history; from Wales's largest prehistoric monument, Gop Cairn, to the 700 year old intact magnificence of Chirk Castle

Wrexham to the north enjoys a very privileged location. Within twenty minutes travel you can lose yourself in the Welsh hills, be fascinated by the Roman remains in Chester or view the rich historical past within Wrexham. A short drive from Wrexham town centre you can find and enjoy a number of historical sites which remind us of the local way of life over hundreds of years. Add to this excellent road links to North Wales, the North West and beyond and you can understand why Wrexham is a very popular place to visit and stay.

Located between the River Dee and the Berwyn Mountains is Llangollen, a picturesque, bustling market town. Famous for the Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod held in July each year, visitors come from world wide to spectate and compete in poetry, dance and music competitions.

Further south is the town of Welshpool. This area has an endless range of things to do and places to see. From walking trails, wildlife, fishing and golf to historic sites, beautiful villages and stunning scenery. Nearby is the town of Montgomery where you can visit the historic castle of the same name or enjoy the countryside along the Montgomery Canal

Things to do nearby

Rhyl Miniature Railway

At over 100 years old Rhyl Miniature Railway is the oldest of its kind in Britain. The line runs in a circle around the boating lake. There is also a museum, shop and coming soon a nature trail.

Greenacres Animal Park

Set in 80 acres at the gateway to North Wales, Greenacres Animal Park is the perfect venue for a fantastic day out for families and groups. Facilities include a petting area, wildlife animals and reptiles. Fantastic amusement and funfair rides, tractor tours, pony rides and magical children's shows!

Loggerheads Country Park

Loggerheads Country Park has some beautiful wooded river valleys, dramatic cliffs and outcrops all views via a short walk

Snowdonia National Park

Situated on the west coast of Britain covering 823 square miles of diverse landscapes, Snowdonia National Park is the largest National Park in Wales.

Moel Famau Country Park
Moel Famau Country Park

Moel Famau is an impressive park covered in heather moorland turning purple in the Autumn , contrasting beautifully with the green grassland pastures of the Vale of Clwyd. The Park covers an area over 2000 acres and has many access paths and facilities for visitors.

Jubilee Tower
Jubilee Tower

The Jubilee Tower is on the peak of Moel Famau within the country park. The tower was built to commemorate the golden jubilee of George III in 1810. The remains of the tower the highest point in the park, and offer spectacular views over the Clwydian Range.

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