Self Catering Mold Accommodation

Self Catering Mold Accommodation | Ysgubor y Cwm


Spacious and detached, this self catering Mold accommodation for 8 provides a stunning retreat in North Wales countryside. Woodburner, views & Offa's Dyke.

Self Catering Mold Accommodation

Located in one of only five Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the whole of Wales, this spacious, detached Mold accommodation enjoys a beautiful, peaceful setting. Its location in the rural hamlet of Pen y Felin, near the picturesque village of Nannerch provides the ultimate 5 star retreat. Relax, unwind and enjoy a well-earned break with a welcoming woodburner, great views, excellent facilities throughout and the added bonus of being just a stone’s throw from Offa’s Dyke Path.

Ground Floor

Spacious open plan kitchen / dining room. The large modern kitchen features a limestone tiled floor, original beams and a range cooker with electric oven and gas hob. Comfortable dining for eight hungry guests. (Also includes dishwasher, microwave, fridge/freezer). The dining area has lime-stone flooring with dining table and Welsh Dresser, TV/DVD with free-view

Lounge - The beautiful living room features stone window frames and a wood-burning stove and is the perfect place to relax at the end of a long day. Freeview TV, DVD & music player and games console provided. A selection of books, games DVDs & CDs are also available.

Utility Room with washing machine, tumble dryer, iron, ironing board, vacuum cleaner etc

Bedroom 1 - Downstairs bedroom with Super-king bed (can be twin on request). Drawers, wardrobe, luggage rack, dressing table and mirror. Adjoining en-suite bathroom with walk in shower, wc and basin.

Upstairs

Bedroom 2 – Super-king bed (can be twin on request). Drawer units, wardrobe, dressing table and mirror luggage rack.

Family bathroom with a large walk-in shower, bath, WC and basin bathroom cabinet.

Bedroom 3 - Double bedroom, drawer units, dressing table, mirror and bedside lamp.

Bedroom 4 – Super-king bed, wardrobe, drawer units, luggage rack, dressing table and mirrors.

Garden

This self catering Mold accommodation has a large lawn and patio with table and chairs. BBQ facilities and access to three acres of land.

Additional Information
  • Please specify at the time of booking if you would like the beds to be prepared as super-king or twin in bedroom 1 & 2
  • Heating and electricity included. Starter pack for log burner also included
  • Bed linen, hand and bath towels provided
  • Hairdryers provided (one in each bedroom)
  • Wifi provided. Please note that due to the area its speed can be slower than standard.
  • Travel cot, high chair and stair gate provided on request
  • No pets or smoking
  • Plenty of private off road parking space outside this self catering Mold cottage.
  • Kitchen essentials provided - such as tea, coffee, sugar, small bottle of milk, tea towels, washing up liquid and a few dishwasher tablets.


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  • Sleeps up to 8
  • 4 bedrooms: 1 super king, 2 super king / twin, 1 double
  • Baby friendly
    Enclosed garden
    Ground floor bedroom(s)
    Log fire
    Shop / pub within 1 mile
    Wi-fi / Internet
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    We had an amazing stay, everything was a perfect 10, stunning barn, with stunning views, owners caring and attentive, a place not to be missed.
    Recommends: Explore countryside near the barn, lovely area.
    Gail from Stone, Staffordshire, Oct 2016

    An amazing property: beautiful views, well furbished, friendly owners.
    We had a wonderful time and stayed around the property all weekend where the children played
    Stephen and Family, Sep 2015

    Fantastic, perfect to get away from it all.
    The cottage is extremely nice, spacious and the surroundings are beautiful. All boxes ticked and we would love to return
    Lynsey from Stockport, Apr 2015

    Tastefully decorated and modern twist to a traditional barn conversion

    Great as a base to explore the area
    Clive from Manchester, Feb 2015