- £724 per week
- £103 per night
- 6 Guests
- 3 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- No Pets
Beds & bedrooms
- Bed linen provided
- 2 double beds
- 2 single beds
- Washing machine
- 2 WCs
- Towels provided
- Open fire or woodburner
- Hot tub
- Welcome pack
- Travel cot
- Garden or courtyard
- Enclosed garden or courtyard
- Private parking
- Rural location
- Walk-in shower
- Ground floor bath/shower room
- Ground floor WC
- Ground floor bedroom
Important - Please Note
- Check in: 4:00pm
- Check out: 9:00am
At the end of a long, meandering lane, deep in the rolling, North Wales countryside lies this charmingly renovated self-catering retreat. The historic town of Denbigh is only six miles away, and yet will you feel so far from everything that the stars at night will feel close enough to touch. Featuring stone walls, exposed beams, and brass-and-iron bed frames, come to relax in style at Hafan Hiraethog and experience the beauty of time and space.
Mountain views and space to breathe
Sure to delight families and friends in search of unspoiled remoteness, Hafan Hiraethog has been cleverly designed to combine the spaciousness of its location with a cosy sense of shelter. Nowhere in the house is this better captured than in the contemporary, oak conservatory. There, guests can relax and enjoy the panoramic views of the Clwydian Mountains and countryside.
Within the main house, the fully-equipped kitchen is made to feel airy thanks to its large windows and French doors. Through the French doors, guests can step out onto the patio. Dine al fresco, share thoughts and stories, then watch the sun give way to the stars while sat in the private hot tub. When the night gets cool, wander back inside and warm up by the wood burner in the sitting room.
Bedrooms and bathrooms
Hafan Hiraethog features a double room, full of character and style, on the ground floor. Guests staying in this room have a shower room with WC available to them through the utility room. Tucked under the gables on the first floor are a second double room and a twin room. These two rooms have access to a stylish tiled bathroom with WC.
A starter bag of firewood is provided and additional bags of coal are available at £8 per bag, while additional logs will cost £3 per bag. We are also happy to provide a high chair, and travel cot, but ask that you please request these upon booking. WiFi available.
Special Note: The ground floor double bedroom and the wet room may be suitable for less mobile guests.
Wonderful, very secluded and traditional with a well thought out renovation. The owners are the most helpful, kindest people we have met in a while. Perfect.
The village of Llansannan (3 miles) has a village shop and more extensive shopping is available in Denbigh which has a Morrison’s and an Aldi. For eating establishments the Brookenhouse Mill and Con Amici in Denbigh can be recommended and the Guildhall Tavern also in the town is recommended as a good pub. The Radhuni Asian Restaurant (5 miles) and the Kinmel Arms in Llandyrnog should also be mentioned. For lovers of history and culture, Denbigh has a castle and a library.
For outdoor enthusiasts the attractions of Llyn Brenig, the fourth largest lake in Wales, must not be missed. Cycle hire, walking and fly fishing are available and there is also a modern visitor centre which is open from 8-4 pm daily (apart from Christmas Day) and includes a waterside restaurant selling home cooked food.
Other days out from your 5 star holiday accommodation in North Wales include Loggerheads Country Park, the popular village of Betws y Coed (the official ‘Gateway to Snowdonia’) and Tree Top Adventure. There is also a great go-karting course at Cerrigydrudion and an Open Door Adventures Centre and scientifically important caves at Bont-Newydd.
- Designated lakeside walking routes are signposted from the Llyn Brenig Visitor Centre. 6 miles
- Alwen Trail - Way marked, 7.5 mile circular route around the Alwen Reservoir. Start the trail from the Alwen Dam near Llyn Brenig Visitor Centre. 6 miles
- Hiraethog Way links the villages of Pentrefoelas, Cerrigydrudion, Llanfihangel Glyn Myfr and Llanrhaeadr via public footpaths, quiet lanes and country roads. Starts at Pentrefoelas, 11 miles.
- Bike hire available at Llyn Brenig Visitor Centre.
- Around the Lake Trail - 9.5 mile route, suitable for beginners and families. Start from the main car park at the Llyn Brenig Visitor Centre. 6 miles
- Alwen Trail – easy to follow, 7.5 mile circular route around the Alwen Reservoir. Forest tracks and paths from Alwen Dam along the water’s edge and up to the moorland of Mynydd Hiraethog. 6 miles
- 30 mile circular cycle ride from Llyn Brenig. Challenging ride through varied terrain with spectacular views. 6 miles
- Betws y Coed provides a variety of trails including the renowned Marin Trail (16 miles) and the Penmachno (18.5 miles) Red Routes. Bike hire is also provided. 18 miles
- Llyn Brenig offers the highest sailing club in Wales. 6 miles.
- Kitesurfing School at Kinmel Bay, 16 miles.
Fly fishing available from Llyn Brenig Visitor Centre. 6 miles.
Denbigh Golf Club. 18 hole golf course. 6 miles
Riding available for all ages and abilities at Dolgoed Riding School in the Cathedral town of St Asaph. 11 miles
- The tourist coastal town of Rhyl has a large, blue flag sandy beach with a range of amenities. 17 miles
- Llandudno Beaches - Wales’s largest beach resort has two beaches with one boasting the Blue Flag award. Wide range of seasonal entertainment and leisure facilities. 26 miles
- Most beaches along the North Wales coast have won Seaside Awards for cleanliness and water quality.