Come and stay in the peaceful countryside on Halkyn Mountain in Flintshire. A haven for ramblers, cyclists, bird watching and fishing, as well as being a good location for many attractions that North Wales has to offer.
Situated in a beautiful part of rural Wales near the edge of the enchanting Clwydian Hill range, which includes the ancient hill fort of Moel Fammau and with miles of open space suitable for scenic walks, cycling and off road cycle trails, horse riding and within a few miles of a number of golf ranges.
Woodview ( A 4* graded with Visit Wales) is a three bedroomed cottage with views over the Dee Estruary, it is a delightful character, end terraced stone cottage set in the hamlet of The Windmill, near Halkyn offering spacious accommodation for up to six persons.
With a quaint gothic style conservatory and cosy snug with beamed ceiling, log burner, flat screen t.v & dvd player., stylish well equipped galley kitchen and a spacious dining/sitting room with patio doors leading to a small secluded patio area. A bathroom with shower is conveniently situated downstairs as is a twin bedroom,. Upstairs are two further bedrooms, one with double bed and the other has a single bed.
Halkyn mountain itself is an area of special scientific interest and is a peaceful location to explore, yet near enough to the main A55 route to take you further into the beautiful North Wales attractions.
Flintshire is a beautiful rural county with ample hidden attractions. Take the scenic Flintshire Leisure Drive with its beautiful scenery and delightful country villages and pubs.
Check out the following attractions for some of our delightful attractions:
Offas Dyke pathway,and the renowned Loggerheads Country Park are also close by.
St. Winifrides Well at Holywell is also a local popular tourist attraction.
The busy market town of Mold is nearby with picturesque buildings and a good variety of shops, pubs and restaurants with a nationally renowned theatre.
Further afield is the Roman walled city of Chester, famous for its historical architecture, galleries, wonderful shops pubs and restaurants, bustling nightlife, and famous zoo.
The North Wales coast and the Snowdonia Mountain Range has some quaint locations to visit. These include the towns of Conwy with its castle and walled town, Llandudno with its North Wales Theatre, and the Great Orme with stunning views, the slate mines of Ffestiniog, Betws y Coed with its Swallow Falls and the picturesque Isle of Angelsey.
Also available is 'Llety Bach' (above). ( A 3* graded with Visit Wales). Another attractive and quaint stone cottage situated on the edge of a small holding, with extensive breathtaking views of the Clwydian range. It also has a cosy snug with beamed ceiling, log burner, t.v. & DVD and a well equipped kitchen/dining room, a newly fitted bathroom with shower over bath. This property sleeps 4 persons, has two double bedrooms and offers all the amenities that Woodview has to offer.
Please Note: We have free secure locked areas for cycles. Bike wash and safe bike storage available on request.
Included in short breaks are:
Bed linen, towels, log fire, heating (incl), dishwasher, microwave, cooker, washing machine/dryer, patio, BBQ.
Village shop and Award Winning Pub within 1.5 miles of both cottages. (The Blue Bell has won Pub of the Year 2008 & Cider Pub of the Year 2008 with a tasty menu of local produce)
CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST, PACKED LUNCHES AND EVENING MEALS CAN BE PROVIDED BY PRIOR ARRANGMENT, AT AN EXTRA CHARGE.
Cyclists and walkers welcome.
Children Welcome, Sorry No Pets.