Perched up on the Clwydian Hills, with views that stretch far across the countryside, Ty Nain has an enviable location that is all about peace and tranquility.
It’s a hiker’s dream as trails can be joined without the need to hop in the car, and as the cottage welcomes the family pet, that means walks with the dog are simply a breeze.
This holiday cottage comes with a huge deck furnished with comfortable seating and al-fresco table and chairs, so spending time outside in the warm weather is just a delight.
At A Glance
One Dog Allowed
Ground Floor Facilities
Pets - No Charge
Pub Within 1 Mile
Flat Screen TV
About Ty Nain
This cosy cottage is perfect for a romantic break away from it all. In the summer months, the spacious outside deck is the ideal spot to open a bottle of the good stuff and spend some quiet moments together.
And if hiking is your thing then join the Clwydian Way for walks that go on for miles.
Tucked out of the way in the beautiful Clwydian Hills, this petite cottage is the perfect antidote to a hectic life.
With room to cook up a tasty breakfast and prepare a lunch or two, the open-plan living-dining-kitchen space offers everything needed to self-cater most meals.
Take your canine best friend on holiday with you and stay at Ty Nain cottage. One pet is allowed to stay at this accommodation free of charge. As there are sheep and horses in the next paddock, dogs must be kept on a lead at all times to keep all the animals safe and happy.
Map of Area
Things To Do in Denbigh
With the Clwydian Way on the doorstep, time spent outdoors is what this area is all about. Hiking and walking the miles of paths could take you all the way to Prestatyn, but that would take you several days!
Denbigh, in the North East of Wales, is just a few miles away and it offers plenty of things to do. There is a selection of independent shops and a few places to eat and drink here.
It also boasts Denbigh Castle, a ruined 13th- Century building that once had an impressive triple tower arrangement. If you collect the keys from the information centre, you can walk the Old Town Walls while you’re here.
With multiple steps to climb, you will be rewarded with stunning views in all directions. Betws-y-coed, the gateway to Snowdonia, is a 27-mile drive away and well worth a visit.
With craft stores, art shops and a choice of outdoor activities to book, there is more than a day’s worth of things to do here.
If you lead a busy life, then a few days in Denbighshire is just what you need. There is space to roam and get away from the noise of the city here, and lots of spectacular countryside to discover.
Towns and villages in the area are picturesque and friendly with a choice of great food and drink to tuck into. Take your dog on holiday with you, and enjoy the delights of walking in Wales together.
You will return home relaxed and happy, and ready to take on the world again.
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