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Hafannedd Cottage

2 reviews
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Overview
2 bedrooms
1 bathroom
4 guests
Minimum stay varies
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Hafannedd is a converted 17th century woollen mill set amid beautiful scenery on the banks of the River Clwyd, within easy reach of North Wales' major attractions. It has two letting units - the Cottage and also the Mill, within the former mill building (see separate listing). Hafannedd is VisitWales 4* rated and also holds VisitWales Walkers and Cyclists Welcome Awards. The enclosed grounds include a paddock for games, barbecue, seating and ample parking. Laundry and drying room with free wi-fi throughout. The Cottage is centrally heated and have wood-burning stoves. Prices include welcome pack of basic foodstuffs. Flexible bookings - minimum stay 2 nights except during school holidays when a one week minimum applies. Check out our website for full details. ...Hafannedd is a converted 17th century woollen mill set amid beautiful scenery on the banks of the River Clwyd, within easy reach of North Wales' major attractions. It has two letting units - the Cottage and also the Mill, within the former mill building (see separate listing). Hafannedd is VisitWales 4* rated and also holds VisitWales Walkers and Cyclists Welcome Awards. The enclosed grounds include a paddock for games, barbecue, seating and ample parking. Laundry and drying room with free wi-fi throughout. The Cottage is centrally heated and have wood-burning stoves. Prices include welcome pack of basic foodstuffs. Flexible bookings - minimum stay 2 nights except during school holidays when a one week minimum applies. Check out our website for full details. More
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About the Owner
Ann and Philip S
Languages spoken:English
Response Rate:100%
Response Time:Within a few hours
Listed Since:February 2009
Interaction with guests
We live on-site and are always contactable in case of any problems, or for advice on the area in general.
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Reviewed May 17, 2018

lovely clean cottage. finding fresh bread, milk, and eggs waiting for me was great. enjoyed breakfast by the stream and the fantastic gardens around the property.great location too, just off the road between Corwen and Ruthin and close to the Clwydian range where I was...More

Date of stay: May 2018
Thank Christiane K
Reviewed October 3, 2017 via mobile

Absolutely gorgeous cottage in an idyllic setting. Owners very helpful and accommodating. Such a nice touch having local bread, eggs and jam as part of a welcome pack and the little things were thought about. Would definitely recommend to anyone wanting a short break away....More

Date of stay: September 2017
Thank hayleythorpe
Amenities
Pets Allowed: No
Smoking Allowed: No
Kid Friendly: Yes
Suitable For Children Under 5
Parking
Wi-Fi
Internet Access
Private Yard
Would you recommend this vacation rental for someone who wants to stay near the river?YesNoUnsure
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About the neighborhood
The Vale of Clwyd is one of the most picturesque valleys in Wales. The River Clwyd rises in the Cloceanog Forest, only 3 kms from Hafannedd, and flows northwards to join the Irish Sea near Rhyl. The area is well-known not only for its spectacular scenery and wide variety of wildlife but also its historic connections, particularly with Owain Glyndwr (who burned down most of medieval Ruthin in 1400). Hafannedd is roughly equidistant from the towns of Ruthin and Corwen; Ruthin is an elegant mixture of old and new, boasting everything from 15th century houses once inhabited by families connected to the royal Tudor court to a brand new Tesco supermarket; Corwen was an old market town and is the western terminus of the Llangollen Steam Railway.
Getting around
Although Hafannedd is on a bus route (2 hourly service), a car is vital to visit attractions in the area.
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