Pentre Celyn is a quaint and quiet hamlet in Denbighshire in North East Wales, surrounded by sweeping areas of beautiful countryside. With a great choice of places to visit within easy reach for day trips, this tranquil part of Wales could be a great base for a self-catering break in the country. Travel north and spend a day by the coast in Rhyl, only 22 miles away, take a trip west and be in Bala within the beauty of Snowdonia’s National Park in just 21 miles or head over to England for the day and visit Chester with its impressive historical city walls which is a mere 25 miles away.
Information on Cottage Holidays in Pentre-celyn
In terms of finding a place to stay choose from Welsh country cottages, rural retreats and log cabin holidays. Whether you are planning a romantic break away or a family holiday, this part of Wales has plenty to offer visitors.
There are lots of walks that can be taken through wonderful rural scenery, along nearby streams and forests such as Coppice Wood and Eyarth House Wood. Taking a picnic to relax under the trees with loved ones on a sunny afternoon is a great way to spend a day on a cottage holiday, or you could hire a bicycle and go cycling through the woodlands, spotting wildlife along the way.
Pentre Celyn is well situated close to Snowdonia National Park as well as the North Wales coastline, so you can team a quiet, relaxing break in a small rural settlement with an action-packed holiday full of adventure and things to do. Snowdonia is home to incredible hills and mountains including Snowdon, the highest peak in Wales, and culture lovers will enjoy exploring some of the National Trust properties that can be found within the National Park.
The National Trust’s beautiful Ty Mawr Wybrnant in Penmachno is a 16th century stone farmhouse and was the birthplace of the Bishop William Morgan. Morgan is famed for having translated the Bible into the Welsh language and a visit to this gorgeous restored cottage comes highly recommended if you want to get a sense of traditional Welsh living. There are also walks that can be taken from the property and through nearby woodlands.
The picturesque coastal towns of Rhyl and Prestatyn are not too far from Pentre Celyn, less than an hour’s drive away, so a day trip to the beach can easily be had whilst enjoying a country cottage holiday in this area of Wales. With cinemas, bowling, a Seaquarium, miniature railway, museums and of course, sandy beaches, there is plenty to do in both of these gorgeous towns. There are also numerous castles that make for excellent visits such as Bodelwyddan Castle with wonderful areas of parkland, a maze and a Victorian Games Room, and Denbigh Castle, the remains of an incredible fortress that dates from the 13th century.
Pentre Celyn is perfect for a serene break in the Denbighshire part of North Wales, but due to its excellent location, you can easily visit some of the main attractions in the region for a more active holiday. If you just feel like walking amongst stunning backdrops and hills with loved ones then Pentre Celyn is also perfect, and you are bound to have a fantastic holiday in this charming part of Wales.
Book a Pentre-celyn cottage and look forward to discovering some of the best of Denbighshire on holiday.