Description: About Fir Tree Lodge
Idyllic 2 Bedroom Log Cabin with Hot Tub in beautiful North Wales
Fir Tree Lodge is a gorgeous log cabin, nestled in rural North Wales, just five miles from the glittering seas and beaches of the North Wales coast and just 6 miles from the attractive market town of Abergele. Spend your mornings looking out over the veranda, leaning against the cosy wood and watching blue skies ahead of you. Relax inside with the comfy sofas and comfortable armchairs, curling up in front of the TV and the warming wood burning stove.
There’s even a hot tub outside the cabin, where you can sooth all the stresses of everyday life away in bubbling, warm waters.
Don’t forget bring a furry friend along to enjoy your holiday with you as this welcoming lodge is pet-friendly!
Inside this Sleeps 4 Holiday Lodge Near Abergele
With an open plan living space, Fir Tree Lodge is beautifully designed with everything you could need for a relaxing enjoyable self-catering holiday. From a stunning living space, with sumptuous cushions and sofas, where you can sit around with all the family and chat over food, to grand windows that light up the whole cabin with lovely natural lighting.
For restful nights, there are two bedrooms to choose from – the first with a grand double bed, placed beautifully by the wooden walls and next to a window, perfect for looking out over grassy fields and wonderful scenery. The second bedroom is just as cosy, with two twin beds and golden lights that illuminate the room with a sweet glow, and another window to overlook the lovely rural setting.
Outside, there’s a garden to enjoy – sit out in the mornings on the patio and take advantage of the BBQ provided. There’s even storage for bikes and private parking, and stables that can be booked by arrangement. The kitchen is well stocked so you can cook for yourself if you don’t fancy a meal out. You’ll be happily at home in Fir Tree Lodge!
Explore scenic Abergele in North Wales
Abergele is a charming market town, fit for all your needs, with unique little shops and delightful artisan cafes to explore all day long. As a historic town, explore the hills, scattered with Iron Age forts that tell of an intricate history and culture you’ll love to explore. With ample history and charming views, there will be so much to explore and do in Abergele. If you’d like to explore elsewhere, then why not visit St Asaph? With a spiralling, stunning cathedral, St Asaph is a gorgeous city with rolling hills in the misty distance and streets all boasting their little independent wonders. There will be something for everyone to explore from your base of Fir Tree Lodge!
This owner/agency has featured on countrycottagesonline.com since 2015
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If you are interested in booking, please call the owner, and discuss their booking process. They may ask that you book via a booking form and that you pay by bank transfer.
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Setting and Local Information
Local Attractions near St Asaph
Top Attractions: Surf Snowdonia, Colwyn Bay welsh mountain zoo, Conwy castle,The isle of Anglesey,many other castles in the area,beaches,the seaside shopping town of Llandudno, Betwys y Coed,Snowdon.
Recommended Places to Visit: Betwys y Coed, Conwy Castle, Llandudno, Beaumaris, Anglesey, the Roman city of Chester, West Shore,Llandudno
Annual Eventst: The Flint and Denbigh Agricultural show
Recommended Places to Eat Out: The Balck Lion Llanfair TH, The Talardy Hotel ,St Asaph,The Plough inn,St Asaph
Local Sports: cycling, horse riding, surfing, walking, walking
Nearest Train Station: Rhyl