Escape for a rural retreat break at Grouse Lodge at Bryn Y Pin. Set in a beautiful rural setting on a working farm, just 8 miles from the gorgeous golden sandy beaches along the North Wales coast, this high quality real-wood log cabin is a real treat! Whether for a romantic getaway or a family holiday, this lodge offers plenty of appeal.
Short Break Bookings Available - Minimum 2 night Stay - Please check our Availability Calendar (see link further down the page) before contacting us
Just take a look at the stunning views! Grouse Lodge boasts fantastic views out to the River Elwy Valley and features a generous decked area where you can sit out and make the most of those views. This is a beautiful location and a great place to relax and unwind in the North of Wales with friends or family. The hot tub is also outside in the enclosed garden and again boasts superb views.
Grouse Lodge is one of two welcoming wooden lodges at Bryn Y Pin, each of which is complete with its own warm bubbly hot tub.
Each of the holiday lodges has been furnished with love and care, making each log cabin supremely comfortable and welcoming.
Inside Grouse Lodge features cosy wooden floors and an open plan style living area with comfy seating area complete with warming woodburner and a well-equipped modern kitchen with electric cooker, microwave, dishwasher and freezer. There is also a utility room with washer/dryer. Doors open out from the living area to the large decked area. There are two bedrooms, a romantic double with wall mounted TV and garden and valley views, and a comfy twin bedroom again with wall mounted TV. There is also a stylish family bathroom. The lodge is heated with electric central heating ensuring a warm and cosy stay.
This lodge benefits from WiFi internet access and parking is available for 2 cars.
The local pub is within a mile and for those with horses, stabling is possible by arrangement.
There is a lot to see and do in the local area and a great range of outdoor activities such as walking, golfing and fishing to enjoy. Visit historical castles on days out, the Welsh Mountain Zoo and have fun by the seaside, discovering beautiful beaches and quaint coastal towns and villages. It’s even possible to head in to Snowdonia National Park which is only around half an hour’s drive away.
This owner/agency has featured on countrycottagesonline.com since 2015
deposit is half the full price of the Lodge,and full balance paid two weeks before arrival
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.
Nearest Train Station or Airport: Rhyl station
Recommended Places to Visit: Betwys y Coed, Conwy Castle, Llandudno, Beaumaris, Anglesey, the Roman city of Chester, West Shore,Llandudno,Snowdonia National Park,LLangollen
Annual Events: 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: Horse riding, sufing, kite surfing ,walking, cycling as the cycle path affords safe cycling
St Asaph, being the smallest city in Britain,has a beautiful Cathederal and river walk,as well as a Bank,butchers,farm shop,and café s..along with a few nice hotels/restaurants...It is 20 minutes from the beach and is 5 minutes to the A55 expressway. We are also about n hour from "Surf Snowdonia" a wonderful surf venue. "Bounce Below" is another very popular attraction here in north Wales, as well as the fantastic "Zip Wire" at Bethesda. The North Wales coast and Snowdonia range are one of the top UK destinations to visit.
Please visit http://www.brynpinlodges.co.uk to find out more about the holiday cottage, amenities, surrounding area and places to visit in Denbighshire.