Cwm Dyserth, Denbighshire
Enjoy jaw-dropping, panoramic views of rural Wales from this luxurious villa, complete with games room and woodfired hot tub.
Please note: minimum stay for this property is: 3 nights low season & 4 nights high season
Heat pumps / Heat recovery ventilation system
Repurposed / renovated building
EV charging point
100% green energy supplier
Chlorine-free hot tub
Draft-proofed to a very high level
Very high levels of insulation
This newly renovated holiday home is found in rural North-East Wales, a truly stunning and tranquil location. Completely private, up to seven guests will have the opportunity to switch off, relax and reconnect with nature - the only neighbours being the sheep and cows roaming the nearby fields. The property blends seamlessly into its idyllic surroundings and is beautifully designed in a contemporary, Scandinavian style. Its luxurious interior has been finished to an exceptionally high standard with marble flooring, premium furnishings and stylish décor throughout, with every detail carefully thought out to make your stay extra special. Guests can enjoy spectacular, panoramic views of Snowdonia, the Vale of Clwyd and the Irish Sea from the comfort of the home or outside whilst soaking in the woodfired hot tub.
At the centre of the house is the spacious, open plan living, kitchen and dining area, where a huge panoramic window provides stunning views and lots of natural light. A wonderful place to unwind, you’ll find comfy seating, a handcrafted chess set and a smart TV. Alternatively, you can spend your time in the games room, which has table football and a 55inch smart TV. When it’s time to eat, you’ll be able to make use of the modern kitchen, kitted out with state-of-the-art appliances, spacious worktops and everything you could need to cook up a feast. Both a breakfast bar and dining table are ready for meals to be shared. Adjacent to the living space is a sunroom that leads out to the garden, complete with a large telescope for stargazing. The garden is another lovely spot to relax, with outdoor seating and of course, the hot tub.
The property has three delightful bedrooms. These include a master bedroom with a generous sized ensuite bathroom with walk-in shower, a second bedroom with a king-size bed and an additional cabin bed (hidden away and accessed via a small ladder) and finally a twin room which can be converted into a king on request. There is a gorgeous main bathroom with a lovely freestanding bath and a walk-in rain head shower with a beautiful natural pebble wall, plus fluffy towels and high-quality toiletries are provided.
Bryniau Isaf is located in the picturesque county of Denbighshire. The local area is a haven for walking, with several excellent footpaths on your doorstep. One of these leads to the historic hillfort of Moel Hiraddug and another to Dyserth waterfall, both a short walk away and well worth visiting. Also within walking distance is The Blue Lion pub, which offers a warm welcome, wholesome food and a well-deserved drink. The village of Dyserth and the town of Rhuddlan are both a short drive away, as are the coastal towns of Rhyl and Prestatyn, which have plenty of shops to stock up on holiday supplies and vast sandy beaches, ideal for a day at the seaside. Snowdonia National Park is less than an hour's drive away, with its breathtaking scenery, plus lots of fun for the adventurous at Zip World.
£275 per night low season
£300 per night mid season
£350 per night high season (4 night minimum)
£400 per night Christmas/New Year (5 night minimum)
SPECIAL REDUCED RATES for couples only - Get in touch for further details
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