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Self Catering Accommodation, Corwen

Sleeps 5, 3 bedrooms
£325 to £525 per week
  • Woodburner
  • Wifi
  • No smoking
  • Child friendly

A woollen mill in former times, Hafannedd has been converted into two comfortable self-catering units. Set amid beautiful scenery on the banks of the River Clwyd, Hafannedd provides a perfect place to holiday and is within reach of North Wales' major tourist attractions. The property is located on the A494 between Ruthin and Corwen.

The Mill has three separate bedrooms (twin, double and single), a family bathroom and a kitchen/lounge with a full-size cooker, microwave, tv/cd/dvd. The Mill is on one level and therefore suitable for the less nimble; it will sleep up to five.

The Cottage has two bedrooms (twin, double, sleeping four), shower room, separate toilet and a large through-lounge, kitchen/diner. It is fully equipped with full-size cooker, microwave, tv/cd/dvd etc. A particular feature is the deck running along the side of the cottage and overlooking the river.

Both units are fully centrally heated and also have wood-burning stoves, for which logs are available. As well as the facilities in the units themselves, there is an amenity area that includes a washing machine, drying room and library. If you need to keep in touch with home or office, all mobile phone networks have excellent reception and there is free wifi throughput the property. There are plenty of outside seating areas and secure storage facilities for cycles. Hafannedd also holds Cyclists and Walkers Welcome Awards from VisitWales.



Denbighshire LL21 9SB

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  • Philip Sutcliffe
  • Corwen
    Denbighshire LL21 9SB
  • Listed since September 2006
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