Cottage in Llanarmon Yn Ial, Denbighshire, North Wales - Central Location To All North Wales, Chester, Llangollen, Snowdonia National Park
Frank & Lynn Hill
About Frank & Lynn Hill
We have lived in Llanarmon Yn Ial for nearly 26 years now. We have two young children Nia 11 and Oliver 8. They both go to the local school. We are adrenaline junkies and are quite often out kite surfing, kayaking, paragliding or climbing. Any advice wanted just ask.
Frank & Lynn Hill purchased this Cottage in 1980
Why Frank & Lynn Hill chose Mold
Ty Gylfinir (Curlew Cottage), the cottage you will be staying in, used to be an old joiners shop making wheels and wooden gears for the surrounding mills and lead mines that proliferated the area. We have travelled extensively and stayed in various degrees of accommodation so when we converted the building we put into it all the things that we thought a client may like and used our own experience to get it 'just right'. Our own cottage is just over the road from Ty Gylfinir so if there are any problems we are on hand to help. We moved to the area as it is very central to all amenities but still with a very rural environment.
What makes this Cottage unique
Whilst staying at Ty Gylfinir you can enjoy the rural area and still be less that 20 minutes from the cultural and bustling cities of Chester and Wrexham. Llangollen with its annual International Eisteddfordd is but a 15 minute drive away. 10 minutes walk takes you to our local pub The Raven which serves excellent real ales along with the best fish and chips anywhere, (they also serve a full menu) There is ample parking for two cars at Ty Gylfinir The garden is fully enclosed so you can allow your children to play, however there is also a larger area for the older ones with ample room to kick a football around or just wander and chill out.
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date.
Ideal holiday cottage.
We thoroughly enjoyed our week at Ty Gylfinir which offers spacious, well-appointed, comfortable accommodation. It has a peaceful, rural location yet is within easy reach by car of shopping and other facilities in nearby towns, while the village with its community shop and pub is within walking distance.
The helpful, friendly owners live just across the road and readily give assistance or advice if required. It was a real bonus to find on arrival a supply of basics (e.g. tea, coffee, bread, milk, etc) in the kitchen plus a lovely vase of flowers - all much appreciated after a long journey.
Ty Gylfinir is a great base for touring all parts of North Wales with its wide variety of places to visit and range of activities on offer. In the dresser drawers in the dining area Frank and Lynn have provided plenty of informative leaflets and booklets on the area. There is so much to see and do - we definitely hope to return and highly recommend this excellent property!
Super cosy cottage
Great place to stay. We managed to finish our Offa’s Dyke walk.
Great facilities would use again.
Lovely cottage in a stunning area of Wales
A lovely cottage in a great location.
The cottage had everything you need for a break away from the rat race!
As it says....Beautiful cottage in a stunning area
An excellent place to stay for a few days for our walking holiday. Nearby pub THe Raven excellent beer and food.
Unfortunately we forgot our maps but Frank came to the rescue!
Our fabulous stay at Ty Gylfinir
Just home from a fabulous stay in this lovely cottage. The cottage is everything you hope for and more, it is so comfortable & cosy and the surrounding area is simply stunning, the views are beautiful. We felt very welcome & comfortable as soon as we arrived and really didn’t want to leave !
PERFECT, PERFECT, PERFECT.
We came to the area not knowing what to expect. Its fantastic. The Raven pub was most welcoming.
Frank & Lynn where the perfect hosts giving us lots of advice on the local walks. The cottage suited our needs well. Cosy and warm and even the weather played its part and allowing us to sit in the garden.
Special interest holidays:
There are plenty of things locally to enrol on if you fancy something different.
Loggerheads Country Park offer cookery, dry stone walling, hedge laying etc.
Coarse and fly fishing at local fisheries and on the world famous River Dee.
Coed Llandegla mountain bike centre. Abseiling & climbing at Devils Gorge (special discount for residents).
Most of the North Wales coast can be reached within 30-40 minutes drive.
Both Manchester and Liverpool airports are less than 1 hour away. A car is recommended to get the full benefit of the area.
Llanarmon village is 10 minutes walk, 1 minute by car. Llangollen 15 minutes
Chester, Wrexham 20 mins. Liverpool and Manchester 1 hour of easy driving
Visit the historic city of Chester with its famous zoo, fine selection of shops, Cheshire Oakes shopping and designer outlet, Blue Planet aquarium and good restaurants. Coarse fishing on several local lakes and game fishing on the fantastic river Dee.