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Hen Blas Cottage
Henblas Holiday Cottage
Sleeps, 6 people
Located in the hills above Abergele, in North Wales, Henblas holiday cottage is a charming converted barn, offering spacious and contemporary accommodation for up to 6 guests. With so much to see and do in this part of Wales, Henblas is the perfect base for exploring the coast and countryside, with plenty of seaside favourites and bustling market towns to choose from as well.
The cottage dates back to around 1860 and is surrounded by open fields, with stunning views across the Denbigh Moors and over to the village of Betws yn Rhos. There are three bedrooms in total, with two double rooms and one twin-bed room. One bedroom and one bathroom are on the ground floor, making it easy for guests who have limited mobility to enjoy their stay here. Upstairs are two further bedrooms and another bathroom. Bed linen and towels are provided.
Downstairs, there is a comfortable and spacious open-plan lounge and kitchen. The kitchen is fully equipped with everything needed to make the most of your self-catering holiday, including fridge/freezer, oven, and hob, dishwasher and microwave. In the lounge, there is a TV with DVD player and a selection of DVDs.
Outside, there is a pretty garden and patio, with a barbecue. Guests are welcome to explore the grounds and to meet the horses, who are partial to a treat of apples or carrots.
This part of Wales has so much to offer, whether you are in search of a traditional seaside holiday, an outdoor adventure or a sightseeing holiday, taking in historic castles and other places of interest.
The traditional seaside towns of Llandudno and Conwy are just a few minutes away by car, and there are many other beach delights along the North Wales coast. For those who like hiking, why not tackle a stretch of the Wales Coast Path, or head to the woodland trails of Coed y Gopa, just outside Abergele, for some stunning views and a fairly gentle walk?
History lovers are in for a treat in this part of Wales, as its home to some of the most stunning castles in Europe, including Caernarfon, Beaumaris, Harlech, and Conwy. The tiny Holy Well and Chapel of St Trillo, right on the seafront at Rhos-on-Sea, seats just 6 and is said to be Wales smallest church. Its well worth a visit, and there are many other secret gems tucked away in both coastal and countryside locations, just waiting to be discovered.
For adventure lovers, there is plenty of high-octane fun to be had in North Wales. Swimming, horse riding, mountain biking and trout fishing are all available locally, and a little further afield, Surf Snowdonia, Bounce Below and Zip World all make for a thrilling day out. Then theres the dry ski slope at Llandudno, and kitesurfing at Rhyl, to try. No matter what type of adventure youre looking for, North Wales has something to offer.
From fun-filled family holidays on the beach to action-packed outdoor adventures, there is something for everyone in this part of Wales, and with such a warm and welcoming place to stay, holidays at Henblas holiday cottage are sure to be remembered for many years to come.
Oil central heating
Fully equipped kitchen
Digital Radio and CD Player
Garden/patio (including BBQ)
Heating and electricity including
Bed linen provided (beds ready made)
Guest towels (1x bath towel and 1x hand towel per guest)