Self-Catering in Corwen

Hafannedd , Corwen, North Wales

Bryn Saith Marchog
North Wales

LL21 9SB

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17th century converted woollen mill on the banks of the River Clwyd between Ruthin and Corwen. Hafannedd is located on the A494, within easy reach of North Wales' major tourist attractions, including the Snowdonia National Park.We have two apartments, the Studio and the Mill (both sleep up to 5) available within the former mill building. The grounds extend to almost 2 acres and include a paddock for games, a barbecue area and riverside seating area. The Studio occupies the top floor of the former mill and consists of one large studio room with two separate bedrooms, bathroom and extra toilet; it has an independent external staircase entrance. The Studio also contains a double sofa-bed, TV/video/DVD and kitchen area with refrigerator, microwave, sink and hob. The Mill contains 3 bedrooms, which can be configured to your needs and, having access with no steps and a 'sitting bath' and shower, is suitable for persons with reduced mobility. It also has a lounge with TV/DVD and a kitchen with sink, cooker, microwave, refrigerator etc The amenity area serves the Mill and Studio and includes storage room/drying area, with washer and a computer, printer and scanner with broadband connection for guest use. WiFI is available throughout the building. The property is fully centrally heated and both apartments have wood-burning stoves. There is ample parking within the grounds. Prices are fully inclusive of all linen, towels, fuel, electricity and basic foodstuffs - more than enough for breakfasts or a snack on arrival. Bookings can be made for exactly the period you want with a minimum of two nights at any time of the year. Please note we CANNOT accept bookings from single sex groups.

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