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11 Log Cabins in Clwyd

A stunning coast, beautiful hills to walk in and the wildlife rich Dee estuary. The Clwydian Range is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and the Offa's Dyke path runs through here to Prestatyn. Don't miss the panoramic Horseshoe Pass, and the famous Pontcysyllte Aqueduct and Llangollen canal.

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Tremeirchion, Clwyd, Wales

From £595 Availability

Ffynnon Beuno is nestled at the foot of a tranquil valley in the Clwydian Range. Babbling through the heart of this valley is the shining Beuno’s Brook that irrigates the land and we know from archeological digs at the cave that mankind has felt safe and secure here since humans reached the UK. In bygone days, no two shepherd’s huts were ever the same. Each one was lovingly crafted using reclaimed items from around the farm and local area, and carefully pieced together to keep the wolves and the wind out. Shepherds would traditionally live in the hut during lambing season, safe and cosy yet close to nature. Today, Ffynnon Beuno Shepherd’s huts offer all the romance of traditional shepherd hut living combined with the convenience of modern facilities. Individually designed by a local craftsman, made from the highest quality timbers with loving attention to detail, this luxury hut will make your stay with us absolutely unforgettable. Hicks Hut is powered by 12v Solar-no mains power. Ensuite Shower and loo Egyptian Cotton Bedding Towels and Luxury Toiletries supplied Wood Burning Stove for the cooler nights DVD Player Covered kitchen and cooking facilities (all utensils and crockery supplied)

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Tremeirchion, Clwyd, Wales

From £595 Availability

Ffynnon Beuno is nestled at the foot of a tranquil valley in the Clwydian Range. Babbling through the heart of this valley is the shining Beuno’s Brook that irrigates the land and we know from archeological digs at the cave that mankind has felt safe and secure here since humans reached the UK. In bygone days, no two shepherd’s huts were ever the same. Each one was lovingly crafted using reclaimed items from around the farm and local area, and carefully pieced together to keep the wolves and the wind out. Shepherds would traditionally live in the hut during lambing season, safe and cosy yet close to nature. Today, Ffynnon Beuno Shepherd’s huts offer all the romance of traditional shepherd hut living combined with the convenience of modern facilities. Individually designed by a local craftsman, made from the highest quality timbers with loving attention to detail, this luxury hut will make your stay with us absolutely unforgettable. Beuno’s Hut is powered by 12v Solar-no mains power. Ensuite Shower and loo Egyptian Cotton Bedding Towels and Luxury Toiletries supplied Wood Burning Stove for the cooler nights DVD Player Covered kitchen and cooking facilities (all utensils and crockery supplied)

Big Yurt 7

Corwen, Clwyd, Wales

Big Yurt From £553 Availability

Ty Crwn Mawr is an authentic Mongolian yurt with log cabin kitchen/dining room/shower/toilet located high in Cynwyd forest in the beautiful Berwyn mountains in North Wales on our off grid eco property. Dee Valley AONB on the doorstep, Snowdonia National Park nearby. Deep peace & tranquility, stunning skies and views, no light pollution. Abundant wildlife, nature and trees. Delicious unspoilt mountain spring water. Special, loving and healing vibe. Pets welcome. Experience life 'off-grid' glamping! Ty Crwn Mawr is a very comfortable yurt with spectacular views which can easily accommodate seven people. It has a king size bed and six single futon beds which double up as chairs/sofas. It is beautifully furnished with lovely linens, wall hangings, rugs and fairy lights creating a warm and magical space. In addition to the log cabin facilities, right next to the yurt is a small shed containing a compost toilet and hot shower, with a small covered cooking area (with sink and hot tap) attached to it. Great for making brews and those middle of the night widdles! There is a secluded seating area and fire pit/BBQ to the south of the yurt. There is a wood burning stove in the yurt which heats up the space very quickly. A basket of logs, some firelighters and kindling are provided. Further logs are available on request for £5 a basket. Firelighters and kindling are also available. All pots/pans, crockery and cutlery, mugs and glasses are provided. We simply ask that you wash them before you leave and after each meal if other guests are in the smaller yurt. Towels are not provided. Please bring your own with you. Bedsheets, duvets and pillows are provided but feel free to bring extra with you. The yurt is light and airy with a clear round window in the roof and a north facing door to help keep things cool on sunny days and hot summer nights. The floor and walls are insulated so it's toasty even in the coldest of winters. The log cabin near the yurt contains a full kitchen (including gas cooker, electric fridge, toaster, sink with hot and cold water), dining area and shower room with power shower, flushing toilet and sink. The log cabin facilities are occasionally used by us and shared with the guests staying in our other smaller yurt about 30m away but screened by trees/bushes and with its own seating area, fire pit etc. The smaller yurt accommodates four more guests, and is available if you would like to have a larger group come to stay. Exclusive use of the cabin facilities (or the whole site) is possible if you want complete privacy. There would be extra costs associated with arranging this. Please see https://www.homeaway.co.uk/p1847835 and contact us for further information. In keeping with the ethos of our home, we have tried to use reclaimed/recycled/up cycled materials wherever possible. There are standard electrical sockets in the yurt including USB charging points and low energy lighting there and in the bathroom/kitchen which all run off renewable energy sources. So by staying in Ty Crwn Mawr you will be doing your bit to reduce pollution and carbon emissions. If you need assistance with anything just ask. We are here to help and glad to do so. :-)

Bluebell 4

Brymbo, Clwyd, Wales

Bluebell From £364 Availability

Bluebell is a stunning wooden lodge, surrounded by an acre of gardens, in the village of Ffrith near Brymbo. The property has two bedrooms; a master king-size double with Jack-and-Jill bathroom access and a twin, sleeping four. There is also a bathroom with shower over bath and an open-plan living room with kitchen, dining and sitting area with woodburning stove. Outside there is off-road parking and over an acre of wild gardens to explore. Bluebell is a stunning property in a tranquil location.

Cilan Lodge 2

Llandrillo , Clwyd, Wales

Cilan Lodge From £392 Availability

Cilan Lodge is a lovely modern lodge situated in Llandrillo, Wales. Inside, the property has a studio-style accommodation, hosting an open-plan living room with a kitchen, dining area and sitting area with one king-sized bed and a sofa bed, sleeping up to four guests. Outside has a small courtyard patio area with furniture and a hot tub, as well as off-road parking for one car. Cilan Lodge is a wonderful choice for a rural break to the heart of Wales.

Cosy And Unique Shepherds Hut 2

Llanarmon Yn Ial, Clwyd, Wales

Cosy And Unique Shepherds Hut From £350 Availability

Talking Trees is a beautiful and cosy Shepherds Hut. It is based within the owners grounds but is privately gated. It will accommodate two people. Along with the hut comes a large private grassed/wooded area. There is a fire pit, barbecue and garden furniture in your own space. The hut has a real toilet and a small wash sink with cold water. There is a microwave and mini fridge. The hut has a comfortable bed and a number of cooking utensils also plates, glasses etc. There is a hot water gas camping shower set up outside with a sheltered wooden screen. There is also a gorgeous little caravan in the garden with gas stove and cooker, and kitchen sink. The caravan also has a hot water and a shower (takes 15 mins to heat). The hut is situated near numerous country walks and is in an area of outstanding natural beauty being close to Moel Famau (5 min drive) and not far from the coast. This is a great hut for those that enjoy camping, nature, walking, biking and good food. The hut is a ten minute walk to a friendly little pub (closed on a Monday) which has an excellent menu and a twenty minute walk to a village shop. This is an ideal stay to unwind and enjoy the sound of nature, to watch the bats stir at twilight and listen to the owls at sunset. We look forward to greeting you, then leaving you to enjoy your own space. We are always just a text away to help with any questions. If you enjoy the super natural and ghost hunting, this is the ideal place. Our resident and friendly ghost (The Miner) can often be seen walking the lanes and fields carrying his lantern. Fire up the barbaque, turn up the music and enjoy your own piece of the country. Pets are unfortunately not allowed as we have two beautiful and friendly bullmastiff who like there own space.

Fallows 4

St Asaph, Clwyd, Wales

Fallows From £397 Availability

Fallows is a fantastic, detached log cabin, situated on a development of six cabins surrounded by woodland near St Asaph in Denbighshire. The cabin is set over a single storey with ramped, wheelchair access available, and offers a double bedroom with an en-suite shower room, a twin room, and a family bathroom. There is an open plan living area featuring a well-equipped kitchen, a dining area, and a sitting area with a woodburning stove. Outside, there is an enclosed, decked veranda with a hot tub and furniture, shared woodland play areas and lawns, and off road parking for two cars. Fallows is a fabulous base for discovering the delights of Denbighshire, all year round.

Meadow Lodge 4

Corwen, Clwyd, Wales

Meadow Lodge From £392 Availability

Offering spectacular countryside views and a contemporary base from which to explore North Wales, Meadow Lodge is the perfect choice for couples, a group or family of four seeking an idyllic escape. Resting above the modest village of Maerdy close to Corwen, this all-ground-floor lodge is sure to be an abode you'll want to return to. After parking up in the Welsh slate car park, take a stroll down the pathway to discover your own private property and open up the bi-fold door to reveal a beautiful studio layout. Take a seat on the corner sofa, conveniently doubling up as a double bed, and watch the sunset as you toast to a wonderful stay in Wales. Carry your conversation over to the dining area whilst your home-made meal simmers on the hob in the kitchen area, which has all the essential appliances and equipment you'll need to cook up a storm. In the Summer months make the most of the magnificent scenery by sitting out on the decking area with your loved ones to enjoy an alfresco meal. When it comes time to call it a night, take your pick from the sofa bed or the king-size bed, both offering a snug spot to rest each evening. The lodge also benefits from a contemporary-styled shower room with WC and hand basin. After a fun-filled and busy day, take a soak in the private hot tub, a truly relaxing experience and the perfect way to appreciate your idyllic surroundings. The local village of Maerdy offers a welcoming pub serving food, perfect after a day of exploring. Alternatively, make your way into the nearby market town of Corwen, sitting in the Clwydian Range and Dee Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. This scenic market town offers a wide range of amenities from pubs and shops to a leisure centre and trim trail, making it well-worth a visit. The historic town of Bala is close by and offers wonderful golfing opportunities, the Bala Lake Railway steam train, as well as, access to Snowdonia National Park, where you can embark on another train journey on the Snowdon Mountain Railway, which takes you to the summit of Wales's highest mountain and where you can experience unbelievable vistas across the sea to Ireland on a clear day! Lying close to the English border, the medieval walled town of Chester is within driving distance too, as well as Llanduduno, Ruthin and Mold offering their own exciting attractions to suit all tastes. Choose Meadow Lodge for a countryside escape to Wales. Note: This property can be booked with property 1053186 and 1053193, together sleeping 10 guests.

The Bungalow 4

Llandrillo , Clwyd, Wales

The Bungalow From £338 Availability

The Bungalow is a semi-detached property resting on within the village of Llandrillo. It comes with two bedrooms comprising of a double bedroom and a twin bedroom, together sleeping up to four people and served by a shower room. Completing the interior is an open-plan living room with kitchen, dining area and sitting area. Outside, there is off-road parking for two cars and a raised decked area with furniture. The Bungalow is a superb base for exploring this area of North Wales.

The Red 3

St Asaph, Clwyd, Wales

The Red From £359 Availability

The Red is a superbly-presented, single-storey, detached log cabin with hot tub, situated on a small development made up of six lodges in a semi-rural location near the city of St Asaph and can sleep three people. There is a super king-size bedroom with an en-suite bathroom, a shower room, an open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with a double sofa bed and woodburner. Outside there is guaranteed off road parking for one car in the shared car park, a decked veranda with hot tub, furniture and a barbecue and shared lawns and woodland play areas. The Red is a wonderful, relaxing base for your well-deserved holiday.