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.