At a glance
Resting in the quaint village of Cynwyd and surrounded by the majestic landscape of the Berwyn Mountains are these four elegantly-appointed apartment properties. Together sleeping up to 18 people, the apartments are ideal for large groups of couples, families and friends to come together to celebrate a special occasion or to explore the vast array of attractions and activities within the area, including the beauty of the Snowdonia National Park resting just a few miles away. One of the apartments can be found above The Blue Lion pub, whilst the three other apartments are located together within a converted pub, situated just a stone’s throw away. Each apartment enjoys a sleek interior design and boasts everything you could need for a self-catered stay, including fully-equipped kitchens and spacious sitting rooms with TVs. Apartments 2 & 3 come with wonderful enclosed garden, where you can come together to pop open a bottle of fizz, dine alfresco or unwind by dipping into the bubbling hot tubs. Alternatively, gather within the shared beer garden of the pub to soak up the countryside air with a glass of something chilled in hand. For the evenings where you do not feel like cooking, be sure to book a table at The Blue Lion pub, serving excellent food and a range of beverages to suit all; the village also has a well-stocked convenience shop, so that you can pick up any essentials without having to travel too far. Familiarise yourself in the surroundings by discovering Moel Ty Uchaf, a collection of 41 stone circles or venture towards the Iron Age hillfort of Caer Drewyn for a taste of the local history. Days out can be spent in the nearby town of Llangollen, where you will find a larger selection of amenities, as well as attractions including the ruins of Castell Dinas Brân, the scenic Horseshoe Falls and the heritage railway line for easy access through the beautiful Dee Valley AONB. For those feeling adventurous, National Cycle Route passes close by or travel to Bala Lake, where you will find a range of watersport activities or try your hand at fishing on the River Dee. Alternatively, travel further afield to the Snowdonia National Park, home to a range of hiking opportunities, including climbing to the highest mountain in Wales or brush up on the local history further by visiting the National Trust properties of Erddig and Chirk Castle. Cynwyd Apartments promise to be that action-packed break that you have been seeking.
Enjoying a central position within the Welsh village of Cynwyd and surrounded by the majestic beauty of the Berwyn Mountains is this apartment property, converted from an old pub.
The apartment is ideal for couples or groups of friends seeking a base to explore this wonderful part of Wales, situated just a few miles away from the Snowdonia National Park.
Enter into the contemporary dwelling and be welcomed into the galley-style kitchen, where a range of quality appliances within a sleek assortment, inviting the chef of the group to cater some delicious meals.
The sitting room is a spacious spot, ideal for hosting sociable evenings with a large L-shape sofa placed in front of a 55” TV and large patio doors provides views over the village.
Retire of an evening to one of the two king-size bedrooms with walk-in shower room, both enjoying plush furnishings and elegant linens, creating tranquil spots for catching your rest after an action-packed day.
Continuing to impress is the rear garden, where you can flick on the patio heater in the evening and enjoy a spot of alfresco dining, before dipping into the hot tub, savouring a moment of relaxation under the stars.
Promising a wonderful retreat all year around is this super apartment.
Note: This property can be booked with Refs. 1052069, 1052083 and 1007038, together sleeping 18 people.
About the location
Bala 12 miles; Llangollen 12 miles.
The small village of Cynwyd lies in the Upper Dee Valley, close to the banks of the famous River Dee. Situated in the foothills of the scenic Berwyn Mountains, the village has a picturesque waterfall and a beautiful arched bridge over the river. Cynwyd boasts a shop and two pubs and has its own thriving Ramblers Association providing wonderful walking in the surrounding hills and mountains. The National Cycle Route passes close by, while excellent fishing and canoeing can be enjoyed on the River Dee. Nearby Llangollen offers a good range of shops, pubs and eateries and is internationally famous for its annual, musical Eisteddfod and exciting white water rafting opportunities. Take a steam train through the picturesque Dee Valley, visit the National Trust properties at Erddig or Chirk Castle, or explore beautiful Lakes Bala and Vyrnwy and the Snowdonia National Park. A fabulous location at any time of year!