Tuesday, 24 June 2014

Cae Gwyn

A beautiful evening spent in the Clwydian Range yesterday and a chance to see some new self-catering accommodation being built at Tremeirchion, Cae Gwyn. Once complete they will be bookable through Cottages 4 You and these new facilities will provide flexible accommodation of very high quality. These properties will be of particular interest to walkers who could use it as a base for perhaps a four night holiday exploring the northern section of Offa's Dyke. All this could be linked with a few days on the Wales Coast Path on the Northern Coast or a day or two in the Carneddau. It is a significant investment by the owners Amanda and Thomas Kirkpatrick and this will be a useful addition to the accommodation offer in the area. You can contact Thomas or Amanda by phone on 079 2391 1546.

Cae Gwyn is an impressive country house just to the east of Tremeirchion. Offa's Dyke path rises a few 100 metres behind the house.
Offa's dyke path is within easy walking distance to the east.
Views to the west of Hiraethog and Snowdonia. To the north there is a distant view of the sea.
The village is captivating and there is an interesting church dedicated to Corpus Christi and St Beuno's Well.

There is an intricately carved preaching cross just outside the church.

On the left of the knave there is the impressive 14th century tomb of the priest Dafydd ap Hywel ap Madog.
These two semi detached cottages are called the Creamery and the Forge and will provide flexible accommodation with good sitting out and cooking areas. The two cottages can be combined with an interconnecting staircase to make one unit for 6 people.


The Kitchen and dining area in the Creamery.

This is "the bothy" which is still under conversion but will provide one twin room and a luxury bathroom and a cooking area.

there is a major barbecue installation just waiting to be used

This is the barbecue and sitting out area which contains woodland and a pond in a truly magnificent setting.


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