View Self-Catering Holiday Cottages in Denbighshire

Book holiday cottages in Denbighshire, a county in North Wales with a rich, fascinating history and a diverse landscape featuring rolling hills, a stunning coastline, and picturesque valleys bordering the counties of Conwy, Flintshire, and Wrexham. The county is home to several market towns, including Denbigh, Ruthin, and Llangollen, each with unique charm and character. These towns offer a range of attractions and activities, including historic buildings, museums, and outdoor pursuits, as well as a choice of charming holiday homes.

A 2-storey barn conversion overlooks a paved courtyard and open countryside in North Wales.
Sleeps
8
Bedrooms
4

Discover The Stables at Cae Gwyn, a remote Denbighshire farm cottage boasting original features and breathtaking views. This large holiday cottage with a hot tub offers four bedrooms, ample parking, and charming living spaces, including a games room and snug. With nearby attractions like Ruthin and Llangollen, it's the perfect base for exploring North Wales. View the full description for an unforgettable getaway.

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Sleeps
12
Bedrooms
5

Sitting on the edge of the village of Carrog near Corwen in Denbighshire, The Mill House is a lovingly maintained Edwardian farmhouse overlooking the River Dee. This pet-friendly five-bedroom home is ideal for a large group or family trips to Snowdonia.

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A double-fronted 2-storey house with a large lawn in a moorland location
Sleeps
14
Bedrooms
4

A large, detached and comfortably furnished holiday cottage in Denbighshire, The Farm House in Llantysilio sleeps 14. It is a pet-friendly holiday home in a rural location beneath the Maersyrchen Mountain near Llangollen. It sleeps 14 guests and is perfect for walking and family holidays.

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A double-fronted stone cottage  with a hedged-in lawn to the front and a gated driveway for cars.
Sleeps
4
Bedrooms
2

Pen-Y-Parc is a delightful 18th-century stone-built rural cottage offering the delights of the countryside and the coast. Situated in peaceful Gwaenysgor in North Wales and Snowdonia, the homely cottage provides seclusion, rural charm, delightful gardens, and views of the surrounding hills.

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Exterior of a long, stone built Derbyshire holiday cottage overlooking a garden with mature tree.
Sleeps
11
Bedrooms
5

Abbey Cottage is a spacious Grade II listed 13th-century cottage whose grounds host the rustic ruins of Denbigh Friary. Set in Denbigh in North Wales, the pet-friendly cottage offers access to Snowdonia, an acre of grounds, an open fire and a successful blend of modern style and tradition.

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Exterior of a large L-shaped stone farm house overlooking a large courtyard parking area.
Sleeps
12
Bedrooms
5

One of two wonderfully refurbished farm cottages near the rural village of Clawddnewydd in Clwyd, Maestyddyn Farm House (Maes for short) makes an ideal holiday base for large families and groups in North Wales. This large pet-friendly cottage features a shared games room, hot tub, sauna, and five stylish bedrooms each with TVs and en-suite.

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Sleeps
10
Bedrooms
5

A large luxury holiday cottage in Denbighshire, The Beeches is located near the centre of Llangollen. Its proximity to the River Dee suggests packing a picnic basket of crackers and wine to relax by the river bank on sunny days. This beautifully furnished 5-bedroom dog-friendly cottage sleeps 10.

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Sleeps
6
Bedrooms
3

Tranquillity is assured at Hay Store, a rural holiday cottage with a hot tub in North Wales surrounded by countryside in Corwen, situated just moments from Snowdonia. The pet-friendly cottage offers spacious, furnished grounds, reminders of yesteryear, tiled floors, contemporary comfort and fresh, clean air.

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Sleeps
19
Bedrooms
8

Richmond Hall is a grand, luxurious rural cottage with a heated swimming pool set among gorgeous grounds in St Asaph, North Wales. Guest amenities include a gym, sauna, games room, all-weather tennis court, luxury décor, traditional charm, a glass summerhouse, and easy access to lovely St Asaph.

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There are plenty of activities and attractions for visitors on self-catering holidays in Denbighshire to enjoy during their holiday. Here are some options:

 

1. Walk in the Clwydian Range Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

This stunning area is known for its rolling hills, scenic trails, and beautiful views. It's an excellent place for hiking, cycling, and enjoying the great outdoors.

 

2. Explore the historic market town of Denbigh

This medieval town has a rich history and is home to several historic buildings, including Denbigh Castle and St. Marcella's Church. Visitors can take a walking tour to learn more about its fascinating past.

 

3. Visit the seaside town of Rhyl

Rhyl is a popular, traditional resort town with a long sandy beach, amusement arcades, and a seafront promenade. It's a great place for a day out with the family. Take the kids to the Rhyl Sun Centre, a fabulous waterpark with lagoon pools and slides.

 

4. Try wildlife watching

The county has several nature reserves where visitors can see a variety of wildlife, including the Loggerheads Country Park and the Ruthin Gaol Wildlife Trail.

 

5. Go Boating the Llangollen Canal

This picturesque Llangollen canal runs through Denbighshire and is an excellent place for a scenic walk or boat ride. Visitors can also take a trip on the Llangollen Steam Railway, which runs alongside the canal. Llangollen is also the proud home of the International Music Eisteddfod, always drawing in singers and dancers worldwide. For classic car lovers, a couple of hours at the Llangollen Motor Museum is a treat, especially with a refreshing pint at the Corn Mill overlooking the water.

 

6. Discover local attractions

Denbighshire has several other attractions, such as the Ruthin Craft Centre, the Dyserth Waterfall, and the Bodnant Gardens.

 

7. Taste the local food and drink

Denbighshire also has a rich culinary scene, with plenty of local produce, including Welsh lamb, seafood, and locally brewed ales. Visitors can enjoy traditional Welsh dishes in the county's cafes and restaurants, such as Cawl (a hearty soup) and Welsh cakes.

 

Overall, Denbighshire is a great destination for those who love the outdoors, history, and Welsh culture. There are plenty of activities and attractions to keep visitors entertained throughout their holiday.