Denbighshire is one of the most popular areas to visit in Wales, and a great way to see it is by staying in a cosy and warm holiday cottage. The north coast has sandy beaches, and along the east perimeter, you will find a long stretch of stunning countryside, designated as an ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’. For lovers of history, there are castles and ancient monuments all around, such as Bodelwyddan Castle (fit with a museum!). Visit the Bontnewydd Palaeolithic site, which was home to some of the earliest records of the UK’s Neanderthals. To make the most of Denbighshire’s landscape, go to The Horseshoe Pass mountain; the mesmerizing Horseshoe falls can be found near the historic Llantysilio Hall. There’s also the Victorian resorts of Prestatyn or Rhyl; Rhyl being a particularly good choice if you’re with the kids, because that is where the Rhyl Sun Centre is, with lagoon pools and slides.

7 cottages found 7 match all criteria.

Beach Cottage is a large and family-friendly holiday cottage in Rhyl that sleeps 12 guests in 5 bedrooms. It is also a pet-friendly, luxury holiday home with a pool table, Sky TV, and many other facilities to ensure a happy holiday for families of large groups of friends on the North Wales Coast.

  • Sleeps 12
  • Bedrooms 5
  • Bathrooms 3

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

  • Sleeps 10
  • Bedrooms 5
  • Bathrooms 3

Celyn Cottage is surrounded by lush countryside, near the hamlet of Pentre Celyn, in Denbighshire. This cosy, stone-built countryside holiday cottage sleeps four guests, has a lovely garden and is a stone’s throw from Snowdonia National Park and the sandy beaches of the North Wales coast.

  • Sleeps 4
  • Bedrooms 1
  • Bathrooms 1

A large and luxurious country house in rural surroundings in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty near St. Aseph in Denbighshire. Richmond Halls sleeps 19 in 8 bedrooms (7 en-suite). This holiday home for large groups of friends and families has a private swimming pool, gym, sauna and snooker room.

  • Sleeps 19
  • Bedrooms 8
  • Bathrooms 9

Once an old stone dovecote in Ruthin, now painstakingly restored to as an absolutely charming holiday cottage for couples a lovely romantic retreat in the heart of Denbighshire. Set in the grounds of Springs Spa, guests can enjoy unlimited pampering in the Spa's pool, sauna and steam room.

  • Sleeps 2
  • Bedrooms 1
  • Bathrooms 1

A large, detached and comfortably furnished holiday property 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.

  • Sleeps 14
  • Bedrooms 4
  • Bathrooms 3

Perched atop an inspiring scenic hilltop location in North Wales, the Bryn Howell Stables in Llangollen is a superb, 3-bedroom rural retreat in Denbighshire for 2-6 guests. A remote cottage, this dog-friendly vintage holiday property has been beautifully renovated for family holidays.

  • Sleeps 6
  • Bedrooms 3
  • Bathrooms 2

For a quieter day out, the Welsh Crafts Centre can be for in Ruthin, including its wonderful café, perfect for a leisurely coffee. While in town, explore the Ruthin Gaol, and afterwards, stop for a meal at the Myddelton Grill on the Square. Journey to Llangollen and spend a day lazing in the sun as you float along on a canal boat. Llangollen is also the proud home of the International Music Eisteddfod, always drawing in singers and dancers from all over the world. For any car-lovers, a couple hours at the Llangollen Motor Museum is sure to be a treat – especially if coupled with a cool pint at the Corn Mill, overlooking the water. Other pleasures awaiting the visitors of Denbighshire include picnics in the Loggerheads County Park, donkey rides on the beaches, steam train rides on the Llangollen Railway, and a wide range of thrilling water sports along the North Wales coast.