Find My Favourite Holiday Cottages in Flintshire

Why not rent a Flintshire holiday home and explore this picturesque county in the North East of Wales? Flintshire borders England and Cheshire in the East and Wrexham to the South and is often referred to as a 'Gateway to Wales'. Flintshire towns include the market town of Explore fascinating towns such as Mold (great food and drink festival), which is also home to Clwyd Theatr Cymru, a large theatre complex presenting world-class international theatre all year round, often referred to as the National Theatre of North Wales.

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The town of Holywell in Flintshire is known for being the home of St. Winefrides and is considered one of the 'Seven Wonders of Wales'. It has been a popular destination for pilgrims since the 7th century. The County town of Flint is also worth exploring, particularly its 13th-century medieval castle. Visitors seeking more active holidays in Flintshire can enjoy cycling, watersports, horse riding, fishing, and ice skating, all of which are available in the area. Talacre Beach is a great spot for sunbathing and swimming, while the Clwydian Range is perfect for leisurely walks among the heather-covered hills during late summer. For more serious walkers, Offa's Dyke, a 177-mile-long walking trail that stretches from Chepstow to Prestatyn, passes through Flintshire.