Why not rent a Flintshire holiday home and explore this picturesque county situated to 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.
'A perfect cottage in a perfect location' - this is a typical comment in our Visitors Book. Gwenoldy is a luxurious rural holiday cottage in Caerwys with two bedrooms, sleeping 4 lovingly converted from an 18th century stone stable and forge.
- Sleeps 4
- Bedrooms 2
- Bathrooms 1
The home of St Winefrides, Holywell, is one of the ‘Seven Wonders of Wales’. Having been a centre for pilgimages since the 7th century, how could you not follow in the tradition and go see it yourself?), The County town of Flint has a 13th-century medieval castle worth exploring. Those seeking a more active holiday will find facilities offering cycling, watersports, riding, fishing and ice skating all within Fklintshire (so no need to worry if it rains on holiday! When the sun does shine, Talacre Beach offers miles of golden sans, of just spend a day of two walking in the Clwydian Range, a gentle range of heather-covered hills, perfect for late summer holidays when in bloom. For more serious walkers, the 177-mile long Offa’s Dyke has a presence in Flintshire as it passes from Chepstow to Prestatyn.