A small Welsh town in the north of Wales reputed to be the smallest town in the UK with a Royal Charter, Stay at Caerwys and enjoy a holiday home in peaceful surroundings within an area of outstanding natural beauty, all within easy reach of North Wales's best resorts.
Being back from the coast, Caerwys is often over-looked by holidaymakers giving it an air of tranquillity even in the height of the season. Its proximity to the A55 Expressway makes it perfect for exploring the rest of the resorts along the North Wales Coastline such as Rhyl, Colwyn Bay and Conwy. As well as this, Caerwys is just as attractive with pretty, well kept buildings and beautiful wild walks.
'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
Explore the Welsh culture and visit St Michael’s Church and experience the fine architecture and Roman links that this town holds. Embark on one of Caerwys’ walks and crisscross your way across Northern Wales and witness the beautiful nature that frames this town.Hire a bike and cycle your way through stunning countryside. Families will be equally at home in Caerwys. Days out at the Greenfield Valley Heritage Park, or the Funnybones Soft Indoor Play Centre will keep young ones amused or take them for a dip in Neptune’s Pool and indoor swimming pool perfect for days when the weather isn't right for the beach. However you travel, spending time exploring the region of Caerwys and Flintshire is guaranteed to impress.