• Listing Ref: 211

  • Bedrooms: 3

  • Sleeps: 6

  • Golf

  • Hot Tub

  • Pub Nearby

  • WiFi


Mudo Mynydd Lodges

Mudo Mynydd Lodges are exceptional cabins situated on a working smallholding nestled in the gorgeous rural heart of North Wales. The setting of the lodges is truly spectacular, and they boast wonderful panoramic views over unspoilt countryside and the Clwydian Range.

There are plenty of picturesque walks right on the doorstep, and even two award-winning pubs just a short stroll away. This lovely, family run park is an idyllic destination for a romantic rural escape in a tranquil area.

Mudo Mynydd Lodges accommodation

Guests can choose from a small cluster of luxury three bedroom lodges. Newly built in 2015, they boast the ultimate in state of the art fittings and facilities, really making the most of their surroundings and ensuring that guests want for nothing.

A particular highlight, French doors lead onto large, outdoor decking areas, complete with fabulous hot tubs. Lovely and secluded, these sun traps are an idyllic spot for whiling away the hours, enjoying some al fresco drinks or a spot of stargazing on a clear night.

General amenities include: flat screen TV with DVD player and a Wi-Fi connection. There is also a well-equipped kitchen including microwave, fridge/freezer and washer/dryer.

Rent includes bed linen, duvets and towels, as well as gas and electricity.

Please note: No pets. Adults only. All non smoking accommodation.

Mudo Mynydd Lodges surrounding area

These lodges are a real haven for lovers of the great outdoors. Not only are excellent walking and cycling trails accessible right on the doorstep, there is also a wealth of history to discover. Nearby St Asaph’s Cathedral dates back to the 13th century, and is the smallest ancient cathedral in Great Britain. A real must-see. Elsewhere, Bodelwyddan Castle is an impressive historic house set in 260 acres of parkland. With a museum and a formal garden to wander around, it makes for a really great day out. Visitors can even visit practice trenches from World War I.

Meanwhile, to explore the surrounding area on foot, the Mynydd Hiraethog and Denbigh Moors Footpath Network boasts an abundance of trails to suit all abilities. Choose the best route for you, and just let the lovely scenery unfold around you. Slightly further afield, the Coed Shed Circular is a short route through woodland and along picturesque country lanes. You can also discover some local wildlife on the way.

For a bit of organised fun, Mold Golf Club is an impressive, 18-hole course with wonderful views over the Clwyd Hills, Cheshire, and the dramatic skyline of the Peak District. Or Bridlewood Riding Centre offers lessons and experiences for riders of all abilities. What better way to view the beautiful surrounding countryside?

Finally, after an exciting day spent exploring the beautiful Welsh sights, you will be delighted to return to the luxurious seclusion of your fabulous lodge.

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