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Ceiriog Valley Apartments is part of our Daisy Door Cottage Style Collection, nestling peacefully in the picturesque Glyn Ceiriog Valley and just a short drive from the market town of Llangollen.
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Clwydian View at ParcFarm is part of our exclusive Bouja Luxury Boutique Breaks Collection.
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Herons Lake Retreat

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Nestling in breathtaking conservation countryside close to the quaint village of Caerwys, these stylish lodges boast individual charm and luxurious hot tubs – perfect for relaxing and exploring this fantastic North Wales area.
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Lying peacefully in the Clwydian Hills midway between the beautiful town of Llangollen and traditional market towns of Mold and Ruthin, Parc Farm Holiday park is the perfect place for blissful escapes, rural retreats and thrilling adventures with friends and family.
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Penvale Lakes Lodges is part of our Evermore Lodge Holidays Collection, beautifully tucked away in a secluded 33-acre valley on the edge of the picturesque riverside town of Llangollen.
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Welcome to Plas Isaf, a tranquil lodge retreat nestled in the heart of North Wales’ stunning countryside, just outside the charming village of Caerwys.
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Plassey Leisure Park

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When it comes to outstanding accommodation and five-star leisure facilities, look no further than Plassey Holiday Park, Retail Village and Golf Course.
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Sandy Beaches, children’s clubs and a tropical indoor heated pool, what more could you want, Talacre Beach offers a great British holiday so grab your bucket and spade and visit the glorious North Wales coast.
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Denbighshire Visitor's Guide

Embark on a journey to Denbighshire, where Welsh charm meets breathtaking landscapes. This county boasts a tapestry of rolling hills, quaint market towns, and adrenaline-pumping activities like white-water rafting at Llangollen. Foodies will revel in local Welsh cheeses and ales, while hikers explore the Clwydian Range, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Denbighshire is home to the oldest known dated townhouse in Wales, Plas Mawr in Conwy. Seeking a romantic escape, family fun, or a mates' retreat? Opt for a cosy lodge or cabin stay to fully immerse yourself in the serene Denbighshire countryside. Discover, unwind, and create memories here.

Why Take Your 2024 Lodge Break in Denbighshire?

Denbighshire is a gem in the Welsh crown, offering a mix of rolling hills, historic towns, and a slice of the picturesque Welsh coastline. It's not just about the scenery; there's a vibrant cultural scene too. In 2024, the county is buzzing with events, including the Denbigh and Flint Show, a showcase of local agriculture, food, and crafts. Lodges offer a personal, homely base, a contrast to the sometimes impersonal hotel experience. They're tucked away in serene spots, offering privacy and a connection with nature. Denbighshire's unique draw is its blend of outdoor adventure, cultural experiences, and the chance to unwind in secluded luxury.

If you're visiting Denbighshire with kids

Absolutely, Denbighshire is a playground for children. They can explore castles like Rhuddlan or get hands-on at the Greenfield Valley Heritage Park. The lodges provide a flexible living space, perfect for families needing room to breathe and a place to stash all those holiday treasures kids seem to collect.

  1. Comfortable walking shoes for exploring
  2. Swimwear for the beach or pool days
  3. Layers for unpredictable Welsh weather
  4. Binoculars for bird watching at nature reserves
  5. A backpack for each child for day trips
  6. Beach toys for the sandy stretches along the coast
  7. Any favourite snacks or comfort items
  8. Travel games or books for quiet evenings in the lodge

Pet Friendly Denbighshire Adventures

Denbighshire rolls out the welcome mat for pets, with many lodges offering enclosed gardens for your furry friends to enjoy. Check out The Plough Inn at Llandegla or The Three Pigeons Inn in Graigfechan, both of which welcome pets with open arms. When booking, look for lodges with outdoor space, and remember to pack a doggy towel for those inevitable wet walks!

Dog walking ideas in Denbighshire

Route Distance (miles) Scenery Postcode
Clwydian Range Various Hills and Heather LL15 1NA
Llangollen Canal Walk Up to 4.5 Canal and Countryside LL20 8TA
Prestatyn Beach 2.5 Seaside LL19 7LG
Loggerheads Country Park 1.5 Woodland and River CH7 5LH
Moel Famau Various Summit Views LL15 1SL

Romantic Breaks for Couples

Denbighshire is a fantastic choice for couples looking for a romantic getaway. Picture yourselves unwinding in a cosy lodge, perhaps with a hot tub under the stars – it's the perfect setting to reconnect. Many lodges in Denbighshire cater to couples with pamper packs that include things like champagne, chocolates, and bathrobes. For an extra touch of luxury, some lodges even offer spa experiences on-site or at nearby facilities, ensuring relaxation is at the heart of your stay.

When it comes to dining, you're spoilt for choice. Many lodges offer intimate dining experiences, with some providing private chefs to cook up a storm right in your accommodation. If you prefer to venture out, there are plenty of romantic restaurants where you can enjoy a candlelit meal together.

Local Cuisine and Dining Experiences

Denbighshire's local cuisine is a blend of traditional Welsh fare and contemporary gastronomy. Be sure to try the Welsh rarebit or a hearty cawl, which is a local soup or stew. For a memorable dining experience, The Three Pigeons Inn offers a cosy atmosphere and delicious meals that will satisfy any palate. Families will love The Plough St Asaph, known for its welcoming vibe and menu that caters to all ages. Couples should consider On the Hill, a quaint restaurant in Ruthin that's perfect for a romantic evening out, serving up locally sourced dishes with a modern twist.

For a good night out

Denbighshire's nightlife may not rival that of a big city, but it has a charm all its own. For a laid-back evening, check out The Griffin, a pub that's often praised for its friendly staff and great selection of drinks. If you're after live music, The Golden Lion is the place to be, with regular gigs that bring the local scene to life. And for those who fancy a bit of variety, Rhyl offers a range of bars and clubs where you can dance the night away.

Fishing

Anglers will find Denbighshire to be a delightful spot for fishing, with several lakes and rivers teeming with various species. Here's a list of some prime fishing locations:

  • Llyn Brenig - Known for its trout fishing | LL21 9TT
  • River Dee - Offers salmon and sea trout fishing | LL15
  • Clocaenog Forest - Home to several small lakes with wild brown trout | LL21 0TE
  • Llyn Aled - A reservoir with pike and perch | LL22 8BG
  • Llyn Alwen - Stocked with rainbow trout | LL21 9TT

Outdoor Adventures

For those who love the great outdoors, Denbighshire is a treasure trove of activities. One Planet Adventure Llandegla offers mountain biking trails for all skill levels, with bike hire starting around £30. North Wales Kitesurfing at Rhyl Beach provides exhilarating watersports, with lessons and equipment hire available. Don't miss out on the high ropes at Loggerheads Country Park, where you can challenge yourself and enjoy the stunning scenery. These centres are generally open year-round, but it's best to check ahead for seasonal hours and prices.

Shopping and Souvenirs

Name Type On Offer Postcode
Ruthin Craft Centre Art & Crafts Handmade gifts, workshops LL15 1BB
Tweedmill Shopping Outlet Outlet Store Designer goods, local produce LL17 0UY
Llangollen Market Traditional Market Local crafts, food LL20 8PW
White Rose Centre Shopping Centre High street brands, eateries LL18 1EW
Bodnant Welsh Food Centre Specialty Shop Welsh delicacies, cooking school LL28 5RP

Whether you're seeking a romantic retreat, a family-friendly dining spot, a lively night out, excellent fishing, outdoor thrills, or unique shopping experiences, Denbighshire's lodges offer the perfect base to explore and enjoy all these and more.


Top lodge breaks for 2024 in Denbighshire

Plas Isaf Lodge Retreat, Denbighshire

Driving Distance: About 8 minutes (5.27 miles) | Sleeps: Up to 8 | Pet friendly? Yes

What to expect: Plas Isaf Lodge Retreat is a serene sanctuary offering a picturesque setting in North Wales, complete with conservation views, private decking, and a selection of lodges with luxurious hot tubs. The retreat is a haven for relaxation and countryside exploration, accommodating various group sizes and welcoming up to two pets in selected units.

Who will love these lodges? Plas Isaf is a versatile retreat, ideal for families, couples, and groups of friends. It's especially appealing to nature lovers and those seeking a peaceful escape. The pet-friendly options make it a hit with animal lovers, while the stylish lodges with modern amenities ensure a comfortable stay for everyone.

What can you do here? Anything onsite? While the lodges themselves offer a tranquil escape, guests can venture out to nearby Caerwys for dining and drinks. Although there are no entertainment facilities on-site, the surrounding area is rich in natural beauty, perfect for outdoor activities.

What's nearby? Snowdonia National Park is within reach, offering hiking, historic castles, and beaches. Golf enthusiasts can enjoy world-class courses nearby. Attractions are varied in cost, but the natural splendour is free to enjoy, with most sites accessible within a short drive.

Accommodation options: Plas Isaf offers a range of lodges from one to four bedrooms, catering to couples, groups, and families. Selected lodges are pet-friendly, allowing you to bring up to two pets along for your stay.


Herons Lake Retreat, Denbighshire

Driving Distance: About 8 minutes (5.27 miles) | Sleeps: Up to 6 | Pet friendly? Yes

What to expect: Herons Lake Retreat offers a blend of style and comfort in its lodges, each boasting individual charm and luxurious hot tubs. Set against the backdrop of conservation countryside near Caerwys, this retreat provides a picturesque base for exploring North Wales.

Who will love these lodges? With its stylish lodges and serene setting, Herons Lake Retreat is perfect for couples seeking a romantic getaway and families looking for a peaceful holiday. The hot tubs add a touch of luxury, making it an ideal choice for those wanting to indulge.

What can you do here? Anything onsite? The retreat is designed for relaxation, with hot tubs overlooking the lake. For dining, guests can explore the local eateries in Caerwys. Outdoor enthusiasts will find plenty of activities in the Clwydian mountains and along the coast.

What's nearby? The retreat is well-placed for visiting traditional coastal resorts like Conway, as well as Snowdonia National Park. Prices for attractions vary, but many offer free exploration opportunities, with most within a reasonable driving distance.

Accommodation options: Herons Lake Retreat provides a selection of lodges and cottages, accommodating up to 6 guests. Many of the accommodations are pet-friendly and feature hot tubs, catering to couples and families alike.


Don't Miss These Fantastic Days Out In Denbighshire

Rhyl SeaQuarium

  • Opening Times: 10:00 - 17:00 daily
  • Prices: Adults £9.50, Children £8.50
  • Postcode: LL18 3AF
  • Est. time required: 2-3 hours
  • Nearest parking: West Kinmel Street Car Park

The Rhyl SeaQuarium sits on the scenic Rhyl seafront and offers an underwater voyage like no other. It's perfect for families and marine enthusiasts eager to explore the wonders of the deep. The SeaQuarium has recently introduced an interactive rock pool experience where you can get hands-on with some of the sea's most fascinating creatures. To avoid crowds, aim for a weekday visit. Pro tip: Check online for combo deals that can save you a bit on admission fees.

Phone number: 01745 344660 | Web: www.seaquarium.co.uk/rhyl.php


Llangollen Railway

  • Opening Times: Varies seasonally, check website
  • Prices: From £16 for adults, £8 for children
  • Postcode: LL20 8SN
  • Est. time required: 1-2 hours for the train ride
  • Nearest parking: Llangollen Station Car Park

All aboard the Llangollen Railway for a nostalgic journey along the Dee Valley. Train enthusiasts and families will love the vintage steam experience. They've recently added dining services on select evenings, so you can enjoy a meal with a view. The best time to visit is during one of their special events, like the Santa Specials or the 1940s weekends. To get the most out of your visit, book your tickets in advance and arrive early to explore the station.

Phone number: 01978 860979 | Web: www.llangollen-railway.co.uk


Denbigh Castle

  • Opening Times: 10:00 - 16:00 daily
  • Prices: Adults £4.20, Under 16s £2.50
  • Postcode: LL16 3NB
  • Est. time required: 1-2 hours
  • Nearest parking: Vale Street Car Park

If you're into epic views and medieval history, Denbigh Castle is your go-to spot. It's a hit with families and photographers, especially with its commanding views over the Vale of Clwyd. They've recently improved their visitor centre, making the castle's rich history even more accessible. The quietest times are weekday mornings. Remember to wear comfy shoes for the climb, and don't forget your camera for those Instagram-worthy castle shots.

Phone number: 01745 813385 | Web: cadw.gov.wales/visit/places-to-visit/denbigh-castle


Bodelwyddan Castle & Park

  • Opening Times: 10:30 - 16:00, closed on Fridays
  • Prices: Adults £7.20, Children £3.40
  • Postcode: LL18 5YA
  • Est. time required: 2-3 hours
  • Nearest parking: On-site

Bodelwyddan Castle & Park is a gem for art lovers and history seekers. The castle boasts a partnership with the National Portrait Gallery and an impressive WW1 trench system. The best time to visit is during one of their many events or workshops. To enhance your visit, make sure to check out their calendar for exhibitions and activities. And if you're staying in one of the lodges in Denbighshire, this attraction is a must-see.

Phone number: 01745 584060 | Web: bodelwyddan-castle.co.uk


Loggerheads Country Park

  • Opening Times: Dawn till dusk
  • Prices: Free, parking charges apply
  • Postcode: CH7 5LH
  • Est. time required: Varies, 1-4 hours
  • Nearest parking: Loggerheads Car Park

Outdoor adventurers and nature buffs will adore Loggerheads Country Park. It's a hotspot for walkers, with trails for all abilities, and the scenery is stunning year-round. They've got a visitor centre that's packed with information on the local wildlife and geology. Early mornings are magical here, especially if you're keen to spot some wildlife. Don't miss the café for a post-walk treat – their cakes are legendary.

Phone number: 01352 810614 | Web: northwaleswildlifetrust.org.uk/nature-reserves/loggerheads-country-park


Moel Famau Country Park

  • Opening Times: 24 hours, but car parks close at dusk
  • Prices: Free, parking charges apply
  • Postcode: CH7 5SH
  • Est. time required: 2-4 hours for a good hike
  • Nearest parking: Moel Famau Car Park

For those who love a good hike with rewarding views, Moel Famau Country Park is the highest peak in the Clwydian Range and a beacon for walkers and cyclists. The park has several well-marked trails leading to the summit, where you'll find the ruins of the Jubilee Tower. The best time for a visit is just before sunset, as the views are spectacular. Wear sturdy boots and bring a windbreaker – it can get breezy at the top!

Phone number: 01352 810614 | Web: denbighshirecountryside.org.uk/moel-famau


Remember, whether you're staying in cosy lodges in Denbighshire or just passing through, these attractions offer something special for everyone. Enjoy your adventures in this beautiful part of Wales!

FAQs

This is our first lodge break, what will it be like?

Expect a cosy retreat with all the comforts of home, plus a few extras like a hot tub or a wood-burning stove. Lodges in Denbighshire offer a serene escape with nature right on your doorstep. It's the perfect balance between rustic living and modern amenities.

What should I pack when visiting Denbighshire?

Pack for the outdoors – walking boots and waterproofs are a must for exploring the countryside. Don't forget swimwear for the hot tub and a camera for capturing the stunning scenery. For evenings, some lodges might have BBQs, so bring along your grilling skills!

Can you park outside the lodge?

Most lodges in Denbighshire have dedicated parking spots nearby. It's super convenient for unloading your gear upon arrival. Just check with your specific lodge beforehand, as parking arrangements can vary.

What if it rains during my lodge break?

Rainy days are a chance to enjoy the indoor perks of your lodge. Think board games, reading nooks, or a dip in your private hot tub. Plus, Denbighshire has charming cafes and attractions like Ruthin Gaol to explore when the weather's not playing ball.

Can I get food delivered to my lodge?

Yes, many local eateries and supermarkets offer delivery services to lodges. For a special treat, check out The Dining Room in Llanrhaeadr for a gourmet meal without leaving your cosy nook.

Is Denbighshire a good place to visit ‘off-season’?

Absolutely! Off-season visits mean fewer crowds and often better deals on lodges. Denbighshire's landscapes are stunning year-round, and local attractions like Llangollen Railway run special events outside peak times.

Will my hot tub be cleaned before we arrive?

Definitely. Hot tubs are thoroughly cleaned and water quality checked between guests. So, you can slip into those bubbles knowing it's all fresh and ready for your relaxation.

Are there any pet-friendly lodges in Denbighshire?

Yes, there are plenty of pet-friendly options. Your furry friends can join in on the adventure, with many lodges offering enclosed outdoor spaces for them to play in. Just make sure to check the pet policy when you book.

What local attractions should we not miss?

Don't miss a walk up Moel Famau for panoramic views, or a visit to the historic Rhuddlan Castle. For a unique experience, the Horseshoe Pass offers breathtaking drives and walks.

How accessible are lodges for those with mobility issues?

Many lodges are designed with accessibility in mind, featuring ramps, wide doorways, and walk-in showers. It's best to discuss your specific needs with the lodge provider to ensure they can accommodate you comfortably.

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