Set in the heart of the beautiful North Wales countryside Bryn Dreiniog Luxury North Wales Cottages are nestled in a stunning, elevated and secluded position on the edge of the Clocaenog forest with breath taking views over the Aran, Berwyn and Cadair Idris mountain ranges.
Our central location makes it a fantastic place for experiencing Welsh culture at a local and regional level with easy access to all the important aspects of Welsh Culture and Heritage.
North Wales has the Snowdonia National Park, three Areas of Outstanding Beauty: Anglesey, Clwydian Range and Lleyn Peninsula and 30 National Nature Reserves. It is also home to two UNESCO World Heritage sites: The Pontcysyllyte Aqueduct and canal and collectively the Edwardian castles and town walls at Caernarfon Beaumaris, Conwy and Harlech.
In addition to these castles there are other mediaeval castles in Criccieth, Dolbadarn, and Dolwyddelan. North Wales also shares with Mid Wales the distinction of hosting the only UNESCO Biosphere reserve in Wales: The Dyfi Biosphere.
Locally we have many areas of interest: Ffynnon Sarah (Sacred well), Dinas Melin-y-Wig (Hillfort) and the Celtic Cross located at the old Church in Derwen.
For all your Welsh Cultural and Heritage plans and requirements please contact Jane who will be delighted to assist in helping you with your holiday arrangements.
Photo by Eirian Evans.
Llangollen International Music Festival
Conwy Castle - walk around the castle walls, visit the smallest house in Wales and so some shopping.
Ruthin Gaol - 1802-1916