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15 properties found
Caerwys, North Wales

The Dairy Barn

211

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£357 - £663

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Abergele (4mls S), North Wales

Stabal Bodran

211

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7 nights

£486 - £831

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Abergele (4mls S), North Wales

Cwt Bach

211

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7 nights

£498 - £811

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Caerwys (1.5mls NW), North Wales

Stonestep Cottage

422

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7 nights

£537 - £941

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St Asaph, North Wales

Llanelwy Retreat

4211

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7 nights

£516 - £1,155

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Abergele (4mls S), North Wales

Ty Isa

421

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7 nights

£619 - £1,419

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Kinmel Bay, North Wales

The Hidden Garden

4211

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7 nights

£622 - £1,445

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Denbigh (5 mls N), North Wales

Bwthyn Beci

422

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7 nights

£659 - £1,177

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Caerwys, North Wales

The Old Ship'pon

421

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7 nights

£489 - £738

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Abergele (4mls S), North Wales

Cartrefle

8422

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7 nights

£899 - £2,555

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Denbigh (5.5mls NW), North Wales

Ty Nain

8423

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7 nights

£826 - £2,303

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Denbigh (5.5mls NW), North Wales

Ty Ucha

8453

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7 nights

£1,081 - £3,674

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Cottages in St Asaph

Lying between Denbigh and the coastal town of Rhyl, St Asaph is one of Britain’s smallest cities and centres around its impressive historic cathedral, with the surrounding area offering peaceful mountain and moorland walking trails aplenty to explore before retreating to a traditional holiday cottage. Impeccably placed in Denbighshire to sink your teeth into the countryside, nearby coastline and renowned heritage of the local area, St Asaph is the perfect destination to escape to with some wonderful self-catering accommodation for a romantic break or a memorable family holiday. The dog-friendly cathedral that dominates St Asaph is said to be the oldest in Britain, standing upon the historic warpaths of the Welsh princes, retaining the ancient ambience and rich heritage this quiet, secluded area has to offer. 

A family holiday or romantic getaway to St Asaph would not be complete without visiting the iconic St Asaph Cathedral to admire the architecture and stained glass that make up this ancient building, which also plays host to the North Wales International Music Festival each September. For a traditional bucket and spade seaside adventure, you only have to travel 8 miles to reach the picturesque North Wales coastline; Pensarn Beach in Abergele is a must, offering miles of golden sand. From Pensarn Beach, join up with Wales Coast Path and follow the coastline by foot or hop onto the National Cycle Route 5 passing the village to explore the area on two wheels. Begin your timeless adventure by browsing our St Asaph holiday cottages above or take a look at our full collection of Denbighshire cottages.