Cefn Ceiriog


Child friendly cottages with stunning views, in rural Wales.

  • roomUnits 2
  • person Sleeps 1 - 8
  • bed Bedrooms 1 - 3
  • petPets No
  • mobilityMobility No
  • Babies
  • Toddlers
  • Older Kids
  • Teens
From £546/week
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The two contemporary cottages at Cefn Ceiriog offer the perfect reason to escape to the hills and enjoy the simple pleasures of abundant space, fresh air and stunning views. The perfectly equipped cottages have all you need for year round breaks, including cosy wood-burners for winter months to picnic tables for al fresco dining. Enjoy meeting the animals, take a stroll, book a local day out. The indoor games is a perfect place to while away some time for all ages.

About this place

Best bits

  • Set in 18 acres of fields and woodland with stunning views down the beautiful Ceiriog Valley, Cefn Ceiriog offers stylish, cosy and comfortable accommodation for all the family.
  • The old Stables offers a communal, covered area with table tennis, table football and children's games.
  • Our eco friendly accommodation is set in fields and woods that are home to our hens, goats, Shetland ponies and a wonderful array of wildlife.

Top tips

  • Pack your wellies, walking boots and bikes to explore the glorious local scenery.
  • Plan for day trips out to the mountains, the sea or even to the cities of Manchester or Liverpool.
  • Book in advance to try tasty local produce at family friendly pubs, cafes and restaurants.

Plan your stay

What are the facilities like? Where can you eat? What can you do?

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Location & local area

About the owners

Mai & Richard

Cefn Ceiriog is home to us, our children, our grandchildren and quite a few animals. We fell in love with the beautiful Ceiriog Valley over twenty years ago and made Cefn Ceiriog our family home. Our conversion of the barn and the stables has allowed us to share our hillside home with guests from all around the world. We also share it with a dog, a cluck of chickens, a couple of adorable Shetland ponies and a few goats, as well as the most glorious dawn chorus you are ever likely to hear. Back in 1923 the Ceiriog Valley was due to be flooded as a reservoir and was only saved by the intercession of the prime minister, Lloyd George. He described the valley as "a little piece of heaven on earth." We agree, and we feel sure you will too.

Owner recommendations

  • Our children and grand children love having a ride on the steam train up the beautiful vale of Llangollen, just over the hill from us - and sometimes Thomas the Tank Engine even pays a visit!

  • We love visiting the local market town of Oswestry and dropping in for a coffee and a browse in Booka, an award winning independent bookshop, with a great range of children's books.  Also in Oswestry is Kinokulture, our comfortable, friendly and quirky community cinema.

  • Animal lovers will find fascinating encounters at the wonderful Chester Zoo, while just up the road children of all ages love meeting the animals close up for petting and feeding at Park Hall Farm.

  • The Ceiriog Trail is a wonderful walking trail that takes you all around our beautiful valley and can be tried as a major hike or in little expeditions.

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