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27 Borthyn, Ruthin, Denbighshire, LL15 1NT

Description of the cottage holiday

Photos and details for 27 Borthyn in Ruthin and contact information and facilities for 27 Borthyn. A Denbighshire self catering cottage has minimum prices from £241 and this holiday home sleeps 3 persons and is located in Ruthin in the charming county of Denbighshire and has a garden and a television.

Best Features

Sleeps: from 1 to 3

Pets: Yes

Contact Details

Contact Name: Sykes Cottages

Telephone: 01244 746200

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Recommended?   Date of visit: 09/2020
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We stayed here for a month and it felt just like home! A lovely little nineteenth century cottage kitted out with everything you?d want for a break. Two very comfortable bedrooms with lovely mattresses for a great night?s sleep. Good kitchen with everything you?d need and a comfy lounge with wood burning stove.

Sion and Jane were on hand for any problems and very helpful with tips for the local area and even a lovely gift of some welsh cakes when we first arrived.

Private parking takes a real bonus as there is limited street parking.

A quick stroll into Ruthin town centre, with pubs and restaurants nearby as well as takeaways and a park. A really good spot for exploring north wales and even north west England.

Thanks for a lovely break - will be back soon!

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Recommended?   Date of visit: 02/2020
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Excellent cottage clean warm and every thing you needed to make it home from home. Sean was very welcoming and helpful even down to telling us the best place to watch the rugby and where to eat and drink . Would love to go again

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10 of 24 people found this review helpful
Recommended?   Date of visit: 09/2019
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Number 27 Borthyn is a perfect little gem. Beautifully presented and very clean. Ideally located for trips to Rhyl, Bala, and Snowdonia.

We couldn't have asked for anything more, comfy beds, roomy living room, powerful shower and well equipped kitchen. Bonus of plenty of space to park.

Easy walk into Ruthin for a morning walk with the dog and breakfast from the bakery.

Sion and Jane were very welcoming and the neighbours nice to chat to.

Road can be busy during the day but quietens down at night, so not a problem to us.

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Review Added by: Review Added: 25.09.2019
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14 of 32 people found this review helpful
Recommended?   Date of visit: 09/2019
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Clean and well-appointed. Everything you need for a comfortable holiday. Owner could not have been nicer or more helpful and patient. (I had quite a few questions) Good location for visiting Snowdon, Llandudno, Conwy, Llangollen, and Chester. All of which we did. Shop one block away and town about a 10 minuted walk. Note it is uphill going but makes coming home easier.

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Review Added by: Review Added: 11.09.2019
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17 of 28 people found this review helpful
Recommended?   Date of visit: 08/2019
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This little cottage is a gem, clean and tidy with all mod cons, the kitchen is fitted with modern appliances and the bathroom has a fantastic shower with endless hot water. (sounds like an odd thing to point out but many cottages can often feel furnished with secondhand goods.) Ample parking and an outside sun trap perfect for breakfast or evening drinks. The location is ideal for trips in to the mountains or coast or even Liverpool if you fancy a day in the city. Ruthin has plenty to see and do with quirky shops, friendly pubs and loads of takeaways. The we

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Review Added by: Review Added: 05.08.2019
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Recommended?   Date of visit: 06/2019
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27 Borthyn was the perfect base for us to explore beautiful North Wales (the coast and Snowdonia national park). It is comfortable walking distance to Ruthin's pretty town centre. The property is spotless yet cosy (refurbished from top to bottom). We had everything we needed for our stay and the complimentary Barra Brith (Welsh tea cake) was a welcome surprise! We loved our stay here (including the dog!) and would highly recommend.

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Recommended?   Date of visit: 12/2018
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27 Borthyn is a beautiful property and is ideally located for the amenities in Ruthin and the surrounding area. The property has off-street parking at the rear and is within 5 minutes walk of the town centre: shops, restaurants and bars. The hosts, Sion and Jane, are very attentive and are always available to help out. I was based in Ruthin for work and would thoroughly recommend this property to anyone else who may require to stay in the area for similar reasons. It?s an ideal property for holidays and a great base to explore the North Wales countryside.

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Recommended?   Date of visit: 10/2018
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After an horrific experience with another cottage booked with this company to which no satisfactory reply was give (or concession for this property) we were delighted to arrive at this charming,tastefully modernised, sparklingly clean property. Full marks to the owners, Jane & Sion, for their marvellous effort to update this historic building, giving it just the right degree of character alongside up to date facilities. Every aspect has been taken to make this a comfortable, comforting abode, which we were in sore need of, being in Ruthin for the funeral of a dearly loved parent; it eased the pain & we were even able to enjoy a short break in this lovely market town.

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