Hyfrydle House is a large 3 bedroomed property located just off the main street in Mold - just a short 10 minute walk from shops and restaurants. Sleeping 5 in two twin rooms (possible to have one as a superking) and a single room with two bathrooms and equipped with everything needed to make your stay comfortable - be it for 2 nights, 2 weeks or 2 months.
Decorated with modern and traditional touched. On the ground floor is a TV lounge (seating 6), a separate dining room (seating 6) with french doors that lead out onto a rear gravelled and decked area complete with a table and bench for sitting and enjoying a coffee and read of the paper. The property also offers a downstairs WC, a fully equipped kitchen with cooker and hob, kettle, microwave, toaster, Washing machine and dryer, fridge and freezer, iron and ironing board. Upstairs there is a large family bathroom with bath and electric shower, two twin rooms and one single.
Unlimited - fully encrypted wifi is available throughout the property and Amazon video, Netflix, Now TV, Sky cinema and normal terrestrial Tv is available for your entertainment. Charging points are situated throughout the property and supply and industry standard 5v USB charge suitable for Apple and Android devices which avoids using up all the mains sockets with chargers. - There are also dedicated charging shelves available.
There is parking available for one car next to the property with further parking offered within a minutes walk. Up to 2 well behaved dogs are welcome to join you free of charge.
This spacious and comfortable detached house is ideally located for Families, couples and business travellers. Its an ideal base for those who want to explore the local area , Loggerheads Country park is only 3 miles away. Lidl, Aldi & McDonalds are all on the doorstep.
Stroll around the town centre and you’ll find a colourful retail mix of individual boutiques and high street shops within the peaceful haven of the Town Park, an idyllic place for a picnic during the summer. And when in need of some refreshment, dining out here can be as adventurous as you’d like it to be. The town centre offers the world on a plate with traditional, Italian, Malaysian, Indian and Chinese restaurants. A little further from the centre of town and visitors can bask in the welcoming glow of an atmospheric old inn, redolent of days gone by. Visitors can soak up even more of the town’s eventful history by discovering the architectural gems, including lasting examples of Tudor and Stuart ornamentation and evidence of how the industrial revolution in the 18th and 19th centuries contributed to the town’s growth. There is now a conservation area with modern shops and cafés nestled in and around the older style buildings that give the town its unusual blend of traditional and contemporary. There’s also a wide programme at the famous Clwyd Theatre and the town usually holds its Bailey Hill festival in the summer, transforming the top of the High Street into the venue for an afternoon of great live music and family activities. On September 19th-20th, Mold consolidates its foodie credentials with its food festival. Now in its 10th year it offers famous chefs, children’s entertainment, music, exhibitors and more.
Also ideal for Medical Staff, Contractors, Lecturers etc during the week and parents / grandparents of students at Wrexham university or the local agricultural colleges etc. It’s close to all established service providers including the local street market that operates every Wednesday and Saturday, small independent traders also are located in the high street and surrounding areas.
There is a fabulous pub / restaurant a short walk or drive away called the Glasfryn, in one direction the civic /council areas) and umpteen small businesses in the other direction.