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Famau (Cabin 1)
Entire place · 6 guests · 3 beds · 1 bath

Famau (Cabin 1)Famau Cabins are the perfect retreat for those looking to explore North Wales. Located on a family-run farm, just at the foot of Moel Famau, our cabins are stated in the perfect spot for scenic views and outdoor walks a plenty. Whether you are looking for somewhere in the peace and tranquillity of the North Wales countryside, or are looking for somewhere to tour local Welsh towns, castles, and other attractions; Famau Cabins are the perfect retreat for your Welsh staycation.

Perfect getaway
Entire cottage · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 bath

Perfect getawayNo.3 Station Cottages finished to a high standard Excellent location for access across the North-West WIFI, Netflix and TVs in both Lounge and Bedroom This is a non-smoking property and at present, we are not allowing pets

The Boathouse at the Fisheries, Afonwen, N. Wales
Entire residential home · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 bath

The Boathouse at the Fisheries, Afonwen, N. WalesPicturesque, secluded boathouse set on the edge of a 17 acre lake in a stunning location. The boathouse was rebuilt in 2018 and is fully equipped for a couple of people to have a comfortable and relaxing self-catering holiday. Located just 10 minutes from the A55 on the edge of an area of outstanding natural beauty in the Vale of Clwyd with most of the attractions of North Wales and Chester within easy driving distance. It consistently receives excellent reviews from our happy guests.

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Popular amenities for Flint Mountain holiday rentals

  • Kitchen
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  • Pool
  • Free parking on premises
  • Air conditioning

Other great holiday rentals in Flint Mountain

  1. Entire residential home
  2. Little Neston
A place to relax and enjoy
$143 AUD per night
$143.00 AUD total
  1. Entire guest suite
  2. Hawarden
Hawarden Rest
$77 AUD per night
$77.00 AUD total
  1. Entire townhouse
  2. Carmel
Cheerful 2 up 2 down house in lovely north wales !
$169 AUD per night
  1. Entire cottage
  2. Flintshire
Rurally set, converted Bull Room sleeping two
$133 AUD per night
  1. Entire cottage
  2. Ewloe
A quaint cottage, at Aston Hill Farm, Ewloe
$169 AUD per night
  1. Entire bungalow
  2. Afonwen
Cottage in heart of Clwydian Mountain 🐕 Welcome
$152 AUD per night
$152.00 AUD total
  1. Entire residential home
  2. Penyffordd
Beautiful Converted Barn with Hot Tub, Large Patio to Relax and unwind. Blissful Time away for you to Enjoy
$710 AUD per night
$710.00 AUD total
  1. Entire cabin
  2. Mold
Sunset Cabin with Hot Tub and Mountain Views
$317 AUD per night
  1. Entire cottage
  2. Flintshire
Rurally set, converted farm Shippon sleeping 4
$161 AUD per night
  1. Entire cottage
  2. Gwernaffield
Bellan Barn
$152 AUD per night
  1. Entire cottage
  2. Rhosesmor
Anvil Cottage
$284 AUD per night
  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Nannerch
Modern Apartment in a beautiful village
$128 AUD per night

Top-rated things to do in Flint Mountain

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  • Fun Guided Chester History Bike Tour
    We supply the bikes, you provide the pedal power! We'll explore Chester's most fascinating places with views and landmarks you won’t see on a typical bus or walking tour. Travelling mainly on cycle friendly paths, at a leisurely pace, you’ll get a factual but good-humoured look at Chester's fascinating history and attractions. Tours take about two hours with an average travelling speed of 1,000 years an hour! Other things to note We'll be travelling in a small group - often 4 or less (but no more than 10), travelling mainly on cycle paths or cycle friendly roads with plenty of stops for me to give you a brief history and tell interesting stories
    From Price:$55 / person
  • Glassblowing Experience
    I am offering an advanced session to learn the process of creating a coloured borosilicate glass pendant art work. This is a workshop session for maximum 3 people and lasts 3 to 3.5 hours with a few breaks. During the session each participant makes minimum two ornaments and often more.. I teach how to blow a glass bubble into a head shape and add a face and hair with coloured glass rod. Towards the end of the session I will create a several demo pieces to show tricks and techniques. The participant will get to keep the demo pieces as well. Please note the pieces made need to be annealed in the kiln for 6 hours after the session end so they will not be ready to take home. I will post them safely or they can be picked up. Can take up to three weeks. I also issue a little self made named certificate as a memory. Not suitable for children under 10 years of age. Under 18's need to be with an adult. Welcome and Health and Safety instruction Glass Basics and tools Learning to handle a glass rod/tube Learning to create a button (maria) out of glass rod Learning to add colour to clear glass Moulding the shape Shaping the final glass artwork Other things to note Please call me on 07870738399 if you cannot find my glass workshop on the industrial site.
    From Price:$171 / person
  • Discover Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle
    1. We start at the Baltic Fleet pub were I'll set the scene for our tour, detailing a bit of the pub history - and we'll see if you can spot unique architectural clues 2. Liverpool Tea Warehouse for a tea tasting session with the lovely Debbie. 3. Story of the Nordic Church. One of only four octagonal churches in the whole of England. 4. Café's are sometimes off the beaten track, I'll take you to the best. 5. Public Art and murals. Almost as famous as the Liver Birds themselves, Paul Curtis's Wings is great for a selfie and it's our cover photo! 6. Vintage Indoor Market and Cains Brewery Village. We'll explore the many cool bars, stalls and maybe meet an artist or two! Other things to note The tour will be approximately 1 mile of walking but we stop frequently. There are opportunities to buy unique gifts and artisan food.
    From Price:$29 / person
  • Introducing Liverpool
    This city walking tour is a historical taster and introduction to all the key locations to visit whilst in Liverpool, including the Royal Albert Dock, UNESCO Heritage Waterfront, Castle Street & The Town Hall, Mathew Street & The Cavern Club and lots more. The tour lasts around 1 hour and 30 minutes. Other things to note This is a walking tour, we will be walking for around one and a half hours. Please wear suitable footwear and clothing that can be adapted for all weather conditions. Part of the walk includes a slight uphill/incline.
    From Price:$38 / person
  • Street Art Liverpool
    In the heart of Liverpool’s creative quarter we’ll search and treasure hunt street art styles to make our own final piece of street art. Using our cameras to record the elements we want in our final picture, we’ll use sketches and discussion to create a final piece using a mix of spray paint, paint stick and stencil.
    From Price:$86 / person

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