Photos and Description of this 1 bedroom holiday cottage in Bodfari - Geinas Farmhouse Stable
Stone Built Single Storey 1 Bedroom 1 Bathroom Newly Restored Stable For 20014
NEW FOR 2014
Geinas Farm Stable
Set in 2 acres, with views across to the village of Bodfari this delightful cottage is at the foot of the Clwydian Hill Range,located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The property is a stone built single storey converted Stable built in 1840, adjoining the Geinas farm Cottage , which is attached to the owner's Grade11 listed Farm House. The stable has been renovated in 2014 to a very high standard offering the very best of furnishings and comfort retaining many of the regional features.
With access to the garden, orchard and private patio complete with seating and barbecue for those barmey alfresco summer evenings.
This beautiful home-from-home is an ideal spot for a romantic break , walking holiday or just to get away from the hassle and bussel of everyday life -and within walking distance of the local pub !
The local area is packed with things to see and do including walks along the Offa's Dyke Pathway, trips to the market towns of Denbigh and Ruthin numerous sites of historic interest. Conveniently located for Snowdonia and the landscape and historic sites of the Borderlands (including Chester and Llangollen) to the east.
Whether relaxing on the patio in summer, enjoying a crisp autumn bike ride or heading into the white-capped mountains of Snowdonia in winter, this Bodfari cottage will welcome you back time and again
- non smoking only
- wheelchair accessible
- pets considered
About Christine Jones
Our stable which forms part of our grade 11-listed Farmhouse
Originally the cottage was apart of the main house, which dates back to 1749
The stable has had many uses including housing Turkeys !
When Tony and I saw the farmhouse cottage and Stable it was in a very sad state having been empty for more than 3 years, but we felt it had charm and potential to be both a lovely cottage and a wonderful home.
Our intention was to keep as much of the original features as we could and to breathe new life into the buildings
All of the doors have been reclaimed and reused
In the courtyard on the wall you will see stone squares used to house Beehives!
You will also see in the wall a stone slop out for the pigs that were housed in the yard.
And for those who are interested… in the small shed there is a double wooded toilet!
Not working but a fascinating look at bygone farming days.
The Orchard and surrounding grounds are bursting with fruit trees- in season please help yourselves
We have our own chickens, which supply the most wonderful eggs (some are put in your welcome basket)
Christine Jones purchased this cottage in 2011