Brenig Cottage – 4 Berth
Named after Llyn Brenig (Lake Brenig). Llyn Brenig is a reservoir located in Wales, in the heart of the Denbigh Moors, at a height of 1200 feet, on the border between the counties of Conwy and Denbighshire. It is used to manage the flow in the River Dee as part of the River Dee regulation system which is designed to protect the water supply for North West England and North East Wales, particularly Liverpool and its surrounding area. A visitor centre to the south of the lake displays a lot of archaeological information about the area. A number of watersports take place on the lake, including sailing, fishing, and canoeing. The only power craft allowed on the lake are those used by fishermen, Rangers’ patrol boats and sailing club safety craft. In 1990 it was selected as the only Welsh reservoir used for the World Fly Fishing Championships.
This Cottage is upside down with the lounge and kitchen looking out from the first floor to the east of the property with views again of the Irish sea and across to Kinmel Bay and Rhyl headland. With the sea and sunrise this cottage should suit anyone who is looking for a base to explore the amazing places in North Wales and then return to relax.