Dulas Cottage – 6 Berth

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Named after the Afon Dulas (North Dulas River) which enters the Irish sea just below Bron-Y-Wendon Holiday Park after flowing through our village of Llanddulas. The river is one of the most important rivers in North Wales for otters. Artificial holts have been constructed for them south of Rhyd-Y-Foel. Llanddulas village lies beneath the limestone hill of Cefn-yr-Ogof (669 ft). With its large caves, from the quarrying of limestone and crushed stone which is exported from the 200 m long jetty below. The village pub is named after Lewis Valentine a Welsh politician, Baptist pastor, author, editor, and Welsh-language activist who was born in there.

According to legend, a cave on the mountain of Pen y Cefn was once the abode of the Devil, until the people of Llanddulas performed an exorcism at the cave to drive him away.[3]

This Cottage has a conventional set up, with the lounge and kitchen downstairs and bedrooms upstairs. The bedrooms have views over the Irish sea either east to Kinmel Bay or west to Llandudno and the Great Orme. With a large lounge / dining room downstairs this 6 berth cottage would suit larger groups or families looking for a base to explore the amazing North Wales.

Please note all our Holiday Cottages are non-smoking.