The Grand Outdoors
Arosfa Lodge proudly presides over one acre of North Wales. With room for everyone, you could settle old scores with a family ball game, take up a basketball challenge or release some energy on the trampoline.
There’s a beautiful patio area for newspapers, coffee and croissants in the morning or BBQs and tall tales at dusk. After walking in the countryside or scaling the Snowdonian peaks, kick back and relax in the six-seater hot tub, and if you’re a stargazer, we challenge you to pinpoint Venus, Mars and Jupiter.
But let’s be honest here. Arosfa Lodge might be a luxury cottage with grand outdoors and luscious grounds, but the real garden, the actual ‘outdoors’, is the ‘great outdoors’: Breathtaking North Wales.
Enjoy life, it’s delicious
With two ovens and two hobs, a further three hobs on the kitchen island and another oven in the utility room – there’ll be room enough for the Jamie Oliver’s, Gordon Ramsey’s and Monica Galetti’s among you.
Let the aroma of your cooking greet you after a hot and tiring day at the beach. Reach for that cooling glass of chardonnay and relax on the terrace as the electric Aga does your job for you. Now it’s time to lay the table and enjoy your cuisine together with family and friends. Food, wine and long evenings are the things memories are made of.
If it’s Uncle John’s turn to cook, and you don’t quite fancy beans on toast – why not head into Trelawynd where you’ll find The Crown Inn, renowned for its generous, hot and tasty Sunday lunches and traditional Welsh grub.
Then there’s the Kinmel Arms, which is just a 20-minute drive away set in stunning grounds, serving exquisite gourmet food. Or you might want to travel in the opposite direction to Bodfari and the Dinorben Arms. A traditional pub that prides itself in obtaining fresh local produce for their modern but unpretentious cooking.
Whether it’s a night in or out and about, the choice is yours.
There are bedrooms galore in this beautiful house. Eight to be exact. Bedroom one and two are situated to the right as you enter through the front door. Both double rooms, they face the front and back of the house respectfully.
Take a trip up the stairs, and you’ll find bedroom three – a twin, delightfully tucked into the eaves of the house. Opposite, there’s another double – bedroom four.
Now journey to the left side of the house. Through the living room, into the kitchen and left past the games room. Welcome to adjacent bedrooms five and six. The first is a twin and the second a double. Upstairs on this side of the house, you’ll find two bedrooms everyone will be fighting for. Bedrooms seven and eight. Both doubles, both en-suites – the twist? Bedroom eight has ample wardrobe space AND best of all, a terrace that links the bedroom to the garden. Glorious.
Whichever bedroom you choose, one thing is for sure. You won’t need to count sheep before a luxurious night’s sleep.