Quality Self-Catering Cottages In Ruthin

nestled in the heart of north wales

About us

On the edge of an ANOB, Llanrhydd Mill has a range of romantic one bedroom self catering cottages for two people nestling around an old watermill and all within easy walking distance of the historic market town of Ruthin in the Vale of Clwyd North Wales. 

The Clwydian Hills ANOB is one field away, and magnificent views of the hills abound. All the cottages are dog friendly and are ideal for people to enjoy the beautiful scenery, walk the country lanes, relax and recharge. 

Located a pleasant drive through wonderful scenery, from Snowdonia, the coast, the historic castles of north wales, and the Llangollen canal. The cities of Chester and Liverpool are both also within easy reach. 

Our stylish cottages are well equipped, providing a comfortable and welcoming place to return to after a busy day enjoying what North Wales has to offer. 

Everything we needed for a relaxed, short, break and wished we could have stayed for the full week. An ideal base for all that North Wales has to offer!

John and Lesley, London

Our Cottages

The Granary

Wake up to spectacular views - breakfast with the Clwydian Hills!

Heron's View

Enjoy a glass in its suntrap garden, or relax by the fire in perfect comfort.

curlew's Nest

Grab a glass and enjoy the sunshine - or enjoy the views from the cosy interior

The Coach House

Snuggle down by the wood-burner in this spacious, upside down cottage.

owl's Watch

Outside and inside link in this cosy cottage with super views and a wood burner

Seasons at the Mill

The changing of the seasons in the countryside can be magical. Here at The Mill, we are blessed with a wide range of trees and plans which attract all sorts of wildlife. From the snowdrops and daffodils in the spring, to apple blossom and beautiful tree canopies in the summer, the Mill is a true haven from the world. 

Visit Ruthin

The Mill Cottages at Llanrhydd are only a short walk, along dog-friendly country lanes, to the medieval market town of Ruthin. This pleasant 15-20mins stroll takes you in to the heart of the town, with many boutique shops and cafes to explore. Reginald De Grey established Ruthin Castle on a outcrop of distinctive red sandstone in the 12th Century. From there, the town grew rapidly to become a focal point for the local area and is an important market town to this day. The town centre is regarded as having one of the prettiest town squares in Wales, and many independent shops can be visited by ambling along the streets and lanes of the town. 

Beautiful cottages with lots of lovely extras – lovely welcome pack of welsh cakes! Had days out at Bala Lake, Chester Zoo, and Liverpool. Davies Taxi is less than a fiver back from Ruthin – brilliant after a few drinks and dinner!

Matt and Jo, Hull