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23rd January 2018

Mudo Mynydd Lodges

Wales Denbighshire Hendrerwydd
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Adults 18+
Children 2 - 17
Infants under 2

With miles of gorgeous beaches, traditional seaside resorts and acres of unspoilt countryside, Denbighshire is a great place to explore - and Mudo Mynydd Lodges have stunning views across to Snowdonia National Park. Hendrerwydd is close to the pretty town of Mold where you can visit ancient monuments and walk the Town Trail.

You're just a minute or two from a superb gastropub and a little further afield, you can enjoy good food in the Llindir Inn at Henllan, a 13th century thatched pub. There's an excellent sailing club at Alwen and riding at Bridlewood, near Prestatyn. Love golf? Heswall in the Wirral is a beautiful course with views across the Welsh hills.

This small cluster of lodges is brand new and all are luxuriously furnished and decorated. Sandalwood Lodge has three bedrooms - a master double with ensuite shower and two twin rooms. The stylish lounge/kitchen has doors leading out to decking with an outdoor hot tub and beautiful countryside views.

The Roman Tours at Chester, under 20 miles away, offer a really good insight into the fascinating history of the city and Bodelwyddan Castle is also a great place to visit with its museum, parkland and formal gardens.

Our Top Tip
"The beaches at both Prestatyn and Rhyl are popular with visitors - and Rhyl has traditional Punch and Judy shows and fairground rides."
Accommodation features
  • A small cluster of luxury three bedroom lodges.
  • Outdoor hot tub
  • Flat screen Smart TV/DVD
  • Wi-Fi
  • Kitchen including microwave, fridge/freezer and washer/dryer
  • Bath and shower
  • Bed linen, duvets and towels
  • Beds made up for your arrival
  • Double glazed and centrally heated
  • Gas and electricity included
  • No pets
  • Adults only
  • All non smoking accommodation

Accommodation at Mudo Mynydd Lodges


Sandalwood Lodge

Luxury lodge with one master king size double with ensuite shower and two twin. Bath with overhead shower. Stylish lounge/kitchen area with doors leading out to decking and outdoor hot tub. Countryside views.

Mudo Mynydd Lodges Reviews

Andrew, Halifax
Date of stay: 27th November 2017
Accommodation type: Sandalwood Lodge
Had a brilliant weekend
Dawn, Dorset
Date of stay: 10th November 2017
Accommodation type: Sandalwood Lodge
The lodge was well equipped, well kept and very comfortable.
Date of stay: 2nd October 2017
Accommodation type: Sandalwood Lodge
Had my 3rd relaxing stay at this lodge. It is very well equipped and in such a peaceful location with unspoilt scenery.
Kathleen, Newcastle
Date of stay: 12th May 2017
Accommodation type: Sandalwood Lodge
Lovely lodge had everything you need. Very clean and cosy. In quiet location.
Geoff, Wigan Uk
Date of stay: 21st April 2017
Accommodation type: Sandalwood Lodge
...Fantastic place...excellent facilities...very clean...beautiful area...lovely people...hope to be back soon...10/10 for everything!!!
Rachel, Grantham
Date of stay: 19th February 2016
Accommodation type: Sandalwood Lodge
Lovely place only slightly let down by attention to detail regarding the kitchen cleanliness, fridge could have been a bit cleaner, the frying pan was well used and cutlery drawer had crumbs in it but nothing that would put us off returning, (maybe I am a clean freak)? Hot tub was fantastic and maintenance of it impeccable
Kelly, Wrexham
Date of stay: 1st February 2016
Accommodation type: Sandalwood Lodge
Celia, Preston
Date of stay: 18th January 2016
Accommodation type: Sandalwood Lodge
Excellent 3 night stay at this lodge. Lovely hot hottub with beautiful views very relaxing. We had dinner at the pub down the road which was welcoming & very good food. We have booked to go back next year.
Kimberley, Wallasey
Date of stay: 24th November 2015
Accommodation type: Sandalwood Lodge
Absolutely beautiful and peaceful
Samantha, Manchester
Date of stay: 22nd October 2015
Accommodation type: Sandalwood Lodge
Had a fab stay, when we first got there it just seemed like two lodges plonked in someone's back garden but apart from that we got used to it we was looking for a relaxing time away which it was, the lodge was fantastic very nice and cosy and the hot tub was a bonus! Lovely pub down the road with friendly staff and lovely food. Only negative side is me and my partner are both smokers and there is a strict no smoking on site (which we understood) however the pathway and the gate outside is not lit up at all so obviously you could not see anything at night, had to use our phones as a torch, wouldn't really say that was very health and safety thought through as it caused me to trip! But overall would defiantly recommend :)
Superb lodge an amazing settings
A lovely 3rd visit to the lodge, can't wait to go again!
What a lovely place! Small and immaculate with wonderful views.
Fantastic well equipped lodge in a fabulous location
Excellent place to stay great facilities. going back in March
Love it here have been back same time every year for the last three years . So relaxing pace and with just a pub at the end of the road that serves amazing food it's everything u need for a relaxing weekend
Lovely peaceful relaxing and quiet location set on a working farm the owners were very helpful. Lodge was fitted out with quality furnishings lovely comfy beds it had everything you could want and more. Would defiantly stay again
Fantastic location and lovely lodge . Peaceful and exactly what we needed for a family get together .
Lovely quiet spot perfect for unwinding
If you like somewhere quiet and just want to relax it is perfect.
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Fun Days Out near Mudo Mynydd Lodges

Pen-Y-Ffrith Bird Garden - about 6 Miles
Pen-Y-Ffrith Bird Garden is an 18 acre site, filled with glorious woodland, dramatic gardens, streams, ponds and a 3 acre lake. As the seasons change so do the delights of the park. During springtime the bluebell woods are spectacular while in the summer the bog garden is a favourite attraction with some unusual displays of flora and fauna. In the autumn a walk through the ravine with its flowing waterfalls in not to be missed. There are also several yearly events to enjoy including the Bat walk in September.
St Winefride's Well - about 8 Miles
St Winefride's Well in Flintshire is described at one of the 7 wonders of Wales and is shrouded in mystery and intrigue. Legend has it that the well first erupted at the spot where Caradog cut off the nuns head with his sword. The shrine was then erected in her memory in the first decade of the sixteenth century and remains one of the holiest places in Wales. The stunning temple and well attract visitors from all over the world. Water can be drawn from the spring basin within the crypt and is thought to be lucky.
Greenfield Valley Heritage Park in Flintshire has something for everyone including a museum, gardens, play area, small petting farm and visitors centre. The beautiful areas of woodland around the site are abundant with wildlife and ideal for walking, cycling and nature trails. A family ticket is just £10.50 so this is the ideal outing if you are on a tight budget. Seasonal tickets are also available from just £28.00 for a family of 4 and allow unlimited entry.
Wepre Country Park - about 11 Miles
Wepre Country Park is home to one of the largest play areas in Wales and is perfect for a fun family day out during the summer months. The site has miles of attractive woodland to be explored and cycling and nature trails are very popular ways to see the best of the area. The grounds of the historic estate also have beautiful gardens with stunning floral displays and there is plenty of open space for children to play. An annual events programme ensures that seasonal activities take place regularly including spooky Halloween Walks, Christmas Carol Singing and Ranger led events. There is also a visitor's centre with a small shop.