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Ewe Two

Oakenholt near Northop, North Wales & Snowdonia (Ref. 951606)


Menai Holiday Cottages rating

  • 2 Guests

  • 1 Bedroom

  • 1 Bathroom

  • Pets No

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  • Hot tub
  • Off road parking
  • Ground floor bedroom
  • Pub/shop < 1 mile
  • Broadband / WiFi

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  • Rhys

    “Really welcoming and overall amazing people”

    - Rhys, July 2024


  • All-ground-floor
  • Open-plan living space with double bed, kitchen, dining area, and sitting area
  • Shower room with shower, basin, WC and heated towel rail
  • Electric heating
  • Two ring hob, combination microwave oven
  • Hairdryer
  • Smart TV and DVD, WiFi selection of books and DVD's
  • Fuel, power and starter pack for wood-fired hot tub inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Private decking with private hot tub, shared garden, BBQ, windbreakers
  • Off-road parking
  • Communal shed with bike storage, iron and ironing board
  • Sorry, no pets and no smoking in or on the grounds of the property Shop/post office/fuel station 0.9 miles
  • Pub 0.6 miles
  • Note: Further wood for hot tub can be purchased from the owner
  • Note: There are 3 steps onto the decking around the property
  • Please note: The WiFi connection may be intermittend during adverse weather
  • No infants or children allowed; two adults only

The property

Situated within striking distance of the River Dee estuary, found in the wonderful North Wales countryside is Ewe Two.

This outstanding holiday accommodation has been designed to offer a break from the daily routine for a couple, perfect for those interested in exploring all that North Wales and Cheshire has to offer.

Step into the open-plan living room which boasts a double bed, a kitchen area and a sitting area.

For an indulgent moment, head outside to dip in to the hot tub and soak up the scenery.

The ultimate escape to tranquillity for your next holiday with your partner.

Note: Property can be booked with Ref. 951605, and together they can sleep four people.

Two Hoots & Ewe Two

Two Hoots & Ewe Two consists of two secluded identical barrel pods situated on the owner’s working farm, which has a mixture of arable, sheep and cattle farming in the surrounding fields, in Oakenholt, Flintshire. The pods are set back and separated from the owner’s own property, surrounded by a backdrop of picturesque fields. Placed within the Flintshire countryside of North East Wales looking out onto rolling hills and the River Dee Estuary, this is a perfect spot away from everyday life for a relaxing break. From here, you are well-placed to explore North Wales and Cheshire, or just to kick back in the countryside setting. The pods are ideal for a couple's romantic retreat with a private wood-fuelled hot tub to offer that deserved sense of tranquillity. Inside these fantastic pods is an open-plan living space, each with a double bed, kitchen area, sofa, and Smart TV with DVD, which you can actually swivel round so you can watch from your bed, or from the wood-fired hot tub on your private decking! North Wales offers an abundance of choice for visitors, from relaxing afternoon tea on one of the scenic steam railways journeys to paddling on one of its sandy beaches, from animal spotting at a local zoo or aquarium to exploring one of its many mediaeval castles or forts. With an abundance of museums & galleries to leisurely stroll around or one of its many parks & gardens offering plenty of visitor shops and cafes to enjoy. Your time in North Wales can be very relaxing or filled with adrenaline, fun, adventure activities, which will you choose, if you can’t decide, then choose both! In recent years, North Wales has become the adventure and outdoor capital of the UK. Some of its adventure activities are unique. Others are record-breaking - longest, fastest, the best in the world. Just think of the photos and the stories you'll be able to tell your friends when you get home. North Wales is a two-wheeler's dream. The super-fit can ride marathon-length routes, the adventurous world-class mountain bike trails with some of the best centres in the UK. Mountain bike adventure some 30km, through stunning mountain trails a spectacular, hidden gem of challenging tracks. Casual riders will delight at the miles and miles of car-free tracks, many on disused, gentle-gradient railway lines. The quiet single-track lanes around the Vale of Clwyd make for flatter, scenic road cycling. Or cycle the coastal path from Deeside to Cardigan Bay and beyond. The National Outdoor Centre, in North Wales, is the UK’s home of true adventure. It is the place for everyone to discover new outdoor sports, improve their performance and have great adventures across a range of activities. With more than 200 courses to suit all abilities and interests, from complete beginners to enthusiasts. There are also high ropes courses, go-kart tracks and racing circuits, rock climbing and abseiling (indoor and outdoor), cave exploring, horse riding, quad biking, and off-road driving, as well as canyoning (or gorge-walking), mountain biking and clay pigeon shooting. Watersports is one of the North Wales top specialists in outdoor activities, be it, windsurfing, sailing, kayaking, canoeing, rock climbing, abseiling, archery, raft building, wakeboarding, Whitewater rafting and jet skiing. They say it's the nearest thing to flying - a zip wire over a massive slate quarry. It's the longest in Europe and the fastest in the world. There's a second "zip zone" too, where you descend a whole mountain on zip wires. Or why not explore a deep cavern where Victorians mined slate? The tour is fascinating enough - so then imagine finding a huge cavern lit with different coloured lights and festooned with nets and trampolines? That's another unforgettable North Wales adventure and outdoor activity waiting for you! Another unusual sight, deep in the valley, is a man-made lagoon featuring a wave machine and all the facilities you need to learn to surf. Or if you prefer some gentle strolling whilst taking in the amazing scenery on offer, then North East Wales has gentler walking on its doorstep. The Clwydian Range of hills is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the beginning (or end) of Offa's Dyke long distance path. The Berwyn Mountains and the rolling hills around Llangollen make great walking and hiking country too. Coastal walks start in Deeside and end in...well, they don't end! From the River Dee in the North East to the Mawddach Estuary in Cardigan Bay and beyond, there's always a walk by the sea. Walking North Wales along the north coast features surfaced paths for easy walking (and cycling) between our most popular resorts. Whatever your reason for needing a well-deserved break, you will find yourself totally content at Two Hoots and Ewe Two, realising that a simple life never felt so good.

Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £200.

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About the location


Chester 12 miles.

Located 12 miles west of Chester, on the borderlands of Wales and England, Northop is a historic and pretty village, dating back over 1000 years, with a variety of architectural styles on offer along the high street. Developed as a result of its strategic position on the transport route between the two countries it thrived throughout the 17th century and still retains a delightful village feel, with three welcoming village pubs, a busy Post Office and general stores and several shops and businesses make up its centre, along with a village cricket club and reputable golf club. The Wats Dyke was built in the 8th century to protect the Welsh from invaders and now forms a delightful walk from Holywell along a 65km trail into Shropshire, cutting through the village and surrounding farmland of Northop. Be sure to visit St Eurgain's Grade I listed church in the village, eat at one of the village pubs and perhaps hear the award-winning Northop Silver Band rehearsing in the nearby band hall. With excellent access to both Chester and the North Wales coast on the A55, just 2 miles drive to the renowned Theatr Clwyd, fantastic country walks and cycling routes and several excellent golf courses in the area, Northop is an ideal base for exploring the many delights on offer in the region.

No smoking at property or on the grounds of the property.
Note: Further wood for hot tub can be purchased from the owner.
Note: There are 3 steps onto the decking around the property. Please note: The WiFi connection may be intermittend during adverse weather.
No infants or children allowed; two adults only.

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
  • Last minute
  • Christmas