Holiday Cottage Rentals in Holywell Town


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Holywell Tourist Information

Holywell is known as The Lourdes of Wales & home to one of the Seven Wonders of Wales


Holywell is a traditional Welsh market town, which is set in the picturesque countryside overlooking the estuary of the River Dee. The town is only a few minutes drive away from the main A55 Expressway, that takes travellers from England through to North Wales.

Holywell is the fifth largest town in Flintshire, and as such it provides visitors and locals with an interesting mix of shops to browse around. Although a large town, Holywell somehow seems to exude a relaxed atmosphere where locals enjoy a more chilled out pace of life.

The town, with its many listed buildings, has been fortunate enough to escape the clutches of developers and has therefore changed little over the years. This allows visitors the added pleasure of being able to admire the architecture of the late Georgian and Victorian period buildings, as they amble around this historic town.

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The town's most popular visitor attraction, and from where the town takes its name is 'St Winefride's Well' - One of the Seven Wonders of Wales. It is a 16th-century chapel and well, that is believed to have healing water, there is also an interesting museum on site.

Being located within the vast Clwydian Range means Holywell has plenty of interesting walking routes to suit all abilities. The various walks may take in public footpaths, bridleways, woods, moorland as well as country lanes. The town has gone a long way to accommodate the needs of walkers, and this has been recognised by awarding Holywell with the 'Walkers are Welcome' status.

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Holywell tourist information

Holywell is known as The Lourdes of Wales & home to one of the Seven Wonders of Wales


Holywell is a traditional Welsh market town, which is set in the picturesque countryside overlooking the estuary of the River Dee. The town is only a few minutes drive away from the main A55 Expressway, that takes travellers from England through to North Wales.

Holywell is the fifth largest town in Flintshire, and as such it provides visitors and locals with an interesting mix of shops to browse around. Although a large town, Holywell somehow seems to exude a relaxed atmosphere where locals enjoy a more chilled out pace of life.

The town, with its many listed buildings, has been fortunate enough to escape the clutches of developers and has therefore changed little over the years. This allows visitors the added pleasure of being able to admire the architecture of the late Georgian and Victorian period buildings, as they amble around this historic town.

Holywell Cottages & Holiday Rental Accommodation
The town's most popular visitor attraction, and from where the town takes its name is 'St Winefride's Well' - One of the Seven Wonders of Wales. It is a 16th-century chapel and well, that is believed to have healing water, there is also an interesting museum on site.

Being located within the vast Clwydian Range means Holywell has plenty of interesting walking routes to suit all abilities. The various walks may take in public footpaths, bridleways, woods, moorland as well as country lanes. The town has gone a long way to accommodate the needs of walkers, and this has been recognised by awarding Holywell with the 'Walkers are Welcome' status.

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