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Dyserth Village Cottages in Denbighshire

Dyserth Cottages, Rural Village Cottages in Dyserth in Denbighshire

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Dyserth Tourist Information

Dyserth is a rural inland village set at the foot of Moel Hiraddug (which has been designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty), the village is positioned about five miles South of the seaside town of Rhyl

There are a couple of shops and eateries in the village as well as a convenience store.

The real 'wow' factor for Dyserth comes in the form of a spectacular waterfall which cascades seventy feet from the River Ffyddion.

There are a number of excellent walks in the area including the 'Marian Mills Walk' (about 2 miles), 'Hottia Walk' (about 2.5 miles) and the circuit of 'Moel Hiraddug' (about 3.5 miles).

Dyserth is ideally placed for golfers as there are four golf clubs all within a five-mile radius, the closest is St Melyd Golf Club a mature 9-hole parkland course, followed by Rhuddlan Golf Club a challenging 18-hole parkland course, then Rhyl Golf Club a deceptively tricky little 9-holer and Prestatyn Golf Club an 18-hole links course.

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Dyserth tourist information

Dyserth is a rural inland village set at the foot of Moel Hiraddug (which has been designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty), the village is positioned about five miles South of the seaside town of Rhyl

There are a couple of shops and eateries in the village as well as a convenience store.

The real 'wow' factor for Dyserth comes in the form of a spectacular waterfall which cascades seventy feet from the River Ffyddion.

There are a number of excellent walks in the area including the 'Marian Mills Walk' (about 2 miles), 'Hottia Walk' (about 2.5 miles) and the circuit of 'Moel Hiraddug' (about 3.5 miles).

Dyserth is ideally placed for golfers as there are four golf clubs all within a five-mile radius, the closest is St Melyd Golf Club a mature 9-hole parkland course, followed by Rhuddlan Golf Club a challenging 18-hole parkland course, then Rhyl Golf Club a deceptively tricky little 9-holer and Prestatyn Golf Club an 18-hole links course.

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