Bracdy is located in this beautiful, undiscovered part of North Wales, close to the village of Llandyrnog, between the castle town of Denbigh and the market town of Ruthin. A splendid location with so much to do and many places to explore. In close proximity to the Clwydian Range and Dee Valley AONB (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) which runs from Prestatyn to Llangollen. The Offa's Dyke walk and the Clwydian Way both pass through the area and a short drive away is Llyn Brenig, a wonderful lake surrounded by forest with a trout fishery and visitor centre offering cycle hire and sailing. To the south is Llandegla and the One Planet Adventure mountain biking centre. A little further south the magnificent Horseshoe Pass leads down to Llangollen, famous for the international Eisteddfod, and the nearby World Heritage area which covers 11 miles of canal including the impressive Pontcysyllte Aqueduct. To the North lies the coast from Talacre Beach to the Victorian resort town of Llandudno, a stretch of coastline full of opportunities, history and culture. Across the border and into England the historic city of Chester with its medieval buildings and city walls is only 26 miles away.