Jasmine Cottage is a detached, privately owned, purpose built holiday cottage catering for up to seven people in three en suite bedrooms. Newly built in 2014, the accommodation is perfect for a relaxing break or a longer holiday in glorious scenery and some of the best walking country in the United Kingdom. Jasmine Cottage is one and a half miles from Llangollen, North Wales and is suitable for couples, families and groups of friends. Please note that the cottage may not  be suitable for young children due to regulatory fire escape windows in the upstairs bedrooms (see ABOUT for more details).

The stunning views and private gardens give this holiday rental that “away from it all” feel, yet it is in easy walking distance of a farm shop, a bistro and a hotel which brews it’s own beer on the premises! To find out more, visit the Reviews and the About page. Jasmine Cottage and it’s neighbour Velvet Cottage are owned by the same family and together they are capable of accommodating parties of up to twelve people. Phone 07966 260565 or send an email to stay@jasminecottage.info for more information

JASMINE COTTAGE

Jasmine Cottage
Abbey Terrace
Llangollen
Denbighshire, LL20 8DF

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If you have any questions about Jasmine Cottage or wish to enquire about availability, please contact us by clicking stay@jasminecottage.info or by phoning 07966 260565

The owners Yvonne and Ian live in Shropshire, 35 miles from Jasmine Cottage. During your stay they respect your right to complete privacy, but they are always  available to answer any queries either by phone or email.

Jasmine Cottage
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All Jasmine Cottage bookings are inclusive of heating, bed  linen, towels and free WiFi. Please note that dogs are not allowed in Jasmine Cottage under any circumstances.

The toilet waste at Jasmine Cottage is fed into an environmentally friendly biodigester. It relies on friendly bacteria to break the waste down so we ask you to be careful not to pour anything down the drains which may harm them.