Penvale Lake Lodges | Denbighshire

Short breaks from £355 per lodge

Choose from 5 types of lodge at this site


About Penvale Lake Lodges
Beautifully tucked away in a secluded 33-acre valley, on the edge of the picturesque riverside town of Llangollen, these stunning Canadian-inspired lodges offer the ultimate exclusive retreat for those seeking to get back to nature. Set against the scenic backdrop of Fron Fawr mountain, this luxurious hideaway is also ideally placed for enjoying the wealth of activities on offer in the local area, including white-water rafting, canoeing, fishing, climbing and nature walks.

Whats unique about Penvale Lodges?

  1. Penvale Lodges like to add a special touch of luxury, which is why extras such as champagne, flowers and chocolates can be added on to any break
  2. Comfort is key, which is why you'll find thick, fluffy bathrobes in every master bedroom
  3. The fantastic indoor pool is heated to a glorious 25 degrees all year round, and for those sunny summer days the roof is fully retractable to enjoy the outside rays!

Typical Lodge features:

  • Outdoor hot tub (Saltspring Lodge VIP, Birches Lodge VIP and Valley View Cottage VIP)
  • Log burning stove-first supply of logs included (Specific Birches VIP, Penvale Ontario and Saltspring VIP)
  • Flat screen TV with, DVD/CD
  • Kitchen including microwave, dishwasher, washer/dryer and fridge/freezer
  • Bath with overhead shower
  • Utility/boot room (lodges)
  • Bed linen, duvets and towels
  • Large decking with garden furniture and barbeque (lodges)
  • Patio with garden furniture and barbeque (cottage)
  • Gas and electricity included
  • Babies must be included in party total
  • Travel cots and highchairs £10pw each
  • No all-male, all-female or mixed groups under 25
  • Pets £60pw each (max 2) (in specific accommodation)


In the local area...
There’s something for everyone who stays at our holiday parks in Denbighshire – lively, traditional seaside resorts, beautiful, unspoilt beaches and breathtakingly lovely countryside dotted with inviting small towns and villages. When you enjoy holidays in Denbighshire, you’re never far from miles of lovely beaches and a whole host of entertainments and amusements – there’s certainly plenty of family fun to be had, whatever the weather, in holiday parks at Rhyl and Prestatyn. For quieter moments, there’s a glorious coastline whose river estuaries are a birdwatchers’ delight.

Inland, and within easy reach of our holiday parks in Denbighshire, you’ll find a great array of attractions. Be sure to visit Llangollen for a canal boat trip across the dizzying heights of the spectacular Pontcysyllte Aqueduct or a thrilling white-water raft ride, and the charming little town of St Asaph is worth visiting for its tiny gem of a cathedral alone. Explore the old Gaol in Ruthin, a medieval market town sitting at the foot of the Clwydian Mountains – an area of outstanding natural beauty and a magnet for mountain bikers and walkers. And you won’t want to miss Denbigh Castle, perched on a rocky outcrop above its hillside town. 


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