HOLIDAY HOME owners might want to forget the south of France and northern Italy after a 16th century dated let complex in the valley of Llangollen has been put up for sale.

Pen-Y-Bryn, the 47-person holiday let complex on the Horseshoe Pass, Llangollen is on the market for £1.3million.

The complex, which is being marketed by Oswestry-based Forge Property Consultants, consists of four separate buildings available as seven separate lettings called The Barn, The Den, The Lodge, The Chalet, The Annexe, The House and The Snug.

The House, which is the largest building, is believed to date from the 16th century and features two bedrooms, exposed beams and a Welsh stone inglenook fireplace with a slate hearth and woodburning stove.

The Annexe has two bedrooms, a Welsh stone fireplace and wide-reaching views, while The Barn is a detached, stone built property has two ensuite bedrooms.

The Lodge is separate from the main building and also has an exposed stone inglenook fireplace and two bedrooms.

Meanwhile, the Chalet is a Swiss style building with a covered outdoor dining area, featuring overhead heaters and a music system. It also has two bedrooms on the ground floor and a balcony overlooking the valley below.

The complex also has an office, laundry and workshop, with views of the valley and hills of the Horseshoe Path and south facing gardens, patios and outdoor seating areas.

Charles Lawson, director of Forge Property Consultants, said: “Llangollen is a popular tourist destination famous for its stunning landscapes, and Pen-Y-Bryn represents a unique opportunity for an entrepreneur to secure a truly idyllic rural retreat and run a successful tourist business, in the heart of some of the most beautiful countryside Britain has to offer.”

For more information visit the Pen-Y-Bryn website or Forge Property Consultants website. Alternatively, contact Forge Property Consultants by calling 01691 610317.