About Cysgod Y Graig

New 2, 3 & 4-Bed Homes in Dyserth

Cysgod Y Graig is a stunning new development of 2, 3 & 4-bed homes that will be situated close to the heart of the historic village of Dyserth. This collection of detached and semi-detached homes are perfect for any lifestyle. Whether you’re a first-time buyer, young professional or a family looking to find their new house, you’ll find your ideal home at Cysgod Y Graig.

Well-connected transport links surround the development and village, keeping you well connected to everything North Wales has to offer. The historic city of Chester can be reached by road in just 40 minutes, which provides a plethora of shops, restaurants and bars and direct trains to Liverpool, Manchester, London and other major cities.

These 2, 3 & 4-bed homes in Dyserth are all available to purchase with Help-to-Buy Wales. The Government backed scheme allows you to purchase your new home with just a 5% deposit, you can find more details on here. For further information and to check your eligibly for Help-to-Buy Wales, get in touch with our sales staff who will be happy to answer any questions.

Cysgod Y Graig offers a beautiful setting in Dyserth, which is home home to popular independent shops, local pubs and picturesque surroundings, where you’ll find Rhaeadr Dyserth Waterfall and Bodrhyddan Hall. The local primary school feeds into several secondary schools in areas surrounding Dyserth, providing plenty of excellent choices.

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Help to Buy is available at Cysgod Y Graig


  • Every local amenity needed within walking distance from Cysgod Y Graig, including handy grocery shops, sports facilities and a doctor’s surgery
  • Choose from an excellent range of feeder schools for the local primary school, that are located a short distance from the town centre
  • Explore the vast range of local shops pubs and cafés in the heart of Dyserth
  • Visit and enjoy the beautiful Rhaeadr Dyserth Waterfall and the surrounding area
  • Just a 10-minute drive from the beautiful welsh coastline and Rhyl Beach
  • Explore the picturesque Offas Dyke path that finishes close by to Dyserth