Bed and Breakfasts in Flintshire

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Morgan's B&B, Llanasa, Holywell, Flintshire

PPPN £55
PR2S £75
4 Star4 Star4 Star4 Star
No SmokingOff Street ParkingGardenDinner AvailableHas WiFi/Internet
Morgan's B&B is our comfortable rural home offering bed and breakfast accommodation situated near to the attractive conservation village of Llanasa in an Area of Outstanding National Beauty (AONB) - 3 miles south of Prestatyn on the North Wales coast and 7 miles from Holywell. Enjoy luxury Bed and Breakfast accommodation in a country cottage which dates back to the eighteenth century. The original cottage has been greatly extended to provide a spacious home. Our guest accommodation comprises of 2 double bedrooms and 1 twin bedded room. One double bedroom is en suite and the other double bedroom and the twin room are included within a suite which has a private sitting room and bathroom. This suite is ideal for families. Breakfast is served in the dining room, which formed part of the original Welsh long cottage. Guests are welcome to relax in the garden and enjoy superb sunsets from the comfort of the summer house. Local Area: One of only 8 Protected Landscapes in Wales this 35km chain of heather clad hills and limestone cliffs form a spectacular gateway to North East Wales. Cycle route number 5 passes within 1/2 mile of our cottage and we have good washing and storage facilities for bikes. Nearby Bridlewood Riding Centre offers riding along the beach or local bridleways and Mostyn Farm Rides provide a circuit on the Mostyn Estate. Please visit our website for more information. Rates: £55 per person per night. £75 per room per night based on 2 people sharing. Wi-Fi/internet access. Off street parking. Children are welcome. Dinner available. Highly Commended 4 Star AA.

Tower, Nercwys, Mold, Flintshire

PPPN £70
PR2S £85 to 110
No SmokingOff Street ParkingGarden
Tower is the only Welsh fortified border house still standing and, as such, is listed as a Grade 1 building of outstanding historical interest. It is a mile from the centre of the small market town of Mold, the county town of Flintshire in the borderlands of North Wales, and about ten miles from the English border and the walled city of Chester. We are approached through private parkland and we are situated in ornamental gardens and woodland overlooking a small lake that is regularly visited by wildlife. Tower is a special place to stay. Guests can enjoy the romance and mystery of this Grade 1 listed home when staying in one of three guest rooms. The “Sir George Wynne”, the “Wettenhall” and the “Lady Mainwaring” bedrooms are furnished with mostly antique furniture and family portraits from which the names of the rooms are derived, and have views either over the lake or lawn and woodland. They all have large double or king size beds (one can be split to form two singles) and either en-suite or private bathroom. Tea/coffee making facilities, TV and CD/radio alarms and other home comforts such as fresh fruit, flowers and oodles of reading material are all provided. Full Welsh breakfast is served at the library end of the drawing room and every effort is made to use only locally sourced products. We are ideally situated for visiting the many other Historic Houses, Castles and National Trust properties such as Chirk, Erddig, and Bodnant Garden in North Wales, or Arley Hall & Gardens, Lyme Park, Ness Gardens and Tatton Park in Cheshire. For culture lovers there is Theatre Clwyd in Mold, the Welsh National Portrait Gallery at Bodelwyddan Castle, Llangollen the home of the International Eisteddfod, and the Lady Lever Art Gallery in Port Sunlight, not forgetting the walled city of Chester with its Roman amphitheatre, Elizabethan architecture, world famous Zoo and Roodee Racecourse which are just a few miles away. Walkers can try Offa’s Dyke, the Clwydian Hills or various walks along the North Wales coast and the Dee estuary – or a gentle stroll round the gardens of Tower. Rates: From £70 per person per night. From £85 to £110 per room per night based on 2 people sharing. Children over 10 are welcome. Off street parking.

St Winefride's Guest House, Holywell, Flintshire

3 Star3 Star3 Star
No SmokingOff Street ParkingDinner AvailableDisabled AccessHas WiFi/Internet
St Winefride’s Guest House has been fully refurbished, it is a 19 century former Pilgrim Hospice, in earlier times it gave shelter and care to poor pilgrims. After World War II, it became a Guest House. The Bridgettine Sisters, have run the Guest House since 2008, and they cordially welcome all to St Winefride’s Guest House which is open all year around. The Bridgettine Sisters practice a Monastic Prayer life and provide service to pilgrims visiting the Shrine of St Winefride’s Well, and holidaying visitors. The Convent Chapel is adjacent to the Guest House and is open to all who want to spend some time in prayer. All rooms are en-suite: single, twin, family and also disabled friendly, equipped with bath or shower; tea and coffee, central heating, TV and telephone. There is a lounge for the residents and a dining room Full board, half-board or bed and breakfast Meals are available by arrangement for non residential groups There is a free car park For more additional information please contact, The Bridgettine Sisters, St Winefride’s Guest House, 20 New Road, Holywell, Flintshire CH8 7LS, North Wales. Tel: UK 01352 714073 Tel: Outside UK 0044 1352 714073 Email: Guest Convent: BRIDGETTINE SISTERS RETREAT CENTRE The Bridgettine Sisters at Holywell are part of the Order of the Most Holy Saviour of St Bridget. The Sisters first calling is to the monastic tradition in daily Liturgical prayer and singing the Divine Office. They take part in daily Mass and Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament. Their second calling is to hospitality. The Sisters in Holywell run St Winefride’s Guest House providing accommodation for Pilgrims and visitors to the Holy Shrine of St Winefride. It is an ideal place for retreat, weekend, holidays or for a quiet time in prayer for those who come to visit St Winefride’s Well. Anyone who wishes to have a quiet time or private organised retreats are also welcome to take part in the Sisters prayer in the Convent Chapel. For further details please contact Bridgettine Sisters. Tel: UK 01352 714073 Tel: Outside UK 0044 1352 714073, Email: Guest House:

Celyn Villa B&B, Carmel, Holywell, Flintshire

PPPN £55
PR2S £56 - £60
4 Star4 Star4 Star4 Star
No SmokingOff Street ParkingGardenDinner AvailableDisabled AccessHas WiFi/Internet
Celyn Villa B&B boasts quaint, rural bed and breakfast accommodation in the small Flintshire village of Carmel, just a short distance away from the bustling town of Holywell. Our location is ideal for walkers and those looking to discover North Wales, whilst also well situated to visit the cities of Liverpool and Chester. All of our comfortable bedrooms are presented as doubles but have the flexibility to be booked for single, double or twin occupancy. We also have an extra single bed we can put into our Rose Room for an extra adult or child. All have sea views and are tastefully decorated and furnished to make your stay as enjoyable as possible. Celyn Villa offers: Single, Double and Twin Rooms (extra bed available). Tea, coffee, biscuits, TV, hair dryers, toiletries in all rooms. Large guest lounge with TV, DVD, video, games and books. Free Wi-Fi. Off road parking and secure lock up for cycles. Celyn Villa was built around 1855 and has been the Vicarage (Manse) to the local chapel and the village post office. Its main claim to fame is that the aunt of Emlyn Williams (Welsh dramatist and actor 1905-1987) ran the Post Office here during the 1930’s and it is said that he was a regular visitor. The 'Celyn Breakfast' is first class and will set up even those with a really good appetite for the day. Lighter options also available and packed lunches can be provided with notice. Both breakfast and evening meals are served with other guests all sharing our large dining table. Our B&B is centrally placed between Chester and Snowdon overlooking the North Wales Coast. Ideal for mountain and coastal attractions as well as for exploring this lovely part of North Wales. The beautiful Clwydian Hills and Moel Famau form the backdrop to this lovely area that is renowned for walking and country pursuits. Attractions close by include Greenfield Valley Heritage Park, St Winifred’s Well, as well as several first class golf courses, leisure centres, horse riding and craft centres. The North Wales Coast is just 20 minutes away, with Snowdon and Liverpool both 45 minutes by car. At the end of a busy day why not enjoy a home cooked evening meal at Celyn Villa or visit one of the many pubs serving good food locally. For more information please visit our website. Rates : £55 per person per night (single occupancy). From £56 - £60 per room per night based on two people sharing. £71 - £85 for a family room. Children are welcome. Sorry, no pets. Disabled facilities by arrangement - please enquire for exact details. Wi-Fi/internet access. Off street parking. Dinner available. 4 Star Visit Wales.

Pantasaph Farm, Holywell, Flintshire

PR2S £70
4 Star4 Star4 Star4 Star
Allows PetsNo SmokingOff Street ParkingGardenDinner AvailableHas WiFi/Internet
Pantasaph Farm Bed and Breakfast near Holywell offers spacious, comfortable and affordable accommodation and superb breakfasts. The bedrooms are large, well equipped and supremely comfortable. There is a private sitting room with fridge freezer, kettle and microwave so guests can relax and unwind after a hard day’s walking (or shopping!). Each room has tea and coffee making facilities, TV and a hairdrier. Ironing facilities and WiFi internet are also available. Breakfast should be a highlight of the day and at Pantasaph Farm we can promise you a breakfast worth getting up for! Evening meals are served by arrangement and make a great end to the day. We welcome children, walkers and cyclists and (well behaved) dogs. We have a high chair and travel cot for toddlers, secure storage for your bikes and lovely walks for your dog.
We also know that occasionally it can get a bit wet in Wales and boots/clothes/dogs/children can get a bit muddy. We have a hosepipe for use in the yard to clean your boots/bike/dog and we’ll even dry your clothes for you. The washing and drying of children is another matter entirely. Pantasaph Farm is ideally situated to explore all that North Wales has to offer. Conwy with it’s wonderful castle, Chester’s medieval Rows and the Welsh coast are only a short drive away. Rates: £70 per room per night based on 2 people sharing. Single occupancy of a double room is £50. 10% discount for more than 1 nights stay. Children are welcome. No smoking. Pets are allowed. Off street parking. Dinner is available. Wi-fi/internet access. 4 Star VW.
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