Bed and Breakfasts in Flintshire
Plas Penucha, Nr Mold, Flintshire
This unique farmhouse has been in the family of the owner since it was built over four hundred years ago during the reign of Elizabeth I. Indeed, there was a house on this site even before that time. Over the centuries it has been substantially altered and improved, but the improvements have never detracted from the beauty of the house, and whilst there is every modern convenience for the visitor, as soon as you pass over the threshold you are wafted back many centuries. The house is situated within 2½ acres of garden which have a natural beauty throughout the seasons of the year and beyond them is surrounding farmland which, in turn, looks out towards the Clwydian Hills. The grounds contain a large rock garden and many species of rhododendron. Plas Penucha is situated two miles from Caerwys, the smallest town in the country and the birthplace of the National Eisteddfod of Wales and six miles from Saint Asaph, with the smallest medieval Cathedral in the country. It is an extremely convenient position for touring North Wales - to the east are the cities of Chester and Liverpool together with the Wirral Peninsula while in the opposite direction the whole of the North Wales coast, the Snowdonia National Park, Anglesey, Llangollen and the Vale of Clwyd are all within easy reach. We are open to guests throughout the year and as members of the North Wales Tourism Council, the standard of our accommodation is graded and verified annually by the Welsh Tourist Board. We also have a self-catering property to offer. Rates: From £34 per person per night. Children are welcome. No smoking. Pets are allowed. Off street parking. Wi-Fi/internet access. 4 Star Visit Wales.
Celyn Villa B&B, Carmel, Nr Holywell, Flintshire
PPPN £34 - £40
PR2S £56 - £60
For a tranquil Bed & Breakfast location and North Wales hospitality that you will always remember. Comfortable, spacious and relaxing bed and breakfast offered by welcoming hosts Paulene and Les. Celyn Villa 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. With excellent road links to the A55 – you are assured of a warm welcome whether your visit is for business or pleasure. Celyn Villa is rated 4 star by the Welsh Tourist Board. 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, Craft Centre 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. 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 dinning table. Double, Family and Twin Rooms available. 3 day Dinner, Bed and Breakfast breaks available. Tea, coffee, biscuits, TV, hairdryers, toiletries provided in all rooms. Large guest lounge with TV, DVD, video, games and reading material. Wi Fi Internet Access (free). Extensive supply of local information, maps and guides. Off road parking and secure lock up for cycles. Rates : £34 - £40 per person per night (sinlge occupancy). £56 - £60 per room per night based on two people sharing. £71 - £85 for a family room. Children are welcome. No smoking. Sorry, no pets. Disabled facilities by arrangement - please enquire for exact details. WiFi access. Off street parking. Dinner available. 4 Star Visit Wales.
Mountain View B&B, Afonwen, Nr Bodfari, Mold, Flintshire
PPPN £20 to £30
Welcome to Mountain View B & B and Self Catering Holidays in Flintshire, North Wales Situated in secluded grounds on the outskirts of the historic and beautiful town of Caerwys, Mountain View is the ideal place to unwind and explore the North Wales Coastline, Offa's Dyke Walking Route and Snowdonia. Whether you are contemplating a week long family holiday, an active or peaceful short break, Mountain View's Self Catering Apartment and B & B offers you a wealth of opportunity to enjoy yourself. Rates: £20 to £30 per person per night. Children are welcome. No smoking is permitted. Pets are allowed. Off street parking. Wi-Fi/ internet access.
Pantasaph Farm, Holywell, Flintshire
This stone-built old farmhouse offers the chance to relax in rural surroundings but is close to excellent road links for exploring both the North Wales coastline and surrounding hills as well as the Cheshire/Liverpool areas. A fridge/freezer and microwave located in the sitting room give guests the freedom to stay at 'home' and relax after a busy day walking/golfing/shopping. Alternatively there are a number of excellent restaurants in the area. Homemade cakes welcome you on your arrival and upon your return from a busy day-out. Tea/Coffee making facilities allow guests to take tea out into the garden or relax in the courtyard. At Pantasaph Farm B&B the bedrooms are large doubles/twin/family rooms and either have ensuite facilities or a private bathroom. The B&B suite, which is entirely located on the first floor, has its own entrance. An external hose allows guests to wash off the mud from the mountain bikes or even the dog and the muddy boots. WiFi internet access. There is plenty of private parking located at the side of the courtyard. Rates: £30 per person per night. Children are welcome. No smoking. Pets are allowed. Off street parking. Dinner is available. Wi-fi/internet access. 4 Star VW.