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Bach y Graig Farmhouse B&B, Saint Asaph, North Wales

Bach y Graig Farmhouse B&B, Saint Asaph, North Wales
Wales. North Wales, LL17 0UH.

16th Century 5 star farmhouse in the beautiful Vale of Clwyd North Wales with undisturbed views of the surrounding countryside.

Price per night: from £85 to £100.

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Four Star sixteenth Century farmhouse set in 200 sections of land of fruitful farmland with private angling rights on the River Clwyd. With undisturbed perspectives on the Vale of Clwyd and midway arranged for visiting North Wales, Snowdonia and the chronicled city of Chester, National Trust Bodnant Gardens and Erddig, Betws y Coed, Rhyl, Prestatyn and other seaside resorts. Convenience is accessible in customarily outfitted rooms, some with unique metal beds. All are ensuite with a decision of family, twofold and twin rooms. Likewise you may lease a completely independent wing of the farmhouse which has 3 rooms (twin, twofold and King four notice) which additionally has a parlor, completely fitted kitchen and Victorian style restroom with paw footed shower. Change over days Saturdays with at least 7 days remain. Within an hours drive you can enjoy a variation of landscapes, fertile valleys, rolling hills, moorland, the rugged mountains of Snowdonia, sand and sea of North Wales, the Lleyn peninsular and the City of Chester. At the mouth of the valley is the bustling resort of Rhyl and Prestatyn with the Sun Centre and the Sea Life Centre. Bodelwyddan Castle dates from Victorian times but there are also the 12th Century castles of Denbigh, Rhuddlan and Conwy nearby.

Bach y Graig built in 1567 is steeped in history once visited by Samuel Johnson, has retained many original features, oak beams, oak panelling, oak doors, inglenook fireplace, and is reputed to be the first brick built building in Wales. Grade 2 star architectural listing testifies to an exceptional historic pedigree. Enjoy a hearty farmhouse breakfast made using local and home produced products. These include free range eggs, freshly baked bread, preserves, farm yoghurt, bacon and sausages served on an oak refectory table dating back to the 1700. Enjoy the woodland trail and experience the delights of one of Wales's oldest documented woodlands and enjoy the wealth of rare plants and wild flowers. Over 90 species of plant have been recorded at Bachygraig including the Broadleaved Helleborine (a member of the orchid family) and there are 21 species of tree and shrub alone. There are also 3 active badger setts, though the shy animal is seldom seen. Bedrooms are equipped with tea & coffee making facilities, radio alarms and remote control colour televisions. Guests have use of a large oak beamed lounge with roaring log fires during those chilly evenings with use of a TV.


  • 16th century buildings
  • Breakfast (at additional cost)
  • Parking (free)
  • No smoking
  • Child Friendly
  • Self Catering
  • 5 Star Official Rating
  • Historic Property
  • Free broadband access (wifi)
  • Garden furniture
  • Self-catering facilities
  • Children's cots
  • Children's highchairs
  • Woodland walks
  • Television
  • CD player
  • Linen included
  • Towels included
  • Sitting room
  • Iron/ironing board
  • Hair dryers
  • DVD player
  • Washing machine
  • Central heating
  • Open log fire
  • Self-catering facilities
  • Cooked breakfast (additional cost)
  • Electric oven
  • Electric hob
  • Microwave
  • Fridge
  • Freezer
  • Recommended walks
  • Beach (a short drive)
  • Pub (a short drive)
  • Museums (a short drive)
  • Historic houses
  • Gardens
  • Golf course (a short drive)
  • Tennis courts (a short drive)
  • Recommended restaurants (a short drive)
  • Theatre (a short drive)

Arrival information

Directions: By Car: Leave the M6 at junction 20, then keep left onto the M56, North Wales, Chester, Runcorn. Continue forward onto the A494, North Wales, Queensferry. Continue forward onto the A55, Conwy. Leave the A55 at junction 28, then merge onto unnamed road. Turn left, B5429. Turn left onto the B5429. At roundabout take the 3rd exit onto the B5429, Rhuddlan. Turn right.

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