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B and Bs in St Asaph

Tan-yr-Onnen
Waen
St Asaph
North Wales

LL17 0DU | View map
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Tan-yr-Onnen offers quality bed and breakfast (B&B) accommodation near St. Asaph at the head of the Vale of Clwyd in North Wales. This bed and breakfast is set in a rural location, just off the A55, and is an ideal holiday base from which to explore North Wales.

There are six bedrooms. Four are ground floor king-size rooms with ensuite superior bathrooms. Ground floor rooms enjoy the benefit of French windows opening onto a terrace, for you to enjoy the beautiful view on a summer's evening with a cool glass of wine. Upstairs there are two luxury suites, with a spacious comfortable sitting room and large bathroom.

All rooms are furnished to a very high standard and all of them offer colour TV/DVD/Freeview, tea and coffee making facilities, radio alarms, fluffy towels and bathrobes, and all those little extras to make your stay all the more enjoyable.

Guests can relax in the warm and comfortable lounge, or enjoy the newly built, spacious conservatory - an ideal place to plan your next day exploring North Wales. A computer with free Internet access is also available for your use for checking webmail etc. Wi-fi is freely available as well.

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Ratings/Awards: AA 5 Diamonds Gold
WTB 5 Star Gold Award
Best Accommodation For Wales 2009/2010
Number of Rooms: 6
Number Ensuite: 6

Price per Room:

Double: £85 - Single rate £65
Twin: £85 - Single rate £65
Suite: £120 - Single rate £90
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Evening Meal Provided - Available from March 2010
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