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Bach y Graig, St Asaph, North Wales

Bach y Graig
Tremeirchion
St Asaph
North Wales

LL17 0UH

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Bach y Graig built in 1567 is steeped in history once visited by Dr 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.

The setting is superb with undisturbed views of the Vale of Clwyd. Centrally situated for touring North Wales,Snowdonia, Historical City of Chester, National Trust Bodnant Gardens and Erddig, Betws y Coed, Rhyl, Prestatyn and other coastal resorts.

There is a large oak beamed lounge with roaring log fires during those chilly evenings. Bach y Graig has the highest standard of traditional furnishings and decor in keeping with the surroundings, has full central heating and is a totally non smoking establishment.

5 Star Visit Wales Self-catering accommodation available. Short breaks also available.

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Ratings/Awards: WTB 4 Star B&B
WTB 5 Star Self Catering
AA 4 Stars Highly Commended
Wales Tourist Board Farmhouse Award
Number of Rooms: 3
Number Ensuite: 3 with power showers

Price per Person

Double: From £32
Twin: From £32
Single: From £42
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Facilities

Parking
Children Welcome
Special Diets Catered For
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
No Smoking Rooms
Open All Year
Tourist Board Inspected
Building of Historic Interest
TV in Rooms
Garden

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