The Old Coach House Luxury Bed & Breakfast
The Old Coach House Bed and Breakfast is in the heart of the beautiful conservation village of Llanasa in North Wales. The Coach House was built in 17th century and is set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The Old Coach House was originally built as the coaching stables for the vicarage, housing the coach, horses and the coachman and family. After being left unused for many years, it was sold by the church in 1969. The new owner rescued it and totally renovated it. We moved here 25 years ago and have spent years refurbishing and extending it to make it a comfortable rural home.
We are 3 miles South of Prestatyn on the North Wales Coast and approximately 7 miles from Holywell. Close to the A55, the main artery through North Wales,we are within easy reach of the wonderful historic city of Chester to the east or beautiful Conway and Snowdonia to the west and to Holyhead for ferries to Ireland. Just 2 miles from Offa's Dyke footpath, we are conveniently placed for exploring the Clwydian Range Area Of Natural Beauty.
Some of the castles of North Wales to visit are Conwy, Rhuddlan, Denbigh
Penrhyn, Harlech, Beaumaris, Caernarfon.
National Trust properties including Erddig, Bodnant Gardens, Penrhyn Castle and Plas Newydd. Bodrhyddan Hall (stately home and gardens), St Asaph (Cathedral) and Bodelwyddan (Church and Castle) are within easy driving distance.
Llanasa is a quiet, peaceful village. The Old Coach House reflects that tranquility. Sit in the garden and watch the birds that regularly visit us.
We offer: King size bedded rooms, Wide choice of breakfast menu with vegetarian option and we aim to use local produce and eggs from our own chickens. TV/DVD with Freeview, Tea and coffee making facilities, Hairdryer, Own bathroom, Clothes drying facilities, Bike cleaning services, Private secure parking, patio area in garden, Packed lunches available on request.
Cheque, BACS, Cash (Unfortunately we cannot accept cards)
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This page was last updated: 01 February 2013