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Pantasaph Farm B&B
All rooms are on the first floor with either en-suite or private bathroom and own front door at the top of the stone staircase. Families are welcome, as are dogs and walkers.
We have a spacious and comfortable B&B suite that can be easily adapted to accommodate families / couples or single guests as required. Enjoy a relaxed atmosphere with fridge/freezer, microwave, toaster and kettle in our guest sitting room, as well as tea / coffee facilities in bedrooms.
Cakes are offered on arrival as well as at the end of the day, and local cheese is in the fridge. Homemade jams and marmalade finish off a hearty breakfast featuring mostly local produce.
This is a great base for exploring North Wales & the Chester area on foot, bike or by car.
Contact: Christine Artus
Holywell Golf Club
Pennant Park Golf Club
Bryn-Baw Riding Centre
Café & Award Winning Gardens at Holywell Pet Cemetery
my house is about 150yrs old
The Pet Cemetery Cafeteria
Enjoy a stroll around the award-winning grounds of the pet cemetery and visit our cafe, which offers home-cooked food.
The Mill on the Hill
A lovely cafe situated in Holywell near Winefreds Well.
Open 10 till 5 Tuesday to Saturday, 10 till 4 on Sunday.
The Piccadilly Inn
The newly renovated Piccadilly Inn is an intimate and cosy restaurant and public house in the heart of the picturesque town of Caerwys. Although it appears to be big on the outside, it offers a homely and cosy atmosphere.
Black Lion Inn
The Black Lion is a 13th century coaching inn - based in the heart of the country with breathtaking views towards Moel Famau. Its restaurant and bar offer a wide range of home cooked British food and real ales.
The Crown Inn is a free house based in the village of Lixwm, offering a variety of guest ales and with an Egon Ronay recommended restaurant.
The Cherry Pie Inn
The Cherry Pie is open Tuesday to Saturday lunchtime and evening, and Sunday lunchtime all the year round.
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