Bach y Graig Farm

Tremeirchion, St Asaph, Denbighshire, LL17 0UH, Wales

Welsh Tourist Board

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.
Stay in this super 16th Century historical farmhouse with undisturbed views of the Vale of Clwyd for an unique experience. Centrally situated for North Wales attractions, Chester, Snowdonia and all coastal resorts. Ideal walking countryside close to Offa's Dyke footpath.
Enjoy a hearty farmhouse breakfast. We use 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.
Bedrooms: 1 double, 1 twin & 1 triple
All with private/ensuite, bath/shower/wc.
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.

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