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St. Asaph

6 Results In Or Near St. Asaph
1.4 miles from the centre of St. Asaph
Tan-yr-Onnen offers quality bed and breakfast accommodation near St. Asaph at the head of the Vale of Clwyd in North Wales and was The Best Accommodation in Wales according to The AA in 2009 and Visit Wales Gold Winners for the last 5 years. 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. This accommodation is only a few minutes drive from the St Asaph Business Park and is ideal for professional business guests
1.9 miles from the centre of St. Asaph
The White House is a family-run restaurant, based in Rhuallt, North Wales. As well as the restaurant, the White House also boasts eight superior en-suite rooms (including 2 suites), a comfortable dog-friendly bar and function room facilities for weddings, conferences,funeral teas and private functions.
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2.7 miles from the centre of St. Asaph
16th Century 5 star farmhouse in the beautiful Vale of Clwyd North Wales with undisturbed views of the surrounding countryside.
4.1 miles from the centre of St. Asaph
The Kinmel Arms, North Wales, offers luxury rooms and exquisite award winning gourmet food set within the stunning scenery that is St.George, Abergele. Ideally situated along the main rambling routes of North Wales, The Kinmel Arms is located just off the A55, 15 mins from Llandudno and 25 mins from Chester.
5.4 miles from the centre of St. Asaph
Eriviat Hall is a wonderfully situated self-catering retreat near cheshire that will provide a satisfying stay to lovers of scenery, nature and peace and quiet. The accommodation itself is ideal for special occasions, has a period style and retains many of its original features despite having been extensively refurbished. Modern luxuries and kitchen facilities allow for a flexible time, with a Lion King dining room and crystal chandeliers particularly popular with guests, as is the chance to ...
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7.6 miles from the centre of St. Asaph
A converted welsh stone barn c1860 beautifully decorated and surrounded by fields and woodland with distant coastal views. Set in a peaceful location above the old market town of Abergele and the small village of Rhyd y Foel.
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