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Tremeirchion, ST ASAPH, LL17 0UH

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Farm House

Dating from the 16th century, this Grade II listed building is said to be the earliest brick-built house in Wales and retains many original features, including a wealth of exposed beams and inglenook fireplaces. Bedrooms are furnished with fine period pieces and quality soft fabrics. Ground-floor areas include a quiet lounge and a combined sitting and dining room, featuring a superb Jacobean oak table.

  • Bach-Y-Graig
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Tel:01745 730627
Please quote 'The AA'.

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  • Children welcome
  • Central heating
  • Lounge with TV
  • WiFi
  • No coach parties catered


  • En-suite rooms: 2
  • Rooms: 3
  • Family rooms: 1
  • Tea/coffee making 
  • 3 rooms with TV (Freeview)


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3m SE of St Asaph. Exit A525 at Trefnant onto A541 to x-rds with white railings, left, down hill, over bridge, right
Nearest station: Rhyl
Nearest motorway: A55 junct 27A

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