Old Whitewell Farm
“ Home isn’t a place, it’s a feeling” Cecelia Ahern.
Old Whitewell Farm B&B offers a wonderful opportunity to just leave the busy world behind for a while, and enjoy some relaxing, quality time. This elegant, appealing property was part of the Gladstone Estate until 1899, and then later converted into a B&B in 1987, and even has its very own delightful wishing well in the front garden. If you are wishing to find a lovely, peaceful location to escape too, then your wish will come true. From the moment you arrive, the welcome is very warm and friendly and you are made to feel comfortable and relaxed. A private car park provides peace of mind, and with a separate entrance you can feel free to come and go as you please (there are two pubs close by serving lunch and evening meals). The rooms are spotlessly clean and have a cool sophistication that makes you feel instantly at ease. Wake up to a delicious home cooked breakfast and enjoy the charming scenery as you plan your day.
Penymynydd, Flintshire , CH4 0EP
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