Tafarn Y Waen

Accommodation, Guest House / B&Bs in St Asaph

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Tafarn Y Waen

Accommodation

Review

Here in the heart of Denbighshire, Tafarn Y Waen emerges as a gem for travelers, thanks to the seasoned hospitality of Ann Marie and Rob Moore. Previously famed for their beloved bed and breakfast in Bala, the couple brings their expertise and warmth to this enchanting venue. At Tafarn Y Waen, every detail reflects their commitment to comfort and quality. The accommodation promises a cozy, inviting atmosphere where every corner exudes a 'no expense spared' philosophy. It’s the kind of place that captivates at first visit, ensuring that guests are not only satisfied but eager to return. Whether you’re a first-timer or a returning visitor, Ann Marie and Rob make you feel right at home, proving that Tafarn Y Waen is not just a stay but an experience.

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Contact Us


St Asaph, Denbighshire , LL17 0DY

01745 582 190

www.tafarn-y-waen.com

[email protected]

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Location

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Tafarn Y Waen, Saint Asaph, UK

Nearby Attractions

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St Asaph Cathedral

Find a place in your day for a little serenity, with a superb visit to what is reputedly ‘Britain’s smallest Cathedral,’ Saint Asaph Cathedral; standing proudly upon the historic warpaths of the Welsh princes.

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Bodrhyddan Hall & Gardens

Bodrhyddan Hall & Gardens, a remarkable estate dating back to the 1690s, stands as a testament to architectural grandeur and horticultural excellence. Reconstructed in the late 17th century, the Hall encapsulates centuries of history within its walls, offering visitors a deep dive into its storied past.

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Jacksons Garden Centre

Jacksons “Boutique” isn’t any ordinary Garden Centre it has been described as many as a ‘ Hidden Gem’ From the moment customers enter the shop they are blown away

Nearby Eating Out

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The New Inn

Shimmering by the picturesque Dyserth Falls, the New Inn stands as a culinary haven, presided over by Jill and her partner for over two decades. Their long-standing presence infuses the pub with warmth and a commitment to quality

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Llindir Inn

The Llindir Inn, hidden away in the charming historic village of Henllan, Denbighshire, continues to be a beacon of traditional Welsh hospitality under the new stewardship of Leon and Samantha Gierke. This quaint thatched pub, which appears in my Wales book for the third time, radiates an authentic old-world charm

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The Piccadilly Inn

Built in 1662, in the pretty town of Caerwys, ‘The Piccadilly Inn’ was named after a racehorse owned by Lord Mostyn ( who also owned the pub).