Bach-Y-Graig is a16th century farmhouse once visited by Dr Samuel Johnson and steeped in history, being the first brick built building in Wales, with the original date stone of 1567.
We offer 5* Self Catering and 4* Highly Commended AA Bed and Breakfast.
We are situated in the heart of the Vale of Clwyd with undisturbed views of open countryside. A family working farm, we can also offer fishing on the River Clwyd which runs through our farm.
Super walking countryside, with Offa's Dyke nearby. We have opened a 40 acre Woodland Trail for our guests to enjoy the many rare flowers and trees.
We have uncovered records back to the 1200's and the woodland was once used by The Black Prince, as a Royal Hunting Ground.
We are centrally situated for visiting all North Wales's attractions - Snowdonia, the coastal resorts and Chester.
Our 4* Bed & Breakfast accommodation has three bedrooms, all equipped to a very high standard. En-suites with Power Showers. Radio alarms, Colour TVs and Tea / Coffee making facilities.
Hearty breakfasts using local produce served on an oak refectory table dating back to the 1700's.
A guest lounge is available.
Our 5* Self Catering accommodation has a fully equipped farmhouse kitchen. A cosy oak panelled lounge with wood burner and a large garden with swings.
Sleeps 6 in 3 bedrooms. One has a king size curtained 4 poster bed. Downstairs cloakroom, bathroom both with with seperate shower toilet and wash basin.
The Farmhouse is unique and has a wealth of period features, oak beams, oak doors, inglenook fireplaces and is furnished to an exceptionally high standard with many antiques.
Internet wireless connection is available for a holiday or business stay.
If you would like further information please visit our website www.bachygraig.co.uk or call 01745 730627