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Plasifan, a former chapel, built in 1770, set in 3/4 acre of mature gardens. Parking within the ground. 5 minutes to town and station, local cinema and art centre and 10 minutes to beach or hills. Located on Offas Dyke path, national trail. An area of outstanding natural beauty.
All reviews the offa's dyke path tea and coffee making facilities fresh and dried fruit special facilities garden room lovely conservatory wet room high street small fridge have stayed here several times friendly hosts train station full welsh breakfast off road parking wonderful hospitality lovely home selection of cereals
This booking was last minute after being let down elsewhere but it turned out for the best.
It was perhaps a little more than I would have liked to spend on one night stay but actually I do feel it was well worth it.
This lovely and convenient B&B is right on the Offa's Dyke Path, amazing! The owner had forgotten about our reservation and was out of town, which we luckily learned the day before when inquiring about early check-in, so the walking company (Absolute Escapes) got involved,...More
Our host had forgotten we had a reservation here on the last day of an arduous 177 hike on the Offa's Dyke Path. For personal family reasons, she simply forgot, and only when I called her to see how early check in was did I...More
Malcolm and Swan welcomed us warmly and were most helpful in providing space for a private meeting with a visitor. Breakfast is served in a lovely sunroom overlooking the extensive gardens and exceeded our expectations. The location is only 3 or 4 minutes walk to...More
Stayed here for the second time and really like the place. Malcolm and Swan are very attentive and welcoming hosts. Rooms are cosy and the place has a lovely garden. Great breakfast too. Good location in Prestatyn, not too far from the high street.