Occupying an enviable position in Denbighshire, just a stone’s throw away from the North Wales Expressway, providing easy access to the magnificent Snowdonia National Park is Plas Coch, an imposing Grade II listed property, built with an attractive period red brick.
This historic property boasts 13 bedrooms, large sociable areas and lush grounds, offering a wonderful base for large groups to gather to celebrate a special occasion or to explore the vast array of things to do within this North Wales area.
Enter into the property, dating back to 1667, to be impressed by the clever blend of period features with contemporary furnishings and features, which a comfortable holiday accommodation for all ages to enjoy.
Venture into kitchen, where a range of quality appliances are arranged against sleek kitchen units, where you and your loved ones can rustle up home-cooked meals, that can be enjoyed within the formal dining room with seating for up to 26 people.
The dining room provides an opportunity for everyone to gather together to dine, pop open a bottle of bubbly, play board games brought from home or plan the day’s ahead, a great space for making up for lost time.
As you move through the property, you will find an array of seating areas, which are ideal for those seeking some peace as they delve into a book whilst the larger sitting areas, found on both the ground and first floor are ideal for the more sociable moments as a group.
After an action-packed day of exploring and when sleep calls, be spoilt for choice by the 13 bedrooms that await you, each one enjoying their own en-suite shower room, quality linens and towels and good storage space to keep your holiday belongings.
On the ground floor, you will find four double bedrooms and two twin bedrooms, whilst on the first floor there are a further seven bedrooms comprising of both double bed and twin beds, providing a flexible sleeping arrangement to suit all party make ups.
If you can tear yourself away from this spectacular abode, venture into the small city of St Asaph, where you will find a number of eateries, ranging from traditional Welsh pubs, classic inns and bistro eateries, where you are guaranteed to sample the finest choices of ales and locally sourced produce.
As well as its beautiful cathedral to explore, there are a number of shops awaiting to be enjoyed in this unique Welsh city.
Take a scenic car journey to the coast, where you will find the traditional resort towns of Rhyl with the famous beachfront or travel slightly further along the A55 to find the coastal delights of Colwyn Bay and Llandudno.
Those feeling adventurous can explore the majestic beauty of the Snowdonia National Park, where you can climb the highest mountain in Wales or one of the many challenges peaks in the National Park, as well as Zip World forest and Bounce Below for those adrenaline seekers amongst us.
With so much to keep you entertained in the local area, there is no better choice than Plas Coch for large groups to come together.
About the location
Denbigh 6 miles; Chester 28 miles.
St Asaph, though small, was awarded city status in 2012, even though it boasts a population of little over 3500 occupants. Lying in the Vale of Clwyd, six miles between Denbigh and the coastal town of Rhyl, in North Wales, St Asaph enjoys a strategic location overlooking the rivers Clwyd and Elwy. The city offers delightful riverside parkland and a children’s play area with picturesque river walks where you may see kingfishers, sparrow hawks and buzzards. St Asaph is home to a historic cathedral, dating back 1400 years in areas and holding the reputation of being the smallest, ancient cathedral in Britain. It is also renowned as the location where the Bible was translated into Welsh in the 16th century. In September, the city comes alive with the arrival of the North Wales International Music festival, which takes place across numerous locations, culminating for the last few years in a television finale, broadcast from the cathedral. St Asaph offers numerous amenities and activities, from traditional pubs, to gastronomic dining experiences, numerous craft and gift shops and local clubs offering a 9-hole golf course, horse riding, angling, and crown green bowling, as well as a thriving leisure centre and the Tweedmill Retail Outlet. A superb holiday location for exploring this picturesque area of North Wales.