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Sleeps 15 adults Bedrooms 7 Bathrooms 6 Pets Not accepted Region North Wales Town/village Mold

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Lloyd Hall, Mold

From the moment you sweep down the driveway and first see this manor, you know you are somewhere very special. This impressive Grade 1 listed Jacobean Manor House really does have the 'wow factor' and provides an ideal venue for an exclusive holiday or event. Despite its splendour, Lloyd Hall is very much a family house providing you and your guests with a unique and very special luxury holiday in North Wales. For those who dream of living the Downton lifestyle this really is the holiday home for you. Lloyd Hall is in the grounds of the Pentrehobyn Estate about 1 mile to Mold, 16 miles to Chester, 17 miles to Llangollen and 23 miles to Liverpool.

The manor house has a friendly, cosy feel, beautifully presented with gorgeous antiques and luxury soft furnishings. The reception room, with medieval panelling, is furnished with comfortable sofas and chairs and boasts the large original fireplace and mullion windows with lovely views across the garden and estate. This room leads through to the splendid drawing room with another large fireplace, double French doors to the lawns and gorgeous views across the gardens from the triple aspect windows. The half-panelled dining room has a huge open fireplace and tables and chairs to seat 20 in grand style. The kitchen is fully-equipped with four-oven Aga plus a Rangemaster electric stove, dishwasher, microwave, large fridge/freezer and breakfast area with table and chairs for six. For those wishing for a truly relaxing holiday catering can be provided on request. There is a ground floor cloakroom with basin and WC.

A stunning oak staircase leads to the first floor, where there are four luxurious bedrooms and four stylish bathrooms. The main bedroom, with views across the gardens, was the original drawing-room in the 18th Century and has a superking size bed, and a flatscreen TV. Its en suite bathroom has a bath with handheld shower attachment, basin and WC. There are two large double bedrooms (one with a four-poster bed), each with a flatscreen TV, and a fourth bedroom with king size brass bed and flatscreen TV. Each bedroom has a private bathroom with a bath, handheld shower attachment, basin and WC. There is a small lift from the kitchen into one first floor bathroom, if required.

A further three bedrooms are on the second floor. One has a king size bed and a bathroom with power shower, bath, washbasin and WC. There is a family suite with two bedrooms - one a 4' double and the other with three singles (or single and super king size if preferred); these two bedrooms share a family bathroom with bath, basin and WC. Also on the top floor nestled below original oak roof beams (see if you can spot the carpenters' marks), is a superb room with sofas, a huge flatscreen TV complete with DVD library and a selection of games and books. All seven bedrooms are finished to a very high standard with gorgeous soft furnishings, luxurious Italian Frette linen; duck feather pillows and duvets as well as bathroom products.

The manor is approached down a tree-lined drive and is surrounded by some 100 acres of estate grounds. Within this are 3 acres of lawns and garden within the surrounding stone wall of the Hall. The estate land leads down to the River Alyn. Please see 'Local Area' for further details of the surrounding area and of optional activities available.

£1000 security deposit requested please

Electricity and heating included. A good supply of logs for the fires is provided

Bed linen, towels and toiletries provided

Cot, high chair and stairgate available

No smoking please

  • Cot
  • Dishwasher
  • Freezer
  • High chair
  • Open Fire
  • Wireless Broadband
  • Parking, Private
  • Ground Floor W.C.


Check in / Check out

Standard check-in is 4pm and standard check-out is normally 10am on your day of departure. In some cases these times vary. Always check your booking confirmation paperwork for correct timings or ask your local agent.


Located close to the English/Welsh border, this is a bustling historic town with weekly markets taking place and home to the impressive medieval church of St Mary. The town library displays many Bronze Age artefacts which were discovered locally, and the centre piece of the town is the Norman motte and bailey castle. The formal park is a lovely spot for a picnic, and the Theatr Clwyd has a variety of drama shows, music and dance productions.

Just a short drive from the town is Alyn Waters Country Park, with marked walks through woodland and along the river. There is also a visitor centre with information on the history and wildlife of the park, on the Llay side is a nature reserve ideal for family groups with a programme of activities and events for children. The ancient pilgrimage site of St Winefrides Well is also worth a visit.

There are plenty of lovely walks to choose from in the surrounding area, the Nant Mill visitor centre is situated in the Clywedog Valley and North Wales is also home to the famous Pilgrims Way and the Clyydian Range so this is a perfect area to visit for walkers who enjoy coastal paths and countryside strolls. Greenfield Valley Park is a great family day out, there are interesting farming displays and vintage machinery as well as a blacksmith forge. Also an outdoor play area, maze and farm animals.

North Wales

North Wales showcases some of the UK's most varied landscape, from the snow-capped mountains of Snowdonia to the beaches of the Llyn Peninsula. Indeed, it is one of the only parts of Britain where you can be in the mountains in the morning and at the seaside by the afternoon. The diverse animal life of the region reflects this, with everything from otters to ospreys and seals to dolphins.

Not many places are imbued with such history and heritage, which is reflected throughout the region from cottages to castles! Attractions abound, with zoos and farms, steam railways and activity centres. There are regular events from international cultural festivals and shows to family fun days.

The area also offers a huge range of outdoor activities; walking, cycling, fishing, golf and water-sports to name only a few. In many parts of North Wales the spoken language is Welsh, not English, although people who cannot or will not speak the latter are rare, and signposts and other notices always display their message in both languages.

Area North Wales Nearest shop 1 miles Nearest pub 1 miles


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