St Mary's Mews,
St Mary's Mews provides comfortable accommodation for two people in the picturesque town of Mold. This modern ground floor flat is close to the local shops, restaurants and coffee shops. The nationally reknown local theatre, Clwyd Theater Cymru, is also close by and there is an excellent local museum offering visitors an insight into Mold's prehistoric past. This historic market town has a twice weekly street market, where you can purchase high quality locally produced Welsh food.
Mold is within easy reach of the Clwydian Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and Snowdonia National Park. North Wales offers unrivalled walking, fishing, rock climbing, horse riding and biking and much more. There are many unspoilt beaches on the North Wales Coast, including the seaside resorts of Rhyl, Colwyn Bay, Llandudno and Harlech. The island of Anglesey is only one hour away too. The coastline offers many things to do
including marine mammal watching and water sports. North Wales also offers history buffs a wealth of historic sites to visit including the castles of Flint, Rhuddlan, Conwy, Caernarfon, Harlech and Beaumaris to name but a few.
Also nearby, you can visit Loggerheads County Park, the medieval market town of Ruthin and the roman town of Chester are all well served by the local bus service.
Keen golfers are well-catered with two eighteen hole courses within a short drive of Mold. All in all, St Mary's Mews is an excellent base for exploring North Wales.
- Bedrooms: 1 double
- Sleeps: 2
- Bathrooms: 1
- Electric oven and hob
- Liverpool airport, 38 miles
- Manchester airport, 47 miles
- Nearest railway station: Chester 19 miles, Buckley 7 miles
- Golf courses within 10 miles
- Walking, cycling, fishing and rock climbing
- Selection of pubs and restaurants within 100 yards
- Off-street parking
- Stabling for horses available nearby
St Mary's Mews, Mold,
Flintshire, CH7 1NT