Pantasaph Farm Bed and Breakfast offers spacious and comfortable accommodation with superb breakfasts, cooked using local produce. Set in 6 acres of beautiful farmland, Pantasaph Farm is a great place from which to explore North Wales, Chester and Liverpool.
Located on the first floor with a private entrance from the courtyard, this room has a double, ensuite. The room is spacious and well-furnished. Within the guest sitting room, there is a TV, fridge-freezer, toaster, kettle and microwave.
The guest suite has its own front door into the sitting room. Within the sitting room there is a flat-screen TV, DVD player, armchairs, sofa and a breakfast table with chairs. It also contains a microwave, a fridge-freezer, a kettle, a toaster and sets of crockery and cutlery. Within the fridge, there is complementary juice, local milk and local cheese. Bread and cereals are also provided.
The room itself has a super-kingsize bed and a sofa, alongside a TV, large wardrobe, dressing table and tea and coffee-making facilities. There are wooden or tiled floors throughout the property. A hairdryer, full-sized mirror and make-up mirror are also provided in the room whilst shampoo, soap and conditioner are located in the bathroom.
No additional cleaning fee is charged as it is cleaned daily anyway.
Servicios y zonas comunes
Apart from the bedroom and sitting room, guests are welcome to use the garden or walk around the orchard. Plenty of parking is available and there is free wifi.
Atención a los huéspedes
As a North East Wales Ambassador, I can provide information on local restaurants and pubs, areas to explore and nearby attractions.
Various cooked breakfast options are available made using local produce. A 2-course dinner option is also available upon request for £20 per person.
I'm always around and available if needed for help and advice. Homemade cakes and biscuits are provided each day.
Otros aspectos destacables
We have a friendly chocolate Labrador called Charlie who can sometimes be found running around the courtyard although he won't enter the guest areas. There are also numerous free-range chickens who provide us with lovely eggs.
Although I'm new to Airbnb I've been hosting guests for the past 16 years. This is a rural area and I needed to work from home if our young children were ever going to be able to have school friends to play/tea etc. So that's how it started. I really enjoy cooking and I've a batch of marmalade on the stove as I write this profile. Next I'll be making welsh cakes for tonight's guests.