Butler's Flat

Cefn Park, Wales (Ref. 904980)

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Cottage features

  • Off road parking
  • Open fire
  • Smoke-free
  • Garden / Patio
  • Washing machine
  • Dishwasher
  • Games Room
  • Broadband / WiFi
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The property

This beautifully-presented first floor apartment is located in the wing of the owner’s 18th century stately home, on the edge of the popular shopping town of Wrexham, close to Chester and North Wales.

Individually-styled and furnished, with features including original servant’s bells and sash windows, providing bright and airy accommodation, this North Wales cottage provides an excellent base for couples looking for a romantic break or country getaway.

Accessed from the courtyard via a communal staircase, this North Wales cottage features a cosy sitting room with an open fire, an adjoining kitchen with dining area, a spacious, stylish bedroom with a king-size bed, and a Victorian-style bathroom with bath and shower over.

You will have use of a separate, ground floor games room with full-size snooker table, traditional bar area and library area with a woodburning stove.

Outside in the grounds you have access to miles of walking trails, stabling, tennis courts and picnic areas, along with a secluded sunny patio area with bistro furniture.

When you’re ready to venture a little further, you will find the shopping delights of Wrexham close by, and further afield, the Roman city of Chester, with its picturesque river and historic buildings waiting for you to explore.

This delightful, North Wales, self-catering apartment is ideally located to enjoy the many local activities across the area, whatever time of year you arrive.

Note: This property can be booked with Ref.

19835, together they sleep 4.


All first floor. One king-size double bedroom. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with open fire. Shared external games room with snooker table and woodburning stove.


Eco central heating with open fire. Electric oven and ceramic hob, microwave, fridge, washing machine, dishwasher, Smart TV with Freeview, DVD, iPod dock, WiFi, selection of books and DVDs in games room. Fuel, power and starter pack for fire inc. in rent. Additional fuel available to purchase from owner on request. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Off road parking for 1 car in courtyard. Bike storage. Horse stabling available at additional cost, by prior arrangement with owner. Shared use of tennis court by arrangement. Shared patio with furniture and 1000 acres of grounds, farmland and BBQ areas. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shops and pubs 2 miles. Note: Guests will need to be responsible for their horse whilst staying at the property. Note: Patio shared with other holiday property. Note: Adults and babes-in-arms only.

Note: Adults and babes-in-arms only.

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
  • Last minute
  • Christmas

Guest Reviews


    • “A little haven”
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    • “Delightful apartment (not an ordinary flat) with fire place and logs, matches and newspaper all ready to light. Welcome pack with wine, bread and milk etc. Quiet, a game room with full side snooker table, DVD and book library , good wifi connection. Hope to back very very soon.”

    Topquark, Birmingham, May 2015

    • “Well equipped, cosy, clean. Fabulously comfortable bed.”
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    • “The butlers flat is a great home away from home in the stunning Cefn Park estate. Philippa and Archie ensured everything was just right, and it was. Location wise: great walks (stunning views along Offas Dyke Path from nearby Trevor), mountain biking, (fast swooping single track and challenging technical sections on the black trail at Coed Llandegla) and exhilarating white water rafting and canyoning (National White Water Centre, Bala) are all within a drive. Butlers flat was a joy to return to each evening. This is truly charming holiday accommodation with oodles of history and excellent facilities. Oh and a full sized snooker table in the games room.”

    WalshyK, September 2014

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    • “The property has many original features and was furnished in keeping with the stately home. So many places to visit were very easily accessible by road from Butler's Flat.”

    Mrs Dalgarno, Somerton, September 2015

    • “A great location for our stay, with lots of places to visit and stunning scenery on site. The house itself is amazing, you actually feel you have travelled back in time. Will return again soon.”

    Mr Neave, Faversham, September 2015

    • “Butler's Flat was very peaceful and in a good location with amenities very close by. The apartment layout was good, and the log fire was amazing, making for a very romantic evening watching a movie - It's a place with a lot of charm, perfect escape for a romantic break.”

    Mrs Monton, Lancaster, August 2015

    • “Quiet relaxing and unusual accommodation. The games room was very good and there were large grounds to explore. There were lots of places to visit within 10-15 miles or walks nearby without using the car. Lots of information was available and it was clean & cosy.”

    Miss O'shea, Doncaster, April 2015

    • “Butler's Flat is excellent for a couple wanting to get away alone and have some privacy. It was absolutely perfect for our requirements. The family who live there are very nice and the information in the welcome pack was very good. Local walks were good exercise also.”

    Mr Fitzsimmons, Runcorn, November 2014

    • “Location of the property was within beautiful countryside whilst still being close enough to shops. The property itself is in excellent condition with all the necessities for a comfortable stay either in the flat or nearby within the building. The quality of the accommodation cannot be overstated providing excellent value for money.”

    Mrs McWilliams, Glasgow, October 2014

    • “Butler's is a lovely holiday let. The owners were very welcoming and the estate beautiful.”

    Miss Walsh, London, August 2014

    • “Warm, comfortable and peaceful accommodation with wonderful countryside walks in the grounds. The flat was furnished to very high standard with period features like an open fire. We would definitely recommend this as a holiday and will definitely be returning!”

    Mr Rogers, Orpington, August 2014

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About the location


Wrexham centre 2 miles; Chester 13 miles.

Situated in over 1000 acres of parkland, Cefn Park dates back to 1730, with the latest additions being built in 1910. Located on the edge of Wrexham, the largest town in North Wales, Cefn Park is also within driving distance of the historic city of Chester and many places of interest including Pontcysyllte Aqueduct, a World Heritage Site. Steeped in family history linking back to Charles II and containing many artefacts from the Charge of the Light Brigade, Cefn Park in 2011 was featured on national TV and in newspapers due to the restoration of the original Victorian kitchen that had last been used during the Second World War. Today guided tours of the estate, which include a visit to the Victorian kitchen, can be enjoyed. The town of Wrexham offers a number of shops, pubs and restaurants, whilst nearby are the National Trust owned Erddig and Chirk Castle, which are well worth a visit. Chester, situated just into England offers something for everyone. From the Roman walls and amphitheatre, the wonderful Tudor ‘Rows’ and the beautiful medieval church, to the racecourse, famous zoo and walks along the River Dee, Chester has it all. Back into Wales, the stunning Snowdonia National Park is within driving distance. An ideal location for exploring North Wales, Cheshire, Shropshire, or even the island of Anglesey.

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