- Off road parking
- Ground floor accommodation
- Ground floor bedroom
- Broadband / WiFi
Reviews & Ratings
13 Customer Reviews
"Fantastic place to stay with great facilities, exactly as described with secure comfy rooms and high quality communal areas."
Good value for money
"Property was semi detached, this information wasn’t shared."
. Lots of people lived in the other property and were coming and going all the time. It was stated there were extensive grounds, it was a large garden with no other grounds. One bathroom had no light, landlady said she would get an electrician in during the week, never happened. A bathroom light was sensored and went off all the time. Needed a lot of movement to turn it back on and stayed on for various seconds, 10,12,8 and sometimes only four seconds. There was a large crack in one hob, wasn’t safe to use. The was a big crack in one window and a damaged picture frame. When we were there, door entrance to upstairs shut and locked. Phoned for help. We were told to access the fuse up high which required a chair and a tall person. Some wires were loose and live. Had to fumble about with it to find out what to do. It was not at all clear. Nor was it safe to be doing ourselves. A couple of bathrooms flooded extensively when the shower was used. Had to ask for a mop as there wasn’t one readily available. There were three beds that were very uncomfortable. Clearly the mattresses were very old.
"Overall we had a very enjoyable time at this place, however there was some negative feedback from some of our group which we list below: 1."
There were no basic necessities like toilet paper, handwash or shower gell (only what previous guests may have left behind). Luckily the stores were still open so people managed. 2. All the double beds had spring mattresses which were uncomfortable. The single beds were okay. 3. The showers in two of the rooms had no curtains or screen to stop the water coming out into the room. The guests had to use towels to try and resolve the issue. 4. A couple of the rooms had no hot water even when used in the evening when no-one else was having showers. 5. No bin bags provided or cleaning cloths The living quarters were very nice and comfortable with an excellent kitchen and dining area.
Thank you for your feedback. We are glad you enjoyed your stay. All of the furniture is in excellent working order however we do understand that customers will have personal preferences about the comfort. Our property is a self catering holiday let. We are going to provide handwash going forward but any other items for personal use, such as shower gel would need to be purchased by customers and brought with them. Toilet rolls are provided and may have been missed on changeover so I do apologise for this. The bin bags and cleaning cloths are under the sink or the utility area if needed. Some of the bathrooms are wet rooms. They dont have shower curtains. We are in the process of refurbishing the bathrooms and building a stand alone shower room with a really hot electric shower and this will be showcased on the website when completed Once again, thank you for your comments. These are very important to us and we hope to welcome you back in the future Property Owner
"We rented out this property to celebrate our parents birthdays."
There were 19 of us so trying to find somewhere suitable to accomodate us all was a challenge. Plas Coch fitted all requirements. The property was easy to find with lots of parking. The house was amazing so big and each room had its own ensuite/shower room. Would definitely book again. Thank you so much for a great stay. Mum and dad had a great birthday.
"The dinning and kitchen area was spacious and great for socializing."
Only 2 of the 13 bedrooms had toilet roll so we had to go out and by some along with washing up liquid so we could leave the place as we found it. I made the booking and paid for everything months ago so it was disappointing to get an email we had to be out at 9:30am I stead of 10am (as per your listing on the website). If I had more time I would have looked at alternate arrangements as didn’t feel request was fare
Hello Ceri We appreciate your feedback and glad you had a nice time , however, I must apologise for the shortage of toilet rolls and washing up liquid, i will take that up with the cleaners. I am sorry about the check time at 9.30, although its too late for your party, but if we had known, especially as it was a sunday you could of had a late check out. Because of your feedback, I will notify Sykes to put a note to say if guests require a later check out to inform us, which would be subject to availability, but we are happy to offer it if we can. Property Owner
"Amazing villa - thank you!"
"Great old house in a really nice location"
"Nice big house."
The kitchen was basic with adequate equipment. Parts of the cooker did not work but as we had the upstairs mini kitchen we were able to use the oven in there. Most of the showers aren't brilliant but we could juggle by using the better ones. Room 1 wet room - you needed to be quick as the water stayed for ages before drying up. Nice big rooms. WiFi not very good. Good layout of rooms.
"Excellent place, converted old nursing home so nice rooms, spacious and clean with en-suite facilities."
Great communal spaces and large kitchen great for the large group we took to celebrate new year.
"Great time with family for a few days away!"
Great location & very spacious. Only dissapointing points are the showers were warm and didnt seem to warm up and a couple of rooms showers was not working atall along with the heating in a couple of rooms, I think this needs to be sorted as with it being a very cold time of year and alot of children with us some rooms were freezing! I know the internet was stated that it is only for browsing only there was still only one room that anyone could pick up a WiFi connection. I think with these points rectified we would all most definitely consider staying here again!
"We had a wonderful stay at Plas Coch."
The property was clean with a modern feel.It felt very spacious even with the large group of 18 that stayed. The kitchen was a good size with plenty of equipment and the spare fridges came in very handy. The dining area was a brilliant space for eating and congregating. The location is excellent for visiting nearby attractions like Chester, Colwyn Bay, Prestatyn etc. We walked locally to the beautiful river, childrens play area and mini assault course.There are a number of great pubs and eateries within walking distance too. Given that we had a few children with us who enjoy the outdoors the only recommendation I would make would be to put a washing machine in the property. We enjoyed it so much that we have booked again for next year. Thank you
"It was worth spending 4 nights - The landlord was very helpful and jolly."
"Friendly owner, nice size, lovely kitchen/dining room."
Need to make sure everything in good order at least before guests arrived. Ground floor a room toilet dirty, room 1 and 2 shower no hot water, which cause lots inconvenience, even difficulty for us. I think it's fair for us to ask some money back, given these problems in the rooms.
- Over two floors
- 13 bedrooms : 4 x ground-floor double with en-suite wetroom shower, basin and WC, 2 x ground-floor twin with en-suite wetroom shower, basin and WC, 5 x double with en-suite wetroom shower, basin and WC, 2 x twin with en-suite wetroom shower, basin and WC
- Ground floor room with an electric shower only, no WC or basin
- First-floor cloakroom
- Dining room
- Sitting/dining room
- Additional 1st floor kitchen available with a fee payable, please contact Sykes Cottages for further details
- Gas central heating
- Electric Range cooker, microwave, wine chiller
- TV and WiFi , WiFi suitable for browsing only in communal areas of the property
- Fuel and power inc. in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Highchair and cot available on request
- Ample off-road parking for 20 cars
- Enclosed walled garden
- Sorry, no pets or smoking allowed
- Shop and pub within 5 minute walking distance
- Note: Due to travel direction on exit of the property, travel distance to pub and shop is around 3 miles by car
Occupying an enviable position in Denbighshire, just a stone’s throw away from the North Wales Expressway, providing easy access to the magnificent Eryri (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 Eryri (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.
Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £1000.
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.
Note: There is a Good Housekeeping Bond of £1500 for this property.
Note: There is an additional 1st floor kitchen available at an additional fee. Please contact Sykes for further information.
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