Tan Yr Onnen Guesthouse

Guest House in St Asaph, Clwyd

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St Asaph
LL17 0DU

Tan Yr Onnen Guesthouse, St Asaph

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Whether its for a short luxurious break or for a stop over on business, Tan Yr Onnen is the ideal location. This family run guesthouse has been only been open since 2006 but already their reputation for quality and excellence has spread the world over. Patrick and Sara offer quality accommodation in all of their rooms.

There are 4 King size rooms on the ground floor all with Super Kingsize beds and private en-suite facilities. Upstairs are 2 magnificent suites comprising of a comfortable lounge with large armchairs and sofas leading onto a Kingsize bedroom with high quality oak furniture. The large bathroom has both a bath and a shower with a double vanity unit.

All of the rooms have flatscreen televisions with DVD players and Freeview. Tea and coffee facilities with fresh milk in the silent running fridge are also provided along with fluffy towels and bathrobes and all the little touches you need to make your stay all the more comfortable. For those with laptops Wifi wireless internet is provided at no extra cost.

Start your day with a superb breakfast. Fresh fruit salad, yoghurts, cereals and fresh home baked bread feature here along with a cooked breakfast to savour. Patrick and Sara are dedicated to using fresh local produce and only the best will do.

After a busy day you dont have to feel trapped in your room. Why not enjoy a relaxing evening in the lounge or the large conservatory. Although they do not offer an evening meal service they are able to recommend a number of local pubs and restaurants and are happy to make reservations on your behalf There are many reasons to commend Tan Yr Onnen but the best way to find out about this little gem is to try it.

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From: £65.00

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