On arrival you will find the accommodation modern, clean and comfortable with the beds already made up. Accommodation includes:
Families Welcome - Cots, high chairs and stair-gates (already fixed to wall) are available, most guest like to bring their own cot bedding. If you would like bedding for the cot just drop us a line.
Kitchen, with dining table - fully equipped including a dishwasher, 'washer/dryer', Dualit coffee maker, microwave, electric cooker, toaster, fridge with freezer compartment, a small chest freezer, ironing facilities. We provide many of the basics you require for your holiday such as washing up liquid, dishwasher tablets, dishcloths, toilet rolls, salt, pepper, tea & sugar.
Sitting room- Free-standing oil fired cast iron stove, 2 double sofas, Colour Satellite TV ('free-sat' & Netflix) with DVD player. Wire-less broadband (5MB), DAB radio with Bluetooth facility.
Central heating with all heating charges included in your weekly rent. A selection of books, games and DVDs are also provided.
Cloakroom -with WC and wash hand basin.
Bathroom – Double ended bath (taps in the middle) chrome mixer shower over bath, wash hand basin and WC. Towels are included
2 bedrooms - sleeps 4. One bedroom with a king-size bed and one bedroom with two single beds. The ‘Laura Ashley’ Victorian style beds are already made up on your arrival. All bed linen is provided: Duvets & covers, sheets, pillows & covers. Flat screen TV on wall of double bedroom.
Please note; Due to the old character of the house, the bedrooms are inter-linked – going through the first bedroom with King-size bed reach the twin bedroom with 2 single beds.
Ample private parking. Direct access onto large lawns and ¼ acre enclosed garden and a Zip Wire
You are welcome to walk anywhere on the farm including the 35 acres of bluebell woodland, parkland and hayfields. Ideal for picnics.
A courtesy footpath from the house takes you to a vantage point at 1,300ft with panoramic view of the Vale of Clwyd (left, with sheep in the foreground; click to enlarge)
Plas yn Iâl is a working farm and you are welcome to watch the lambing and other seasonal activities.
Plas yn iâl is located at the end of a tarmac drive that runs from the main road (A5104) through open parkland:
There is a gate at the bottom of the drive, off the main road, which may be closed. A further gate leading into the gravelled front of the accommodation may also be closed
The parking for the accommodation has a gravel surface. There is a 10metre gravel path to the front door of the accommodation. There is one step up from the gravel path to the front door.
The floor level to hall, downstairs WC & kitchen are on the same level. There are 2 steps from the kitchen into the lounge.
Access to the first floor is via 15 steps that consist of: up 10 steps, plateau, left, up 2 steps, plateau, left, up 2 steps – onto the landing.
Door off landing to Bathroom: shower over bath.
Door off landing to bedroom with double bed, door through to bedroom with twin (two single beds).
Access to the twin room is through the double.
There is good mobile phone reception for Vodafone, Orange & T-Mobile (O2 and Tesco is poor)
"The house is really lovely and very spacious for a family of four. It is very well equipped with everything you could need with lots of little extras like books, dvd's, children's toys and a lovely little welcome pack"
"It is beautifully presented, everything is good quality and appropriate, there is wifi, Netflix, lots of books, and lots of information about walks and places to go. Oh, and the bed is super comfy!"
"What a fantastic and comfortable cottage, such a relaxing time. To us a good stay is a comfortable bed and it certainly was a good nights sleep! A well equipped cottage you want for anything."