Set within 200 acres of farmland, Bach y Graig offers free private parking and views over open countryside. This historic Grade II listed building was the first brick building in Wales. Each room includes a flat-screen TV, a radio, and tea and coffee making facilities. The en-suite bath or shower rooms have complimentary toiletries and a hairdryer. Some rooms have access to free WiFi and original brass beds. In the mornings, Bach y Graig serves a hearty cooked breakfast. Dishes are prepared using locally sourced and home-grown produce. The dining table is an oak refectory table and dates back to the 1700. Guests at the Bach y Graig can enjoy a stroll along the trail in the 40 acres of woodland, which was once hunted in by Edward the Black Prince. The historic market towns of Denbigh, Ruthin, and St Asaph are nearby.