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Overlooking the Vale of Clwyd in Denbighshire, Wales, the gardens surrounding Firgrove are a blend of exotic, colourful and inspired planting that will delight gardening enthusiasts and non-gardeners alike. The house itself is a Grade II listed Georgian gem and home since the mid 1980’s to your hosts Philip and Anna Meadway who offer outstanding luxury bed and breakfast (B&B) accommodation.
The graciousness of a bygone era overlays brightly decorated rooms furnished with antiques, collectibles, art and photographs whilst from every window there are views of the garden and countryside beyond. The B&B accommodation will delight Wolsey Lodge guests - one guest room is in the main house whilst the second – the cottage suite – has a separate entrance and a sitting room with a fire. Everything a Wolsey Lodge guest could wish for in a B&B has been thought of right down to the home made cakes on your arrival.
Dining here is a particular pleasure with a menu offering local, seasonal Welsh produce all cooked to perfection and enjoyed in a relaxed and exceptionally friendly atmosphere. Breakfast features a medley of fresh fruit, cereals, yogurt, ham and cheese as well as a traditional cooked option which, together with Philip and Anna’s intimate knowledge of the best places to visit in Ruthin, Denbighshire and beyond, really will set you up for the day ahead.
Your B&B Hosts
Firgrove is home to your hosts Anna and Philip Meadway. Philip, a retired professional runs Firgrove with Anna who had retired several years before from her family’s business in Ruthin. Gardening intensively and looking after their many visitors, they enjoy regular forays to France to hunt for new delicacies for their B&B guests.
Firgrove is perfectly located Llanfwrog, near Ruthin in Denbighshire in North Wales making it ideal for for walking, exploring, bird watching, cycling and shopping. Snowdonia National Park, Ruthin and its Craft Centre, Llangollen with its festivals and the nearby awe-inspiring Pont Cysyllte aquaduct, Roman Chester and its famous ‘Rows’, Llandudno and Llandegla Forest are all within reach.