Stokyn Hall Bed & Breakfast

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House History

Stokyn Hall Farm is one of the most original Edwardian Houses in Flintshire, and  is a Grade 2* listed by 'Cadw' ( Historic Building Society), having been in the family for nearly a hundred years,

This house dates back about 1650 and is mentioned in the books 'Tours of Wales' by Thomas  
Pennant. During the early nineteenth century significant changes were carried out by the Roskell family, who's personal wealth came from the local smelting works, George Roskell became the first Lord Mayor of Flint.

The Victorian Kitchen

 This original Victorian kitchen, still has the servants bells!
 and two house keepers cupboards, the table itself  was so big;
 when we were renovating the house it was one of the only pieces 
 of furniture that didn't leave the house as it was to wide for all the doors!! 

This entrance hall is based on a 'Tudor Style' of
dark panelling and the heavily carved fireplace,
decorated with 'William Morris Compton' wallpaper
with the  'Gothic Style' porch outside.

The Gothic Style Main Entrance Hall

cedar tree
The Old Cedar Tree in the Garden

picnic area
Guest picnic or barbecue area

Can you please pay by either Cash, Credit Card or by Bank Transfer ( Baccs).


 Contact Details
James & Llinos Penman, Stokyn Hall,  Greenfield, Holywell, FLINTSHIRE. CH8 9DN

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Tel / :- Mrs. LLinos Penman Land line:-   01352 711264
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