With impressive views of the countryside and an original fireplace, this comfortable room where Peregrine Armstrong-Jones used to sleep, offers a perfect place to work with its large desk, then unwind afterwards with a soak in the bath.
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Plas Dinas Country House
We are always pleased to receive some lovely feedback from our guests. Here is a selection taken from our guest book, thank you cards and TripAdvisor...
"The drawing room and the huge open fire was beautiful and we all felt rested and relaxed after our stay."
E. Brooks, Bagshot
"It was faultless, and if you see our other reviews we are staying at very high end 5* resorts in the world and very fussy. Its a must for any traveller that likes a little luxury !!"
Svante Bergstrom, Stockholm
"Everything was perfect from our warm welcome on arrival to our delicious last breakfast there. The elegant yet cosy drawing room was the perfect place to relax with a cup of tea, and the best chocolate brownies in the world."
Maxine Sutton, Maxine Sutton
"Amazing hospitality in a beautiful setting with a touch of luxury."
Becky Supria, Worcester
"A warm welcome from hosts who go that extra mile to make your trip a memorable one. Such care and attention to detail in everything they do."
Briged Bowen, Cardiff
"The property grounds are beautiful and it's really nice to walk outside in the morning or the evening."
Cristina Sanchez, Sheffield
"Attention to the smallest of details is key here. What a magical and special place Plas Dinas is and what wonderfully talented hosts!"
Karin & Pete Evans, Stafford
"It was the extra touches such as fresh milk in your room every day, a warming log fire when you arrived back in the evenings, and the personal attention during the breakfast service that added to our high regards for Plas Dinas."
Ray Simmons, Trip Advisor
"I would thoroughly recommend this house - it has some fantastic history and you can literally spend hours walking around and taking in the abundance of information on the walls and in one of its wonderful rooms."
Chris Elkin, Talke