Oakenholt Farmhouse is a spacious grade 2 listed Farmhouse with interior wood work and beams, dating back to 1450 which has been sympathetically renovated to provide lovely comfortable homely accommodation for visitors on both short or long stays, on holiday or visiting the area on business to the Flint area or Deeside Industrial Park, which is now only 5 minutes away via the new bridge. Visitors will see a new land mark, the Dee span bridge on the newly diverted A548, which is the new gateway to Wales from the M56.
The farmhouse is situated amidst open countryside on the Dee Estuary midway between the historic town of Flint, famous for its castle, built by Edward 1st in 1277, and Connah's Quay which was founded on boat building, fishing and smuggling, little of these sadly remain. The lounge is situated in the oldest part of the once medieval hall house and is beamed as is the hall with exposed crook beams in the walls.
Guests are accommodated in spacious, comfortable, co-ordinated cottage style rooms equipped with hot drinks facilities, en-suite, double/twin rooms and family rooms, towels are provided, central heating and TV.