Stokyn Hall

Country House 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 building, having been in the family for over 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.

original victorian servants bells

The 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, with the gothic style porch outside.

Tudor style entrance hall


Stokyn Hall outdoor seating area

Patio Area

Guests are welcome to use the oudoor seating area when the weather permitts, and can enjoy a coffee with stunning views and the relaxing sound of the water feature.

Please be aware this is also a family home, we do not cater for parties. We have some very friendly animals around including cats and dogs, if you have any allergies then this may not be a suitable place for you.