Part of them was built by the Welsh princes (Ewloe and Caergwrle) and the other part was built by the Normans (Flint and Hawarden). St Winefride's Well (steeped in legend of St Winefride) was one of the most revered places of Christian pilgrimage in Europe.
Enjoy "Morning Coffee" or delicious Afternoon Cream Tea. Easy access to ground level includes restaurant, craft and antique areas.
Choose from our delicious homemade Gateaux's, cakes, cream scones and puddings. "Puddings for those that diet and those that don't ! Main course specials from 7.95 Puddings and sweets 3.50.
Michael's Church and others, and, of cause, famous stained glasses.
Between the 17th and 19th centuries development of the region was connected with coal, clay and trade industries.
Flintshire is a unitary authority with the Country statues in the north-east of Wales.
Being a frontier country between England and Wales, Flintshire had played significant role in the history of Wales.
Today Flintshire is developed region with significant level of industry including Airbus, Toyota plant, Corus and TATA steelworks, Shotton Paper, Hanson Cement, internet company and others.
The largest towns are Connah's Quay, Buckley and Flint. Most of Flintshire is rural with series of hills and mountains called the Clwydian Range and Halkyn Mountain.
We are open every day serving a fantastic range of Homemade cakes, Lunches and Tea/Coffees.