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Reopened 4th July with weekend availability in September to November with substantial discounts available for groups of 12 or less (accommodated as two social gatherings of six).
Friday 18th to Monday 21st September reduced from £1350 to £750 (12 guests or less).
Friday 25th to Monday 28th September reduced from £1350 to £750 (12 guests or less).
Weekends (3 nights) in October and November reduced from £1350 to £750 (12 guests or less) or to £650 (6 guests or single househlds up to 10).
Half-term Friday 23rd to Friday 30th October reduced from £2100 to £1300 (12 guests or less) or to £1100 (6 guests or single households up to 10).
Due to the latest Government restrictions we can now accommodate a maximum of 12 guests in two groups of six with the house subdivided into two interconnected units. Also available to 6 guests or single households up to 10 with a further reduction of £100.
Current proprietor Peter Whitehead (71) is planning to retire soon but only when he has found a new owner who will honour all existing bookings and commit to improving the Deeside experience and restoring the adjacent Deeside Coachhouse. Click here to view our new sales brochure pdf with full details of our three residential properties. If you would like to receive a copy of the printed brochure please let us know the address you would like it mailed to. For enquiries from our website please note offers in the region of £750K will be considered.
Fantastic facilities for a large group like us. Particularly appreciated having lots of space for the kids and the en-suite facilities in all the bedrooms. Everyone loved the games room and the huge telly was a big hit with all the boys! Access to the Internet also was very useful and the DVD collection is excellent. Appreciated the provision of towels, soap, shampoo etc. Like most people before us we would certainly hope to return. Many thanks.
Stockdale, Bloor, Brighouse, Williams, Hughes and Fisher families, Wrexham and Datchworth
About Deeside House
Deeside House is an extensive detached Grade II listed country house built in 1825 with the high ceilings, large rooms and good proportions you would expect in a house of this standard. The upstairs windows are predominantly the original beautiful trellis iron work (installed in 1875 to a pattern provided by the Midland Railway) with secondary internal glazing, with double glazed windows downstairs. There is oil-fired central heating and a pressurised hot water system.
On the ground floor there is a well-equipped, catering standard kitchen, utility room, pantry, drying room, large games room, offices, dining room and lounge/TV room as well as a double bedroom and en-suite wet room suitable for limited mobility use.
Upstairs are a further six double bedrooms, all with modern en-suite facilities and an additional house bathroom.