Cae'r Go Cottage Bed & Breakfast, Cilcain

Barbara  and John Skidmore have lived at Cae'r Go for over 30 years .
Cae'r Go was build in the late 18th century and retains many of its original features such as exposed beams and Inglenook fireplaces.
Cae'r Go,  was used as a smithy for many years. 
Cae'r Go Bed & Breakfast is sited in attractive gardens. There are wonderful views of Moel Famau in the distance.
Guests are free to enjoy the gardens and tables and chairs are provided both on the lawn and in the summerhouse. There is also a public footpath nearby for guests who wish to walk into the village of Cilcain.