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Queensferry bed and breakfast & hotel accommodation

Visit Queensferry Flintshire and the surrounding villages and stay in bed and breakfast, hotel or self catering cottage accommodation provided by BedPosts members.

Queensferry is a Welsh town in the county of Flintshire close to the English border. It is so-named due to being the place from where ferries crossed the River Dee.

Nearby cities

Nearby towns
Nearby villages
  • Alltami
  • Aston
  • Big Mancot
  • Bretton
  • Broughton
  • Burntwood Pentre
  • Drury
  • Ewloe Green
  • Garden City
  • Golftyn
  • Hararden/Penarl√Ęg
  • Hawarden/Penarl√Ęg
  • Higher Shotton
  • Kelsterton
  • Little Mancot
  • Mancot Royal
  • Northop Hall
  • Old Warren
  • Pentre
  • Prenbrigog
  • Rockcliffe
  • Sandycroft
  • Saughall
  • Sealand
  • Shotwick
  • The Moor
  • Wepre

Information for visitors to Queensferry seeking B&B, hotel or self-catering cottage accommodation; and for accommodation-providers new to this site:

If you seek accommodation near Queensferry in Flintshire you have come to the website of a “club” of providers who offer affordable quality accommodation around UK in hotels, bed and breakfasts, guesthouses, inns, and restaurants plus self-catering cottages and apartments .

Click the tab above marked “accommodation”, browse the adverts, check availability, click read more to view the establishment's brochure page and book up by phone, email or online as offered.

You'll find advertised:

  • Queensferry bed breakfasts
  • Queensferry guest houses
  • Queensferry vacation rentals accommodation
  • Queensferry accommodation
  • Queensferry self catering
  • Queensferry hotels
  • Queensferry cottages
  • Queensferry lodges
  • Queensferry luxury bed and breakfast
  • Queensferry great hotel deals
  • Queensferry welcome cottages
  • Queensferry inns

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