My wife and I wanted a place to stay in North Wales for a few days while we walked the first 40 miles or so of Offa's Dyke Path, and Mair's house being some 20 miles (as the boots walk) from the northern end seemed ideal. In fact, it turned out to be perfect.
The accommodation, a small private sitting room, bedroom and bathroom (with a luxurious bath for a post-walk wallow), was on the ground floor, clean, nicely appointed and decorated. One enters the property through the common front door and porch, but there is a lockable door to the guest's 'wing'. There are no self catering facilities as such, but as well as cooking breakfast for us each morning, Mair said that we could use the kitchen if we wanted, and she made space in the fridge for anything we might want to put there.
As a host, Mair could not have been friendlier or more helpful; plenty of advice and information about local pubs, eateries and castles, and as something of a walker herself, full of tips about the local terrain. She didn't even laugh at our abysmal attempts to pronounce the place names. Most importantly she very kindly gave us lifts to the points where we intended to start each day's walk, (which sometimes involved complicated two car drop off arrangements), and thus we were able to concentrate on the purpose of our holiday - walking Offa's Dyke path - without wasting any time or effort. As a result, we had an excellent walking holiday, operating out of a very comfortable 'base camp' - thank you very much Mair.
Unfortunately, subsequent stages of the Path will take us further south, and it is unlikely that we shall return. However, if we ever do, we shall be sure to see if Mair has room for us again.