Nantyweirglodd Isaf, Llanfyrnach, SA35
15 bedrooms
£1,150,000

Fine & Country: 01834 862138

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• LIFESTYLE BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY IN PEMBROKESHIRE WITH 5 DWELLINGS IN 11 ACRES OF LAND • OWNERS FARMHOUSE PLUS FOUR ESTABLISHED 4 STAR COTTAGES IN STUNNING RURAL LOCATION • FULLY RENOVATED TO A HIGH STANDARD COMFORTABLY ACCOMMODATING UP TO 24 PERSONS • REGISTERED SMALLHOLDING WITH ALPACAS, PIGMY GOATS, DUCKS, CHICKENS, GEESE &RABBITS • TRULY BEAUTIFUL GROUNDS WITH WOODLANDS, A STREAM + RIVER OFFERING FISHING RIGHTS • TWO YURTS WITH SCOPE FOR FOUR MORE, PLUS A SEPARATE CAMPSITE IN THE RIVERSIDE AREA • SEVERAL OUTBUILDINGS PROVIDE THE OPPORTUNITY FOR FURTHER LETTING ACCOMMODATION • OFF ROAD PARKING FOR UP TO 20 VEHICLES, PATIOS TO EACH DWELLING & WOODLAND PATHS Overview A rare opportunity to purchase a truly special lifestyle business - already a successful entity, that provides an owner's farmhouse, four cottage dwellings - accommodating a crowd of 24 holiday guests, two log cabins, a stone outbuilding, a large equipment storage shed with power and light, plus two yurts (6 permitted) and a riverside campsite (19 pitches) with full facilities and a separate entrance. All set in 11 acres of beautiful landscaped grounds, woodland and pastureland with a babbling stream and the river Taff along the borderline. Expansion of the business could be possible by the addition of log cabins, shepherd huts, a restaurant, hosting corporate events or the development of a full holiday camp (subject to local planning permission). The location is nothing short of stunning - idyllic in everyway. No busy roads nearby, no pollution, scenically beautiful, with only the sounds of nature to sooth the senses. Over the years the vendors have developed large lawned areas, woodland paths between mature trees and large flowering shrubs, pretty cottage gardens brimming with perennials, attractive animal enclosures, elevated terraces and sun gardens as well as the addition of two log cabins. The smaller cabin is presently used as the business office and welcome centre, with the larger one a perfect indoor games arena, set away from the cottages with a large lawned area to the fore. Tons of play sand was added to create a children's ''beach' alongside the shallow stream where little ones happily play with buckets, spades and toys stored in a delightful beach hut alongside - all the under the watchful eye of their families who can observe from the large picnic lawn or the elevated terraces of the cottages. A woodland walk on a broad, well laid path (formerly a railway line) alongside the river provides a lovely walk to enjoy the grounds eventually leading to the yurts and riverside campsite. An old railwaymen's hut has been restored with the original rear brick wall and chimney along with the working fireplace. A screened, elevated area of the gardens, close to the cottages even has a 5 man hot tub for guest use. The sense of calm and wellbeing experienced by holiday makers here at Wellstone has resulted in returning guests year after year. Location The estate is situated just outside the village of Llanfyrnach in Northern Pembrokeshire - an area of outstanding pastoral beauty, steeped in history. The well known Pembrokeshire National Park is three miles distant, the well walked ruggedly beautiful Preseli Hills are four miles away, and the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path is ten miles. Crymych - three miles away is the closest town with a comprehensive selection of shops include a grocery store, butchers, bakers, pharmacy, eat in and take-away restaurants and leisure facilities. The pretty, bustling market town of Cardigan is ten miles distant where there are numerous beaches, a good selection of independent shops, grocery superstores, restaurants, and all other necessary facilities.


Original Farmhouse The current owner's residence since 2003, the original farmhouse at Nantyweirglodd Isaf is most definitely worth of a ''chocolate box' description! Of whitewashed stone construction with a slate roof, pretty peaked porch, small paned windows with the walls adorned by climbing roses, the house is redolent with character features that include flagstone floors, exposed beams and trusses, ancient timber lintels, and deep slate silled windows. The property is believed to be nearly 300 years old.The accommodation comprises of an entrance hall with flagstone floor, exposed beams and wood paneled walls. The sitting room features a wood burner set in a stone fireplace with slate hearth, exposed beams and stone wall, with an archway through to the carpeted dining room with rear facing window and half glazed door to a delightful cottage garden. The ''proper' farmhouse kitchen has exposed beams, solid wood cupboards and work tops with inset Belfast sink and a recessed oil fired Aga. In addition there's an integrated gas hob, oven/grill and extractor fan with light in a timber canopy.Upstairs there are four bedrooms - two singles and 2 double sized, one of which has an ensuite shower room. A spacious family bathroom sits between the two front bedrooms. Jasmine Cottage A delightful cottage adjoining the original farmhouse - likely built in the 1900's, has a pretty bay window and entrance porch with two dormer windows above. Features include a beamed sitting room with flagstone floor and wood burner, spacious, well equipped dining room/kitchen, plumbing for washing machine with vaulted ceiling and apex windows featuring lovely views of the gardens. There's a ground floor shower room and ground floor bedroom plus two double sized upstairs bedrooms with a family bathroom. Jasmine cottage has old world charm with modern day comforts and conveniences as well as a private patio and garden accommodating up to 6 persons.Ivy CottageA cosy cottage for two people with the luxury of a private hot tub set on a secluded, elevated patio overlooking the expansive grounds. Open plan kitchen/diner with conservatory sitting room alongside. A large bedroom with garden views and a dressing area, with a shower room alongside. Honeysuckle CottageA semi detached cottage of stone construction adjoining The Coach House. The open plan ground floor has a comfortable lounge with part exposed stone walls, lovely garden and woodland views, well equipped kitchen with breakfast bar and dining room alongside. The first floor has an ''L' shaped double size bedroom and a single bedroom - both with Velux roof windows, and a contemporary bath/shower room. Honeysuckle Cottage sleeps 4.The Coach HouseThe largest of the rental properties built of stone with a slate roof with a very attractive appearance, The Coach House has the facility to comfortably house a group of twelve in spacious communal areas that include a wonderful open plan living/dining/ kitchen area with vaulted ceiling and extra large Velux roof windows, as well as a super log burner on a slate hearth with an impressive polished timber lintel/mantelpiece. The well equipped kitchen has 2 electric ovens, 1 large gas hob, fridge, freezer and dishwasher and plumbing for washing machine. The dining area can easily accommodate a dozen people and the spacious sitting room comfortably accommodates a crowd. There are five very comfortable bedrooms, two of which are on the ground floor, as is a shower room and separate toilet. An elevated terrace runs the width of the cottage overlooking the landscaped grounds, woodland and riverside. Outbuildings Log cabin / OfficeLocated next to the parking area at the entrance to the property a timber cabin is set up as a welcome station and office.Storage BuildingA large storage building with light and power features large doors permitting the storage of garden machinery and tractors. A good sized shed sits alongside.GreenhouseA ventilated aluminium and glass greenhouse with racking and tables sits close to the animal enclosures.Welly ShedA pretty stone outbuilding close to the courtyard is available for holiday guests to store wellington boots or make use of the washing machine and tumble dryer. Large Log CabinA well constructed, fully insulated, 40' x 20' log cabin with a well finished interior divided into two rooms. One is presently used as an indoor playroom and the other is beautifully set up as a games room with carpeted floor and wall lamps, presently housing a snooker table. This could be converted to another holiday let dwelling (stpp).ServicesMains electricity, mains water and sewerage - UV filtered water supply, oil central heating and hot water, with private drainage. Directions