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• 14TH CENTURY FARMHOUSE, 3 BED ANNEXE & 2 BED GRANARY IN GWAUN VALLEY
• AWARD WINNING BUSINESS AS B&B, HOLIDAY LET & FORMER RESTAURANT
• STUNNING GROUNDS & GARDENS WITHIN PEMBROKESHIRE COAST NATIONAL PARK
• 200FT WATERFALL, IRON-AGE FORT, NATURALISED PONDS AND FOOTPATHS
• BIOMASS BOILER SERVICES FARMHOUSE & ANNEXE (ANNUAL REBATE PROGRAM)
• IDEAL FOR FAMILY/MULTI GENERATIONAL LIVING AND/OR LUCRATIVE BUSINESS
Tregynon is a traditional Welsh farmhouse believed to date back to 14C with 3 bed annexe, plus a 2 bedroomed Granary, set in stunning grounds of approx. 5 acres, overlooked by Carn Ingli (Mountain of Angels) within the renowned Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. This is Bluestone Country the land from which came the famous Bluestones forming part of Stonehenge, and indeed parts of Tregynon .
Since 1980 the current owners evolved Tregynon into a highly successful B&B, hotel and restaurant boasting an excellent reputation receiving many awards for hospitality and food services. Due to pending retirement it is now a comfortable family home with sideline B&B business. The opportunity exists to re-establish the business as well as further develop additional commercial services.
The setting is truly stunning featuring large naturalised ponds, a 200 foot waterfall, an iron-age fort, medieval enclosure and ancient forest, with paths leading to the valley floor below. Sited at the foothills of the Preseli Mountains yet 15 mins from the mile long sweep of Newport sands and perched high on the edge of the spectacular and mystical Gwaun Valley with its ancient oaken forests. Nature and beauty surround the estate with a plethora of wildlife that call Tregynon 'home' including buzzards and red kites, whilst goshawks, harriers, peregrine falcons, polecats and otters are also seen from time to time. Even the majestic osprey occasionally stops by on its migratory trips to and from Scotland.
The vendors having lived at and enjoyed this heavenly location for many wonderful years, consider themselves 'Custodians' of this special property, and have provided a warm welcome and comfortable accommodation to many visitors'. The National Park's top award for sympathetic renovation of the buildings, the landscaping of two naturalised ponds and construction of a footpath network through the forest was well placed!
Approached by a 1/2 mile private driveway, the peaceful view of the farmhouse, The Granary and outbuildings settled into the unspoiled countryside with spectacular mountain backdrop is enchanting.