West Wales Properties was founded in 1992 with its first office opening in Haverfordwest, quickly followed by the opening of the Narberth and Milford Haven offices. Further expansion into the south of Pembrokeshire with the opening of Pembroke and Tenby offices, and additional offices at Fishguard, Cardigan, Carmarthen, Newcastle Emlyn and Llanelli.
In 2000 West Wales Properties joined up with an associated office in Mayfair, London which concentrates on achieving maximum exposure through the national media.
- Lifestyle / Business Opportunity
- Established Luxury 5* Country Estate
- Detached Barn Conversion Residence
- Holiday Cottage, 5 B&B suites & Garden Room
- Superior Standard of Finish and Fixtures
- Exceptional Reviews on Trip Advisor
- Outstanding Landscaped Grounds with Croquet Lawn
- Convenient location to local attractions and National Trust beaches
Nestled in the heart of the Ceredigion countryside, this estate is a rare find, offering the tranquillity of nature and serene views of the surrounding countryside, combined with a standard and style expected of modern day living. The estate comprises a superbly renovated two bedroom barn conversion, a four bedroom self-catering holiday cottage, five luxury bed and breakfast suites with 5* rating, and a bijou garden room, all with the benefit of ample parking and access to the lovingly tended manicured grounds.
This property offers an escape from the hustle and bustle, and to retreat to this impressive estate. Each of the properties have been tastefully renovated to honour the character of the original buildings, whilst providing a luxurious standard of accommodation. Proudly achieving a Cymru Wales Gold Award every year since opening, Good Hotel Guide and Alistair Sawday’s Hotel of the Year, the business continues to prosper, with repeat guests and outstanding reviews.
Nestled in the heart of the Ceredigion countryside, the estate is a rare find, offering the tranquility of nature and serene views of the surrounding countryside, combined with a standard and style expected of modern day living.
The estate comprises a superbly renovated two bedroom barn conversion, a four bedroom self-catering holiday cottage, five luxury bed and breakfast suites with 5* rating, and a bijou garden room, all with the benefit of ample parking and access to the lovingly tended manicured grounds.
The property offers an escape from the hustle and bustle, and to retreat to this impressive estate. Each of the properties have been tastefully renovated to honour the character of the original buildings, whilst providing a luxurious standard of accommodation.
Proudly achieving a Cymru Wales Gold Award every year since opening, Good Hotel Guide and Alistair Sawday’s Hotel of the Year, the business continues to prosper, with repeat guests and outstanding reviews.
A Hint of History...
The original farm was built in approximately 1860 and maintained its sheep and cattle farming heritage until 1985. From a working farm to a hotel in 1985, the conversion took almost three years.
Boasting wooden beams and fireplaces, the farmhouse is steeped in traditional character, and was so highly regarded that County Landowners Association awarded a ‘Best Farm Building Conversion in Wales and West of England’.
In 2010, the hotel underwent a major refurbishment after fifteen years of trading, and the current owners have since transformed it into the unique and profitable estate it is today.
Barn Conversion Residence
Currently the owner’s residence, this barn conversion has been executed to an exceptional standard, offering a wealth of character and charm, effortlessly co-ordinated with modern convenience and high-quality fittings.
The breakfast room for guests provides a main entrance to the property, with full-length windows allowing natural light into the room, with exposed stone walls, A-frame painted beams and feature wood burning stove. An impressive archway with double doors leads into the dining room, with sumptuous décor and comfortably sized for a six seated dining table, with second arch leading on to the drawing room, boasting a reclaimed oak fireplace with multi-fuel stove, window seats overlooking the courtyard, and access to the cosy sitting room; the ideal retreat.
Through to the heart of the home, the custom designed kitchen, with cream gloss fitted units, granite worktop and feature duck egg blue Rayburn range, high-quality appliances and central island offers space with style, flowing into the open plan morning room, with French doors out to the garden.
The utility room, boiler room, rear hall and office offer practical space for the running of the business, with storage space, space and plumbing for washing facilities, all within easy reach of the personal accommodation and guest breakfast room.
The master suite’s wall of windows and French doors floods the room with natural light, further benefiting from a walk in wardrobe with hanging rails and spacious bathroom with two wash hand basins and roll-top bathtub. The second double bedroom is situated next to the modern shower room with corner cubicle.
Originally the estate farmhouse, the property retains many of its original features, offering sizeable accommodation equipped with modern convenience and country charm. The farmhouse kitchen provides a fitted kitchen with integrated appliances, with the utility room offering washing facilities and further fitted unit storage, and an exterior laundry room provides further washing facilities; ideal for families and larger parties who plan to make the most of their stay. Both the living and sitting rooms are family sized and the ideal space to relax after a day exploring Ceredigion, with homely furnishings and fireplaces warm up next to. The master suite includes a walk in wardrobe and a modern en-suite bathroom, the three further bedrooms enjoy the use of the family bathroom, with overhead shower.
Two adjoining garages provide practical space for storage for gardening equipment, with a log store alongside.
Bed & Breakfast Suites and Garden Room
Each stylish suite has been designed to accommodate a relaxing sitting room, refreshment area, luxury bathroom, private patio and garden. The fixtures, fittings and furnishings are all of a high standard, with an elegant décor in keeping with the tone of the estate. The two suites located on the first floor boast character features such as A-frame painted beams, with double glazed windows providing incredible views of the well-kept grounds and countryside beyond.
The garden room is a hidden treasure within the estate, with a private garden and covered pergola, yet still within convenient distance from the breakfast room and parking. The accommodation comprises a beautifully styled double bedroom with small sitting area, en-suite shower room and built in closet space; ideal for a couples retreat.
Approached by a country lane through the picturesque Ceredigion countryside, the estate benefits from two vehicular access points and ample parking for several vehicles, with the main driveway bordered by vibrant flower bordered, welcoming you from the moment you drive in.
The communal gardens have been meticulously designed and are spectacular to behold, with seating perfectly positioned throughout, ideal for guests to appreciate the celebration of nature comprising manicured shrubs, well-kept lawned gardens, a croquet lawn, mature orchard with various apples, a honey-bee hive, fragrant herb garden and a vast selection of mature trees, including evergreens and oaks, with a babbling stream running along the eastern boundary.
Each of the B&B suites, the holiday cottage, and garden room enjoy an enclosed garden and seating area, so guests can sit, relax and soak in their surroundings merely steps from their accommodation.
To the rear of the barn conversion residence is a substantial garden exclusive to owner use, including a lawned garden with mature shrub and tree borders, and a decked patio seating area ideal for al fresco dining in the summer months.
There is a paddock, measuring approximately 9.47 acres, which is available subject to separate negotiation.