Nr Cardigan, Pembrokeshire, SA43 3BJ
£950,000   Guide price (£950,000 )


Impressive lifestyle change opportunity. Established holiday cottage complex with significant turnover. Excellent coastal location. Bordering 2 popular tourist counties. Substantial 4 bedroom main farmhouse. Attached 1 bed annexe. 6 holiday cottages with Visit Wales 4 Star Grading. 1x4 bed, 1x3 bed, 3x2 bed, 1x1 bed. Outdoor heated swimming pool. Football field and separate play area. Large general purpose outbuilding. Landscaped grounds & gardens. Pasture paddocks and fields. In all, set in about 8 acres (stms) with water and road side access.

Start quote Trenewydd is a very successful holiday complex, which includes 6 letting units, a 4 bedroom farmhouse (ideal for bed and breakfast) with attached one bedroom annexe and an outdoor heated swimming pool which has the benefit of solar heating. The views from the property extend across the surrounding countryside towards Cardigan. This is a turnkey business, with numerous bookings already in the diary. For those looking for the ‘Good Life', there are about 8 acres (stms – subject to measured survey) including three paddocks, and facilities to keep chickens. Trenewydd offers considerable potential to a couple or family looking for a wonderful place to live, combined with a good income. The immaculate cottages have attained a Visit Wales 4 star accreditation and there is also dedicated, high speed broadband in all cottages and the farmhouse. The farmhouse can be separated into 2 wings – the main wing offers extremely spacious family accommodation and is also capable of offering accommodation for bed and breakfast guests. The smaller self contained wing would be ideal for an elderly relative – or indeed it could be used as a separate holiday let or even further bed and breakfast accommodation. There is no onward chain with this sale. End quote


Trenewydd Farm Holiday Cottages enjoys a delightful coastal location just outside the famous Pembrokeshire Coast National Park with its miles of award winning beaches and stunning coastline while the equally impressive Ceredigion Heritage Coast (renowned for its dolphins) is just as close across the River Teifi estuary. It is only about 1.5 miles south west from the picturesque village of St Dogmaels on the above river that provides for all the day to day needs, including schools, shops, a post office, restaurants and traditional village pubs, along with the impressive ruins of the 12th Century Abbey. Just across the river is the popular market town of Cardigan with its own award winning renovated castle, dating to the 11th and 12th Century. Good road connections provide quick access to other neighbouring towns in the surrounding counties including Carmarthen and the A48 M4 link road to the south east (about 27 miles) taking you onto Swansea (about 58 miles), Cardiff (about 98 miles) the Severn Bridge and beyond.

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Main Farmhouse Ground Floor
The solid wood front door gives access to an entrance vestibule that has a tiled floor. The patio door leads to:
The spacious Sitting room has a real warm and welcoming atmosphere and is used by family or by the bed and breakfast guests. The focal point of the room is the fireplace set in a stone surround with a solid wood mantle. It has the potential to be used as an open fire. There is a window to the front. Door through to:
With plenty of space for a large table and chairs, the Dining Room is ideal for entertain friends and family, or perfect as a breakfast room for guests. This room is the oldest part of the property and has a wonderful inglenook fireplace with a wood burning stove and original Oak beam. There is a large window to the front and a small feature diamond shaped window. The glazed double doors give access to:
The oak wood flooring creates a light and bright feeling, which is enhanced by a large window to the rear and patio door leading to a tiled entrance porch and landscaped private lawns. The base and eye level units provide useful storage, and the Kitchen is well equipped for the bed and breakfast operation with an oil fired Rayburn. There is space for a fridge/freezer, plumbing for a dishwasher and washing machine, a sink with twin drainers. To the side is space for table and chairs.
There is plumbing for large washing machine and tumble dryer, sink with twin drainer, and base units. Storage space for linen and other supplies is provided by a large walk in cupboard. There is a wide window to the rear. The Utility Room also houses the LPG gas boiler. There is a door through to the rear entrance and annexe.
This is perfect accommodation for an elderly relative, with a useful living space and bedroom / sitting room and wet room fitted with
facilities for a disabled person. The annexe can also be accessed from the rear entrance. Stairs from Hall to:
First Floor
There is a lovely seating area next to the window to the front. It is popular spot for guests who wish to relax and enjoy the extensive rural views.
This is a large double bedroom. Perfect as a bed & breakfast guest room. The two built in double wardrobes provide excellent hanging space. The large window to front offers fantastic views across the countryside.
Another large double bedroom that benefits from fantastic views to the front. Currently used as a family room for B&B guests, there is plenty of room for a double bed and 2 x single beds.
The generously proportioned bathroom is well equipped with a bath, large power shower unit, wash hand basin, WC, and a heated towel rail. The frosted glazed window to the rear, a feature round window and the wood effect flooring combine to make this a light and bright space.
A good sized bedroom that is currently set out as a twin room. The large window to the rear offers views across the surrounding paddocks.
This large double bedroom has a charming feature of a round window to the side. Together with the large window to the rear, they combine to make this a lovely bright, warm and welcoming bedroom.

The Cottages
There are 6 cottages graded Visit Wales 4 Star. Three either side of the entrance drive. They are well equipped for holiday letting, and two can be linked together to accommodate large family groups. There is one cottage with four bedrooms, one cottage with three bedrooms, three cottages with two bedrooms and one cottage with one bedroom. This offers flexibility for guests and appeals for those on short breaks, as well as the more traditional one or two week holiday makers. All of the cottages have economy 7 storage heaters. Three have large patios and lawns and the other three have lawned areas. There are wooden picnic benches with all the cottages. All cottages have high speed broadband connection. A new website has recently been commissioned which is both PC and mobile friendly taking online bookings and payments.

Detailed descriptions of the internal layouts of the cottages are available but the 6 cottages comprise:

Ty Mawr 3 bedrooms
Ty Canol 2 bedrooms
Ty Twt 1 bedroom
Bwthyn Derw 4 bedrooms
Bwthyn Onnen 2 bedrooms
Bwthyn Castan 2 bedrooms

Trenewydd Farm Holiday Cottages has been set out to make any guests stay enjoyable and memorable. The heated open air swimming pool is hugely popular with families and is the unique selling point for the business. There is a filter room and associated specialised solar panel. There are surrounding wall and under-water lights. There is also substantial steel barn currently used for storage as well as a garage and workshop and has the potential to be converted to an indoor games room for guests. In all, the property extends to about 8 acres (stms – subject to measured survey) with mains water and road side access which include 2 large fields, 3 paddocks, a kitchen garden, a chicken enclosure plus a large football field which is perfect for visiting children to kick a ball around. The separate children's play area with swings and see-saw is next to the BBQ facilities. The vendors also have a pets corner with Rabbits, Guinea Pigs and Chickens. There is a productive vegetable patch, a greenhouse and a private garden to the side of the Farmhouse.

General Remarks and Stipulations

Value Added Tax
Should the sale of the property or any right attached to it be deemed a chargeable supply for VAT purposes, such tax will be payable by the purchaser in addition to the sale price.

Trade Fixtures & Fittings
Trade fixtures, fittings, furniture and equipment will be included in the sale should the purchasers wish to purchase the property as a going concern. An inventory is available from the vendor's agents. The contents of the farmhouse and the barn will not be included in the sale of the complex. There are currently two hot tub spas which are a bonus to the business and can be taken to separately to the sale. Accounts will be made available to interested parties only after viewing.

Wayleaves, Easements and Rights of Way
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights, including rights of way, whether public or private, light, support, drainage, water, and electricity supplies and any other rights and obligations, easements and proposed wayleaves for masts, pylons, stays, cables, drains and water, gas and other pipes, whether referred to in the Conditions of Sale or not. Please check with the Highways Department at the local County Council for the exact location of public footpaths/ bridleways.

Plans, Areas and Schedules
Any available plans are for identification and reference purposes only. The purchaser(s) shall be deemed to have satisfied himself as to the description of the property. Any error or mis-statement shall not annul a sale or entitle any party to compensation in respect thereof.

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Daniel Rees

Savills Cardiff

12 Windsor Place



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