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3 bedroom detached house for sale

Llanystumdwy, Criccieth, LL52

£265,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Great Lifestyle Changing Opportunity
  • Traditional Welsh Inn
  • Successfully Family Run
  • Oozing Charm And Character
  • Two Bars And Restaurant/Function Room
  • Beer Garden & Parking
  • Stables/Workshops
  • Two/Three Bedroom Owners Accommodation
  • Scope To Develope Business Further
  • Picturesque Village Location

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

The Property
They don't make them like they used to. This superb Grade II listed inn dates back some 200 years and simply oozes charm and character, with two traditional bars and restaurant/function room boasting features such as open fire place and exposed beams. Partially double glazed, and heated throughout by oil-fired central heating. Mains gas is also available, as is superfast broadband.
A warm welcome always awaits the patrons, and the current owners receive many compliments on their olde worlde gem. This is a great lifestyle changing opportunity to run your own successful business, with plenty of scope to place your own personal touch to adapt the business to suit you. Tucked away behind the property is a range of stables/workshops which would make ideal extra accommodation/holiday let or great for a studio / further business expansion, or perhaps a micro-brewery (subject to necessary consents). Be inspired and let your imagination run away.

General Information
Tafarn y Plu or The Feathers Inn lies at the heart of the picturesque village of Llanystumdwy, a marvellous location close to the famous Wales Coastal Path on the Cardigan Bay coast, just a mile from medieval Criccieth and its castle. The inn stands yards from the popular Lloyd George Museum, and the village is also home to the Dwyfor Ranch Animal Park. The area boasts several caravan sites and holiday centres (there are two campsites in the village itself, including the Camping and Caravanning Club's regional site), while the huge Hafan y Môr centre is a mile away. With these attractions so close this make great business for passing trade and locals alike.

Tafarn y Plu is a family run inn, offering the genuine experience and atmosphere of an authentic Welsh inn, a fantastic variety of local ales and home made food. The glowing reviews on TripAdvisor show just how popular the business is, while its website offers further information about the inn's history and old photographs.

The main building is of traditional stone construction, briefly comprising two bars, dining /function room, kitchen, ladies and gents toilets. The owners accommodation comprises of two bedrooms, a third bedroom/office, lounge and bathroom. Located outside is a range of stables and workshops, part of which is accessible from the main residence and currently providing ample storage. However they do lend themselves to further development (subject to any necessary consents). There is a hard standing area to the side offering off road parking, leading directly to a sizeable beer garden, while within the grounds stands a static caravan.

Tafarn y Plu, with its traditional interior, is one of only 100 pubs nationwide listed in CAMRA's publication Real Heritage Pubs of Wales. It stands opposite former British Prime Minister David Lloyd George's boyhood home and yards from the Lloyd George museum.

Dyma gyfle gwych i fyw ac i ennill bywoliaeth yng nghalon Cymreictod Eifionydd.

Entrance Hall
A warm welcome awaits, through the entrance porch opening the entrance hallway. Original slate stone flag floor, wooden stair case to first floor, lounge and grove panelling, access down to the kitchen and ladies toilets, door to the bars, door to the restaurant/function room.

Dining Room
Very popular for events and celebrations, as well as general use as a dining room, this room - known as Y Caban - seats up to 20. Original style wooden floor, exposed beams to ceiling, radiator, window to front and side elevations.

Bar One
Oozing charm and character, one is immediately immersed in an olde worlde feeling of being in a "proper pub", as so many patrons refer to it. Open fire place with surround of rare brown slate - from the quarries of Dyffryn Nantlle - and exposed brickwork, it appears to have been built over a huge inglenook fire place. Known simply as Bar Bach - "The Little Bar" - this room also features easy-maintenance red quarry tiled floor, exposed beams to ceiling, early-20th century style wooden partition wall, dado rail, window to front elevation, door through to the second bar area and toilets. Access to serving bar that services both bar rooms.

Bar Two
From a inner hallway with access to outside. Known simply as Bar Pellaf - "The Furthest Bar" - this bar lends itself for dining and drinkers. Double-glazed window to front elevation, dado rail, radiator, red quarry tiled floor. Serving bar. Access from the inner hallway to the gents' toilets.

Inner Hall
Access to fully-fitted beer cellar, which boasts an amazing capability to maintain its optimum operating temperature. Steps lead down to the inner hall. Red quarry tiled floor, exposed beams to ceiling, doors to kitchen, stores, ladies' rest rooms.

Kitchen
Fully fitted catering kitchen, offering extensive range of catering equipment with is available under separate negotiation. The business has been awarded the maximum five stars under the Food Standards Agency's food hygiene rating scheme.

W.c.
Ladies toilets. Nicely decorated, two W.C. cubicles, hand wash basin, built in storage cupboards providing ample storage space, including space for washing machine. Two windows to side elevation, window to rear elevation.

First Floor Landing
Split level landing.

Lounge
Window to front and rear elevations with deep window sills, gas fire with tiled hearth and wood surround, radiator, wood effect flooring.

Bedroom Three/study
Three steps with door opening to the room. Window to front elevation with deep window sill, radiator, fitted carpet. This room is currently used as a office by the current owners.

Bedroom One
Two windows to front elevation, radiator, fitted carpet.

Bedroom Two
Window to front elevation with deep window sill, radiator, fitted carpet.

Bathroom
White suite comprising panelled bath with shower above, W.C. and pedestal wash basin. Built in airing cupboard with boiler heated by electric immersion heater (although water can also be heated via oil-powered central heating system), window to rear elevation with deep window sill.

Outside
There is a hard standing area to the side offering off road parking, leading directly to a sizeable beer garden/lawn area, where pleasant open views can be enjoyed. Within the grounds there is also a static caravan, fitted with all amenities.

Stables
Stables/Workshops. There is a range of stables and workshops located to the rear of the property, part of which is accessible from the main residence and currently providing ample storage. However they do lend themselves to further development (subject to any necessary consents).


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17 December 2015

Nearest stations

  • Criccieth (1.3 mi)
  • Penychain (3.2 mi)
  • Abererch (4.7 mi)
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Nearest stations

  • Criccieth (1.3 mi)
  • Penychain (3.2 mi)
  • Abererch (4.7 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Purplebricks, covering Wales

Suite 7, First Floor, Cranmore Drive, Shirley, Solihull, B90 4RZ

0121 396 0881 Local call rate

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