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Llanbedr, Gwynedd, North Wales


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Tenure: Freehold

Cae Nest Hall is situated just a short distance north of the village Llanbedr in a pleasant countryside location. Llanbedr, including a large section of the nearby coastline, lies within the boundaries of the Snowdonia National Park - the contrast between the sea, its lovely sandy beaches and the dramatic rocky mountainscape of the Rhinog range, offers splendid opportunities for a variety of activities and pursuits right on your doorstep. The village grew up around the slate quarrying industry and in more recent times for its war time airfield. The airfield now offers pleasure flights, definitely a way to see this magnificent area! Llanbedr has local amenities and a public house yet is conveniently positioned midway between Barmouth to the south and historic Harlech to the north. The main shopping town will arguably be Porthmadog. The main A496, which serves this section of the Cambrian coastline is complemented by the national Cambrian railway line which makes connections between Pwllheli, Aberystwyth and Shrewsbury. This coastal route offers some stunning and dramatic scenery whichever direction you take.

Tucked away in a splendid countryside location on the periphery of Llanbedr, a small traditional Welsh village situated along a magnificent section of the Snowdonia National Park, is Cae Nest Hall - a substantial and imposing stone built Detached Manor House, a residence of immense character with accommodation laid out over 3 floors (complete with cellar) and sitting within extensive mature garden grounds. Exceptional views can be enjoyed from the upper levels of the north wing towards the sea, Tremadog Bay and the Lleyn Peninsula beyond. The property dates back to the Georgian period (although it's thought that a residence has resided here since the 15th century) and as such enjoys all the period features and dimensions that Georgian architects were famous for with exceptionally thick walls, many of which have window seats, deep fireplaces, high coved ceilings and a wide turned staircase. Cae Nest Hall was formerly run as a country hotel business - it has 11 bedrooms, of which all but one have en-suite facilities and as such, has scope to be returned back into a business but could equally be divided to create apartments/accommodation to suit - subject to planning consents and approvals. You may be interested to know that Cae Nest Hall is on the 'Wales Screen Commission' as an approved film location. The accommodation benefits from a combination of LPG and solid fuel central heating. For its layout and dimensions, please consult the details and floorplan within the sales brochure.
It is well worth noting that the accommodation could be split into 2 self-contained units with relative ease. This would allow the main part of the house at the ground floor level to retain the entrance porch and most of the hallway, along with both the drawing and dining rooms, as well as the kitchen, while providing 6 bedrooms, all with en suite facilities laid out over the first and second floors. The other unit will have the benefit of a spacious sitting room and snug together with a fitted kitchen on the ground floor and 5 bedrooms with four having en suite facilities, on the other floors, ideal holiday let potential.

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