10 bedroom smallholding for sale

Cei Bach Road, Llanarth

7,502 sq. ft.

Property Description

Key features

  • Coastal lifestyle property
  • Ideal Holiday Complex
  • Equipped activity centre
  • Set in approx 9 acres of grounds Incl 1 acre Lake
  • 3 Bed Character Farmhouse
  • 2 Bed Detached Cottage
  • 3 Bed Scandinavian Lodge
  • 7 X 2 Bed Cabins and Certified Caravan site
  • Planning Permission for 2 further Lodges
  • 1 Mile Coast 4 Miles Aberaeron

Full description


Directions - From Aberaeron take the A487 coast road south, for about 3 miles. Turn off right at the brown sign to Llain Activity Centre. Carry on for a further mile and the centre is then on the right hand side.

The Property - Llain Holiday Complex Activity Centre was established in 1991 when the current owners purchased a holiday complex in need of total renovation. Over the following years they upgraded, extended and generated the thriving business they have happily run until their retirement in 2016. The centre with all the equipment required to run an activity centre. The centre closes for the winter at the end of October each year and has reopened in the spring. In 2017 only the holiday cottages will the opening.
There is a website with lots of information about the centre www.llain.co.uk

The Business - Llain offers a great opportunity for a lifestyle purchaser with several income streams and located in this beautiful coastal region of West Wales. Planning permission is already in place for 2 further self contained wooden lodges, as well as expanding the glamping and camping business to fully exploit the potential of the property
Development of a cafe/ restaurant, gallery or retail space, weddings and events are all a possibility. As the only activity centre in the county there is huge scope.
The Thomas family have loved living at Llain and running the business in such beautiful countryside. It would be an ideal place for a multi generational family living and/or exciting new venture for a couple of families.

Llain Farm House - Built of stone and slate the original property dates back several centuries and with characterful accommodation having a farmhouse styled welcoming Kitchen with Rayburn Range and provides :-

Main Entrance - 8.99m x 2.46m conservatory - to the Inner Hall with a tile floor.
Bathroom 1 with toilet, wash basin and bath with a shower over and a built in airing cupboard
Conservatory with dwarf walls, Upvc double glazed windows and part solid, part opaque roof.

Kitchen - 5.18m x 4.78m - with an oil fired Rayburn for cooking; backed up with a built in electric cooker, dishwasher and a range of base and wall units with tiled splash backs.

Utility Room - 7.92m x 2.16m - fitted with base and wall units, plumbing for washing machine, space for fridge freezers and tumble drier.

Living Room - 7.80m x 4.90m - with a door to the conservatory, stairs to first floor and a stone fireplace with a multi-fuel stove on the slate hearth

First Floor - To Landing - with Velux window, access to loft space and with built in eaves storage

Bedroom 1 - 5.18m x 4.90m - with dual aspect windows and two large built in wardrobes

Bedroom 2 - 3.84m x 3.20m - with the original timber ceiling, two double front facing windows and built in shelves.

Bathroom 2 - with toilet, wash basin and bath. Roof light, gable-end window and a stainless steel heated towel rail.

Bedroom 3 - 3.86m x 2.62m - with sloping ceiling and two front facing windows.

Services To Main House - Mains electric and water, private drainage, private water supply from a bore hole with a uv treatment system, uPVC double glazing and oil central heating

Council Tax Band B -

Enviromental Impact Rating -

Ty Twt - Converted from a stone and slate coach house with beamed ceilings down stairs and exposed A frames and trusses upstairs.

Front Entrance - to a small hall way with the bathroom off - toilet, wash basin and bath with electric shower over.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room - 4.34m x 2.29m - with fitted base and wall units, electric cooker and space for a fridge freezer.

Lounge - 4.47m x 4.32m - with feature stone walls and the arched coach house window, corner multi-fuel stove and stairs to first floor.

Landing - with a good sized storage cupboard.

Bedroom 1 - 4.42m x 3.84m - with Velux windows and lots of under eaves storage

Bedroom 2 - 4.72m x 3.61m - with the original door to the outside steps, velux windows

Services For Ty Twt - Services for Ty Twt Cottage mains electric and water, electric panel heaters. Hot water from Kitchen supply

Council Tax Band B -

Ty Twt Floop Plan -

Bwlcheligen Finnish Style Lodge - This beautiful lakeside Finnish lodge was built in 2008 as one of three approved for the complex and currently comes under part of the business rather that as a separate dwelling house. It is highly insulated, double glazed and has a natural wood finish throughout.

Entrance - Entrance via the back door to the Utility Room

Utility Room - 4.62m x 1.88m - with fitted base and wall cupboards, plumbed for a washing machine and with a door through to the

Kitchen - 34.98m x 2.16m - fitted with base and wall units, electric oven, grill and hob with an extractor hood over. Built in dishwasher and fridge freezer.

Dining Room - 3.78m x 2.26m - with dual aspect windows.

Lounge - 4.60m x 3.84m - with three dual aspect windows and stairs to first floor.

Inner Hall - with a large built in store cupboard and door to the front verandah.

Bathroom 1 - with toilet, wash basin, bath and corner shower cubicle.

Bedroom 3 - 3.45m x 2.36m - with windows front and rear.

First Floor - to a small landing with loft access and a built in Airing Cupboard with the controls for the solar panels

Bedroom 1 - with access to the enclosed balcony to the front and with a large built in wardrobe, under eaves storage and En-Suite.

Bathroom 2 - with toilet wash basin and bath.

Bedroom 2 - 4.19m x 2.21m - with a gable end window, sloping ceilings and lots of eaves storage space.

Outside - There is a detached large timber garage with power and light.

Services - mains electric and water, electric panel heater, solar panels for hot water.

Floor Plan -

Converted from stone and slate barns and providing:

Dining Area - Two Dining Restaurants 22' x 14'6 (6.71m x 4.42m) and 18'6 x 14'6(5.64m x 4.42m) both with their own entrance doors, vaulted ceilings and exposed A frames - Seating for 60 plus diners.

Servery - 7.82m x 2.62m - with its own rear staff access and double doors to restaurant.

Kitchen - 8.03m x 2.59m - with specialist flooring and walls.

Dry Store - 3.07m x 2.39m - with LPG boiler which heats the water for Ty Dafydd and Ty Twt. Hatch through to Restaurant 2.

Prep & Store Room - 7.26m x 2.16m - with a walk-in cold store and outside door

Outside - Outside Facilities for staff and a Laundry Room

Bunk House - A large bunk house which sleeps 26 with a staff bedroom

Toilet Block & Store Room - with male and female toilets and showers plus a Disabled Wet Room
To the rear are 4 store rooms and a Static Caravan

Teachers Chalet - Next to the bunk house and with a Living Room, Kitchen area, Shower Room and a Bedroom. With uPVC double glazing and electric panel heaters. TV point.

The Cabins - There are 7 delightful fully renovated and modernised holiday Cabins that originally date back to the 1960's. They have, in 2016, each been given a complete make-over, with new double glazing, private raised decking, electric panel heaters and communal lawns. Each is decorated in a retro theme and are delightfully kiksch

Cabins 1,6 & 7 - comprise a Lounge 12'7 x 9' (3.84m x 2.74m) with picture window, Kitchenette, 2 bedroom and a bathroom

Cabin 2 - has the only TV point and is similar in lay out to Cabin 1

Cabins 4 & 5 - are semi detached with one large shared deck and are ideal for larger family groups. Both have two bedrooms.

Cabin 3 - has open plan living/kitchen and a disabled bathroom with a walk in shower and two bedrooms.

Outdoor Activity - Recreation field with football nets, approx two acres in total.
Camp Fire and Picnic Area - (the only place where fires are allowed).
Activities Field again approx 2 acres with the Assault Course, High Ropes, Zip Wire and Climbing Tower.
Small Tower Area with kayak storage and a climbing tower with 4 different faces of varying degrees of difficulty.
The Lake is approx 1 acre with an island and jettys

Big Barn - 21.95m x 9.30m - Indoor Activity - Built of Block and Box Profile with a large sliding door, concrete floors, power and lighting. Used for all indoor activities including Archery. Also for winter storage of the larger equipment.

Adjoining Old Cowshed - 12.40m x 5.92m - which is now used for stores for the Outdoor Activities with power, light and concrete floor.

Glamping Huts - This is a fairly new venture, 3 are ready for use and there are others part converted

Swimming Pool - a large out door pool which is currently being upgraded and renovated

Caravan & Camping - Camping Club site for 5 caravans and unlimited camping

Other Buildings - There are many buildings around the centre each with differing uses
The Old Cafe is currently not used except as a store room but is ideal for bringing backing to use and providing further revenue.

Timber Workshop - 6.81m x 5.33m - with power and light

Old Tuck Shop - Old Tuck Shop, Drying Room with attached external drying area

Staff Recreation Room - 8.94m x 3.43m - with a Kitchen and Tv Point

Main Reception - 5.00m x 2.82m - with electric heaters, also doubles as a class room. General Stores adjoining

Guests Recreational Room - 9.93m x 7.39m - with a large store room off

Property Notes - The equipment used in the activities in the centre is available if desired. In the closed season the equipment is stored in the Big Barn and the cabins are winterised. The Centre closes at the end of October. This allows for maintenance and upgrading work to be carried out over the winter months ready for the following spring when the centre reopens.

The Centre has been used as a wedding blessing and reception venue and this could be further developed for additional revenue.
There is a footpath/bridleway leading off the top of the driveway which is a one mile walk to the sea. There are no other rights of way over the property.

Landplan - For Identity Purposes only

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Evans Bros, Aberaeron

1 Market Street, Aberaeron, SA46 0AS

01545 644000 Local call rate

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Nearest station

  • Aberystwyth (17.2 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Evans Bros, Aberaeron

1 Market Street, Aberaeron, SA46 0AS

01545 644000 Local call rate

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