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Amroth Road, SA67 8QJ, Llanteg, Narberth


Farm House






3,800 sq ft

353 sq m

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Key features

  • Historical Elegance: Originally built in 1623, featuring authentic architectural elements like original stone walls and exposed beams that showcase its rich historical legacy.
  • Modern Luxuries: Equipped with contemporary comforts including a log burner and a traditional Aga, along with Nest smart home technology for enhanced living convenience.
  • Expansive Grounds: Set within 4.3 acres of beautifully manicured gardens, offering a private and serene environment, perfect for relaxation and outdoor activities.
  • Newly Renovated Pond: Recently installed new pond liner and fencing, creating a picturesque focal point that enhances the natural beauty of the property.
  • Thriving B&B Business: An established Bed & Breakfast providing a significant income stream, with four luxury guest rooms and a high seasonal occupancy rate.
  • Strategic Location: Conveniently located just off the A477, providing easy access to Carmarthen, Swansea, and Cardiff, and minutes away from Kilgetty and the coastal charms of Tenby.
  • Versatile Property Uses: Ideal for various applications such as a multigenerational family home, equestrian facility, or a unique glamping site, offering multiple revenue opportunities.
  • Turnkey Investment: The property is offered as a freehold, making it a hassle-free acquisition for those looking to own a piece of history with all the benefits of modern enhancements.


Nestled within the idyllic and historically rich landscapes of the Pembrokeshire National Park, Horsemanstone stands as a testament to the blend of 17th-century charm and contemporary luxury. Originally built in 1623, this freehold property has been meticulously maintained and upgraded to offer all the modern comforts expected, coupled with the warmth of its historical roots.

This charming home preserves the original architectural ethos, while recent renovations have seamlessly integrated modern amenities. The house features double-glazed uPVC windows, oil central heating, and smart home technology controlled by Nest systems, enhancing both comfort and efficiency.

Internally the residence exudes elegance with four to five spacious bedrooms and four well-appointed bathrooms in the main house. The heart of the home includes a cosy log burner, a traditional Aga, surrounded by original stone walls and exposed beams that whisper tales of yesteryear.

Horsemanstone's Thriving B&B annex consists of four elegantly furnished guest rooms, each boasting en-suite bathrooms. The converted garage has its own oil boiler with underfloor central heating and separate water and electricity supply. As a business this has proven lucrative and accounts can be provided with sensible offers.

The property spans over 4.3 acres, featuring manicured gardens and a fenced pond area. This outdoor space offers a serene retreat, perfect for personal relaxation or entertaining guests. Notably, the house is south-facing, ensuring it receives abundant natural light throughout the day.

Positioned just off the A477 giving exceptional access to major travel routes. It is 20 minutes from Carmarthen, an hour from Swansea, and an hour and a half from Cardiff, making it perfect for those needing a speedy commute. Heading west, Kilgetty is just 5 minutes away, with Saundersfoot and the historic seaside town of Tenby only 10 and 15 minutes away, respectively. Additionally, the property is within the catchment area for Kilgetty and Tavernspite Primary Schools and Whitland and Tenby Secondary Schools. This strategic location provides a perfect blend of peaceful countryside living with easy access to urban amenities and coastal beauty, ideal for exploring the wonders of South Pembrokeshire.

Not only a luxurious residence; its layout and extensive grounds offer several dynamic uses:

Multigenerational Home: Ideal for families seeking to live together while maintaining individual privacy, with potential to adapt part of the main property into self-contained accommodations.

Further Expansion: The current structure allows for conversion into additional self-contained units, perfect for extended family or rental opportunities.

Residential Care Home: The property's size, layout, and serene location make it suitable for adaptation into a small, high-end residential care home, providing a peaceful and comfortable environment for residents.

Equestrian Facility: With over 4 acres of land and a bridleway opposite the driveway, there is ample space to develop equestrian facilities, perfect for horse enthusiasts looking to create private stables or an equestrian training centre.

Camping/Glamping Site: The expansive grounds and scenic setting provide a prime opportunity to develop a luxury camping or glamping site, attracting tourists and providing an additional income stream.

Recent upgrades include the installation of a new pond liner and the comprehensive maintenance of the property's substantial grounds.

Enjoying a peaceful rural setting, this well-placed family home offers an exceptional opportunity to acquire a significant piece of history enriched with modern luxuries. Discover the unique charm and potential by booking a viewing. Viewing is strictly by appointment with Personal Agent Rhys Jordan. Experience first-hand the luxurious accommodation and idyllic surroundings that make this property a rare gem.

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PARKINGDetails of how and where vehicles can be parked, and any associated costs.Read more about parking in our glossary page.
GARDENA property has access to an outdoor space, which could be private or shared.
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Amroth Road, SA67 8QJ, Llanteg, Narberth


Distances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
  • Kilgetty Station2.9 miles
  • Saundersfoot Station3.4 miles
  • Narbeth Station4.0 miles
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