Cwmann, Lampeter

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Added on 25/09/2020
Evans Bros, Lampeter

Key features

  • Well Located Public House and Restaurant
  • Covers for approx 40
  • Well appointed 2 Bed Proprietors Accommodation
  • Spacious Self Contained Flat/Annexe
  • Country Business with Income Generation
  • Large Car Park
  • Approx 1 acre Paddock
  • Stable
  • Outstanding Views
  • 3 Miles Lampeter

Property description

An iconic country pub located in a popular roadside location with far reaching views offering substantial accommodation with bars, restaurant with covers for up to 40, commercial kitchens, 2 bedroom luxuriously appointment proprietors accommodation and 1 bedroom self contained annexe, together with private gardens, detached garage, car park, paddock and stables.

An opportunity to run your own business from a superb location with good quality living accommodation, only some 3 miles south of Lampeter being located on one of the main tourist routes in to West Wales.

This is certainly an opportunity not to be missed.

Location - The property is attractively positioned in a prominent position adjoining the A482 roadway, and in our opinion in a superb location with far reaching views to the rear towards the Black Mountains. Lampeter is a thriving market town with a good range of everyday facilities and the property is located in attractive countryside in this popular rural locality.

Description - The building itself offers substantial refurbished accommodation finished to a good standard, having extensive rear 3 storey addition which really does transform this property providing large restaurant/dining accommodation, a feature open plan living room with balcony to the first floor enjoying fine views to relax after a busy evening and a lower ground floor apartment which is ideal for letting and income generation. The property also has the benefit of an approximately 1 acre paddock and stable/loose box adding to the rural appeal.

The property which offers well maintained accommodation in our opinion being ready and fit for immediate trading provides -

Characterful Bar Accommodation: - with front entrance lobby leading to -

Public Bar - 5.72m x 5.54m approx (18'9" x 18'2" approx) - with corner bar servery, fitted bench seating, beamed ceilings

Inner Lobby Leading To - -

Ladies Toilets - also combining as a less able facility with w.c., wash hand basin, tiled floor, radiator

Gents Toilets - having 3 urinals, separate cubicle w.c., wash hand basins, storage cupboard

2nd Bar/Snug - 4.95m x 3.23m (16'3" x 10'7") - with access to bar servery, wood burning stove, separate entrance door

Rear Dining Room - 7.72m x 6.91m (25'4" x 22'8") - This is accessed from the main bar area and also having separate less able friendly access from the car park. This is a large and light open plan room with several triple aspect windows to take full advantage of the panoramic views. Please note that these pictures were taken during covid trading with "socially distanced" tables.

Side Lobby Leading To - -

Catering Kitchen - 5.97m x 4.80m (19'7" x 15'9") - being fully equipped with and aluminium extractor hood with the option of the fitted equipment including ranges, chillers, fridges, stainless steel tables, double drainer sink unit etc., front entrance door.

Lower Ground Floor Accommodation - approached via stairs from rear lobby or via external access with -

Utility Room/Office - 5.99m x 4.93m (19'8" x 16'2") - tiled floor, lpg boiler, plumbing and space for automatic washing machine,

Dry Stores/Freezer Room - 4.72m x 4.37m (15'6" x 14'4") -

Beer Cellar - 5.11m x 2.44m (16'9" x 8') - Being temperature controlled and with separate beer barrel access

Self Contained Apartment - This is a good sized self contained apartment, would be ideal for multi generational occupation, staff members or indeed for separate letting and income generation. This is in our opinion finished to a good standard with independent electrical heating and uPVC double glazing and provides more particularly the following:-

Open Plan Kitchen/Living/Dining Room - 5.84m x 4.19m overall (19'2" x 13'9" overall) - having kitchen area with fitted kitchen units incorporating single drainer sink unit, cooker space, breakfast bar, French doors to patio area

Bedroom - 3.66m x 3.73m (12' x 12'3") - radiator

Shower Room - with shower cubicle, wash hand basin, toilet, heated towel rail, extractor fan

First Floor - The well appointed owners accommodation is approached via stairway from the rear lobby area to well presented proprietors accommodation with -

Feature Open Plan Living Area - 8.38m x 4.95m (27'6" x 16'3") - having several velux roof windows for light and with feature end patio doors and picture windows with a juliet balcony to take full advantage of the surrounding countryside.

Bedroom 1 - 4.22m x 3.30m (13'10" x 10'10") - radiator plus recess

Bedroom 2 - 4.04m x 3.96m (13'3" x 13') - wardrobe, radiator

Bathroom - with lined walls having panelled bath with shower unit over, pedestal wash hand basin, ceiling spot lighting, heated towel rail, access to airing cupboard with hot water tank.

Externally - A feature of this property is its outstanding location with far reaching views. The property has a spacious car park with ample parking and turning area. to the side of the property is a private garden area with buried underground lpg tank. Detached Garage arranged over 2 storeys with garage/workshop to ground floor and workshop area to basement.

Paddock - To the side of the car park is a useful paddock of approximately 1 acre being well fenced with detached stable again with hay loft over.

Business Accounts - The property is currently offered for sale on the impending retirement of the long established landlords who have been in occupation since 1999. They have carried out significant investment to the property including the 3 storey extension and general upgrading the modernisation to include re-wiring, upgrading electrical systems etc.

This original 1850's pub is steeped in local history having and being a destination venue, renowned for its home produced food and trading accounts are available to bonafide applicants.

The Views -

Stables/Loose Box -


BrochureCwmann, Lampeter

Cwmann, Lampeter

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  • Llanwrda Station10.0 miles
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Evans Bros, Lampeter

39 High Street, Lampeter, SA48 7BB

Evans Bros, Lampeter

Evans Bros today is the longest established, independent, private firm of Auctioneers, Estate Agents and Valuers in West Wales.

The business was founded in 1895 by two brothers - John Morgan Evans F.A.I and Daniel Charles Evans - two of the nine children of Daniel and Margaret Evans, Dolau -Uchaf Farm, Llanybydder - tenant farmers on the Highmead Estate in the Teifi Valley on the Ceredigion / Carmarthenshire border.

John Evans had trained as an assistant auctioneer with John Jones

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