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Machynlleth, Powys, SY20 8UJ

£1,400,000

Business rates & charges may apply

Savills, Cardiff
SECTOR
Hotel for sale

Key features

  • Grade II Listed
  • 7 en suite bedrooms
  • Separate 5 bedroom (1 en suite) owner's/staff residence
  • Option to purchase 4 bed house of adjacent Chalet Park by separate negotiation
  • 3 reception rooms & Restaurant
  • Separate Annexe with further 6 en suite bedrooms
  • Beautiful landscaped grounds & gardens
  • Option to purchase leasehold rents & service charges

Property description

Plas Dolguog was bought by the Rhodes family in 1987 as a Guest House. This Guest House was developed by the addition of en suite facilities to each of the bedrooms whilst retaining many of the features and characters of the building.
As a natural progression, a function suite was added. This allowed the increasing function trade to enjoy the wonderful views across the valley to the foothills of Snowdonia National Park. The oak timber beams were hand crafted on site to link the new to the original features of the building. The old stables were replaced with a new build put on the original footprint to provide extra accommodation space with a further 6 en suite bedrooms (4 sought after ground floor rooms with terraces and 2 large family rooms on the first floor with balconies). The coach house was built for all the services now required to run a busy hotel, including the managers 5 bedroom accommodation. As an ongoing development 22 log cabins were built in the Orchard and woods for which the owners were presented with the Chalet Park Design of the Year Award 1999. All the building taken place has been done allowing the implementation of sustainable energy as can be seen with the Photovoltaic Panels, Biomass boiler and Geothermic heat exchange systems (latter Solstar house) which helped the sellers achieve the Green Dragon Accreditation, Bee Friendly Park Status and David Bellamy Gold Award (1996 - present).

The property is being offered for sale as a going concern.

Please see the brochure on the Savills website for further information or contact the Cardiff office to send you one.

Plas Dolguog is set in the heart of the Dyfi valley with views towards the edge of the famous Snowdonia National Park.
Set amid specimen trees and gold award winning gardens, you will find the tranquility of this hidden oasis.
The ancient market town of Machynlleth with its interesting shops and watering holes, historic buildings and wide main street dominated by the clock tower is only about 1.6 miles away to the south-west.
The town's colourful, bustling street market has been held in the same street since 1291.
Machynlleth is the heart of Mid Wales, both geographically and culturally, and is well placed for visits to castles, nature and sandy beaches.
The stunning coastal village of Aberdyfi overlooking Cardigan Bay is only about 12 miles to the south-west and is a superb sailing centre at the head of a broad estuarial plain which changes hourly with the ebb and flow of the tide.

Brochures

Machynlleth, Powys, SY20 8UJ

NEAREST STATIONS

Distances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
  • Machynlleth Station1.1 miles
  • Dovey Junction Station4.6 miles

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