If you’re thinking of a complete lifestyle change to somewhere more peaceful, close to nature and with the potential to expand, this Pembrokeshire farmhouse and holiday business could be for you.
There’s a lot on offer for the price of £1.15m at Wellstone Cottages near Llanfrynach, including the pretty stone farmhouse for the owners and four established four star holiday cottages that can accommodate up to 24 guests.
There’s also potential to expand this area of the business, with further development of two log cabins and a stone outbuilding that are currently an office, a games room with full size snooker table, and storage.
Currently there are two cool yurts within the 11 acres of land, but there is planning permission to increase this number to six.
Also nestled within this beautiful parcel of Pembrokeshire countryside is a campsite located next to the river that meanders through the woodland and grounds.
The site has 19 pitches and is maybe the perfect retreat for anglers especially, as the property has fishing rights for both the river and the babbling stream that flow through the land.
But that’s not all – you could also end up with the alpacas, pigmy goats, ducks, chickens, geese and rabbits that live onsite.
The small herd of alpacas have a separate enclosure and are popular with holidaymakers staying at the cottages.
The chickens are happy campers within their own fenced area that includes a main ‘house’ and chicken ‘outbuildings’ too.
All of the animals could be included in the sale for a separate price and would mean continuity in their lifestyle plus the new owner fully adopting the smallholding lifestyle and business that’s on offer.
The owner’s house is a pretty four bed former farmhouse that is thought to be more than 300 years old.
As a potential buyer might expect from a property of this age, the home is packed full of period charm and character including beams, flagstone floors, stone walls and fireplaces.
However, this farmhouse is not stuck in the past; there is an impressive open-plan kitchen, dining and living room at the back of the house that has direct access to the beautiful gardens.
Also within the garden is a hot tub for any guests that has a particularly lovely outlook across the grounds to the woodland beyond.
James Skudder from Fine Country Pembrokeshire says: “The location is nothing short of stunning – idyllic in every way. No busy roads nearby, no pollution, scenically beautiful, with only the sounds of nature to soothe the senses.
“Over the years the vendors have developed large lawned areas, woodland paths between mature trees and large flowering shrubs, pretty cottage gardens brimming with perennials, attractive animal enclosures, elevated terraces and sun gardens as well as the addition of two log cabins.
“Expansion of the business could be possible by the addition of log cabins, shepherd huts, a restaurant, hosting corporate events or the development of a full holiday camp, subject to local planning permission.”
To find out more about this unique property proposition, call James at Fine Country Pembrokeshire on 01834 862138