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  • Glandwr Manor

  • Newport
  • Ref: 1509
  • 9
  • 4
  • 4
  • 2
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Glandwr Manor

  • 9
  • 4
  • 4
  • 2
  • Ref: 1509
Property Highlights:

  • A beautifully presented and Impressive luxury farmhouse
  • Relax in the Wood Fired Hot tub under the starry skies
  • Wonderful riverside walks from your doorstep
  • 4 ensuite bedrooms
  • Close to the border with Ceredigion
  • Explore two counties on one memorable holiday

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Property Description
If you are looking for a truly luxurious farmhouse retreat then look no further....
  • Nestled alongside the meandering Nevern River and surrounded by a vast country garden with hot tub and an enchanting wooded valley, Glandwr is a superb newly renovated Grade II listed farmhouse oozing luxurious comfort and period charm.

  • The spacious open plan living area, with oak doors and characterful stone flags warmed by underfloor heating and a cosy log burning stove, includes a generous dining suite perfect for convivial meals and a comfortable sitting area complete with snug settees, armchair, large coffee table and television.

  • All cooks, even professionals would be at home in the sleek well-equipped kitchen with a Rangemaster oven, electric hob, fridge freezer, dishwasher, microwave and wonderful views.

  • A utility room with washing machine and tumble dryer offers extra space and convenience.

  • Four sumptuous ensuite bedrooms with exposed timber beams and deep-set windows, 1 x kingsize, 2 x doubles and 1 twin, invite utter tranquillity, rest and relaxation.

  • Wonderful riverside walks and fishing can be enjoyed right outside the door.

4 Ensuite Bedrooms on the first floor Sleeping a maximum of 8. Master Bedroom with Kingsize bed, ensuite with bath and shower cubicle. TV. Double Room with kingsize bed and ensuite with bath and shower cubicle. Double Room with ensuite bath and shower cubicle. Bedroom with full-size bunk beds and single bed, with ensuite shower. Towels and Robes are provided.

Hallway/Boot Room tiled, perfect for muddy boots.

fitted farmhouse style kitchen, electric double oven, 5 ring Rangemaster gas hob, bean to cup coffee maker, microwave, American-style fridge/freezer, dishwasher.

Cloak Room with wc.

Utility Room
washing and drying facilities.

Open Plan Sitting/Dining Room
large sofas, inglenook fireplace with log burner, TV with Sky and Sky Sports, Blue-ray player, solid oak 12 seater dining table.

2nd Sitting Room 2 large sofas, log burner, TV, blissful views over lawned garden, access to patio.

Grounds wood fired hot tub for 2 (wood provided), large enclosed garden, large secluded patio, fully equipped large gas barbecue, large outdoor wooden table with sunshade and ample seating.

Inclusive Underground Heating throughout the property.

Bed linen - Included as standard

About the Area

Dinas Cross
  • Dinas Cross is a small inland village with a shop, 2 pubs - the Freemasons Arms and the Ship Aground, a small mini-market, fish and chip shop, Post Office and a garage
  • The coastal town of Newport is a little over 2 miles away, with its excellent shops, pubs and restaurants. The golden sands at Newport Beach (dog-friendly all year round) is a similar distance. In the other direction lies the picturesque village of Nevern (just over 20 minutes walk) with its Norman Church, famous Weeping Yew, Celtic Cross and its popular village pub The Trewern Arms, which is dog-friendly.

Walk around Dinas Island part of the Long Distance Trail
  • Walk around the spectacular headland to the picturesque beach Pwllgwaelod before then returning via the pleasant country lane having circumnavigated a National Trust sheep farm run by the pioneering & professional Perkins family. Pets welcome on leads (this is sheep country).

Newport Golf Club
  • Newport has two fabulous beaches and an18 hole links golf course and a daily ferry service sails to Ireland from Goodwick near Fishguard.
Newport & Newport Boat Club
  • Newport, a friendly, charming seaside village with pubs, restaurants, antique shop, gift and book shops, butchers selling local meat and home-made delicacies and a well stocked wholefood shop.
  • There is sailing from Newport Boat Club and safe bathing on the Parrog Beach and Newport Sands and golf at the spectacular links course.
  • Do visit the Newport Collective Gallery/Shop. You will find a varied selection of arts & crafts created by local people including paintings, ceramics, jewellery, wooden goods, cards and more.
Newport Bike Hire
  • Mountain and road bikes for all ages are available to hire including children's seats and tag alongs. Helmets, maps and accessories are provided. Book an escorted trek around the Preseli ranges to blow the cobwebs away.
Cwm yr Eglwys
  • Cwm yr Eglwys has its very own micro climate, renowned for being a few degrees hotter and drier compared to other parts of the Pembrokeshire coast.
  • The bathing is safe and there is a slipway for launching small boats. A stream runs through the middle of the beach and there are lots of rock pools - clamber over the rocks at the west end of the beach to discover a secret 'low tide' beach.
  • Boat spaces are available to rent in the village boat park
St Brynach Church & Cwm yr Eglwys Boat Club
  • The cove is overlooked by the belfry, west wall and part of the graveyard of the 12th-century church of St Brynach - the rest was destroyed by the Royal Charter Storm of 1859.
Pembrokeshire Coastal Path near Cwm yr Eglwys
  • Join the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and take the valley walk to the pretty sandy bay of Pwllgwaelod and the newly refurbished Sailors Safety Inn - excellent local seafood and fabulous romantic sunsets!
Pembrokeshire Bird Islands
  • Trips to the internationally important bird islands of Skomer and Ramsey are available from St Justinians near St Davids (and sometimes from Whitesands Beach, (dependant on tides) and Martins Haven on the Marloes Peninsula.

Rock Fishing Ceibwr Cove & Bird Watching at Newport Bay
  • The rocks on the southern side of Ceibwr Cove are excellent for float fishing and spinning. Try your luck.
Celtic Quest Coasteering
  • Celtic Quest offers you an exhilarating and unique way to explore the magnificent Pembrokeshire coastline. Adventure swimming, plunging into the sea from high rocks, rock hopping and more. See further information in our Holiday Guide (tab above).
Old Sailors Inn (formerly Sailors Safety), Pwllgwaelod
  • Do visit this 500-year-old inn overlooking Pwllgwaelod beach serving real ales and good food. Seafood and shellfish are a speciality. Eat in the small dining room (book to avoid disappointment) overlooking the garden and beach or in the large garden just a few yards from the beach.
  • The coastal path around Dinas Island with magnificent coastal views can be joined here.
Dyffryn Fernant Garden
  • Dyffryn Fernant garden sits in 6 acres of rugged countryside and incorporates a wide range of planting including a bog garden, ornamental grass field, lots of colour around the house, an exotically planted courtyard and a fernery.
  • Dyffryn Fernant is also one of the Great Gardens of West Wales.
  • This small market town has independent shops, tea & coffee houses, several pubs, a leisure centre with swimming pool and a small cinema.
  • A Farmers Market is held in the Town Hall every Saturday morning with lots of lovely local goodies to purchase.
  • Also in the town hall is the 'Last Invasion of Britain Tapestry' - sewn by local needleworkers to celebrate the centenary of this historic event.
Gwaun Valley
  • The Gwaun Valley, in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, runs inland from Lower Town Fishguard towards The Preseli Hills and has a unique atmosphere, abundant wildlife and prehistoric sites
  • The Gwaun Valley Brewery is a family-run brewery producing a variety of different real ales. Enjoy a pint of the good stuff with beautiful views of the Preseli Hills and on brewing day you can see the brewers at work.
  • Take a short drive into the Gwaun Valley to The Dyffryn Arms - known locally as Bessie's, after the namesake landlady who serves real ale from a jug in what is basically her licensed front room. It's an experience not to be missed!
Pembrokeshire Candle Centre, Cilgwyn
  • Do visit The Pembrokeshire Candle Centre where you can watch all kinds of candles being made and candle-making courses are available during the winter months. There is a workshop, gallery and small museum which tells the tale of candle making over the centuries.
Pony Trekking
  • Pony trekking available nearby at Crosswell Horse Agency, Crymych and Llanwnda Stables, Goodwick
Tenby and Caldey Island
  • A pleasant hour's drive through the heart of Pembrokeshire will lead to the famous elegant seaside resort of Tenby with five glorious sandy beaches and boat trips to the nearby tranquil island of Caldey now home to an order of Cistercian monks.
Family Days Out
  • For fun family days out there are plenty of quality leisure parks and attractions to choose from. Castell Henllys Iron Age Fort, Scolton Manor Museum, Manor Wildlife Park, Oakwood, Folly Farm, and Picton Castle are all within an easy drive.
Days away
  • Just over the border less than 15 miles away is the county of Ceredigion lying alongside Cardigan Bay. Explore from Cardigan to Aberdyfi. Visit Cardigan Castle, the market and bustling shopping centre and enjoy riverside walks. Join a memorable dolphin spotting boat trip in the popular seaside town of New Quay followied by a traditional fish and chips meal and time on one of the three sandy beaches. Relish a gourmet tour of West Wales' foodie capital Aberaeron. The Harbourmaster Hotel, The Hive and Manuka restaurant all huddled around the quayside are recommended. The thriving university and coastal town of Aberystwyth is well worth a day out. Explore the ruined castle, elegant promenade, cliff railway, arts centre, National library and sweeping bay as well as any number of shops, bars, cafes and restaurants. The fascinating little fishing village of Borth with its long golden beach lies along the Ceredigion Coast Path. An ancient submerged forest is revealed on exceptionally low tides. Inland along the Aeron Valley is National Trust property Llanychaeron. See how the Welsh gentry used to live in this splendid house designed by John Nash and its surrounding home farm.
A grand Pembrokeshire farmhouse for luxury holidays at any time of year

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