Llechryd 1.5 miles.
A large detached Georgian rectory set on the owner’s grounds on the outskirts of the village of Llechryd, 3 miles from Cardigan in Pembrokeshire.
Set in some stunning grounds with fantastic views across the gardens and the valley, with lovely character features throughout the property making this great for a family get-together or celebration or even a gathering with friends.
On entering the property you are in a spacious hallway with a comfy sofa and a piano.
There are two spacious sitting rooms, both with lots of comfy sofas and both with an open fire, as well as a large dining room; perfect for a celebratory meal.
The character features are evident throughout with the high ceilings and feelings of grandeur.
From the main sitting room a double door takes you through to a large kitchen with a good-sized kitchen table.
From the kitchen, there are three small rooms off this with a utility, a pantry room as well as a cloakroom, giving great flexibility throughout.
There are two flights of stairs to the upstairs rooms, one from the utility and one from the front of the property, with the back one originally being access to the former servant’s quarters.
There are eight bedrooms to choose from, all nicely-presented, with three having a zip/link facility, giving even more flexibility.
For extra convenience one of the double bedrooms has an interconnecting door to the bunk room, which makes it perfect as a family suite.
With three bathroom facilities, makes it perfect to stop those queues in the morning.
Leading from the back door takes you to a good-sized patio set amongst large enclosed gardens.
This makes a great outdoor play area for the kids to let off some steam or even for some team games.
Make the most of the barbecue or even the pizza oven for some alfresco dining.
There are plenty of walks and cycle paths from the door.
A short distance takes you to the village of Llechryd with a good selection of pubs and a wide range of shops to take advantage of.
A 15 minute drive takes you to the market town of Cardigan which offers an array of shops, tea rooms, pubs and restaurants.
The River Teifi offers great opportunities for fishing, canoeing or simply just taking in the scenery including the ruins of the Cardigan Castle.
You are ideally situated to make the most of the fabulous coastline for Cardigan Bay, which is peppered with intimate fishing villages alongside craggy coves and sandy beaches.
Alternatively, take a trip to the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, with beautiful coastline and the stunning Preselli Hills, source of the famous bluestone.
Further afield you can take a trip to the towns of Fishguard or Saundersfoot to enjoy a full day at the beach to enjoy.
Whatever you decide to do, Manordeifi is a great place, set in stunning surroundings, for a fantastic holiday at any time of the year.