A stunning 16th century Welsh gentry house that was remodelled in 1820 to look Georgian.
It features a long curving driveway through mature beech and oak trees and wild lake and overgrown Victorian water gardens.
There is plenty of parking with hardstanding for at least 10 vehicles within the grounds of the property.
The house comprises a ground floor with large dining, drawing, library rooms and a large kitchen plus ancillary rooms. There is a dark, Jacobean looking staircase up to the first floor. Some rooms are wood panelled and there are many original features. The attic rooms were converted in 1820 and are quite simple but useable.
Within M25: No
Nearest station: Fishguard Harbour