At the moment Clyngwyn is run as a successful tourism business all year round with a 4* bunkhouse that accommodates 19 people. The Welsh longhouse is stone built and provides spacious family accommodation. This home has been separated to run a successful B&B whilst maintaining privacy for both home owner and B&B guest. It has two large living rooms, an office, kitchen/dining room, shower and utility room, one ground floor bedroom, four upstairs, a bathroom and ensuite bathroom. It has a lovely inglenook fireplace with a modern wood burning stove, winding stone stairs, wooden floors and painted stone walls as well as central heating and double glazing.
The detached stone annex is converted from a traditional barn and is currently run as a very successful 19 bedded 4 star self-catering bunkhouse open all year round. The two fields, one with 90ft decked out poly tunnel are suitable for camping and weddings. This unique residence offers buyers much scope – either continue as a successful holiday business, as a small holding, artist retreat or a most delightful home with granny annex.
The Outdoor pursuits on the door step include gorge walking, caving, Canoeing, abseiling, climbing, extensive hill walking and trail running. Voted by the Guardian newspaper as one of the top 10 UK wild swimming spots. In Ystradfllte you’ll find some of the most amazing waterfall plunge pools in Britain. There are more than 20 pools along 5 miles of the Fechan and Mellte rivers.
In all there is approximately 4.50 acres of ground surrounding ClynGwyn. The property is approached via a private lane which leads to a drive and parking area to the side of the house. Outside is a purpose built circular area with large barbecue and a fire pit, alongside this an seating area, ideal for enjoying a relaxing evening and eating whist taking in the beautiful views of the surrounding mountains of the Brecon Beacons. Just outside the bunkhouse is a small stone built roofed building which seats up to 6 people equipped with a log burner, great for the colder nights. There are also 2 fields (4.50 acres) ideal for a variety purposes. The poly tunnel also acts as a permanent marquee for large parties, or if you are a keen gardener it would be the perfect opportunity to grow your own veg. The property is surrounded by glorious countryside and so enjoys wonderful views all year around.
Clyngwyn is set between the two villages of Ystrafellte and Pontneddfechan just 2.5 miles away offering four country pubs and community centres. The waterfalls of Clyngwyn are literally on your doorstep. Sgwd Clun Gwyn waterfall, the first of the falls on the Afon Mellte is just a short 5-minute walk. The town of Glynneath 4.5 miles away has two primary schools, shops and pubs. 2 miles away is an 18 hole golf course. Penderyn, with its whiskey distillery, is just 3.5 miles walk via the waterfalls or 10 minutes’ drive. Pen y Fan just a 15-minute drive.
The railway station at Neath is 12 miles away with a journey time to London in just 3 hours.
By car the city of Swansea is 35 minutes away, Cardiff 45 minutes, and a 40- minute drive from the M4. Bristol international Airport 1 hour 45 mins away. The stunning Gower beaches are 40 minutes.
Brecon is located just 20 miles away and is the centre of the Brecon Beacons National Park. Surrounded by wonderful countryside it has a wide range of shops and amenities which include a cinema, theatre, leisure centre, library and golf course. It also has several good primary schools, a secondary school, college of further education and Christ College a private boarding school for boys and girls aged 7-18.
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