- Grade II Listed Manor House
- Award winning Guest House
- 8 Guest Bedrooms
- Owner's Accommodation
- Self-Contained Apartment
- Two Letting Cottages
- Walled Garden, Woodlands & Lawns
- Close to Coast
- Bio-Mass Boiler & PV Panels
- EPC Rating (Non Domestic) 'A'
There is plenty of scope for further development of the business, such as evening meals, wedding venue, events, conferences, group business etc. and room for two families to live in the owners' accommodation and apartment on the top floor of the house.
The website www.cuffernmanor.co.uk gives further details
The property is set just outside the boundary of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, and is 3.6 miles from Newgale, one of the best known Blue Flag beaches in West Wales, with its three miles of beautiful sand, pebbled bank and wonderful surf.
It lies half way between the county town of Haverfordwest and the beautiful cathedral city of St. Davids. Haverfordwest has a wide range of amenities, including main line train station, hospital, sixth form college, schools, cinemas and leisure facilities. The village of Roch, just a couple of miles away, has a junior school, church, pub, shop and post office, whilst St Davids and Solva both have a wide array of cafe's, restaurants, shops and art galleries.
The stunning scenery of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park provides endless opportunities for walking and enjoying the flora and fauna of the area, whilst a myriad of sporting activities can be enjoyed either on the beach, sea or golf course.
See our website www.westwalesproperties.co.uk for our own TV Channel with Location Films of the area.
This lovely Manor house, built in 1770 by John Rees Stokes, with its impressive Walled garden, and surrounding orchard, woodland and lawn is situated just 3.6 miles from the stunning Newgale Beach. It is currently operating as a successful award-winning Guest House with two self-catering cottages, and generous staff/owners accommodation. Currently there are 8 guest bedrooms on the first floor (all floors are served by a lift), with four of them being en suite and another two shower rooms serving the remaining rooms. The second floor provides a self-contained 1 bedroom apartment, as well as 3 bedroom owner's accommodation
THE OWNER SAYS...
This year we will have been here longer than any previous occupants since the first world war, so something went well. Roch is a great village with wonderful community spirit and we have enjoyed being part of this, through the courses, the cream teas, welsh themed feasts, the music nights and festivals that we have organised here. We are proud of the business we have built withmajor investments in rooms, renewable energy, barn conversions, garden restoration etc. The tourist industry in Pembrokeshire provides a wonderfully supportive infrastructure for businesses like ours-grants and loans have helped us, and support from other providers is also strong. But there will be yet another life for this stunning house, perhaps different altogether, or moving forward as a welcoming part of our vibrant tourist industry.
And the best part of living here? Being surrounded by trees, the company of buzzards and red kites, the annual visit by large numbers of housemartins busying themselves with building nests and feeding their young in the eaves of the house and the spectacle of the starling murmurations each year.
COME ON IN....
Passing through the elegant doric columns of the portico and the entrance door, the Entrance Hall has doors to right and left, with the majestic original staircase leading to the upper floors. To the left is the guest breakfast/dining room, beyond which is the kitchen, fitted with stainless steel commercial equipment as well as a Wamsler solid fuel cooker, a walk-in pantry and scullery. There are further store rooms and a WC in this area. To the right of the hall is the guest sitting room with wood burning stove, the guest library, and beyond these the office, laundry room and other store rooms.
On the first floor, the eight well-proportioned guest bedrooms have been named after former owners of the house. Four of the rooms are ensuite, with two additional shower rooms serving the remainder. One of the rooms is suitable for disabled use (close to the lift), and some are set up for family use.
The second floor is laid out as generous owners' accommodation with three bedrooms, sitting room and shower room and an open-plan living area. A door then leads through to a one bedroom self-contained apartment, with sitting room, bathroom and kitchen, which can be accessed via the metal fire-escape to the rear of the building, and could either be let out to provide additional income, or used for staff accommodation or to enable two families to live in and manage the guest house.
Behind the house are the two converted stone buildings, The Bothy and Fiddlers' Cottage. These can by accessed from the back gate/driveway, where there is ample parking space. The Bothy, as its name suggests, is a small cosy cottage for one or two people, with open plan sitting/dining/kitchen room, with a staircase leading up to the 'croglofft' open plan mezzanine sleeping area and an ensuite bathroom. Fiddlers' Cottage has a ground floor bedroom, spacious open plan kitchen/dining room and sitting area. On the first floor are two bedrooms with ensuite facilities (with somewhat restricted headroom).
Beyond the cottages, with a distinctive bell-tower on one corner, is the wonderful and productive walled garden, with mature flower borders, vegetable beds, greenhouse, polytunnel and fruit bushes and trees. There are further wooded areas and an orchard beyond the walled garden.
The house is approached through two stone pillars by a tree-lined tarmac driveway, underplanted with stunning hydrangeas and other shrubs. This leads to a spacious parking area to the front of the house, with adjacent lawns and attractive flower borders.
7.32m x 4.72m (24'0" x 15'6" )
4.52m x 4.09m (14'10" x 13'5" )
4.83m x 2.72m (15'10" x 8'11" )
2.95m x 2.82m (9'8" x 9'3" )
7.65m x 4.78m (25'1" x 15'8" )
5.44m x 3.48m (17'10" x 11'5" )
4.60m x 3.61m (15'1" x 11'10" )
3.71m x 2.49m (12'2" x 8'2" )
2.59m x 2.34m (8'6" x 7'8" )
2.07m x 1.53m (6'9" x 5'0" )
5.31m x 3.94m (17'5" x 12'11" )
3.45m x 3.61m (11'4" x 11'10" )
3.58m x 3.43m (11'9" x 11'3" )
2.18m x 1.78m (7'2" x 5'10" )
4.17m x 4.09m (13'8" x 13'5" )
5.49m x 3.33m (18'0" x 10'11" )
6.05m x 3.48m (19'10" x 11'5")
2.55m x 1.44m (8'4" x 4'8")
3.71m x 2.49m (12'2" x 8'2" )
2.59m x 2.37m (8'5" x 7'9" )
5.54m x 3.56m (18'2" x 11'8" )
2.12m x 1.27m (6'11" x 4'1")
5.51m x 3.48m (18'1" x 11'5" )
SEPARATE SHOWER ROOM
2.35m x1.54m (7'8" x5'0" )
SECOND FLOOR- OWNERS ACCOMMODATION
OWNERS SITTING AREA
4.17m x 3.56m (13'8" x 11'8" )
5.21m x 4.75m (17'1" x 15'7" )
OWNERS SHOWER ROOM
3.48m x 1.98m (11'5" x 6'6")
4.32m x 4.04m (14'2" x 13'3" )
5.46m x 3.10m (17'11" x 10'2" )
5.79m x 3.43m (19'0" x 11'3" )
3.73m x 2.51m (12'3" x 8'3" )
4.32m x 2.38m (14'2" x 7'9" )
5.49m x 3.66m (18'0" x 12'0")
5.48m x (17'11" x )
OPEN PLAN KITCHEN,DINING,LIVING ROOM
5.97m x 3.61m (19'7" x 11'10" )
MEZZANINE SLEEPING AREA
2.39m x 3.66m (7'10" x 12'0" )
1.02m x 2.97m (3'4" x 9'9")
3.94m x 3.90m (12'11" x 12'9" )
8.13m x 2.74m (26'8" x 9'0")
2.77m x 3.78m (9'1" x 12'5" )
1.80m x 7.16m (5'11" x 23'6" )
EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM
1.09m x 2.24m (3'6" x 7'4")
3.18m x 6.93m (10'5" x 22'9" )
1.48m x 3.24m (4'10" x 10'7")
VIEWING: By appointment only via the Agents.
TENURE: We are advised Freehold
SERVICES: We have not checked or tested any of the services or appliances at the property.
INCOME FROM ENERGY: The property benefits from a Feed in Tarrif agreement until 2036 and Renewable Heat Incentive agreement until 2033. Please ask for further details
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