A truly charming farmstead (once
serving the nearby de Winton Estate) which has been beautifully restored by the
current owners since purchasing in 2001.
The magnificent stone outbuildings
have been converted to provide three stunning holiday cottages retaining many
of their character features including round windows, beams and trusses.
Glanhenwye would make a stunning
family home, successful tourism business or provide flexible accommodation.
Situated approximately four miles from
Hay on Wye in the beautiful Wye Valley on the northern edge of the Brecon
Beacons National Park, an area renowned for its natural beauty.
The surrounding area offers excellent
walks and outdoor activities to include canoeing, horse riding, rope centre and
outdoor pursuits, which provide a constant stream of visitors to the holiday
The surrounding towns and villages
provide many excellent restaurants and pubs, particularly Hay on Wye itself
noted for its second-hand bookshops and annual Hay Festival attracting visitors
The grade II listed farmhouse offers
many features to include bay windows; traditional fireplaces can be found in
the Drawing Room and Dining Room and there is a stunning farmhouse Kitchen to include
a fitted Aga, solid wood block ash worktops, Belfast sink and larder cupboard.
A Rear Lobby has access to a Cellar, via
stone steps through an attractive archway, housing the boiler and hot water
A separate Utility Room comprises extensive
shelving and worktops making for a functional laundry space.
From the first floor landing is access
into Bedroom 1 and the Master Bedroom, both with bay windows. The Master Bedroom
comes complete with En-Suite Shower Room; Bedrooms 3 and 5 boast character
fireplaces. There is a further Dressing Room with extensive shelving and
Outside, the property sits in a
cobbled courtyard with ample parking and traditional stone buildings on two
The grounds are a particular feature
of Glanhenwye, which surround the property with original stone walls and
provide a wonderful backdrop to many of the garden areas.
To the front are large laid lawns with
ornamental shrubs and further gardens below ideal for a kitchen garden or recreational
Since 2004, the property has been run
successfully as a holiday letting business. The property is offered with all
three cottages fully equipped to be utilised as holiday cottages including
furniture, kitchen equipment, bed linen etc (a few personal items are
Jessica Cottage is converted from the
former grooms house comprising Living/Dining Room, Kitchen and first floor
landing with access to Bedroom 1 with en-suite having Juliette balcony, Family
Bathroom with bath and shower, Bedroom 2, and Bedroom 3 with Victorian
Margaux-Rose Cottage comprises
Entrance Hall with flagstone floor, Shower Room, Bedrooms 1 and 2, and a first
floor landing leading to the Living/Dining Room/Kitchen with character windows,
oak flooring, wood burning stove and king post truss A frames. There are two
further bedrooms and a Bathroom.
Yellowdrama Cottage comprises Entrance
Hall, Bedroom, Bathroom with bath and shower over, Bedroom 3 and Galleried
Landing. To the first floor is the fantastic Master Suite and Living
Room/Kitchen with fully exposed A-frame King post trusses and wood burning
Some of the original buildings have
remained unconverted and provide additional useful space:
x 18’1”) with a drive-through to the rear or garaging for four cars.
Cow Byre (27’11” x
Stables (18’4” x
16’1”) with an original box in situ, block set flooring, original doors and
partitions (would make a good gym).
Garage with double doors.
Workshop (35’9” x 18’1”) of block construction
with double doors, oil storage tank and extensive racking, two Lilliput
automatic boilers, hot water systems etc.
Please visit http://www.glanhenwye.co.uk/ or follow
‘glanhenwye’ on instagram for regular updates and more information.
We are informed that
the property is connected to mains water and electricity. Private drainage
system including a bio-disc system for the cottages and house. No gas.
Tax Band H
Directions Glanhenwye is situated off
the A438 Brecon to Hereford road, one mile north east of Glasbury village and
three miles south west of Clyro village. The entrance road is signposted
‘Glanhenwye’ (brown sign) and four miles south west of Hay on Wye.
appointment. Please contact the agents on 01432 344779 before travelling to
check viewing arrangements and availability.
themselves and the vendors of the property, whose agents they are, give notice
that these particulars, although believed to be correct, do not constitute any
part of an offer of contract, that all statements contained in these
particulars as to this property are made without responsibility and are not to
be relied upon as statements or representations of fact and that they do not
make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to this
property. Any intending purchaser must satisfy himself by inspection or
otherwise as to the correctness of each of the statements contained in these
The agent has not tested any
apparatus, equipment, fixture, fittings or services and so cannot verify that
they are in working order or fit for their purpose, neither has the agent
checked the legal documents to verify the freehold/leasehold status of the
property. The buyer is advised to obtain verification from their solicitor or
30 April 2018