Carregfelen is a beautiful, unusual, secluded Manor House dating from the 14th Century. It was extended in the early 20th Century by the famous visionary architect, Clough Williams-Ellis, whose Italianate Village, Portemeirion, is close by. The house has been skillfully modernised, giving the visitor contemporary comfort, with its seven bedrooms, four bathrooms and hi speed broadband, whilst keeping its fascinating history alive – old and young will love exploring the staircases and corridors.

The large Entrance Hall has polished oak floors and a fascinating collection of antiques, books and family memorabilia. A staircase leads up to the second floor bedrooms whilst a corridor leads into the cosy Sitting Room with comfortable chairs and settles, inglenook fireplace and log burning fire. The splendid Dining Room, with antique oak refectory table and old oil paintings is reminiscent of a medieval hall. In summer the French windows open onto the garden, whilst in winter memorable meals can be enjoyed in the candlelit ambience.

The modern Kitchen is equipped with two electric ovens, 5-ring gas hob, Belfast sink, dishwasher and kitchen table with wooden stools. There is traditional Pantry with fridge, fridge freezer and microwave and a Utility Room with washer, tumble drier and Belfast sink. Downstairs loo and hand wash basin. A few steps take you up to the top Sitting Room/Playroom with comfortable sofa and armchairs, open fireplace, toy box, masses of books and Sky TV.. This leads through to a double Bedroom and twin Bedroom, contemporary Bathroom with bath and shower over, loo and hand wash basin.

Upstairs is the Master Bedroom with king sized bed and en-suite Bathroom. There are a further two Bedrooms on this floor – one with 4’ bed and one with twin beds. The larger of these rooms has fantastic views over Moel y Gest. Contemporary Shower room with loo and hand wash basin and a further Bathroom with bath (and hand held shower), hand wash sink and separate toilet.

Upstairs to the top level are a further double Bedroom and single Bedroom with breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains.

The terraced gardens are a delight and change over the seasons. In front of the house is a paved area with BBQ, slate topped table and benches. There are large lawns and an orchard bursting with fruit trees. The ancient oak woods surrounding the house are a paradise to walkers and bird watchers.

5 Stars5 Star Welsh Tourist Board Grading

Rates: From £1950 to £2300. Weekend breaks also available.

Call: 01636 650081 or 07903 864357Email: [email protected]