Capel Dewi, Llandysul

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
We present to market a beautiful character SMALLHOLDING, circa 18C but NOT listed, set in an absolutely superb private setting with no immediate neighbours and set in just under 32 acres of pastureland, a huge stone detached barn ripe for conversion (subject to any consents required), a large modern agricultural unit split into 4 main areas and a Dutch Barn. There is also a private airstrip perfect for Microlight pilots etc. In the Farmhouse there is a huge farmhouse kitchen / diner with slate slab flooring, a bathroom, lounge, 2 downstairs bedrooms (one ensuite), on the first floor there is one large feature master bedroom that would have previously been two bedrooms (and would revert to two bedrooms very easily) also with an ensuite and a walk in wardrobe. The land amounts to just under 32 acres or thereabouts and is split into 6 main enclosures and is generally flat and in good heart providing far reaching views over the surrounding countryside. This really is one of the best small farms available locally and as you can see from the pictures, its absolutely gorgeous. As an aside........The restoration of the farmhouse was inspired by the Griff Rhys Jones" BBC TV series "A Pembrokeshire Farm" and some of the builders that managed and worked on that project subsequently went on to manage and work on the restoration of Bryngolau.


Entrance via timber door into:

Inner Hallway

With doors off to the large farmhouse kitchen/diner, space and plumbing for washing machine, floor-standing oil-fired boiler, door into:


With window to the front, panelled bath with shower over, low level flush WC, chrome towel radiator, pedestal wash hand basin, slate slab flooring, wall-hung heater.

Kitchen / Diner

15' 7'' x 34' 1'' (4.75m x 10.40m)

A superb, large kitchen/diner, full of character, with slate slab flooring, four windows on 3 sides, timber glazed double doors out to rear, under-floor heating (the whole ground floor has under-floor heating) "Rayburn Royal" cooking range, free-standing electric cooker, a range of Welsh oak base units with original double slate dairy sink unit, space and plumbing for dishwasher, central island with round bowl and induction hob, door out to rear, cabin steps leading up to storage area, door into:


14' 5'' x 21' 0'' (4.40m x 6.40m)

Again with slate slab flooring, wood-burning stove, exposed beams, staircase to first floor, doors out to rear, into the understairs cupboard and into both downstairs bedrooms.

Downstairs Bedroom 1 (en-suite)

8' 4'' x 14' 9'' (2.54m x 4.50m)

With part-exposed stone walling, wood-burning stove, exposed beams, double-aspect windows to the front and rear, exposed timber flooring, leading into:


With panelled extra-large (190cm) steel bath, corner shower unit, pedestal wash hand basin, low level flush WC, chrome towel radiator, part-tiled walls.

Downstairs Bedroom 2

11' 9'' x 6' 8'' (3.58m x 2.04m)

With window to the front with second roof window.

First Floor

Accessed via staircase from lounge and giving access to:

Master Bedroom

14' 8'' x 24' 1'' (4.47m x 7.35m)

A superb large room which was originally two bedrooms but now used as one large bedroom with sitting area off to one end. Of course, it could easily revert to two bedrooms if four bedrooms were required.

There are four beautiful old "A" frame trusses on full display with access at one end into the master ensuite with a WC, shower, wash hand basin and a separate walk in wardrobe.Three windows overlook the lawns and there is a small wood-burning stove. For additional lighting there are a further two Velux roof windows.

The Barn

83' 8'' x 19' 0'' (25.50m x 5.80m) External Dims.

This building is a most attractive large stone-built unit with huge conversion potential (subject to any consents required).

On the lower level (to the right) is a large workshop, in the centre and to the left there are two large double-height rooms currently utilised for storage with a further fourth area to the far left, again double-height. An external staircase provides access to the second floor room.

The Modern Barn

82' 6'' x 54' 8'' (25.15m x 16.65m) External Dims.

A very large concrete block/metal roofed barn split into four main units, one unit open to the front, the other two units with large through double-doors at either end providing easy access.

There is a 44ft clear southerly opening from this building providing easy access to the airstrip if required.

The Land

The land amounts to just under 32 acres all in and is in 6 main enclosures and is generally flat and in good heart (see land plan attached)

The private airstrip is located in one of the larger fields for obvious reasons (see aerial pictures)

Superb far reaching views are to be enjoyed from the land and the whole property sits in an idyllic setting.

PLEASE NOTE ; We are advised, as is common throughout the UK, that a footpath crosses the land.

General Information

Viewings: Strictly by appointment with the agents, Houses For Sale in Wales or our sister company, The Smallholding Centre.

Tenure: Freehold

Services: Mains electricity, mains water, private drainage (septic tank), oil-fired central heating.

Council Tax: Band E, Ceredigion County Council.


From Newcastle Emlyn take the A475 Lampeter Road and at the Horeb Cross roads go straight ahead, go through Prengwyn and continue for 0.9 of a mile. Just before the village sign of Rhydowen turn right onto a no through road. Follow this road to the end (1 mile long) and the farm is at the end on the left at the top of the hill.

Marketed by 01239 712760

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