A super chapel, converted with thought and imagination, providing a beautiful residence of distinction, close to the Ceredigion coast. Perfect for the most special of occasions any time of the year.
This beautiful, detached chapel, thoughtfully converted in 2019, sits in a large plot in the delightful village of Llechryd, with pub, restaurant and shop all within walking distance and is just a short drive to the market town of Cardigan. The castle is well worth a visit, hosting lots of events throughout the year and the golden stretch at Poppit Sands, is a pleasant drive through St Dogmaels, less than five miles. The whole West coast is waiting to be discovered with the gems of Aberporth and New Quay, offering great beaches, boat trips and a host of independent shops to enjoy from seven miles.
Entering this wonderful building is an experience in itself, leading through two large imposing doors, into a hallway where you can kick off your boots. There are staircases both to the left and right, leading to the first floor, and a doorway through to the ground floor accommodation. Initially you are greeted by the utility area with a fantastic work surface, washing machine and tumble dryer. There are double height hallways along both sides of the building with two bedrooms, accessed via either hallway. There is a large bedroom with super-king-size bed and a twin bedroom. There is a contemporary bathroom with bath, separate shower and WC. The refurbishment has been an imaginative one, with much of the charm and character retained along with the introduction of thoughtful and inventive twists, there are original features such as an organ and woodwork from the building. At the end of the hallway is the master bedroom, again with a super-king-size bed. This also benefits from an en-suite bathroom with hand-held shower over bath and WC. There are bi-folding doors that bring the outdoors inside. All bedrooms have a TV. Upstairs, on the first floor, is a breath-taking space with high ceilings and an open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner. The kitchen area is well laid-out with electric oven and gas hob, microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher. This overlooks the dining area with large table and chairs, leading through to the lounge area. There is a roaring wood burner and sofa and chairs to relax on. The room has a calming feeling, provided by the varied light from the stained glass windows as the sun moves throughout the day. Juliet balconies provide lovely views encompassing the river, fields and forest. All in all a truly inspiring building, set in a beautiful location that it is almost impossible to leave for families and couples alike.
Heading outside, you will find a lawn area to one side of the property and the rear, a great space to let your four-legged friends run free. To the other side of the property you will find a patio area with garden furniture and a charcoal BBQ, the perfect spot to enjoy al fresco dining. There is off-road parking for three cars.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.