Talhenbont Hall is a magnificent manor house located on a secluded part of the stunning Leyn Peninusla in Wales. The property dates back to 1607 and was once used as a garrison for Cromwell’s army. The estate today stands in 75 acres and has been the present owners’ home for the past 30 years.
The Hall has been sympathetically restored, with the many period features in place, including handsome original oak-panelled rooms, superb fireplaces and a coat of arms. The property has elegant reception rooms, many with high decorative ceilings, and all with beautiful views out across the gardens and grounds. There is also ample bedroom accommodation with six bedrooms on the first floor and four attic rooms, two of which are substantial.
The property comes with five self-catering cottages which retain a wealth of character features like exposed stone walls and timber beams and are offered as a going
concern for weekly holiday lets.
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The gardens and grounds have been refined over centuries and include a Japanese water garden, water fowl, roaming peacocks, a putting green and a tennis court, as well as an outdoor chess board.
The Afon Dwyfach flows for a mile and a half through the grounds, providing double bank fishing and running over a series of waterfalls in a ravine through the ancient woodlands – a designated habitat for otters. There are deep and shallow pools which harbour salmon and trout throughout the season. There is also rough shooting in the woodland.
The property lies just five miles from Porthmadog and 24 miles from Bangor and its mainline rail station. The guide price is £2,750,000. For further information please contact Tel: 020 7493 0676 or visit www.carterjonas.co.uk.