Formerly a chapel attached to the village of Llanrhaeadr-ym-Mochnant, Llangedwyn sits proudly on the northern slopes of the picturesque Welsh Tanat Valley in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
It is situated on the B4396, which runs between Oswestry and Bala one of the main tourist routes to the Welsh coast. The Tanat Valley is on the Wales/England border and the Berwyn mountain range is close by.
The property is just 10 miles from the Shropshire market town of Oswestry and 15 miles from Lake Vyrnwy. The property benefits from fishing rights on the River Tanat.
The characterful public house, located just on the edge of Llangedwyn Village boasts high quality refurbished licensed accommodation at ground and first floor levels, in addition to private living accommodation over the upper floors.
It is set back slightly from the main road offering a large car park in front of the property, with an attractive landscaped beer garden to the front of the property.
The property also benefits from a building at the rear which provides three rooms on the ground floor and a bedroom and shower room at first floor which are in need of refurbishment.
A viewing of the property is required to fully understand the quality of the property and its business potential. There is further land held in the property ownership on the other side of the road.(All measurements are approximate)
A quaint entranceway, leading into a traditional country house bar with stone floor and open fireplace with a wood burner.
There is an open plan restaurant to seat 34 covers and access to the bar servery. There is a games room to the rear, in addition to a utility room and customer WCs.
A large restaurant/function room to seat up to 38 covers, a small cocktail style bar office and catering kitchen with additional preparation room and store.
This floor also provides the lounge for the living accommodation.
Three double bedrooms, bathrooms and additional WC.The property is offered for sale freehold to include fixtures, fittings and goodwill.We made verbal enquiries to the local authority and have been advised as follows:
However interested parties should make their own enquiries to the local authority.
( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 33033 )