Pen-y-Bryn, Horseshoe Pass, Llangollen. LL20 8DW

Guide Price £1,300,000

Key features

  • Landscaped south facing gardens
  • There is an uninterrupted spectacular view over the rolling hills of Llangollen
  • Four separate buildings, with seven separate units comprising of:
  • The House, 16th Century and bursting with character
  • The Snug, a cosy unit, which benefits from a private balcony
  • The Annexe, a self-contained part of the house, featuring welsh stone fireplace and benefits from stunning views
  • The Barn is a detached stone built property, with a large balcony facing the valley
  • The Den, cosy ground floor accommodation with 1 bedroom
  • The Lodge is a separate detached building, with a mature hedge surrounding it
  • The Chalet is a Swiss style building with an outdoor dining area, with a balcony overlooking the view

Full Details

Pen-Y-Bryn is an exciting opportunity to purchase a fully operational 47 – person holiday let business. It is situated near to Llangollen, which is a picturesque Welsh town, well known for its stunning landscape. Llangollen is a popular tourist destination with an impressive number of cafes, bars and restaurants. The Horseshoe Pass Holiday Lets are situated half way up the famous Pass, with access straight from the properties onto the hills. The Horseshoe Pass Holiday Lets comprises of four separate buildings known as The House, The Snug, The Barn, The Den, The Lodge and The Chalet, with seven separate units within.

The House is the largest building, bursting with character and dates back to the 16th century, with exposed beams and an inglenook fireplace. This building can be used as one including the Annexe and the Snug, or they can be separate making it a two bedroomed house. The House features a balcony and veranda to make the most of the views and surrounding countryside.

The Snug comprises of one bedroom with a bathroom and access to all The House facilities. The Snug has a wonderful view out over the valley. The Annexe is a self-contained part of The House which has an open plan kitchen/living room with Welsh stone fireplace. It has two bedrooms, which has the capacity to sleep 5.

The Barn is a detached Welsh stone property with a large balcony to allow views of the valley. Inside the property there are two bedrooms one with a full length feature arched window, to let the views continue as far as your eyes will take you. The lounge has exposed beams and stonework with French doors leading out onto a balcony. The kitchen has an impressive part glazed roof allowing volumes of natural light in.

The Den is part of the Barn, which has an open plan kitchen/lounge, a bathroom and a bedroom. The bedroom has the advantage of being on the ground floor natural light is abundant courtesy of the double grazed French doors which open out onto the gravel terrace.

The Lodge is a detached building, privacy is ensured that to mature hedging. The Lodge’s accommodation comprises of two bedrooms, one with built in shelving. The Kitchen and living room are open plan with an exposed inglenook fireplace and Welsh slate hearth, the kitchen has a tiled floor with fitted kitchen units and an external door. To maximise the views The Lodge has full length opening doors out onto the path in front of the property looking down onto the delightful garden.

The Chalet is a Swiss style building and comprises of two bedrooms, one has French doors which open onto the outdoor dining area. There is also a balcony area which overlooks the spectacular uninterrupted view across the valley. There is a multi-fuel stove with an exposed flue situated in the living/kitchen area which has French doors opening onto the balcony.

The property has a private water supply, private septic tank for drainage and mains electricity. Energy Performance Certificates can be seen from the agents upon request.

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