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- PENLAN HOLIDAY VILLAGE AS A WHOLE
- VARIETY OF LODGES
- SITTING IN 21ACRES OF WOODLAND
- FAMILY RESTAURANT
- SHOP AND MANAGERS FLAT
- SWIMMING POOL WITH HISTORIC PLANNING PERMISSION TO HAVE AN INDOOR SWIMMING POOL
- 7 ACRE RECREATION FIELD WITH PLANNING APPLICATION PENDING FOR FURTHER 25 LOG CABINS
- COFFEE LOUNGE
- MODERN WORKSHOP/STORE BUILDING
PETERS and CO have pleasure in offering for sale the whole of Penlan Holiday Village set within approximately 21 acres in total, the park is located in the popular village of Cenarth, Newcastle Emlyn. There are a 92 detached log cabins on 13 acres. 78 privately owned cabins, 4 park owned and 2 residential cabins. The park is to include all these stock which is worth £200,000. Amenity complex with licensed club, shop and manager's flat , family Restaurant, Hairdressers, Outdoor heated Swimming Pool, children's playground, coffee lounge, pick-nick area and a 7 acre recreation filed with planning application pending to develop further 17 log cabins, modern workshop/store building.
Historic planning permission to replace amenity building with new facility to include an indoor swimming pool.
We have been informed by the current owners that Gross income for 2017 circa £300,000.
Penlan Holiday Park in Carmarthenshire West Wales is located near the village of Cenarth and its famous Falls being approximately 3 miles from the market town of Newcastle Emlyn and 20 miles north of the important administrative town of Carmarthen. It is an ideal location and base to explore the beautiful countryside of South West Wales with its magnificent coastline with an abundance of wildlife, the Pembrokeshire National Park with designated coastal walks, several quaint holiday resorts and with fantastic sandy beaches and this area provides numerous tourist attractions for holiday makers.
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TO LOCATE THE PROPERTY :
From Cardiff and Swansea take the M4 and A48 dual carriageway to Carmarthen. Take the A484 and B4333 roads for Newcastle Emlyn and continuing to Cenarth. On entering the village of Cenarth take the first turning left onto the B4332 road travelling a distance of approximately one mile and the entrance to Penlan Holiday Park is on the right-hand side.GENERAL DISCRIPTION
Penlan Holiday Park in Carmarthenshire, West Wales is located near the village of Cenarth and its famous Falls being approximately 3 miles from the market town of Newcastle Emlyn and 20 miles north of the important administrative town of Carmarthen. It is an ideal location and base to explore the beautiful countryside of South West Wales with its magnificent coastline with an abundance of wildlife, the Pembrokeshire National Park with designated coastal walks, several quaint holiday resorts and with fantastic sandy beaches and this area provides numerous tourist attractions for holiday makers.
There is easy access to South West Wales and the Penlan Holiday Park via the M4 Motorway and A48 dual carriageway to Carmarthen and to Newcastle Emlyn via the A484 and B4333 roads and with breath taking scenery along this route. On reaching Cenarth village, Penlan Holiday Park is within 1mile distance along the B4332 road.
Penlan Holiday Park is a small family run holiday park of privately-owned Scandinavian-style holiday wooden lodges, situated in beautiful woodland and parkland settings. The perfect place to retreat to for a quiet break away or as a base to explore West Wales and also to make use of the facilities on site for guests' enjoyment during the summer season and which includes a heated open-air swimming pool, a family bar, a children's playground, a shop, a launderette, a coffee lounge, internet access, a games room with pool tables and a sauna - some of the facilities are limited to use during the holiday season. There is a children’s adventure playground with neighbouring playing field and picnic areas and being a perfect place to take the family for an outdoor lunch. In the evening you can relax with a meal or just a drink in the family bar or enjoy a game of pool in the games room.
The pretty village of Cenarth is just one mile away and has two pubs, a tea room, post office, a spa leisure centre and the salmon leap at Cenarth Falls. It is home to the National Coracle Centre and a good starting point for a canoe trip to the mouth of the Teifi at Cardigan.
Explore the little seaside villages of Cardigan Bay and enjoy their sandy beaches, take a drive into Pembrokeshire or Carmarthenshire and discover the hidden delights of this beautiful area.
GENERAL COMMENTS :
We are informed that the development of the Holiday Park was originally commenced in 1971/1972 but it has and remains subject to general improvement to the present day - The chalets are sold leasehold on 99 year leases and each being subject to annual site and facility maintenance charge of £2,000 per annum. We are informed that the owners of each of the chalets is responsible for the payment of Council Tax.
DislaimerThese particulars are intended to give a fair description of the property but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed, and they do not constitute an offer of contract. Intending purchasers must rely on their own inspection of the property. None of the above appliances/services have been tested by ourselves. We recommend purchasers arrange for a qualified person to check all appliances/services before legal commitment.
To arrange viewing or request more details please contact Peters and Company on 01269 844 826 or email us: firstname.lastname@example.org