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Video tour available - Situated on the wooded slopes of the Berwyn mountains, Bron-y-Graig is a luxurious eight-bedroom Victorian guest house with tranquil river and mountain views. The house overlooks mature terraced gardens and is surrounded by woodland with a stone-lined stream, dramatic rockface and mini waterfall. This fascinating courtyard house was built in the 1880’s as the family home of the Sheriff of Denbigh, and has been substantially upgraded with modern facilities complementing William Morris décor. Bron-y-Graig’s coach-house has been converted into a generous holiday cottage with two en-suite bedrooms, and the outbuildings afford useful fitted storage and workshop. Bron-y-Graig is at the edge of Corwen, between Betws-y Coed, Llangollen, and Bala. Corwen stands on the banks of the River Dee beneath the Berwyn Mountains and is situated 10 miles west of Llangollen and 13 miles south of Ruthin. Set in the beautiful Dee Valley, it is the ideal base for exploring Snowdonia, Chester and North Wales' abundant castles and coastline. The Llangollen Steam Railway passes through the valley below from Llangollen all the way to Corwen. The new station is directly opposite Bron-y-Graig, only 200 metres away. Bron-y-Graig EPC Rating D-82, Coach-house EPC Rating E-109.
The main house comprises a dining room, guest drawing room, reception hall with desk, catering kitchen including equipment and hotel-ware, WC, three good size storage cupboards, Victorian linen closet, 8 ensuite guest bedrooms, owner’s living accommodation and office. There are currently seven en-suite letting rooms in operation in the main house. The eighth room is currently in use as staff accommodation but is decorated and fitted to the same high standard as the rooms currently being let. All except one room can be offered as twins or double rooms. Four rooms can be arranged as family rooms. To the lower ground is a wine cellar, laundry room and additional storage.
Across the courtyard from the main house, Bron-y-Graig Stables is normally let as a self-catering holiday cottage. However the two ensuite bedrooms on the upper floor can be let as additional guest rooms. The Stables also has a generous kitchen/diner, utility room, very large lounge and upstairs WC (interested parties could of course also use the cottage as owner’s accommodation).
To the rear of the hotel is the owner’s accommodation consisting of two ensuite bedrooms and a sitting room. There is office accommodation on the ground floor which is is also ensuite and could be used as a letting bedroom if required. In total the property can therefore easily provide 10 ensuite letting bedrooms (including the cottage).
All fixtures and fittings are to be included within the sale however, any items that are owned by a third party or personal to our clients will be exempt.
Bron-y-Graig is set within approximately one acre of land upon the wooded slopes of the Berwyn Mountains. There is a private driveway from the main road (with good signage) up to the guest house where you can find ample parking. There is an external boiler room, and a large work shop with wood store and garage. To the rear of the property is an old quarry and spring. There is also separate parking for guest house (10 cars) and Stables (3 cars) and pedestrian access to the rear. Externally the property also benefits from private owner’s courtyard, a tiered rose garden with lawns to the front of the house, generous greenhouse with shelving, a large terrace seating area on the site of the Victorian vine house, paved seating area for the Stables, a secluded upper lawned area and a seasonally-flowing stream with managed stream bed and culvert. There is also a hillside quarry path providing magnificent views over the river and town.
The business currently closes during the months of January and February, and is owner operated with the assistance of three seasonal part time staff members.
The Rateable Value is £5,300 with effect from April 2017. The business is subject to 100% Welsh Government Small Business Rural Rate Relief. Confirmation of actual business rates payable should be obtained from the local authority.
For further information, please see the below: www.north-wales-hotel.co.uk https://www.stables-holiday-cottage.co.uk
From our Ruthin office, turn left to travel up Well Street towards the square. Upon reaching the roundabout, take the first exit onto Castle Street and continue along Corwen Road. Continue along the A494 for approximately 11 miles, passing through Pwllglas, Brynsaithmarchog and Gwyddelwern on your way. At the traffic lights, turn left to join the A5 into Corwen. Pass through the town and there will be signage for Bron-y-Graig on your left, and the turning for Bron-y-Graig will be on your right.
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