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For Sale: £795,000

Garnffrwd Park , Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, SA15

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  • Area

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    32Acres

Garnffrwd is an attractive mixed use leisure park comprising an established trout fishery and café, together with holiday accommodation and a touring caravan site. Situated in a mature woodland setting the site extends to 32.7 acres (13.2 ha).

Location
The property is located in the village of Mynyddcerrig, approximately 9 miles east of the County town of Carmarthen and 12 miles from the popular market town of Llandeilo. Garnffrwd is situated in a rural yet accessible location, with excellent road links to the A48 (2 miles) the M4 (6 miles -J 49). Local attractions include the National Botanic Gardens of Wales (4 miles) together with several National Trust attractions, parks and castles. The City of Swansea is 20 miles distant.

Garnffrwd Park
The site was originally created in the 1980s, with the land consisting of a mixture of peat and clay. After a successful period of operating the trout fishery and fish farm, the owners diversified by adding a café and facilities building, together with holiday accommodation in the form of lodges and touring caravan pitches.

Trout Fishery
Constructed in 1983, a purpose built trout fishing lake extending to 5 acres (2 ha) with an average depth of 9ft and 25 carefully positioned fishing platforms. The lake is fed via a natural artesian spring, which provides excellent quality water promoting abundant aquatic life with good hatches of sedge, damsel, mayfly and other species of invertebrate. The fishery has an exceptional reputation and has hosted international matches for the Welsh fly fishing team over several years.

Stocking
The lake is well stocked with good sized rainbow and blue trout (many in double figures) and also brown and tiger trout. The fishery has historically produced many of its own fish on site utilising a rearing pond and tanks fed by the spring water.

Lakeside Lodge
A two storey timber facilities building overlooking the main lake. The ground floor comprises a small tackle shop selling flies and essentials, together with male, female and disabled W.C.s and an external covered seating area. On the first floor is an office, together with Lake View Café; offering 36 covers with an indoor and outdoor seating area and views across the lake.

Holiday Accommodation
Situated in an elevated position with views out over the woodland and lake are two single storey timber holiday lodges offering self-catering accommodation. Oak and Ash lodges have a 2-bedroom layout with a main bathroom and open plan kitchen/living area with an external veranda and decking area.

Touring Caravan Site
Garnffrwd Park operates a 5 C.L touring caravan site. Situated on level ground between blocks of woodland, providing 5 hard standing pitches, all with electric hookups for tourers and motorhomes. Additional camping area. Chemical disposal point, together with W.C. and Shower.

Camping
At the northern end of the lake is a camping field, operated in the summer months with bell tents and a fire pit.

Woodland
The site is bordered by mature woodland on all sides with larger mixed broadleaf blocks on the northern and eastern boundaries. Part of the woodland is designated as Ancient Woodland. The original management agreement allocates several areas of permitted development.

Planning
The property benefits from planning permission for the current use. The site also benefitted from lapsed planning permission for a building containing seven holiday apartments together with a historic consent (lapsed) for an agricultural dwelling.

The Business
The fishing operation generates income through the sale of fishing tickets on a combination of 'catch and keep' and a 'catch and release' basis. The café is currently open 4 days a week. The holiday accommodation bookings are managed partly inhouse and partly through Hoseasons, a 30 year relationship earning Garnffrwd a Partnership Excellence award.

Prices available on the Garnffrwd website. Income information available upon request, profit and loss accounts available to interested parties after viewing.

Website
Garnffrwdflyfishing.co.uk
Facebook: Garnffrwd Fly Fishing

Services
The site benefits from mains water, mains electricity (3-phase) and mains drainage. Electric heaters in the lodges.

Features

  • Attractive leisure park with trout fishery and holiday accommodation
  • Excellent location within 2 miles of A48 and 6 miles of J.49 M4
  • Established stillwater trout fishery and popular lakeside café
  • Holiday lodge accommodation and touring caravan/camping pitches
  • Multiple revenue streams and scope for significant expansion
  • Site extending to 32.7 acres (13.2 ha)

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