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Front view of house

Formal living room

Formal living room

Full view of relaxed living room

Full view of relaxed living room

Dining room

Dining room

Overlooking fields

Overlooking fields

Pizza oven

Pizza oven

Outdoor dining

Outdoor dining

Morning room

Morning room

Kitchen overview

Kitchen overview

Master bedroom

Master bedroom

Master bathroom

Master bathroom

Guest bedroom

Guest bedroom

Twin bedroom

Twin bedroom

Side view of house

Side view of house

Terrace and view

Terrace and view

Treehouse

Treehouse

TV room

TV room

Playroom

Playroom

Downstairs bedroom

Downstairs bedroom

Downstairs bathroom

Downstairs bathroom

Front view of house

Front view of house

Formal living room

Formal living room

Full view of relaxed living room

Full view of relaxed living room

Dining room

Dining room

Overlooking fields

Overlooking fields

Pizza oven

Pizza oven

Outdoor dining

Outdoor dining

Morning room

Morning room

Kitchen overview

Kitchen overview

Master bedroom

Master bedroom

Master bathroom

Master bathroom

Guest bedroom

Guest bedroom

Twin bedroom

Twin bedroom

Side view of house

Side view of house

Terrace and view

Terrace and view

Treehouse

Treehouse

TV room

TV room

Playroom

Playroom

Downstairs bedroom

Downstairs bedroom

Downstairs bathroom

Downstairs bathroom

Alma Grange

Ceredigion, SA43 2LJ

A unique destination in West Wales

  • As featured in 'Grand Designs Magazine'
  • Outdoor terrace and eating area
  • Located in beautiful West Wales
  • Luxury Victorian property - painstakingly restored
  • Expansive hand-crafted kitchen
  • Panoramic views of Preseli Hills and Cardigan Bay
    • Sleeps 10Sleeps 10
    • Bedrooms 5Bedrooms 5
    • Bathrooms 3Bathrooms 3
    • Ground floor facilitiesGround floor facilities
    • Dog Free Cottage Dog Free Cottage
    • Dines 10Dines 10
    • WiFiWiFi
    • Dedicated ParkingDedicated Parking
    • Real fireReal fire
    • VisitWales 5 star

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Features

Sleeps 10

Sleeps 10

Bedrooms 5

Bedrooms 5

Dines 10

Dines 10

Ground floor facilities

Ground floor facilities

Child-Friendly

Child-Friendly

Games room

Games room

Space to play

Space to play

Dog Free Cottage

Dog Free Cottage

Dog Free Site

Dog Free Site

WiFi

WiFi

Dedicated Parking

Dedicated Parking

Real fire

Real fire

Barbecue

Barbecue

Beach within 10 miles

Beach within 10 miles

Fine dining within 10 miles

Fine dining within 10 miles

National Trail within 10 miles

National Trail within 10 miles

About & Contact

A unique destination in West Wales

Alma Grange is a luxury Victorian country home, situated in West Wales. Located on the border of Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire, the property commands panoramic views of the Preseli Hills and Cardigan Bay. Dating back to 1870, Alma Grange has been painstakingly restored and modernised by award winning architects and builders to meet contemporary living standards.

Alma Grange features two receptions rooms; a large formal living room and a more informal morning room, with a cosier feel, for relaxing in. In addition, there is a children’s play area in the new pavilion which adjoins the kitchen, and a cinema room with a 60” television in the basement.

Alma Grange features five bedrooms, sleeping a total of ten persons. The master bedroom boasts a bespoke walnut four poster king-size bed and a luxurious en suite bathroom. The guest bedroom is an expansive suite with a king-size bed. The main house is also home to two well-appointed bedrooms with twin single beds. Downstairs in the new pavilion, there is an additional guest bedroom with a comfortable double bed and floor-to-ceiling windows.

At the heart of Alma Grange lies a vast kitchen, which bridges the Victorian main house and the new pavilion. With bespoke cabinetry by a local craftsman, the kitchen features an extensive island, range cooker, induction stove and separate oven.

The formal dining room plays homage to the property’s Victorian history with an exquisite mahogany dining table. For day-to-day dining, the marble-topped dining table in the new pavilion is flooded with light and views of the garden. The outdoor terrace features a barbecue and a pizza oven.

The beautiful garden at Alma Grange is a space for relaxation and play. The bespoke tree house, tucked away at the edge of the property, is the perfect hideaway for young guests.

Member since 2018

Tel:+44 (0)1239 801012

www.almagrange.co.uk

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Alma Grange
Ceredigion, SA43 2LJ

Location & Attractions

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  • Beach Beach
  • Castle Castle
  • Food Food
  • Golf Golf
  • Heritage Heritage
  • Leisure Parks Leisure Parks
  • Pub/Restaurant Pub/Restaurant
  • Visitors Attraction Visitors Attraction
  • Walks Walks
  • Wildlife Wildlife
  • Theatre Theatre

Alma Grange

Llangoedmor
Cardigan
Ceredigion
SA43 2LJ

Pub/Restaurant Twr-y-Felin

Fine dining and a great selection is on offer at Blas, the high-end restaurant at this award-winning luxury hotel just outside St David's.

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Pub/Restaurant The Grove

Set outside the popular Pembrokeshire town of Narbeth is The Grove, a luxury Georgian Hotel with fine dining suited for a special occasion.

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Pub/Restaurant The Harbourmaster Hotel

This picture-perfect hotel in the popular Georgian town of Aberaeron serves excellent food for lunch or dinner.

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Pub/Restaurant The Golden Lion

In Newport, this is a very popular pub and restaurant with excellent food at very good prices.

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Pub/Restaurant Pentre Arms

In Llangrannog, you can enjoy great food and drink next to the beach with locals and tourists alike.

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Pub/Restaurant The Nag's Head

On the way to Cenarth Falls, and in the Cych Valley, this pub has a rich history and a good selection of food and beer.

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Pub/Restaurant The Ferry Inn

A classic village pub in St Dogmaels, and with a decking leading onto the Teifi estuary, the Ferry offers some very good bar food.

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Food Crwst

A popular cafe and restaurant in Cardigan with fabulous breakfasts, lunches and doughnuts.

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Pub/Restaurant 1176

The Cardigan Castle cafe and restaurant.

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Food Bara Menyn Bakehouse & Cafe

Great bread, snacks and coffee near to Cardigan Castle.

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Pub/Restaurant El Salsa

Award winning and relaxed Mexican restaurant in the centre of Cardigan.

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Pub/Restaurant Pizzatipi

Located in renovated warehouses in Cardigan's former port, this offers craft beer, artisan pizzas and live music against the backdrop of the River Teifi.

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Walks Preseli Hills

Where the bluestones of Stonehenge originally came from, the Preseli Hills offer a variety of hiking options and fantastic views.

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Wildlife The Welsh Wildlife Centre

This is a great place for bird sporting along the marshes of the River Teifi and has a number of activities for children throughout the year.

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Beach Newport Sands

Newport Sands sits beneath Cars Ingli, a former volcano and one of the Preseli Hills. The village of Newport contains some great cafes and pubs.

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Beach Llangrannog Beach

Llangrannog is home to a couple of great beaches,and some excellent pubs and cafes. The coastal walk around Ynys Lochtyn offers amazing views of the Welsh coastline.

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Beach Mwnt Beach

This beautiful beach is set in a sheltered cove and is overlooked by the famous Foel y Mwnt hill and its other famous landmark, a 14th century small white church.

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Beach Poppit Sands

At the end of the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path and where the Teifi meets the Irish Sea, Poppit Sands offers sand, rockpools, the dunes, a great cafe and ample parking.

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Wildlife Crosswell Riding Stables

Crosswell Riding Stables offers enthusiastic and well qualified tuition and trekking in the Preseli Hills.

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Golf Cardigan Golf Club

Situated high above the shores of Cardigan Bay on the Teifi Estuary, Cardigan Golf Club is a very special place to play golf.

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Golf Newport Links Golf Club & Resort

Founded in 1925, this golf club is a beautiful destination for the community, golfers and visitors.

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Visitors Attraction Blue Lagoon

Visit the Blue Lagoon for a day of coasteering, jumping, climbing and swimming along the Pembrokeshire coast.

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Wildlife Teifi River Guides

These experts can show you some of the best fishing spots along one of Wales' most famous rivers for fishing.

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Visitors Attraction Heritage Canoes

Starting from the Welsh Wildlife Centre, the whole family can enjoy a canoe trip down the Teifi Gorge.

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Leisure Parks Folly Farm

Folly Farm is a farm park that has evolved into an impressive zoo with lions, penguins, rhinos and an adventure playground.

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Visitors Attraction A Bay to Remember

These boat trips explore the coastline of North Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion, the perfect way to see bottlenose dolphins, grey seals and a wide variety of birds.

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Heritage St David's Cathedral

St David's is the smallest city in the United Kingdom and former home of Wales' patron saint. It is also home to numerous cafes, art galleries and the Cathedral.

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Heritage Llanerchaeron Country House

A Georgian house run by the National Trust, Llanerchaeron gives a unique insight into the workings of a country house through the centuries.

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Castle Pembroke Castle

Pembroke Castle is the birthplace of Henry VII. This classic Norman castle is a fantastic day out with regular activities for children.

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Castle Castell Henllys

The Iron Age fort at Castell Henllys has frequent educational tours and displays, showing how people lived, dressed and ate in the Iron Age.

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Castle Cilgerran Castle

Cilgerran Castle is located nearby, a 13th century fortress that towers above the spectacular Teifi Gorge.

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Heritage St Dogmaels Abbey

This Cistercian abbey in the estuary village of St Dogmaels dates back to 1120. It has a cafe and museum adjoining it with frequent local art displays.

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Theatre Theatr Mwldan

Theatr Mwldan is a vibrant arts and cinema complex with a diverse programme including drama, music, dance, film, literature, opera, visual and applied arts.

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Castle Cardigan Castle

Just five minutes away, Cardigan Castle houses a museum, lovely grounds and a very good cafe/ restaurant.

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Meet the owner

Natalie Harris

Alma Grange is owned by Ben and Natalie Harris, who are based in Hong Kong. Hailing from Pembrokeshire, Alma Grange is the embodiment of Ben’s dream to have an idyllic country home close to his family who are part of the local farming community. After identifying the property, the Harris family have spent 3 years restoring the Victorian house and adding a modern extension, designed with the needs of a young family in mind. No expense has been spared in making Alma Grange the ultimate luxury Welsh getaway for their family. They would be delighted to share their home with you.