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A stunning Edwardian Villa
A stunning Edwardian Villa

About Hafod Cae Maen

You approach from the back, down the bumpy track, over the cattle grid… but the glory of the house is the front and the view. Overlooking estuary and hills, this handsome villa sits above the Italianate fantasy village Portmeirion. Hafod Cae Maen was built in 1919 for the botanist who planted the estate’s subtropical woodlands, and it is within easy reach of the village (restaurants, cafés) and a deserted beach. The house’s terraced gardens, part-overrun, are heaven for children to hide in, while adults have long lawns, a barbecue for dining and a sunset desk. Inside, all is as luxurious as it is possible to be. Edwardian windows and polished oak floors, wood-burners in fireplaces, local art on white walls. Toys, games and DVDs invite children to settle in, there’s a panelled library with an open fire, a hamper waits on the slate worktop, warm towel rails gleam, and bedrooms – heritage colours, seagrass floors – are enticing. The master room flourishes a balcony for sunsets and champagne, and well-behaved pets will be happy to sleep downstairs. Best of all, you could spend two weeks here and leave the car untouched.
Villa located above Portmeirion Village
Villa located above Portmeirion Village
* Secluded location with breathtaking views
* Oak-panelled library with open fire
* Dining room with ten-person setting
* Drawing room with children's toys
* Fully-equipped kitchen with range cooker
* 4 bedrooms – sleeps 8 (+ two travel cots)
* Two king-size bedrooms with “Vi-Spring” beds, Two twin bedrooms, convertible to superking
* Two bathrooms
* Boot room with washing machine and tumble dryer
* Balcony overlooking garden, estuary and mountains
* An acre of beautiful and private gardens
* Children's playhouse
* Outside table and chairs for dining al fresco, as well as a barbecue.
* Sunset deck to watch the sun go down with a G&T in hand
* Portmeirion Village a 10 minute walk away
* Close to the Mermaid Spa in Portmeirion Village
* Welcome hamper of local produce
* OLED TV, DVD, BOSE speakers
* Broadband internet access
* The famous Ffestiniog narrow-gauge steam railway a 10 minute walk away

Hafod Cae Maen


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