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​Blaenpant Mansion is large self catering accommodation situated in the Welsh countryside providing a beautiful location for any family and friends gathering. A beautiful carefully restored Georgian mansion, grade II listed set it its own grounds and woodland which will guarantee that you enjoy a relaxing stay.

The house has been owned by our family for over 20 years, first as a family home and more recently as a magical holiday location for you, your friends and family. It is a property that is close to our hearts and has been lovingly restored in keeping with original features creating an individual atmosphere.

The house has a large drawing room, a dinning room to seat 16, a kitchen and six bedrooms. The grounds are extensive and include woodland and gardens to be explored.  We also have a luxury hot tub for your exclusive use during your stay.

We provide a complete service with everything you might need whether it be for ​a short weekend or a week long stay. We can offer many different services if you require but are happy to leave you explore Blaenpant and Wales at your own pace, please see our sevices and activities pages for further information onwhat we can offer and feel free to contact us for any other requirements you may have. We are situated above the picturesque Teifi Valley midway between the small and friendly market towns of Cardigan and Newcastle Emlyn. Within 10 miles there are many of Ceredigion's and North Pembrokeshire's lovely ​sandy beaches and coves. Cardigan Bay is a special area of conservation (the UK's first marine heritage coast). Cenarth with its water falls, a mile down the road with its lovely walks and fishing opportunities.

Blaenpant Mansion woodland

The records go as far back to 1580 when the estate was recorded as Blaen-y-pant the seat of Llewellyn ap David, it was then passed by marriages to the Brigstocke family, the present Blaenpant Mansion is believed to have been built around 1751 by Owen Brigstock as the gentry house of the Brigstock family and later enlarged by William Owen Brigstocke II in 1833-7.

It was a grand estate with as much as 2470 acres in the parish. With 13 tenant farms of 100-300 acres, a lake to the southwest of mansion, a cattle pond and outbuildings reservoir to the northeast as well as the walled garden and a lodge.

Blaenpant Mansion history

Blaenpant Mansion originally consisted of a large hall, drawing room, dining room, study, kitchen, servants hall, housekeepers room, butler’s pantry, scullery, storeroom, lumber room, cellar, 14 bedrooms, small sitting room and outbuildings comprising of coach house, cart house, dairy, laundry and granary.

​In more recent years Blaenpant has been lovingly restored since it was left partly derelict in 1950's.  Our family have lived at Blaenpant for over 20 years, we now live in a converted outbuilding that is situated on the grounds detached from the main house.

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