Historic Welsh hotel, notable from TV, is up for sale

A historic Welsh hotel that was featured in BBC drama Hinterland has been put up for sale.

According to the Daily Post, the Hafod Hotel in the village of Devil’s Bridge, Ceredigion, is on the market with specialist property adviser Christie + Co.

Originally built as a hunting lodge in the 1700s, the building was extended and remodelled into a distinctive Swiss Style Chateau by the Duke of Newcastle in the 19th century.

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The period property now serves as a traditional country hotel with 16 guest bedrooms.

Its appearance in Hinterland which has reportedly attracted international visitors.

Christie + Co is seeking offers of £595,000.

 

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