A STUNNING Welsh mansion flanked by dramatic cliffs is on sale for £2.5 million.
The 11-bedroom Waterwynch House has a serene atmosphere overlooking the sandy beaches on the Pembrokeshire coast and in the past few years it has been used for luxury retreats.
Waterwynch House enjoys a stunning beachside position overlooking Waterwynch BayCredit: Bournemouth News
It is only about 2 miles north of the popular seaside resort town, TenbyCredit: Bournemouth News
The property is set in 26 acres of landscaped gardens, woodland and cliffsCredit: Bournemouth News
The property, which is two miles from the seaside town Tenby, also has a wedding license.
It is set in 26 acres of gardens and laid out over three floors with each of the principal rooms arranged to take advantage of the sea views.
There are eleven bedrooms each served by its own designated bath/shower room, arranged over the first and second floors.
The expansive glass roof in the sky room means owners can star gaze or enjoy views of the valley, cliffs and seaCredit: Bournemouth News
A wonderfully spacious family kitchen which has a stylish yet cosy feelCredit: Bournemouth News
This relaxed sitting space is great for cosy evenings by the wood burnerCredit: Bournemouth News
The dining room has two sets of french doors opening onto the beach terraceCredit: Bournemouth News
At the heart of the house, this wonderful room has been designed to keep teens entertainedCredit: Bournemouth News
This vibrant room has a bar making it the perfect place for entertainingCredit: Bournemouth News
The cosy kitchen has a full size 4 door Redfyre range cookerCredit: Bournemouth News
HISTORY OF THE HOME
In the late 1810s, the artist Charles Norris was given a lease over a plot of land by the Burgess of Tenby, in recognition of his work in promoting the town.
It was a condition of the lease that he had to build a house costing no less than £200 within 2 years and in 1820 Waterwynch House was built.
In 1920, it became the residence of Lord and Lady Risdale into whose family Sir Stanley Baldwin was married and who spent many holidays there.
Waterwynch House was converted into a hotel during the 1980s and was substantially restored to its former residential glory by the previous owners.
There are eleven bedrooms each served by its own designated bath/shower roomCredit: Bournemouth News
The stylish drawing room has been designed as a peaceful space for adults to relaxCredit: Bournemouth News
The first floor has 7 luxurious en suite bedrooms, 4 overlooking the beach and sea and 2 of which enjoy balconiesCredit: Bournemouth News
The property is currently used as a luxury self-catering holiday retreatCredit: Bournemouth News
The mansion is 92 miles away from CardiffCredit: Bournemouth News
In 1920 Waterwynch House became the residence of Lord and Lady RisdaleCredit: Bournemouth News
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