Plas Amherst is a substantial mainly stone built property constructed in 1905 as a summer residence for the 3rd Earl of Amherst. It sits proudly in approximately six acres of grounds and has world class, uninterrupted breathtaking views of the expansive Harlech bay below circled by the Lleyn Peninsula and Snowdonia mountain ranges. Latterly the property has been used as a hotel and accommodation for students.
The property and grounds are now in need of a full programme of renovation, once completed it would make either a very grand and spacious residence or could be split into separate apartment units subject to planning consent. The property is currently configured with 25 bedrooms, many of which have ensuite facilities. The extensive grounds are overgrown but were originally set out in a terraced fashion with walkways down to the sea and a tennis court. There is extensive off road parking and the property is within easy walking distance of Harlech centre, the World Heritage Listed Harlech Castle, Royal St David’s Links golf course and the beautiful golden sandy expanse of Harlech beach.