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Coed Cwcw - Cuckoo Wood, Pembrokeshire - Over 7⅓ acres , £35,000

Coed Cwcw - Cuckoo Wood

This wild and beautiful part of North Pembrokeshire has been shaped by the agricultural practices of man over the past few thousand years, the land being in turn burnt and then grazed. The resulting wet heathland with its diverse flora and fauna is fairly rare now and continues to be threatened, in part due to drainage or changes in farming practices, but happily and perhaps unintentionally the seed bank of this unique habitat finds itself in part protected by the forestry planting that took place here in the late 90's, mainly comprising of sitka spruce in the case of Coed Cwcw.

Underfoot Coed Cwcw is still very wet in many places, with numerous pools and and springs throughout the woodland. A soft spongy floor has built up amongst the dense planting of sitka, comprised of layer upon layer of spruce needles, and sprouting out of this several interesting specie of fungi.

In addition are great luxuriant mounds of various mosses, sphagnum and ordinary amongst others, glowing through the gloomy light in shades of green from deep emerald to acid yellow, again often sprouting a mushroom or two including milk caps.

From the northernmost corner of Coed Cwcw it is possible to walk along the boundary to the westernmost point of the wood, where you hit a good sized stream, Afon Glan-rhyd, which has carved its course between steep banks. This stream forms the boundary from the westernmost point down to the southern point of the wood.

Clearance of the tree canopy along the northern boundary has allowed sunlight in and heathland plants to flourish. The bright purple of heathers, yellow gorse, bilberry and bog myrtle thrive along here with great hummocks of mosses between birch, alder and willow.

Although the conditions in Coed Cwcw don't favour camping, the excellent access and large level hardstanding area at the entrance would easily accommodate a camper van or caravan. The Drovers Arms in the village of Puncheston has excellent food and Fishguard, only 15 minutes drive away, has every amenity on offer.

The purchasers of the woodland will be asked to enter into a covenant to ensure the quiet and peaceful enjoyment of adjoining woodlands and meadows.

  • Price: £35,000 Freehold
  • Location: Puncheston, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire
  • Size: Over 7⅓ acres for sale

Boundaries:

The boundaries of Coed Cwcw are marked in sky blue paint on marker stakes and on trees. The western boundary runs along a stream.

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How to find this woodland

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Do remember to also check that it is still available for sale. If you have seen the woodland and wish to be accompanied on a second more detailed visit please contact our local manager.

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Location

OS Landranger: OS No 157
Grid ref: SN 001 309
Nearest post code: SA62 5TR

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Directions

Traveling from Cardigan, take the A487 south. Take the left turn at Brian Llywellyn garage onto the B4329.

Carry along this road until you get to a cross roads where you will see Puncheston signposted right (B4313). Turn here and drive along this road, taking the first left turn signposted Cas Mael/Puncheston.

In the village just after the pub, The Drovers Arms take the right fork signposted Trecwn and continue for just under a mile. Look out for a pull in on the right, just in front of a metal gate with a Woodlands For Sale sign. Park here, taking care not to block the gate. The woodland is down the track and to the right.

- From the A40 take the A478 towards Clynderwen/ Llandissilio. Then take the left turn onto the B4313 towards Maenclochog.

Continue on the B4313, crossing over the B4329, until you see a left turn signposted to CasMael / Puncheston. Take this turning and as you come into the village you will see the Drovers Arms on your left. Immediately after the pub take the right fork signposted to Trecwn. In just under a mile you will come to a Woodlands for Sale sign on a metal gate. Park here, taking care not to obstruct the way and continue on foot. It is a good 10 minute walk to Coed Cwcw.

Boundaries:

The boundaries of Coed Cwcw are marked in sky blue paint on marker stakes and on trees. The western boundary runs along a stream.

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