Woodlands for sale in West and South Wales and Herefordshire
20 Woodlands found in West and South Wales and Herefordshire (including Ceredigion, Carmarthenshire, Pembrokeshire, southern Powys, all of South Wales from Swansea through to Monmouthshire, Herefordshire).
over 28 acres
A larger acreage of steep wooded hillsides of diverse mature broadleaf, with a stream running through it.
Coed Llanayron (Llanayron Wood)
Coed Llanayron is a manageable conifer woodland near the market town of Newcastle Emlyn.
Coed Castan Melys (Sweet Chestnut Wood)
over 7 acres
Hillside woodland with views over rolling fields within minutes of the wild and beautiful Cardigan coast.
Ffawydd Fach (Little Beech)
just over 5 acres
Hilltop woodland of varied terrain with mixed broadleaf of mixed age, and dotted with characterful, stumpy beech trees.
Small and manageable broadleaf woodland with good access, minutes from the wild and beautiful Ceredigion coastline.
Fort Wood clothes the western side of a small valley and is within walking distance of the beautiful sandy Amroth bay.
Gorgeous little semi-natural ancient woodland in rolling Herefordshire countryside, very easy to access and yet peaceful and quiet.
Allt y Bedw (Birch Hill)
A small mixed broadleaf woodland with two small quarries near the town of Newcastle Emlyn.
Coed Telor (Warbler Wood)
just over 3 acres
An idyllic ridge top retreat with clean air, surround sound birdsong and lovely views out over surrounding woodland.
Coed Coch (Red Wood)
Hilltop woodland with differing habitats of an established area of beech and oak and an area of young regenerating woodland minutes from the Cardigan coastline.
Views out to sea from this hilltop broadleaf woodland with a lovely stand of beech and an extraordinary swathe of bluebells in springtime.
almost 2 acres
Delightful pocket of ancient semi-natural woodland, very easily accessible and manageable.
A slice of pretty broadleaf woodland extending along the summit of a ridge, mainly oak, birch and beech with the Afon Nant Cwm-tawel running through it.
Coed Ffordd Pererin (Pilgrim's Way Wood)
Tucked away at the north western corner of Allt y Gelli, the larger woodland of which it is a part, Coed Ffordd Pererin is a very private woodland of mainly spruce with footpath access to the Wales Coastal path.
Coed Llygad Ebrill (Celandine Wood)
Steep wooded slopes and valley with mature broadleaf including oak, beech, birch and sycamore bordered on its eastern boundary by a vigorous stream.
Coed Spwdwr (Spwdwr Wood)
over 9 acres
A large level area of broadleaf woodland, with areas of wetland, a stand of mature Scots pine and good access.
Coed Lewes (Lewes Wood)
almost 4 acres
Coed Lewes is a small manageable conifer woodland near the market town of Newcastle Emlyn.
Coed Cyneiniog is a hillside woodland with lovely sweeping views, with healthy young growth of conifer and mixed broadleaf plus an area consisting predominantly of mature Western hemlock interspersed with semi mature oak.