Coed Danycoed £65,000 Freehold
- Cwnwyl Elfed, Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire
- 6½ acres
- West and South Wales and Herefordshire
Entrance for Coed Danycoed
Ride stop entrance and parking spot for Coed Danycoed
Another view of the parking area
View into the wood from forestry track
Old forestry track that leads from the parking area to the southern boundary
Track making up the northern boundary
A carpet of bilberry looking into the wood from the northern boundary
Head through this gate turning right, look for small Woodlands.co.uk arrows
Main gate to the wood please park up here
Look for this shed and turn in here, phone for gate combination code
Coed Danycoed is a long woodland that stretches along a north facing slope with lovely open views across the valley and a lake below, to the wooded hillside opposite.
Its borders are clearly defined by access tracks on all sides apart from a short section of its southern boundary which it shares with neighbouring woodland. It is advised that vehicle access is limited to four wheel drive only, and the short stretch of track into the entrance of the woodland is steep.
The large parking area that's been created within the woodland at its eastern tip is a lovely area for taking in the birdsong and enjoying the surrounding woodland, and there is plenty of space for all kinds of woodland activities or making camp with views out through and across the tree tops.
There are other level areas through the eastern part of Coed Danycoed which could be used as camping spots, and an old forest track provides a useful levelled and fairly clear way through it, joining up with the shared access track part way along the southern boundary.
A public footpath runs through the eastern side of the woodland, a short section of it aligning with the track at the entrance to Coed Danycoed.
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.
There's a good quantity of oak in Coed Danycoed, interspersed with a smattering of beech, birch, rowan and some alder in its lower reaches.
Wild bilberry or vaccinium myrtillus is found in quantity at forest floor level, as well as wildflowers such as scarlet and yellow pimpernel, herb Robert and holly here and there.
The quantity of birdlife here with accompanying song is fabulous, and woodpecker can be heard drilling for grubs. The wood warbler's distinctive call has been heard, and the song thrush - and there have been sightings of chiffchaff, blackbird, robin and wren.
A very generous sized level area has been created at the woodland entrance at the western end of the woodland, with plenty of space to set up a timber stack, do some green woodworking, or to make camp.
Access, tracks and footpaths
Access to the woodland is limited to four wheel drive only.
A public footpath runs through the western end of Coed Danycoed.
A great woodland for bird watching, taking advantage of the lake below attracting wildlife to the area. It would also make a peaceful family camping spot.
Local area and history
The reservoir in the valley bottom used to provide water for Carmarthen but has been decommissioned for several years now. Throughout Cwm Tawel small brick structures can be seen, chambers for accessing the network of channels built to carry spring water to the reservoir when it was supplying Carmarthen with water, under the management of the Carmarthen Corporation Water Works in the late 19th C.
Nearby is the Dan-y-Coed Halt, the end of the line of the 4 mile stretch of the Gwili Railway, one of the last few stretches of functioning steam railway in the U.K. The 8 mile round trip takes you through four stations along the picturesque railway line which runs along the Afon Gwili through steeply wooded hillsides.
The boundaries of Coed Danycoed are defined by the access tracks on all sides except for a short section of its southern boundary which is marked with red paint on wooden marker stakes.
All boundaries are further marked with red paint marks on trees.
Find this wood
- OS Landranger: OS No. 145
- Grid ref: SN 387 257
- Nearest post code: SA33 6TP
- GPS coordinates: 51.906, -4.345
From Carmarthen take the A484 north for approximately 5 miles towards Cynwyl Elfed.
After passing Carmarthen Demolition yard (known locally as Barretts) with railway sleepers on the left, look out for a white house on the left (formerly the Rock and Fountain Inn) and a small waney-edge timber clad shed just beyond it, with a Woodlands for Sale sign on it, and the entrance gate is immediately between the two, on the left.
Turn in carefully and enter the code into the gate lock and wait for the gate to open automatically. It will also close again automatically. (Please contact local manager before your visit for the code).
After a short distance you will come to a locked gate. Please park here, without blocking the track or the adjacent driveway and continue, over the gate, on foot.
Follow the track straight ahead and up the hill, passing a gate on the left hand side of the track. Continue up the track until you come to a third unlocked gate, go through it following the track around to the right and take the second track on the left. Follow this track for some distance until you see the entrance to Coed Danycoed on your right marked with a wooden name board and a Woodlands for Sale sign.
Please note this wood is owned by woodlands.co.uk.
Our regional managers are often out working in our woodlands, so if you email an offer and want to be sure it has been received, please phone our manager on their mobile phone. The first offer at the stated price which is accepted, whether by phone or email, has priority.
Please take care when viewing as the great outdoors can contain unexpected hazards and woodlands are no exception. You should exercise common sense and caution, such as wearing appropriate footwear and avoiding visiting during high winds.
These particulars are for guidance only and, though believed to be correct, do not form part of any contract. Woodland Investment Management Ltd hereby give notice under section 21 of the Estate Agents Act 1979 of their interest in the land being sold.