Standing sentinel above the glorious Dyfi Estuary since the early 19th Century, the Regency Gothic Glandyfi Castle surveys a 31.43-acre kingdom of beautifully wooded hillsides, grazing land, and far-reaching views to the Mountains of Snowdonia National Park. Built of local stone and slate with mullion windows, square, round, and octagonal towers, and impressive chimneys, Glandyfi Castle stands in the privacy of its landscaped gardens and grounds with sweeping lawns, well-stocked borders with flowering plants and mature shrubs, walkways, spring carpets of wildflowers, and paved terraces boasting panoramic views. Its superb architectural detail has been meticulously restored and enhanced, embracing modern-day amenities such as luxurious bathrooms, a kitchen, and a stunning glass-roofed atrium ideal for dining and large-scale entertaining. Highlights include an imperial staircase to the first floor, an elegant drawing room, an oak-paneled dining room with Regency molded ceiling, and a delightful octagonal library with coved ceiling, pink marble fireplace, and four Gothic windows framing the magnificent views across the Dyfi Estuary. Upstairs are nine en suite double bedrooms, all individual in style, including a master suite with high ceiling, deep windows, fireplace, and a superb octagonal bathroom. A further en suite bedroom is accessed from the courtyard. The area is noted for its stunning coastline with sheltered harbors and sandy beaches. Five miles from the historic market town of Machynlleth and eleven miles from the University City of Aberystwyth, Glandyfi Castle is well placed for walking, cycling, riding, golfing, and sailing.