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Pant Y Meillion Livery

Pant Y Meillion Livery

Pant Y Meillion
West Wales | Update this listing
SA44 5JA | map
Tel: 07813 599854
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Pant Y Meillion Livery consists of 17 Acres of gently sloping, well drained land with plenty of good quality grazing on high ground. Situated in Penboyr, which lies between Carmarthen and Cardigan, the site enjoys beautiful scenic views of the wonderful Welsh countryside and good access to bridle paths.

The Livery Yard includes:

* Brand new 12ft x 12ft concrete floored stables with Rubber Mats
* Tack Room & Feed Store
* 24/7 Recorded CCTV
* Plenty of onsite parking
* Tea & Coffee making facilities
* Internal & External Lighting
* Toilet
* Owner lives on site
* Mains Water to each Paddock
* Secure Fencing

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