South Wing will sleep 7 adults arranged over 2 floors .
First floor: 4 bedrooms: bed 1; king-size, bed double ,bed 3; 2 singles , bed 4 ;1 single
Access to South Wing is via a double wooden door (1400mm both doors) located to the front of the Hall opposite the car park. The Unit is marked by a brass number 3 to the right of the doors.
The keysafe containing the access key is located to the left at approximately 1.4m high.
There are 2 steps up, 1.100mm high 2.180mm.
The tiled hallway leads into the oak floored dining area via double (1400mm wide) wood and glass doors. There is one step up of 180mm.
Immediately to the right is situated the intruder/fire alarm that will require disarming with the access code given by the owner. If the alarm is not disarmed or accidentally set off a security response unit will automatically respond. It is important to inform the response unit (number provided in welcome pack). Failure to inform the response unit will cause a charge of £50.
To the right of the dining area is the kitchen. There is one small step up of 25mm. Leading off the kitchen to the left is the utility room and off the utility is a washroom.
To the left of the dining area is the carpeted stairs. There are 15 steps each 180mm high leading to a carpeted landing. There are 3 steps up each 180mm high that lead to a door 600mm wide that leads onto a stone balcony with a wall 900mm high. From the landing the stairs continue round to the left for a further 7 steps each 180mm high that access the spacious carpeted landing. The 4 bedrooms and family bathroom are situated off the landing.
All 4 bedrooms are carpeted and the master bedroom has an ensuite bathroom consisting of a toilet, wash hand basin and a shower. The floor is tiled.
The family bathroom consists of a toilet, wash hand basin, bath with a hand held shower unit.
The windows to the bedrooms are glass and timber and extend down to 250mm from floor level. Each opening window has an opening arm that can be adjusted to the required opening. There is a screw fitting that can be tightened to prevent opening by children easily opening. From bedroom there is a step of 180mm up into the bay window area. There is no access onto the balcony outside from this bedroom.
The gardens and woodlands are to the front and side of the Hall and have been designated of historical importance by CADW.
To the rear of the Hall is a castellated wall that bounds the gardens. Beyond the wall is a large drop that leads to a steep bank down to wood land. The height of the wall is low and as such can be easily climbed. The owners are not permitted to raise the height of the wall due to conservation restrictions. The height restrictions also apply to the balconies and care should be taken with the supervision of children.
In addition to the lawn areas there are woodland walks to be enjoyed. There is also a sunken garden situated to the left of the entrance gates (the hall at your back looking towards the main gates).
There is a viewing platform with table and chairs to the side of Argoed Hall.
Due to planning restrictions garden furniture cannot be laid out in the gardens.
This restriction does not apply to the sunken garden and seating can be enjoyed in this area.