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Llanborth Farmhouse

Llanborth Farmhouse

Client: National Trust Wales
Duration of work:  7 months
Status: Main contractor
Overview: Refurbishment of Historic cottage

The farmhouse at Llanborth, built around 1860 upon the former site of a medieval mansion, is now a National Trust-tenanted farm. Jamson Estates Ltd were entrusted with the complete renovation/refurbishment and adaptation of the existing stone Farmhouse into two self-contained holiday rental units, transforming the cottage into a charming retreat for holidaymakers.


  • Ceiling replacements, floor repairs – concrete and timber.
  • Installation of internal staircases.
  • All plumbing works, including the installation of a new waste system.
  • Re-wiring of both units including installation of fire detection system and separate air source heating systems.
  • Lime plastering.
  • Installation of Modern Bathrooms and Kitchens.
  • Internal doors replaced or repaired.
  • Secondary glazing installed.


  • Replacement/refurbishment of existing doors – sympathetic to the history of the cottage.
  • Pointing of the external stonework, chimney re-lined and wood burners installed.
  • External decoration, replace guttering with cast iron guttering.
  • Paving and fencing works completed externally along with the re-build of stone steps.
  • Creation of Touring Caravan pitches including access road and utilities to
    service pitches.

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