Philip Ling Estates provides property services throughout West Wales.
Based in the quaint, but busy Teifi Valley market town of Newcastle Emlyn, we have many years experience of supporting property buyers and sellers throughout the area of Carmarthenshire, Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion.
Please use our West Wales property search to find the property that is right for you.
Our listings include; houses, bungalows, cottages, farms, small holdings and commercial properties throughout beautiful West Wales.
Our database is updated constantly, and you can register to make sure that you are the first to hear about our newest properties.
3 Market Square
Offers in the region of £170,000
No 3 Market Square is currently a retail outlet and with appropriate planning permission, could be a desirable residential property as it once was. The property is on three floors...
Ty Shamrock, Crymych
Offers in the region of £378,000
Ty Shamrock is an immaculately presented detached five-bedroom house with an en-suite to each bedroom. The property is currently used as a Bed and Breakfast, but could be turned into...
Dolafon, Newcastle Emlyn
Offers in the region of £480,000
Dolafon is a traditionally built family residence with stone features under a tiled roof. Access from the road is via a double gated entrance with two stone pillars and walls...
No 63 Parc yr Ynn, Llandysul
Offers in the region of £380,000
No 63 Parc Yr Ynn is a traditionally brick & block built detached family residence offering well-appointed and spacious accommodation, all under a slate roof. The dwelling itself has uPVC...
16 Blaen Treweryll, Blaenffos
Offers in the region of £300,000
No 16 Blaen Treweryll is an L-shaped, detached bungalow of timber framed construction under a tiled roof, with uPVC weather goods and double glazing throughout. Access to the property and...
This part of our website gives you information on the area of rural West Wales and the three diverse counties of Carmarthenshire, Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion.
West Wales is one of Britain's most beautiful areas comprising hills and mountains, rivers, ancient woodlands, gorges, estuaries and picturesque sandy beaches. This western corner of Wales offers busy, but quaint market towns, villages, and rural hamlet communities as well as many working farms and craft businesses.
Whatever you are looking for; a country location or near the sea you can find it somewhere in West Wales. Why not visit the council’s website: www.movingtowales.com
Carmarthenshire is often referred to as 'the garden of Wales'.
As well as being the location of Wales' newest garden, the National Botanic Garden of Wales, and also one of its oldest, the historic and atmospheric Aberglasney, the whole County boasts some of Wales' finest green landscapes such as the Tywi and Teifi Valleys.
It's a perfect combination of market towns, sandy beaches, country pubs; relaxing walks and a range of stunning castles that include the cliff top Carreg Cennen within the Brecon Beacons National Park.
With its rich mix of museums, galleries, countryside, leisure centres, attractions and events, Carmarthenshire has something for everyone.
Fishguard Old Harbour in North Pembrokeshire.
Pembrokeshire is one of Europe's finest stretches of natural coastal beauty.
Much of the County is conserved and protected as part of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, famous for its coastal path.
Pembrokeshire has the UK's highest number of Blue Flag beaches, excellent modern attractions, unrivalled opportunities for outdoor activities and a mix of seaside resorts to 'get away from it all' locations.
Cardigan Island nestles in Cardigan Bay located on the west coastline of Mid Wales, lapped by Cardigan Bay waves, Ceredigion is sheltered from the east by the Plynlimon mountain range.
Riding, fishing, cycling and walking in the magnificent Cambrian Mountains are within easy reach of award-winning beaches along the Ceredigion Heritage Coast.