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The Bridal Room

Cardiff, South Wales & Pembrokeshire, CF5 6JR (Ref. 1056458)



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2 Customer Review(s)

  • Donald

    “The staff were exceptionally friendly and helpful.”

    When we had queries or requests they were responded to promptly and effectively. The location is delightful and a very pleasant contrast to the daily bustle of Cardiff.

    When we had queries or requests they were responded to promptly and effectively. The location is delightful and a very pleasant contrast to the daily bustle of Cardiff.

    - Donald, May 2021

Pencoed House Estate

The Pencoed House Estate houses four spectacular properties, surrounded by a private wooded estate with scenic walks and a good host of amenities, there's no better base for an escape to South Wales. Sitting within Capel Llanilltern, near to Cardiff hosting all the amenities you could need for a self-catered stay, these four unique abodes are sure to offer a holiday to remember with your loved ones. In total the properties can sleep eighteen guests, The Cottage being the largest sleeping eight, the Barn Rooms both sleeping four and The Bridal room hosting two, offering a flexible sleeping arrangement for a variety of group needs. Enter via the long fairytale-style drive to find your converted farm buildings, with the estate built around the 15th century and gradually resorted to its current venue, you can expect to find an eclectic mix of traditional charm and contemporary interiors, each cottage holding its own tasteful style to bring you the very best on your self-catered stay. The immediate area of the properties is perfect for those seeking a rural retreat, with opportunities for wildlife watching in the encompassing woodlands, beautiful orchards to explore and a wealth of history to uncover, it's the perfect place for a quintessential escape to Wales. Venture out to Creigiau, a traditional Welsh settlement home to a good range of amenities including a supermarket, convenience store with a Post Office and an inviting pub serving hearty dishes, the Caesars Arms, as well as there being a parkland golf course where you can while away the hours on a leisurely day. Take a scenic car journey to discover Wales' capital city, Cardiff, where you can find even more amenities to take your pick from including a range of high street stores, waterside eateries along the River Taff and much more. Head to Cardiff Bay, with its waterfront and cosmopolitan lifestyle, along with the Victorian seaside town of Penarth with its pier and fine dining. There are many attractions to explore within the city too, appealing to a diversity of tastes; for the history lover, you can find the gothic Cardiff Castle home to a variety of family-friendly events throughout the year such as lectures, live music, theatre and more, and Castell Coch built above the village of Tongwynlais where you can step back in time to the medieval world. The Victorian indoor market offers a unique experience too, where you pick up fresh produce from friendly locals, or enjoy shopping in the city centre, with plenty of attractions to spot along the way. Visit the nearby Forest Farm Country Park for a scenic stroll one afternoon, or spend a day within the seaside town of Barry, offering a traditional experience at any time of the year, here you can find a selection of beaches, the Barry Island Pleasure Park and plenty of opportunities to indulge in some traditional fish and chips. In easy reach of so much excitement, the Pencoed House Estate is the perfect choice for your escape to South Wales with your loved ones.

About the property

Creigiau 1.5 miles.

A characterful, all ground-floor cottage sitting within the Pencoed House Estate, The Bridal Room offers a couple a rustic abode from which to explore the wonders of South Wales, with picturesque views of the woods, duck pond and stream close by.

Enter the property past your private enclosed decking, where you can lounge in the sun and make the most of alfresco dining if you're visiting in the summer months, before entering into the kitchen with a charming sitting area.

The property oozes character throughout, with exposed stone and rustic wooden beams framing the room, the kitchen being no exception, where you will also find the essential appliances of an oven, microwave and fridge to assist you on your self-catered stay.

Enjoy time relaxing in the inviting armchairs as you delve into a good book, before cosying up beneath the covers of the impressive king-size bedroom, accompanied by a large, walk-in shower room where you can prepare for your day in style.

The Bridal Room is a beautiful holiday cottage for a base to the South of Wales, with many fantastic attractions in easy reach to explore on your romantic escape.

Note: This property can be booked with Refs.1056451, 1059773 and 1056457, together sleeping up to 18 guests.


  • All ground-floor
  • One king-size bedroom
  • Shower room with walk-in shower, basin, heated towel rail and WC
  • Kitchen with sitting area
  • Gas central heating
  • Oven, microwave, fridge, 49" Sony TV with Netflix and WiFi
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Ample off-road parking
  • Private enclosed decking with furniture and sun loungers
  • Sorry, no pets and no smoking
  • Shop 0.5 miles, pub 1.3 miles

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About the location


Penarth 5 miles; Barry 9 miles; Newport 15 miles;

The capital city of Wales has much going for it as the destination for an exciting and memorable holiday. A vibrant city, Cardiff offers a fabulous selection of shopping facilities, from high street chains to independent shops and galleries. There are plenty of pubs, restaurants, and cafes, along with a growing street food scene ensuring you’re never far away from tasty fresh cuisine. A range of nightclubs and bars mean the city stays open long into the night. Theatres, galleries, museums and venues offering live music mean visitors seeking culture are well catered for, while sports fans will love visiting the Millenium Stadium or Cardiff Bay Water Activity Centre. Cardiff Bay is a wonderful place to while away the day, perhaps visiting the Senedd, home to the National Assembly of Wales, or taking a boat trip round the harbour, before indulging in some laidback waterfront dining in one of the many bars and restaurants. For sci-fi fans, the Dr Who Experience is one not to be missed. Should you wish to head out of the city, you will not be disappointed. The cities of Swansea and Bristol, the Brecon Beacons National Park, Forest of Dean and the Pembrokeshire coastline are all an easy day trip away.

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
  • Last minute
  • Christmas