This stylish garden apartment is on the ground floor of a detached Georgian house situated in Southerndown on the Glamorgan Heritage Coast.
The apartment is tastefully furnished and provides convenient and wonderful accommodation for couples wishing to explore this delightful part of South Wales.
Your holiday home has its own well-equipped kitchen with dining area and a spacious bedroom, which opens up onto the garden, together with a sitting area, woodburner and separate shower room.
Walk into the walled courtyard garden and relax with a refreshing drink or dine alfresco after a busy day exploring the surrounding area.
Leave your car parked and explore the local area as you are just ten minutes' walk from one of the best sandy beaches in Glamorgan.
Alternatively, walk along the Glamorgan coastal path and then enjoy a drink in the local pub just 100 yards from the cottage.
Travel a few extra miles and you can visit more stunning sandy beaches such as Merthyr Mawr near Porthcawl, with its famous sand dunes, Ogmore-by-Sea and also the bustling beach resort of Barry Island.
For shopping, why not visit the designer outlet village at Bridgend, the independent shops at nearby Cowbridge or perhaps Cardiff or Swansea.
For those interested in local history, there is much to see, including the nearby ruins of Ogmore Castle, the ancient village of Llantwit Major and the stately homes and grounds of Dyffryn Gardens and Tredegar House.
Situated in a convenient location for a beach holiday, yet close to a range of activities, this comfortable apartment is just perfect for everyone to explore South Wales at any time of the year.
About the location
Bridgend 5 miles; Cardiff 19 miles.
Southerndown is a small village on the Glamorgan Heritage Coast, best known for its wonderful beach, best known as Dunraven Bay, or Red Wolf Bay if you are a Dr. Who fan! The large west-facing beach is suitable for families, summer swimming, fossil hunting and even surfing and is Lifeguard patrolled. There is a small beach shop selling ice cream, drinks, beach toys and hot food and drinks. On the headland are the ruins of Dunraven Castle and also gardens open to the public, where you can enjoy panoramic views of the stunning coastline and across the bay to North Devon. A popular pub not far from the beach offers great views and a chance to relax with a drink and enjoy a meal, as does an excellent Italian restaurant. Nearby Ogmore-by-Sea offers a shop/Post Office, plus there are more good pubs and restaurants in the neighbouring villages. The pretty village of Llantwit Major offers more shops, pubs and restaurants together with historic buildings, or a short drive away is Cowbridge, with its designer boutiques, independent shops and historic Physic Garden. A short trip to Bridgend, will take you to town centre shopping and the popular outlet village. Nearby mountain trails provide the thrills for any cycling enthusiasts, while an easy train or car journey will take you to Cardiff or Swansea for shopping, theatres, concerts, sporting events and much more. A great location for exciting days out exploring the beautiful coast and countryside of South Wales