This lovely detached property is situated in the beautiful village of Llantwit Major in the Vale of Glamorgan.
An ideal base for friends and family wishing to explore this interesting part of the country.
From the hallway enter into the open plan light and airy living area where there is a well-equipped kitchen with a table and chairs.
The lounge has wooden flooring and two lovely comfortable leather sofas where you can settle back and relax in front of the gas stove-effect fire.
There is a good sized dining room where you can enjoy sociable meals together.
Upstairs there is a delightful stained glass window on the landing leading to three bedrooms, one of which has an en-suite shower and there is a family bathroom.
Outside this charming cottage is a large enclosed rear garden and a smaller front lawn, so you are spoilt for choice choosing somewhere to sit and relax whilst planning your next day’s activities.
There is a pebble beach within walking distance through the countryside where there is a café, or if you prefer there are five pubs and coffee shops in the local village and several restaurants, including a very good Italian and an Indian.
The village is also home to two supermarkets, both within a five minute walk, for all your essentials.
If you wish to venture further afield there are sandy beaches, such as Southerndown, Ogmore-by-Sea or Merthyr Mawr near Porthcawl and also the holiday beach resort of Barry Island is also close by.
However, if a spot of retail therapy is for you, you will find many shops in nearby Cowbridge or a bit further away are Cardiff and Swansea and of course, the designer outlet village at Bridgend.
This lovely cottage is an ideal base for exploring all that the area has to offer at any time of the year.
About the location
Cowbridge 5 miles; Bridgend 9 miles; Cardiff 18 miles;
Ancient buildings sit on every corner in Llantwit Major, one of the Vale of Glamorgan’s most beautiful villages, with the first church recorded in the settlement more than 1,500 years ago and lush countryside, caves and sandy beaches providing glorious surroundings. Nearby Cowbridge, with its designer shops, provides the chance for some retail therapy, or why not take the short trip to Bridgend, with its town centre shopping and popular outlet village? The dramatically beautiful Glamorgan Heritage Coastline and the Wales Coast Path beckon, with the seaside resorts of Barry Island and Porthcawl boasting sandy beaches, a surf school, great fishing and a popular park. Ogmore-by-Sea on the other hand offers a vast stretch of unspoilt beach and a riding school from where you can take treks along the sand. An easy train or car journey will take you to Cardiff or Swansea for shopping, theatres, concerts, sporting events. Visit the famous open air Folk Museum at St Fagans near Cardiff to discover times gone by. A great central location for exciting days out exploring the beautiful coast and countryside of South Wales.