Caner Bach Lodge is a well-presented barn conversion on an old farm, one mile from the lovely South Wales village of Blackmill.
Boasting compact and comfortable accommodation for two people or a small family, this is an ideal hideaway for you and your loved ones wishing to explore this fine region.
A modern, open-plan living area immediately welcomes you in; comfortable seating sits in view of the TV while at the other side of the room rests a lovely dining table and a well-equipped kitchen boasting delightful cream-coloured units.
Step through into the peaceful double bedroom, finished to a delightfully welcoming standard and boasting a lavish en-suite with a walk-in shower and a stunning stone feature fireplace, bringing a rustic touch.
Outside, roam the grounds of the farm; your four-legged friend can stretch its legs while you admire this fresh rural setting.
Experience farmlife and help to owners feed the pygmy goats, pigs and chickens (with prior arrangement).
The small village of Blackmill is just one mile away, boasting a shop, two pubs, a Nepalese restaurant and a café - a charming spot to base your relaxing break.
For a wider range of amenities, head to the pretty town of Bridgend just three miles away, a place overlooked by some attractive castle ruins.
If you're craving a day on the beach, the seaside town of Porthcawl is within easy reach and promises a marvellous day trip.
Alternatively, the fabulous city of Cardiff is 25 miles away, a must-visit while in the area.
Use this welcoming barn conversion as the base for your next romantic getaway.
About the location
Bridgend 5 miles; Porthcawl 12 miles; Cardiff 25 miles
A friendly village in the borough of Bridgend in South Wales, just five miles north of the town itself. Blackmill has a lovely little village centre which boasts a petrol station with a shop, a café, a convenience store, a pub serving food and a pub with a Nepalese restaurant. The attractive town of Bridgend is close by, it provides an excellent range of high street shops, pubs and restaurants as well as some stunning castle ruins overlooking the town. A trip to the seaside is available nearby at the traditional town of Porthcawl, offering an amusement arcade, a beach and a lighthouse. Alternatively, enthusiasts of the outdoors can explore the Afan Forest Park or perhaps the wonderful Brecon Beacons National Park slightly further afield. Wales' capital, Cardiff is also within driving distance and is well worth a visit with its castle, Cardiff Bay, and much more to see and do.