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Llety y Ddafad

Cowbridge - South Wales

  • Sleeps 2
  • 1 Bedroom
  • 1 Bathroom
  • Sorry, no pets allowed
  • WiFi internet
BOW17
£320 - £459 per week *

Description

Rural cottage set in rolling countryside near Cowbridge in the Vale of Glamorgan and only 11 miles from the centre of Cardiff and Cardiff Bay. Ideally located to explore the beautiful Glamorgan Heritage Coast, The Brecon Beacons, the variety of attractions and activities that South East Wales has to offer and also for any events that are on in Cardiff.  

 

Ground Floor

Open plan kitchen, dining and lounge. 

Fully equipped kitchen with electric oven and hob, fridge (freezer compartment) microwave, toaster and kettle. Dining table and chairs for 4. Comfy sofa and chair with TV and DVD. Large selection of tourist information and maps are provided.

Bedroom - King or twin bedroom (please request when booking). Ample storage space including a wardrobe. Wall mounted TV. Double patio doors provide an escape route in the event of an emergency..

Bathroom  - Bath and shower over bath, wc with transfer point alongside and basin. 

Mains smoke alarms and emergency lighting in open plan living area, smoke alarm in bedroom. The property has been inspected by the fire service.

 

Outside

Private enclosed rear patio area with wooden table and chairs for 4.  Countryside views and access to attractive gardens shared with the owners.

Secure lock up and clothes drying facilities are alongside the cottage for walkers, bikers, golfers and fishermen.

 

Additional Information

Bed linen, hand and bath towels included and changed weekly if lets exceed one week.

Central heating and electricity included.

Travel cot available. (please request when booking)

As the nearest regular public transport is three miles away a car is required.

The following are all provided at the cottage for your stay… Kitchen: washing up liquid Bathroom: toilet roll. General cleaning products: vacuum cleaner, cleaning liquid .

No smoking

No pets

No children under 12 allowed (apart from babies up to the age of 18mths)

 

Information for Disabled and Less Abled People

  • Easy access for a wheelchair, all parts of the interior are accessible.
  • There are chippings on floor in car park so may not be suitable for some wheel chairs. However you can park fairly close to the door.

Features

  • Sleeps 2
  • 1 Bedroom
  • 1 Bathroom
  • Sorry, no pets allowed
  • WiFi internet
  • Friday changeover
  • 10 Miles from a beach
  • 2 Miles from a pub
  • 1 Mile from a shop
  • Ground floor bath/shower room
  • Ground floor bedroom
  • Disabled Friendly
  • Bed linen provided
  • No freezer
  • Towels provided
  • No tumble dryer
  • Washing machine
  • No highchair available
  • Travel cot available

Prices

Reviews

Beautiful cottage and lovely owners.Gerald from Shropshire - 16th October 2018

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Local Area

Llety y Ddafad is a detached holiday cottage set in a peaceful rural location in the beautiful Vale of Glamorgan alongside the owners own property. Whilst a car is advised the property is within easy reach of the M4. The market town of Cowbridge is only 3 miles away and has many boutiques, restaurants, a farmer’s market and many local pubs. In Cowbridge there are a wide range of local suppliers and several supermarkets including Waitrose. 

Cardiff is only 11 miles away and is a hub of attractions, sporting events, culture and entertainment. It has many famous attractions including the The Principality (former Millennium) Stadium, Cardiff Castle, The National Museum and Gallery, St. Davids' Hall, New Theatre and St. Davids 2 shopping Centre. Cardiff has hosted major events including the Champions league final, Rugby World Cup final and Ashes Cricket.  Cardiff Bay has developed into a haven for leisure with the International White Water Centre, Olympic sized swimming pool, splash pool, jet boating, sailing and kayaking among many of the activities on offer.

Also close by are the highly acclaimed St. Fagans National History Museum (free entry), Dyffryn House and Grade 11 listed Gardens now under the guardianship of the National Trust and the recently opened Royal Mint Visitor Centre at Llantrisant.

The Glamorgan Heritage Coast is a rugged and beautiful coastline with great beaches, high cliffs and fantastic walks. The tidal range is the second largest in the world and provides 14 miles of fantastic protected coastline for fishing, walking and of course relaxing.

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The property is surrounded by public footpaths with forestry walks nearby. A large selection of walking literature is provided.  There are many walks including the all Wales Coastal Path that you can join via the Glamorgan Heritage Coastal Path, 8 miles away. 

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Various venues for fly and coarse fishing nearby. Including Warren Mill farm. 2 miles.

Charters fishing boats available from Cardiff Bay. 11 miles

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