The Cwtch provides you with the peace and tranquillity of the countryside, with close proximity to a beautiful coastline and the many attractions that South Wales has to offer, with something for everyone, right on your doorstep.
Recently awarded 5* rating by Visit Wales, along with cycling and walking awards and nestling next to a 16th Century Old Rectory "The Cwtch" is a stunning, contemporary cottage, built at the foot of a Norman Motte and Bailey Castle mound and 100 yards from a Norman church which still serves the local community twice a month, with the remains of a Roman camp just 200 yards, steeped in history. This detached, single-storey holiday cottage sits in the owner’s grounds of some 4 acres of delightful gardens, which you are welcome to explore and is set in its own private garden and terrace, ideal for relaxing or alfresco dining with a gas barbecue provided. This one bedroom cottage has a super-king sized sprung mattress bed for a fantastic night's sleep, with a large wet-room and open plan kitchen, dining, and sitting room with a wood burning stove, complete with an abundance of logs - perfect for a cosy night in.
This holiday at a glance
Sleeps two guests.
One bedroom, one wet room.
Wood burning stove.
Small babies in own moses basket welcome.
Sorry, no children or pets.
Private garden and terrace.
Parking for up to two cars.
Minimum stay of two nights.
Recently awarded the much coveted 5* Rating by Visit Wales, along with cycling and walking awards.
Fitted electric oven with separate electric hob, built in microwave.
Fridge with small freezer compartment, small freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer.
Smart TV in the open plan sitting room.
Radio/CD player with iPhone docking.
Attractions and nearby amenities
The small sleepy Hamlet of Llanilid, lies on the edge of Rondda Cynon Taff and borders the two neighbouring counties of the Vale of Glamorgan and Bridgend. The Area is steeped in history, boasting a Norman 11th century Motte and Bailey castle mound, a Norman Church (which is said to be built on earlier foundations and still holds services twice a month) A Roman military camp (Gadlys) and a 16th century Old Rectory (the owners property) which is in a picturesque setting, backed by ancient woodlands and surrounded by leafy lanes which are ideal for Walkers and cyclists, with close proximity to Llanilid Film studios.
Visit St. Fagans National History Museum
Explore the ruins of Coity Castle dating back to the 1100's
Nash Point lighthouse is open to the public from Saturday 7th April until Sunday 30th September (weather permitting).
For children, visit Barry Island Pleasure Park and the Quaser Centre.
St Donats Art Centre offers exhibitions, cinema, dance, theatre, music and children's events.
While The Museum of Welsh Life at St Fagans is also 20 minutes away.