Nestling next to a 16th century former Rectory, Nos Da (“good night” in Welsh) is a beautifully presented contemporary cottage sleeping four in complete comfort. The open plan living space comprising kitchen, dining area and sitting room with wood burning stove, also features bi-fold doors which open out on to a private terrace and garden. Completing Nos Da is the luxurious master bedroom with 6’4 Superking bed and en-suite bathroom, a second bedroom with 6’ zip and link bed that can be configured as two 3’ singles and separate family shower room. This detached, single-storey holiday cottage sits in the owner’s grounds of four acres of delightful gardens, which guests are welcome to explore.
The small sleepy hamlet of Llanilid lies on the edge of Rhondda Cynon Taff and borders the two neighbouring counties of the Vale of Glamorgan and Bridgend. The area is steeped in history boasting an 11th century Norman motte and bailey castle mound, a Norman church which still serves the local community twice a month, a Roman military camp (Gadlys) and the owners’ 16th century Old Rectory. This picturesque setting is backed by ancient woodlands and surrounded by leafy lanes which are ideal for walkers and cyclists.
The Cwtch sleeping two guests is also available to book at this location.
This holiday at a glance
Sleeps four guests.
Master bedroom with Superking luxury bed (6’4 x 7’3) and en-suite bathroom with bath and handheld shower.
Second bedroom with 6’ zip and link bed (can be configured as two 3’ singles on request) and family shower room.
Open plan living space with bi-fold doors opening to private terrace and garden.
Children and babies in own travel cot welcome.
Sorry, no pets.
Parking for up to two cars.
Minimum stay of two nights.
Wood burning stove.
Fitted electric oven with separate electric hob, built in microwave.
Fridge with small freezer compartment, small freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer.
Television with Freeview, DVD player and digital radio.
Highchair available on request.
Garden table and chairs seating six.
Attractions and nearby amenities
Visit the Millennium Stadium, approx. 30 minutes’ drive away. Click here for a list of future events.
Visit St. Fagans National History Museum.
Explore the ruins of Coity Castle dating back to the 1100s.
Nash Point lighthouse is open to the public from April to September (weather permitting). If you would like to view the lighthouse, please click here.
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.