Tytanglwyst Farm Holiday Cottages

Bridgend, Glamorgan

Sleeps 1-10
£400 - £920


Ty Tanglwyst is a 120 acre working dairy farm owned by the Lougher family. The cottages have been converted from old stone farm buildings and are adjacent to the Farmhouse. The cottages are ideally located and are only 10 minutes from the South Wales Coast. There is easy access to the M4 motorway linking South Wales and London.

Ivy Cottage

Ivy Cottage sleeps up to 5 people Ideally 2 adults & 3 Children. Its rustic character has been maintained with white limewashed walls, flagstone floors with rugs, and exposed beams throughout. As well as central heating there is a wood burning stove and a basket of logs supplied. This comfortable well-equipped cottage has everything you could need with quality furnishings digital television, DVD player, Video and Wi-Fi. Open a latched door in the passageway and you will find a wooden alternate tread stairway leading to a cosy attic gallery. From here you can peep through the spindles to the twin bedroom below. The light oak kitchen has an electric oven and hob, fridge and microwave oven. The attractively tiled bathroom has a high ceiling, open to the exposed beams. Next to this is a twin bedroom with pine furnishings.

Swallow Cottage

So named because before conversion it was a stable and home to families of swallows who returned year after year for the summer months. Similar in character to Ivy Cottage with whitewashed walls, flagstone floors and exposed beams, Swallow Cottage can sleep up to four. From the Hallway two steps lead through an arched doorway to the living/kitchen area. The room is comfortably furnished and well equipped with electric oven, hob, fridge and microwave oven, television DVD video and wi-fi. Although centrally heated there is also a wood burning stove for log fires – an ideal place to relax after a busy day out. Leading from the hallway is a double bedroom complete with nooks and crannies. Next to this is the compact bathroom which contains a bath with overhead shower as well as toilet and washbasin. An alternate tread wooden staircase takes you up to a quaint gallery attic bedroom. Here you will find a single bed with a pull-out extra bed stored underneath. Children will enjoy peering through the spindles to the hallway below.

The Granary

The perfect place to relax in comfort. Enjoy a break in this beautiful character accommodation, furnished and equipped to a high standard. The Granary is a spacious detached barn of historical interest sleeping up to 6 people plus a sofa bed. It has a traditional flagstone floor, white limewashed walls and exposed beams throughout, with full central heating and a blazing wood burning fire. Past the entrance hall with its unusual water feature, you will discover a large comfortable lounge area open to the high ceiling with quality furnishings. A passageway and stone staircase incorporated into the building leads to an additional lounge with sofa bed. From here go through the low arched doorway and you will find the minstrel gallery overlooking the living area. A winding wooden staircase takes you from the hallway to the two further attic style bedrooms – one double and one twin. The second bathroom is also off this landing. The wood finish kitchen is fully equipped with microwave and dishwasher. The oval pine table will seat 6 to 8 people. Downstairs is also the master bedroom with en suite facilities (Discover the secrets of the smugglers’ hideaway in this room)

The Coach House

The Coach House is a spacious barn conversion which can comfortably accommodate 8 people(+ sofa bed + cot.) Similar in style to The Granary Cottage, it has whitewashed walls, solid wood and flagstone flooring with under floor heating, and exposed beams. Standing in its own grounds with ample parking space the cottage has a pleasant patio, garden and barbecue area. There is also a utility room with washing machine, tumble drier and freezer. There is secure storage for golf clubs or bikes.

As you enter The Coach House you step into a small hallway, which leads directly into the open plan living/kitchen area. The ground floor is all on one level with no steps. The living area is open to the high ceiling with exposed beams and an attractive gallery linking the upstairs rooms. The living area has comfortable leather sofas and a wood-burning fire. The kitchen is modern and well equipped with a dining table seating up to eight. The gallery has a sofa bed and a comfy chair and partially overlooks the living area below. All four individually styled bedrooms have en suite facilities with two bedrooms and bathrooms downstairs and two upstairs. The ground floor double bedroom and bathroom are suitable for visitors with mobility difficulties. This bathroom has a level shower with seat and grab rails. (Please contact us for an access statement.) The other ground floor bedroom has two single beds. Upstairs you will find another double and a twin bedroom. The well-equipped Coach House has been converted to a high standard and is the ideal place for a large family or group of friends to enjoy a relaxing stay.

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Rates - Swallow & Ivy Cottage from £400 to £540 per week, The Granary from £570 to £800 per week. The Coach House from £590 to £920 per week.
Short Breaks Available on Request
No smoking, sorry no pets permitted
3 & 4 Star Visit Wales.

Please note that map locations may be approximate.

Some of the Amenities available are:

Disabled Facilities
Off Street Parking

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