2 log cabins sleeping 14 with large decking area, bbq and hot tub/jacuzzi
About David Williams
Hi, my name is David Williams, my family have lived in this area for several generations. I attended the small school in Glynogwr which has now been converted to a family home. I am married with one child and have lived in Glynogwr for the past 20 years. I am originally from a farming background and have diversified into the self-catering holiday let business with the support of my wife and daughter. I love the area and am only too happy for other people to come and appreciate what South Wales has to offer. I am very keen to make sure you have a personalised holiday experience rather than the cold packaged experiences offered by larger companies. I will always be available to help and assist you in any way possible; from suggested things to do and practical arrangements e.g. taxis, bookings and reservations.
David Williams purchased this Cabin in 2017
Why David Williams chose Bridgend
I believe that these log cabins offer a unique holiday experience in terms of the quality of the accommodation and the exceptionally beautiful and relaxing location. The outside decked area with its hot tub/jacuzzi is an ideal place to relax after spending the day exploring all that Wales has to offer.
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
Canceled bookings will not receive a refund
Great Family holiday (three families). Peaceful location & Beautiful views!
The cabins were clean on arrival and more spacious than we were expecting. There were 3 families staying with a total of 14 people. The hot tub was an added bonus particularly for the teenagers in the evenings!
The only recommendations would be to have all Amenities such as washing machine and freezer in both cabins as if the party is made up of 3 families like us, they were definitely in demand-as was the wifi as it was only accessible in one cabin- may be a booster would help to ensure all guests can access it?
The views were amazing and the cabins were warm and cosy no matter what the weather - we did have high winds and rain on some days.
The chickens, cows and horse were lovely to watch also.
Location was great for accessing the Brecon beacons for outdoor activities - gorge walking and white water rafting recommended!
Milk, tea & coffee, biscuits and especially the wine were a nice touch and gratefully received upon arrival.
Communication prior and during the stay was good and David always responded promptly to enquires and requests.
David was friendly and welcomed us whilst checking all was ok on arrival, promptly assisting to a broken bathroom lock and assisting with constant demands from our children for extra/additional bedding!
Beautiful, comfortable, clean and peaceful base to explore south wales.
Thank you from us all.
Stayed here for the weekend celebrating a hen party ,enjoyed every minute ,log cabins were lovely and clean ,Dave the owner made us feel very welcome would definitely stay again
Lovely modern cabins in beautiful location
We had a great time in the cabins, they comfortably accommodated our party of 13. Great views and peaceful location. Clean, modern accommodation that was a perfect base for our long weekend visit.
The log cabins were perfect for our family stay and was in a good location for our itinery.
All the family enjoyed staying at the Glynogwr Lodge log cabins, they were clean and comfortable. We had to share the amenities from each cabin and could of done with more crockery and frying pans, but that said, we still had a great time and David was very helpful and on hand if we'd needed him. My daughter loved the chickens (we have 8 at home) and the horse, which was friendly. The views were lovely, whatever the weather the cabins were warm & cosy.
Thanks for a great stay David, from all the Foroozan family.
Excellent facility, top guy who rents the cabins.
Great weekend for the Wales vs England rugby. Group of 11 who shared the lodges. Excellent facilities and views are absolute stunning.
Enjoyed our stay.
Glynogwr lodge log cabins are ideally located to explore everything South Wales has to offer:
Cardiff - Capital City of Wales (museums, castles, shopping, nightlife, restaurants, theatres, sporting events, concerts and so much more)
The Glamorgan Heritage Coast and beyond to the Gower Peninsula (Nash Point Lighthouse, Dunraven Bay at Southerndown, Ogmore-by-Sea and its castle and pony-trekking facilities, Porthcawl / funfair, golfing, surfing, theatre and music, Merthyr Mawr sand dunes.
Mountains and Valleys; the famed Brecon Beacons, the Amman Valley and mountain biking centre, Mining Museum, walking and hiking, Dan Yr Ogof caves, waterfalls.
History and Culture: Cardiff Castle, Caerphilly Castle, St Fagans Museum of Welsh Life, Rhondda Heritage Park