Graded 4 Stars by Visit Wales Y Bwthyn Bach is surrounded by the beautiful countryside of the Vale of Glamorgan and lies just three miles from the historic town of Cowbridge with many fine restaurants and shops. The property benefits from new PVC external doors and windows fitted in 2017. The owners house is immediately next to Y Bwthyn Bach and they are normally on-site should any unforeseen problems arise. Off road parking is available in the forecourt between the bungalow and the house.
The ground floor accommodation consists of an open plan lounge / kitchen area. The front door opens into the lounge area with large settee, easy chair, 32" freeview television and DVD player. A unit displays a wealth of tourist information and maps etc.
Within the kitchen area are a dining table and four chairs. There is an electric oven and hob, a small microwave, a fridge and a small washing machine, ironing board and iron. Ample cooking utensils, crockery and cutlery etc are provided. The back door leads from the kitchen area to an enclosed patio with table and four chairs for those 'al fresco' meals. Access to the large rear garden (National Garden Scheme approved) with various options of sitting is via the patio area.
The bedroom can be twin or king bedded with ample storage space availability in the large wardrobe, chest and bedside cupboards. There is a second smaller television in the bedroom. All bedding is supplied and in the case of lets longer than one week, changed weekly.
The bathroom has a wash-hand basin, w.c. and bath with fixed overhead shower. Towels are supplied and also changed weekly.
Free Wi-Fi is available.
Alongside the bungalow is a lockable storage area for those wishing to leave bicycles, golf clubs etc. Clothes drying facilities are also available for walkers, golfers and cyclists.
The property is surrounded by a network of public footpaths and in addition over 300 acres of forestry are approximately 1 mile away.
There are numerous golf courses nearby. The Vale Resort boasts two eighteen hole courses as does Cottrell Park. The Celtic Manor (a past venue of the Ryder Cup) and The Royal Porthcawl are also within easy reach.
Cardiff is the vibrant Capital City of Wales. The City Centre and Cardiff Bay are both approximately 10 miles away. A weekday Park and Ride service runs from the car park of Cardiff City Football Stadium (approximately 6 miles away) to the City Centre. There are numerous tourist attractions in both the City Centre and the Bay and include Cardiff Castle, The National Museum and Gallery of Wales, The Principality Stadium, The Senydd (seat of the Welsh Government), The Millennium Centre and The Doctor Who Exhibition.
Other notable visitor attractions nearby are The Grade 11 listed Dyffryn House with its Grade 1 Listed Gardens, St. Fagans National History Museum, Castle Coch and Caerphilly Castle.
14 Miles of protected stunning coastline known as the Glamorgan Heritage Coast lie waiting to be explored. The historic towns and villages en route have a wealth of myths and legends.
With the South Wales Valleys, the Brecon Beacons and the Gower Coast all easily visited in a day make Y Bwthyn Bach an ideal touring base for South East Wales.