Ivy Cottage sleeps up to 5 people. 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.
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 sleeps four.
The Granary is a spacious detatched barn of historical interest sleeping up to 6 people plus 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.
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.
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