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The owner of Cheese House has taken extra steps to undertake a COVID-19 Risk Assessment and has a process in place to maintain cleanliness and aid social distancing, in accordance with the Visit Britain 'We're Good To Go' scheme.
You will be staying in this entire home with you and your loved ones.
Check-in from 4:30PM and Check out by 10:00AM
Cheese House was handpicked by our team to join our portfolio. Here's just a few of the reasons we think you'll love staying in Cheese House too!
Cheese House looks like a fairytale cottage complete with roses round the door, which you are sure to fall in love with as soon as you arrive. Home to some beautiful features including the original 18th century cheese press, exposed beams, and a handcrafted kitchen made from our very own felled trees - this cottage has been beautifully furnished to offer that home from home feeling but with the added luxury you would expect from a country estate setting.
Offering two bedrooms, one with a large king-size bed, featuring an oversized headboard which cleverly conceals the en-suite shower room, and the second bedroom is a twin room with two single beds accessed via a small set of wooden steps and has its own separate shower room next door.
The living area of the cottage is an open plan style, with a separate space for the comfy lounge, a dining area with seating for four and the kitchen which is at the front of the cottage overlooking the pretty inner courtyard and rose walk.
After the most wonderful sleep, wake yourself up with a morning stroll through the enchanting gardens. Watch the mist clear, revealing views from the Welsh coastline across the Bristol channel to the distant hills of Devonshire.
Wander through the walled garden, pick an apple or two from the ancient apple trees. Then in the evening time; the Manor's Folly is the perfect place to enjoy a glass and observe spectacular sunsets across the rolling fields to the shimmering sea beyond.
For larger parties, Cheese House could be rented with Gileston Coach House, The Apple Store, The Stalls, and The Stables.
2 bedrooms sleeping 4. Luxury bed linen & towels provided.
King-sized bedroom with ensuite shower room, WC, washbasin on the first floor with exposed beams, shuttered windows and an array of original fixtures and fittings - Twin bedroom on 1st floor with ensuite shower room, WC, washbasin ( twin bedroom is accessed by separate wooden steps). Complimentary toiletries, Hairdryer.
Open plan Lounge/kitchen/diner with sofa, armchair and quarry tiled floor, flat-screen TV, Complimentary WiFi.
Fully equipped kitchen, including a standard electric oven/grill, four ring electric hob, a microwave, fridge, toaster & kettle. Complimentary Tea, Coffee & Milk. Dining table with seating for 4.
Thermostatically controlled radiators throughout.
Separate laundry room located in the courtyard, with washing machine, ironing board and iron
Access to all gardens and grounds, garden bench and a small outdoor dining table and chairs.
Guests have access to all grounds. The property has its own outside bach and seating area for outdoor dining.
Please note: Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, certain facilities at some of our properties may not be deliverable. This may include - but is not limited to - swimming pools, hot tubs, and some shared communal areas. If you have a specific enquiry, please contact us by email here. Thank you for your understanding.
If you would like more information on the local area, please call us on 01348 837871 to speak to one of our friendly team.
EATING & DRINKING
The historic Blue Anchor Pub in the nearby village of Aberthaw was established in 1380 making it possibly one of the oldest pubs in Wales.
The pub serves gastro style food as well as having a more formal restaurant.
A warm welcome awaits guests at this premier restaurant, bar and steakhouse in Penarth Marina.
If you're looking for some beautiful sights, sounds and scents, go and explore Dyffryn Gardens; a collection of botanical gardens located near the villages of Dyffryn and St. Nicholas in the Vale of Glamorgan. The gardens were selected by the British Tourist Authority as one of the Top 100 gardens in the UK and are in the care of the National Trust.
Take a day trip to the wonderful St Fagans National Museum of History, commonly referred to as St Fagans after the village where it is located, is an open-air museum in Cardiff chronicling the historical lifestyle, culture, and architecture of the Welsh people.
The museum is part of the wider network of Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales.
Dunraven Bay is much loved by the locals and attracts thousands of visitors every year, it is also often referred to as Southerndown beach taking its name from the nearby village.
The beach here is a great place to fossil hunt and has some of the best rock pools along the coast, has a great sandy beach, large car park and visitor facilities.
Home to a wide selection of boutique shops and bars and restaurants, the Bay also has boat trips and a variety of events throughout the year, such as the International Food Festival.
Look out for events at the Wales Millennium Centre, the home of theatre and the arts in Wales which hosts many visiting artist and west end shows.
Cow bridge shopping heaven!
Called Y Bont-faen (the stone bridge) in Welsh, this understated historic market town has become one of Wales' most fashionable places to see and be seen.
The town boasts dozens of predominantly independent boutiques and restaurants. Some are spread along the High Street, others are in the arcades at Mason's Yard and Verity's Court – where you'll find the Old Wool Barn art and craft workshops. Eating out in Cowbridge is always a treat. The town boasts a superb range of bistros, restaurants, pubs and wine bars catering for every taste.
Llantwit Major or “Llanilltud Fawr” has developed quietly while retaining its meandering medieval streets and fine stone buildings. It's unassuming, yet with unrivalled provenance as the most important early Christian settlement in Wales founded by St Illtud.
In the maze of narrow streets, you'll discover independent shops, friendly cafes serving beautiful dishes for every taste with local produce on most menus. There is a cluster of historical inns dating from the 12th century.
A short drive or gentle stroll takes you to Llantwit Major's beach, Cwm Colhuw, where there's a café, great rock pools and easy access to the Wales Coast Path.
We have 9 pictures of Cheese House, so why not take a look around?
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