Glamorgan Heritage Coast holiday cottage, sleeps 9 - Dogs welcome
5 Bedrooms sleeping a maximum of 9. 2 Doubles, 1 Twin and 1 Single on 1st floor. 1 Twin on ground floor.
Bathroom on 1st floor with bath, shower, toilet & washbasin
Shower Room on ground floor with shower, toilet and washbasin
Sitting Room on ground floor with comfortable seating, wood burning stove, TV with Free view and double doors opening into the garden room.
Garden Room with circular table and chairs seating 6, cane sofa, occasional chairs and single futon chair. Beautiful views over 6 acres of garden stretching down the valley towards the sea.
Kitchen/Diner fully fitted, well-equipped kitchen with two-oven Aga, dishwasher, fridge freezer, microwave and table and chairs.
Utility area with washer/dryer and belfast sink.
Grounds - Private gated front courtyard and rear access to 6 acres of beautiful rolling gardens shared with the owners.
Short breaks - No
WiFi - Yes
Changeover - Friday
Towels - Yes
Parking - Yes for 2 cars
Fuel - Oil central heating inclusive May to September. Outside these dates ¬£35 p/w
Dogs - 1 welcome free
Travel cot - Yes
Highchair - No
Glamorgan Heritage Coast & Coastal Path
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Activities over ground, activities underground, water based activities. Adventure walks, team activities and multi activity programmes.
'The Brecon Beacons is our natural outdoor playground.' An extensive range of activities is offered for all ages from 7-70. Activities include canyoning, climbing, caving, quad biking, paintball, coasteering, clay pigeon shooting and more.
The largest working waterwheel to generate electricity in Europe. The turbine house provides access to an interactive display, fish pass and observation window. A new tin man exhibition shows how tin influenced the world.
The Normans built wooden and then stone defences. The stone fortress can still be seen in the middle of the grounds affording extensive views from the top. In the 18th C the very wealthy Bute Family made it their home. The 3rd Marquis transformed the interior giving each of the rooms its own theme. A guided tour explores some of them. It was the first home in Wales and the third in Britain to have electricity.
There is a second beach around the headland to the east but itís difficult to get to as itís around the headland and the access down is by steep steps. The headland is Witches Point, designated a SSSI for geological importance. Satnav users please note this post code will get you to the Glamorgan Heritage Coast Centre close to Dunraven Bay. Life guards patrol during the summer season. There is easy access to the Wales Coast Path Dogs are welcome Oct - March. Sorry no dogs Apr - Sept Amenities: car park, public toilets, seasonal refreshments
Lifeguards patrol the beach during the summer season. Close to Merthyr Mawr sand dines. Dogs are welcome all year round. Amenities: car park, public toilets, seasonal refreshments
Newton Beach to the east of Porthcawl is a long sandy and rocky beach, backed by the Newton Burrows and Merthyr Mawr sand dunes, a designated Site of Special Scientific Interest, and ending at the mouth of the River Ogmore at Ogmore-by-Sea. Newton Beach and the sand dunes are popular with walkers and horse riders. The beach is popular with windsurfers, jet skiers and power boat users. Satnav users please note this postcode will get you to Beach Road.
Lifeguards patrol during the summer months. Dogs are welcome Oct - April. Dog restrictions apply May- Sept. Amenities: car park, public toilets, shops, cafes, pubs, restaurants
Guided tours are available at nearby Nash Point Lighthouse. Dogs are welcome all year round. Amenities: car park, seasonal refreshments
Sandy Bay, with the area in front of the fairground known as Coney Beach, is a large sheltered and sandy beach. The beach has lifeguard cover from May to September and the water quality is rated as excellent. Popular with families for donkey and pony rides on the beach, trampolines and bouncy castles and the adjacent Coney Beach Fun Fair. Sandy Bay is also popular with surfers. Sandy Bay hosts the ever popular Christmas morning swim where hundreds of swimmers, many in fancy dress, have braved the waters on Christmas Day since 1965, drawing in thousands of spectators and raising thousands of pounds for local charities. Dogs are welcome Oct - April. Dog restrictions apply May - Sept Amenities: car park, public toilets, shops, cafes, restaurants, pubs
Swimming is prohibited at the beach and conditions are only suitable for experienced surfers due to the tides and sharp rocks. Dogs are welcome Oct - April. Sorry no dogs May - Sept. Amenities: Porthcawl car parks, public toilets, restaurants, cafes, pubs, shops
Dogs welcome all year round. Amenities: at Llantwit Major, car parks, shops, pubs, cafes, restaurants
Situated on the Glamorgan Heritage Coast, Rest Bay is a sandy Blue Flag beach west of Porthcawl. It is a very popular for water sports, especially surfing. A 'surf cam' shows live conditions from Rest Bay 24-hours-a-day. A lifeguard station overlooks the beach which is patrolled by lifeguards during the summer months the beach . Satnav users please note this postcode will get you to the Royal Porthcawl Golf Club. Dogs are welcome Oct - April. Sorry no dogs May - Oct. Amenities: car park, public toilets, cafe bar, first aid, lost children centre, surfing acadamy (the last 3 are seasonal)
Lifeguards patrol during summer. Popular for surfing and coastal walks all year round. Dogs are welcome Oct - Sept. Dog restrictions apply May - Sept. Amenities: car park,public toilets, seasonal refreshments, at Llantwit Major, shops, cafes, pubs, restaurants.
Pink Bay is a quiet beach, 15 minutes walk from Rest Bay. Lifeguard cover from early July to end of August. Remember, no flag, no lifeguard. Satnav users please note this postcode will get you to the Porthcawl Royal Golf Club beside Pink Bay. Dogs are welcome all year round. Amenities: car park at Rest Bay then access on foot.
Sker Beach is the most westerly beach in Porthcawl and is accessible only by walking from Rest Bay or Kenfig National Nature Reserve. Its remote location makes it one of the quiter beaches in Porthcawl. A plaque, in memory of the 47 lives lost on the S.S.Santampa, capsized and wrecked in heavy seas, and the Mumbles RNLI life boat which attempted rescue on April 23, 1947, is visible at low tide. At very low tides wreckage is still being found. Dogs welcome all year round. Amenities: car park at Rest Bay or Kenfig Nature Reserve then access on foot.
The beach is poular with walkers and fisherfolk Dogs are welcome all year round. Amenities: car park, public toilets (seasonal opening)
Satnav users please note this postcode will get you to the Blue Anchor pub half a mile from the beach.
A good combination of a beach and country park. Includes an adventure playground and nature trails. Dogs Amenities: car park, public toilets, refreshments
The new millennium saw the regeneration of much of the seafront area . The beach front has been re-built and includes a piazza, skate park and adventure playground. Dogs are welcome Oct - April. Sorry no dogs May - Sept. Amenities: car park, public toilets, public telephone, refreshments along the promenade
A quiet spot 'far from the madding crowd.' Dogs are welcome all year round.
Attractions include a lake shaped like a Welsh harp and a skate park. Coastal walks nearby. Dogs are welcome Oct - March. Dog restrictions apply April - Sept. Amenities: car park
Seaside attractions and amusement arcades are close to the beach. Dogs are welcome Oct - March. Dog restrictions apply April - Sept Amenities: car park, public toilets, cafes, shops, pubs, restaurants, beach wheelchairs available for hire during the summer from the Tourist Information Centre.
A quieter alternative to Whitmore Bay, with coastal walks. Dogs are welcome all year round. Amenities: car park, public toilets, shops, cafes, pubs, restaurants
Bracelet Bay is small and rocky, backed by a bank of pebbles. Sand is exposed at low tide. Care should be taken when swimming there are strong rip currants between the two islands of Mumbles Head. A lifeguard patrols during the summer. Dogs are welcome Oct - April. Sorry no dogs May - Sept. Amenities: car park, restaurants, bar, ice cream
There is a pathway from one end to the other which makes an enjoyable 2 hour stroll or cycle ride. Swansea Marina is located at the eastern end. Dogs are welcome Oct - March. Sorry no dogs April - Sept at: Swansea Bay from the River Tawe to the slip (opposite Victoria Park/Patti Pavilion) and Swansea Bay from the beach access at Sketty Lane Car Park (opposite the Wales National Pool/Singleton Boating Lake) to the Northern edge of the slip (opposite West Cross Inn). Amenities: car parks, public toilets, cafes, shops, pubs, restaurants
The beach is popular for fishing. Dogs are welcome Oct - March. Sorry no dogs April - Sept Amenities: car park, public toilets, shops, cafes, restaurants, pubs
It was from here that Marconi received the first radio transmission across water in 1897. Dogs are welcome all year round. Amenities: car park, refreshments
Surfing competitions are often held here. Dogs are welcome Oct - April. Sorry no dogs May - Sept Amenities, car parks, public toilets, snack kiosks, beach shop, Mumbles village is 20 minutes walk away
The beach is safe for swimming and popular with wind surfers. There is a one and a half mile coastal path eastwards to Langland Bay with spectacular views across the Bristol Channel to North Devon. Dogs are welcome Oct - April. Sorry no dogs May - Sept. Amenities car park, public toilets, public telephone, cafe, Mumbles village 10 minutes drive away
Access is difficult with a 20 minute walk but worth it for this very secluded, pebbly, picturesque and romantic beach with lots of sand at low tide. The only public access is on foot from either Brandy Cove (approx 20 mins), Pennard or through Bishopston Valley (both approx 1 hour). Dogs are welcome all year round. Amenities: car park at Bishopston, Pennard, Caswell, public toilets at Caswell, Pennard
Oxwich Bay is backed by sand dunes. A footpath to the west leads through woodland past the church of St Illtyd and over Oxwich Point to Slade, The Sands and Horton. Dogs are welcome all year round. Please keep your dog on a lead when children are around. Amenities: car park, public toilets, shops, places to eat, Oxwich Bay Hotel
Professional qualified crew with excellent local knowledge will help you to enjoy wildlife, local history and the thrill of skimming across open water.
Enjoy a boat trip to Oxwich Bay, Worms Head or Caldey Island. Evening cruises also available.
St Fagan's explores all aspects of how people in Wales have lived, worked and spent their leisure time. Over 40 original buildings from different historical periods have been relocated in the 100 acres of St Fagan's Castle Parkland. Craftsmen demonstrate traditional skills. There are galleries, exhibitions and special events all through the year.
Operas, concerts, theatre, choirs, dance, ballet, children's entertainment, comedians and more, afternoons and evenings. Art exhibitions, workshops and training days. Free foyer performances daily. Guided tours. The vision of the Millennium Centre is "to be an internationally significant cultural landmark and centre for the performing arts renowned for inspiration, excellence and leadership."
Home to the annual Welsh Proms Cardiff with world class orchestras, soloists and conductors. BBC Cardiff Singer of the World Competition as well as pop, rock, folk, jazz, blues, comedy, children's shows, lunch time concerts, musicals, light entertainment, dance, world music, film & classical music. Welsh gifts and cards sold in the foyer shop. Bar and restaurants on site.
Swansea's only waterside theatre venue. Dylan Thomas was a member in the early 1930's.
The elegant neo classical building houses a 4000 year old mummy, an Icthyosaur skeleton, a priceless collection of rare early 19th C Swansea porcelain and much more.
There is something to amaze everyone. Admission is free.
Cafe Bar and the Arts Wing gallery are on site.
Coffee shop and restaurant service available in the theatre.
The permanent collection includes stained glass art commemorating Swansea's worldwide reputation in the craft, work by old masters as well as an international collection of porcelain and Swansea china. There is also modern painting and sculptures. An art book shop is on site.
A 20 year old company with a reputation for energetic, unpredictable and arresting work that combines strong visual impact, physicality and intelligent text.
Courses from 1 1/2 hours. Training and insight into the world of chocolate for all ages.
The falls drive the largest water wheel currently used in Europe to generate electricity. The Turbine House provides access to an interactive display, fish pass and observation window.
A tour behind the scenes includes a visit to the changing rooms, a walk out onto the pitch, a visit to the Royal box, and a view from the top of the stands. The stadium has the biggest closing roof in the world. The pitch is removable to accommodate rock concerts.
Specialist shops of the kind that have died out elsewhere can be found in the arcades. Some of the best shopping in Cardiff is to be found in these glass roofed arcades.
A feast of panoramic views of estuaries, red kites, forests and hills. One of Wales' most scenic railway routes with events and attractions along the way.
An exhibition with hands on exhibits. A science theatre and a Planetarium. Entertaining education for all the family.
This educational and enjoyable chocolate tour is very popular. Booking is essential.
Attractions include visitor centre, rural life museum, craft shops, play areas, farm animals and a full programme of events for families to enjoy.
Satnav users please note this postcode will get you to the Tourist Information Office in the centre of Merthyr Tydfil.
The Garwnent Visitor Centre is in Coed Taf Fawr part of the Brecon Beacons National Parks Forest.
Book for an acclaimed VIP tour and Master class or just go along and browse the exhibition and the distillery in action. The distillery has won numerous awards at international spirits competitions. The distillery also produces liquer, vodka and gin.
There are surprises around every corner including the magnificent 18th C orangery, a picturesque Tudor, gothic style Victorian mansion, a 12th C chapter house, ornamental gardens and a long established deer herd. Facilities include parking, visitors centre, cafe, narrow gauge railway, children's attractions and much more.
Bute Park is home to Glamorgan Country Cricket Club, the Welsh Institute of Sport, a riding school and the Welsh College of Music and Drama.
There are three climate zones: Tropical, Arid & Humid. Also all manner of strange insects, reptiles, fish and birds. Gift shop and cafe on site.
Formerly owned by an admiral who sponsored plant collections overseas. His influence can be seen in the Japanese bridge, Admiral's tower, gazebo, bog garden, elephant rhubarb and more. Enjoy the magnificent Clyne Castle and panoramic views of Swansea.
Open daily from 9 til 6 and 9 til 4.30 in winter. Refreshments are available during August. Shop and plants sales on Saturdays between 10 and 2.
The house is open to the public as well as a visitors centre with exhibition and cafe/restaurant. Events are held throughout the year such as historical re-enactments, childrens activity days and family days out.
There are plenty of bunkers and out of bounds areas to keep even the best golfer on their toes.
Pro shop, buggy hire, practice facilities,clubhouse, changing room, lockers and showers available.
The course has panoramic views of the Brecon Beacons, Black mountain, Swansea Valley, Mumbles Head and Swansea Bay. There is a golf professional on site. Facilities include outdoor practice range, buggies for hire, coffee, meals and licensed bar in the club house.
Pro shop, bar & function room
The club house serves food and drink. There is a Pro shop on site.
Day permits for game on the Upper Neuadd Reservoir, River Taff and River Usk.
Bowls, squash, synthetic pitch, licensed bar, fitness studio and weights room.
The sculptures range from the amusing to the moving.
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