We have a well equipped kitchen area with oven, hob, microwave and fridge. Lounge area with Bed settee suitable for children or 1 adult, dining table and TV. Large double bed, wardrobe and chest of draws , we can also provide a baby cot. A spacious bathroom with a large shower, hand basin and WC. Linen provided.
Private patio with garden furniture, and large paddock suitable as playing area.
Ample off road parking
7 nights for the price of 6 in off peak times
Payments by cheque or cash with a deposit of 50% payable on booking.
Payment can also be made via bank tfr by arrangement with owner Extra charge for breakfast
Breakfast available at extra cost. Please contact direct if breakfast required.
Commanding an outstanding setting on the crest of a hill, and enjoying a picturesque viewpoint, Llantrisant's splendour lies in its enchanting beauty and celebrated past. The glory of what was once a magnificent hilltop fortress town, like a dominant city from biblical times, was crowned by its medieval castle and a fine parish church. Those landmarks still stand, surrounded by a cluster of homes, which cling precariously to the steep slopes, and are scattered throughout the town's charming, unplanned cobbled streets. Llantrisant became one of the most strategically important Norman strongholds in South Wales and, as such, has witnessed a colourful history of which its people remain justifiably proud.
In the squae there is a statue commemorating the Chartist, heretic, archdruid and pioneer in the legalisation of cremation in the British Isles, Dr William Price he was undoubtedly one of the most flamboyant and indeed eccentric characters in Welsh history, as bright and colourful as his burning funeral pyre which shone across a dark and dull Victorian age.Present day LLantrisant and near by Pontyclun have many good restaurants, out of town shopping facilities, a sports and Leisure hall. There are lovely areas to walk especially the LLantrisant common with all its wildlife and mountain ponies
20 minutes from Welsh Capital Cardiff with its castle, Millennium Stadium
and the busy Cardiff Bay and Barrage, 30 minutes from the beautiful Welsh coast and the Breacon Beacons and a no.of golf courses including the Celtic Manor, and many more tourist destinations. Nearby attraction include the Museum of Welsh Life, the lovely Castell Coch and the National Botanic Gardens