Vale of Glamorgan B & B
Stables Cottage is situated on the edge of the vale village of Llandow. Nestled between the city of Cardiff and Bridgend, Llandow is only 3 miles from the stylist market town of Cowbridge. The locality boasts a beautiful heritage coast line with stunning beaches, Go Kart racing, and other top attractions and outdoor pursuits within the locality. Home to the most southerly point in Wales and a dramatic coastline, the Vale of Glamorgan is perfect for those who love the outdoor life or discovering towns and villages packed full of traditional charm and character.
One of the most fashionable places in the area, rural Cowbridge is full of sophisticated boutique shops and plays host to a fantastic food and drink festival each autumn.
If you like to shop in style then you'll love Cowbridge. The town is often referred to as the Bond Street of Wales and has numerous unique, family-owned shops selling upmarket clothes for both ladies and gentlemen as well as jewellery, leather goods, shoes, antiques and craft
Eating out in Cowbridge is always a treat, whether you're looking for a lunchtime bite or a three-course meal. The town boasts a superb range of restaurants, pubs and wine bars, catering for all tastes and each with their own individual character and style.
The town has a wealth of history dating back to Roman times, while the South Gate on Town Mill Road shows the only surviving gateway of the original walled town. It is an extremely rare example of medieval town gates in Glamorgan and dates from the early 14th century.
Stables Cottage offers a simple continental breakfast in a beautiful, well presented, peaceful barn conversion.
Double/twin rooms £45
Singe occupancy £35
The barn is also available as a summer let on a weekly basis.
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This page was last updated: 04 October 2011