Vale of Glamorgan Self-Catering Cottages
Spread the word, the Vale of Glamorgan is wonderful for Welsh cottage breaks.
The Vale of Glamorgan, known as Bro Morgannwg in Welsh, has a coastline on south Wales, west of Cardiff. The Vale of Glamorgan is a lovely setting for country cottage breaks; a rugged coastline and its rolling countryside distinguishes it from rest of Wales. The name is also instantly recognisable as Welsh. Tell people that you went on holiday to the Vale of Glamorgan and they will know that you were in Wales, maybe not exactly where geographically or what it was like so do please let your friends know that the Vale of Glamorgan is fabulous - a great place for a cottage holiday.
Featured Vale of Glamorgan Self-Catering Cottages :
3 bedroom Cottage
2 - 5
Settled within the sought-after development of Whitehall Landing, in the historic seaside town of Whitby, rests this contemporary three-bedroom apartment, 5 Hunton Court.
Special features: free internet access.
5 bedroom Cottage
5 - 10
Woodside House is a unique, listed house forming the main part of this Victorian mansion with huge historical heritage surrounded by countryside and woodlands on the outskirts of Arbroath, Angus.
Special features: free internet access, games room.
Staying in a rented cottage in the Vale of Glamorgan is the most comfortable form of self-catering holiday, there are real soft comfortable beds to fall into, proper cooking facilities, a good bathroom and that all essential TV for the evening. There is no chance of having a rough holiday when renting holiday cottages or lodges; the accommodation is tailored to pleasure and satisfaction.
Holiday accommodation of all types is available on the Vale of Galmorgan, find cottages, log cabins, holiday apartments, farm houses and more, big group accommodation as well as cottage for couples.
Situated in proximity to the capital of Wales, Cardiff, the Vale of Glamorgan serves as a popular place among travellers keen for self catering cottage holidays. The Vale of Glamorgan in South Wales offers its guests plenty of tourist attractions, including heritage sites, natural wonders, museums and more.
For ultimate fun and recreation, holidaymakers can choose to visit the Barry Island Pleasure Park that encompasses over 30 rides and attractions, shops, bars, restaurants and amusement arcades. Those who want to explore the natural beauty of the Vale of Glamorgan can visit the Cosmeston Lakes Country Park, which features a lake and a reconstructed medieval village, described as the best of its kind in the entire country.
Tourists on a self catering cottages break in Vale of Glamorgan can also make a visit to the haunted St. Donat's Castle, within the grounds of which lies an arts centre. Other major places of interest that travellers can visit during cottage holidays include Llandow Circuit, Llandaff Cathedral and Warren Mill Farm. Various activity centres are also located hither and thither in the region.
Moreover, tourists can choose to stay in country cottages for a comfortable vacation. Use our search assistant to find cottage accommodation in the Vale of Glamorgan for you.