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Self-Catering in Barry

Rose Cottage, Barry, South Wales

Rose Cottage
Barry
South Wales

CF62 4HX | View map
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Rose Cottage is the quintessential chocolate box 17th century thatched cottage for those in search of a luxury self catering character break on the south Wales coast. Set in its own grounds and within walking distance of the Glamorgan Heritage Coast this character property is close enough to the airport and towns such as Barry, Cowbridge, St Athan and Llantwit Major yet removed enough to feel away from it all at the centre of the historic coastal hamlet of Gileston. It is particularly well positioned for weddings at Fonmon Castle, visiting the school and arts venue at Atlantic College, St Donats or training courses at RAF St Athan.
The property is full of character with exposed stone walls and farrow and ball colours. Furnished to a high standard it offers two bedrooms - two doubles - and a luxury shared shower and bathroom. On the ground floor there is a fully fitted kitchen with SMEG range, separate toilet and a spacious lounge area with inglenook fireplace with woodburner. There is a separate dining room with open fireplace and seating for 6 with a french window out onto the sunken patio and garden. The property is centrally heated with a LPG combi boiler.

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