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B and Bs in Cowbridge

Sheepleys
Llandow
Nr Cowbridge

Cowbridge
South Wales

CF71 7PA | View map
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Ewe will just love it!
Nestled in the heart of The Vale countryside, between the picturesque towns of Cowbridge and Llantwit Major, Sheepleys is convenient for Cardiff, the Airport, Heritage Coast and a host of other top attractions.

The light and airy rooms in this individual country home are tastefully furnished and decorated and all have en-suite/private facilities.

The house is surrounded by a large attractive garden and set in seven acres of pastureland. Our menagerie seems to be constantly growing and includes Horses, Donkeys, Sheep and Chickens, plus of course the normal family pets!

There are plently of pubs and restaurants in the locality which all serve excellent food..

Children and well behaved dogs are welcome. You can even bring your horse on holiday to Sheepleys, and sample some of the wonderful riding we have on our doorstep - beaches, mountains and forests!

A warm, friendly atmosphere and comfortable stay is assured with us at Sheepleys, so do come and sample what we have to offer!

Details

Ratings/Awards: WTB 4 Stars
Welcome Host Gold Award
Walkers & Cyclists Award
Number of Rooms: 3
Number Ensuite: 3

Price per Person

Double: From £32.50
Twin: From £32.50
Single: From £45
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Children Welcome - Over 5
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No Smoking Rooms
Open All Year
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