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The Hay Loft
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South Wales

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The Hay Loft is designed with relaxation in mind. You will find it nestled within a pretty hamlet on the Vale of Glamorgan coast. Set within the grounds of a historic 17th century thatched cottage you are also only a stone's throw from the beach.Recently converted to a very high standard, this self catering open space offers ample room for up to four friends to share thanks to a mezzanine sleeping area and double sofa bed below. Think exposed stonework and limewashed walls.Freeview television, free wifi, underfloor heating, dining/living area and luxury 'pebble' shower room offer comfort with practicality. The design is inspired by Farrow and Ball colours, our travels in France and complimented by handpicked funky designer furniture and fabrics. If you're looking for something different - off the beaten track, yet within 25 minutes of Cardiff - then you may well have found the perfect escape. A sanctuary which combines the feel of a boutique hotel with the advantage of being able to come and go as you please.Cardiff International Airport is less than 10 minutes away as is the Glamorgan Heritage Coast, Fonmon Castle, Atlantic College and the historic market towns of Cowbridge and Llantwit Major. Be our guest.From 60 per night. Linen and towels included

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