B and Bs in Cowbridge

Bryn-y-Ddafad Country Guest House
Welsh St. Donats
South Wales

CF71 7ST
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Located in delightful countryside just 4 miles from the M4 and 11 miles from central Cardiff the vibrant Capital city of Wales, Bryn-y-Ddafad is ideal for visitors seeking to explore the area from a quiet and peaceful base. The historic town of Cowbridge, a fantastic place to eat and shop lies 3 miles away.

A restful night's sleep in a comfortable bed followed by a scrumptious Welsh breakfast will ensure your stay is relaxing, enjoyable and memorable. We offer an extensive choice at breakfast with vegetarian options. Why not try some laver bread, a Welsh speciality?

In the main house we offer en-suite twin and double rooms. Guests may chose to relax in either our first floor residents‚ lounge or ground floor sun-lounge with access to the attractive, well maintained gardens and patio area.

Further bed and breakfast accommodation suitable for families is available in our ground-floor apartment. It is also suitable for guests with limited mobility and has wheelchair access. Self catering option is available in the apartment for stays in excess of two nights.

Safe off road parking. Free Wi-Fi. An abundance of tourist information is available to guests.

The house is surrounded by a network of footpaths with 300 acres of forestry nearby. Four eighteen hole golf courses lie within 5 miles. Course and trout fishing are less than 2 miles away. Golfers, walkers and cyclists are welcome to use our storage and clothes drying facilities.

Please visit the About the Area‚ Pages of our website for extensive tourist information. Discounted short breaks and special offers are available please visit our website for details.

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