This sweet mid terrace property is perfect for a couples’ retreat. With exposed beams and wood burner this delightful holiday home is well situated to enjoy all the sights and sounds of South Wales.
Bryncethin is a pleasing village with shops and pubs and is just a few miles from the extensive McArthurGlen designer outlet village. The seaside resort of Porthcawl and stunning Ogmore-by-Sea are both just a short drive away and offer lovely walks across beautiful sandy beaches. For the more energetic the Afon Forest Park, a little further afield, provides cycle trails for all abilities in magnificent scenery. Visit the stunning Gower Peninsula, the city of Swansea and the Welsh capital, Cardiff, all making this a great base to enjoy the best of both worlds in the coast and country. (Please check admittance for the various attractions).
Enter through a stable door, through a small lobby and into the beautiful lounge with comfortable sofa and chairs and a warming wood burner. A real country cottage feeling throughout, along with a contemporary twist, makes this a super retreat any time of the year. Through to the delightful kitchen/diner with an electric Aga style oven and hob, fridge/freezer and washing machine. There is also a table and chairs for your early morning breakfast and cosy evening meals. A doorway from the lounge leads to an inner hallway leading through to a rear conservatory, where there is also a fridge/freezer. Completing this floor is the ground floor bathroom, which is up two small steps and has a shower over bath and WC. Upstairs, via a cottage style staircase, to the first floor there are two good-sized double bedrooms, with pretty furnishings. Please note one bedroom leads through to the other. There is a secondary stone staircase from the furthest bedroom, which also leads back down to the lounge, should private access be required.
Outside there is off-road parking for one car and there is a small rear courtyard, accessed from the conservatory.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.