Glamorgan holiday cottages

Glamorgan holiday cottages

Glamorgan holiday cottages

Located to the west of Cardiff, the Vale of Glamorgan tends to get overlooked by holidaymakers. This is a great year-round destination, offering action and adventure along with a spectacular coastline and rolling green countryside. If you are a walker or prefer two wheels, then this is the destination for you. The 870-mile Wales Coast Path has plenty of cycle tracks and footpaths to keep you busy! The 9 miles of Glamorgan Heritage Coast trail offers you breathtaking cliffs, nature reserves and ancient churches. If you want your adventure to be water-based then this is perfect for water sports enthusiasts and families. Offering everything from surfing, paddle boarding and wind sailing. If pottering around a beach or relaxing in cosy pubs is your thing then explore our selection of quality-assured Glamorgan cottages.

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Inspiration of things to see and do in our cottages in Glamorgan

This historic county in South Wales is known for its diverse landscapes, cultural heritage, and attractions. Here are the top 5 things to see and do in Glamorgan:

  1. Cardiff: Explore the capital city of Wales, Cardiff, which offers a mix of modern and historic attractions. Visit Cardiff Castle, explore the waterfront area, and enjoy cultural events and shopping.

  2. St. Fagans National Museum of History: Discover St. Fagans, an open-air museum that showcases Welsh history and culture through reconstructed buildings, exhibitions, and demonstrations.

  3. Barry Island: Enjoy a day at Barry Island, a popular seaside resort with sandy beaches, amusement arcades, and a lively atmosphere. It's known for its connection to the TV show "Gavin & Stacey."

  4. Caerphilly Castle: Visit Caerphilly Castle, one of the largest medieval castles in Wales. Explore its impressive fortifications, towers, and moat.

  5. Brecon Beacons National Park: While not fully located in Glamorgan, the Brecon Beacons National Park is nearby and offers stunning natural landscapes, hiking trails, and opportunities for outdoor activities.

Glamorgan holiday cottages