About this property
Resting in the seaside village of Ogmore-by-Sea is this pretty blue, semi-detached cottage, Tŷ Glas. With views of the sea and sleeping up to six guests, Tŷ Glas is an ideal setting for your next trip to the south Wales coastline, within easy reach of the capital city of Cardiff. As you arrive into the property, there is a downstairs WC, a home-style sitting room with plenty of space for all your loved ones to enjoy some popcorn in front of the TV, and a kitchen/diner to suit your self-catering requirements, so decide who the dedicated chef is and gather round the dining table as they serve you a home cooked meal, there is also a handy dishwasher and washer/dryer. Upstairs there is a lovely king-size bedroom with an en-suite to allow for flexibility and privacy, as well as a further king-size room and a double, both king-size rooms can be a twin on request, with plenty of storage to unpack your personal belongings and one with great views out to the sea! To complete the first floor there is a bathroom with the choice to soak in a warm bath to rest your feet after a long day, or grab a quick shower in the morning to prepare in style. Outside there is a driveway with off-road parking for two cars, and to the rear is an enclosed garden with lawn for your furry friends to play, and a patio with furniture to enjoy a spot of al fresco dining or a morning coffee in the fresh air or later in the evening sink into the warmth of the hot tub where you can chat about your day. From the property you can see the seaside town of Porthcawl, a delightful coastal town, with plenty of local attractions, also close by you’ll find Cowbridge and Llantwit Major, local market towns with lots of unique shops, farmers markets and shops, pubs and restaurants. Ogmore-by-Sea is in a wonderful location with a sandy beach at low tide and offering views of Tusker Rock, there is also a shop/Post Office just a stone's throw away, where you can grab any essentials you need for your stay. Around the outskirts of the village there are some superb pubs and restaurants, for when you fancy heading out, whilst on the shoreline there is the opportunity for rock climbing, fossil hunting and watching groups of horse riders on the beach. Nearby is the hidden gem of Dunraven Bay, Dunraven Castle with its surrounding gardens, you’ll also find the local beach just a 5-10 minute walk away, from here you can join the Heritage Coastal Path. Within driving distance is the famous town of Barry, which is also home to a gorgeous sandy beach and a pretty pebbled beach, as well as the ruins of Barry Caste, ample shops, pubs and restaurants, and an amusement park, featured in the popular sitcom, Gavin and Stacey. Slightly further afield is the capital city of Wales, Cardiff, which has an abundance of things to see and do, such as Cardiff Castle, the historical animal wall, many museums and art galleries, shopping, theatre visits, rugby and football matches. For an amazing time in south Wales, choose Tŷ Glas as your base.