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Welcome to The Hay Loft

Address: Rose Cottage, Gileston, Llantwit Major, CF62 4HX

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Set within the grounds of a historic 17th Century thatched cottage, guests at the Hay Loft are a 10-minute stroll from Limpert Bay. This self-catering accommodation has free Wi-Fi and under-floor heating. The small building is traditional and stone-built, with a seating area outside and a fully modernised interior. The kitchenette looks onto the garden, with a sitting and dining area and steps up to the mezzanine doube bedroom. Guests at the Hay Loft can relax on the sofa with the TV, or enjoy a book outside on the patio. The sofa can be turned into an extra bed comfortable for 2 children. The contemporary styled shower room’s walls have been studded with pebbles in a unique finish, and there are many modern comforts such as an iPod docking station, a DVD player, and there is even a barbeque for use in fine weather. 25 minutes’ drive from Cardiff, the Glamorgan Heritage Coast is just 10 minutes away by car, as well as Fonmon Castle and many historic market towns.

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Cardiff Airport - Airport

Cardiff Airport - Airport

Distance 2.95 miles (4.71 km)
A series of major expansion projects, designed to boost the capacity of the Terminal Building and enhance overall operational efficiency, commenced in early 1993. The projects included re-development of the landside forecourt area, expansion and modernisation of the International Departures Lounge, plus modification of the roadway access to the Terminal, and construction of a new security access point. In April 1995, due to planned Local Government re-organisation in Wales, the Airport Company was privatised, with shares being sold to Welsh property and development firm, TBI Plc. Since the privatisation, Cardiff International Airport's success has continued, ranking as one of the UK's most successful regional airports.