Heritage Lodge

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Located in the historic town of Llantwit Major with its medieval buildings and rugged beach and a short walk from the Wales Coast Path, Oak and Pine Lodge provide the perfect getaway with an emphasis on comfort and simplicity.  

What's more, both locations are only a short hop to Cardiff, either by car or by train,conveniently located in the town.

So, whether you're looking for family fun by the sea, a  cosy stop-off when walking the Coast Path or a peaceful retreat to just get away from it all, Heritage Lodges cover all your needs. 




Oak Lodge


Pine Lodge

Llantwit Major

Coastal hideaway

Both sleep 4



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Llantwit Beach
Llantwit Beach
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Leisure Activities


There's so much to do, including the National Trust's Dyffryn Gardens, Dunraven Gardens, Fonmon Castle, Porthkerry Country Park, Cosmeston Lakes and Cosmeston Medieval Village.

The picturesque market town of Cowbridge is an absolute delight with historic town walls, a blue plaque trail to follow and lots of fashionable independent shops.  Within the twon isThe Physic Garden and Old Hall Gardens are a must to sit, relax and take a breather. There's a superb range of eateries to finish off your Cowbridge experience. 

There are two stunning vinyards, Llanerch Vineyard and Glyndwr Vineyard, both offering wine tours and tastings.  


Bowls and swimming along at Fontygary's Bayview for those after indoor leisure fun.

Cultural Sites


The Vale of Glamorgan is brimming over with history; castles, burial chambers and churches and is a treasure chest of history and culture.  


From the Medieval Village at Cosmeston in the East through to Ogmore Castle in the West and lots more inbetween, there is something of interest for everyone.

The Coast


The Glamorgan Heritage Coastline is a beautifully dramatic 14 mile coastline with many beaches to visit.


The whole coastline of blue lias cliffs creates stunning seascapes and  is fringed with delightful towns, small villages and miles of footpaths and country lanes. By far the best way to explore this remote and beautiful coastline is on foot.

Barry is host to the popular annual Vale of Glamorgan Walking Festival, usually held in May.

 All of this combined with wooded valleys and spectacular wildlife.