Perched on a Welsh hillside and surrounded by over 17 acres of woodland, this Victorian mansion provides a cosy and secluded hideaway overlooking the picturesque Vale of Glamorgan.
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Luxury Short Break
From £75.63 pppn for a 4 night stay, to £89.50 pppn for a 1 night stay
Stay in a Double room and receive:
- Complimentary Upgrade to Executive Room (Subject to Availability)
- Complimentary Welsh Tea for two on arrival
- A la Carte dinner for two each evening in the Eliott Restaurant(£30 per person allowance)
- Full Breakfast Daily
- Complimentary late check out at 12 noon for mid-week bookings
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- Friendly country house hotel set in the beautiful Vale of Glamorgan, South Wales
- The hotel name translates to "whispering trees", hence its tranquil woodland setting
- Stylish, spacious bedrooms
- Easy access from M4 motorway
How to find Coed-y-Mwstwr
Good to know
Hotel check-in time:
Hotel check-out time:
7am - 10am Weekdays
8am - 10am Weekends
12pm - 2:30pm Daily
7pm - 9.30pm Mon-Sat
7pm - 9pm Sun
2:30pm - 7pm Daily
Parking is available on site and is complimentary to all guests. However, all vehicles are left at the owners'/customers' own risk, the company does not accept responsibility for loss or damage.
Coed-y-Mwstwr Hotel is a grade 2 listed building . Whilst this does mean we have inherited some beautiful architectural details it also means that the structure of the building does present some physical barriers to accessibility.
Ramp into main hotel with lift access to each floor.
Children & Extra Beds
Free! All children under 3 years stay free of charge when using existing bedding. Cots are provided free of charge.
All children from 4 to 16 years are charged £25 per child per night, this includes Bed & Breakfast.
Maximum capacity of extra beds/babycots in a room is 2 and each is subject to availability.
History of the hotel
Surrounded by trees and overlooking the village of Coychurch, is the splendid Victorian Mansion of Plas Coed-Y-Mwstwr. It stands 300 feet above the pleasant pastures of the Vale of Glamorgan with views of Treoes, Llangan and St. Mary Hill, westwards to Ewenny and Ogmore-by-Sea and far across the Channel to the shadowy hills of Exmoor. Built in 1888 it was the home of Arthur John Williams, Barrister-of-Law and Liberal Member of Parliament for South Glamorgan from 1885 to 1895, his wife Rose Harriette and their two sons, Eliot and Leslie.
Dogs are permitted in Coach House rooms only and are charged at £20 per night to include a welcome pack.
Maximum of 2 small dogs or one large dog. Dogs are not permitted in public areas or side lawns.
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