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Holiday Accommodation in Llantwit Major

Here you’ll find a variety of quality accommodation in Llantwit Major to suit your preference.

The small, quaint coastal town of Llantwit Major lies on the heritage coast in the Vale of Glamorgan. This beautiful town has recently been voted one of the best places to live in Britain. Just 20 miles away from Cardiff, it’s an easy commute for those working in the capital. The town is also an ideal place for tourists looking for peace and quiet with easy access to surrounding areas such as Bridgend, Barry and Cowbridge.

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The West House Hotel - Llantwit Major

The West House Country Hotel - Vale of Glamorgan

West House Country Hotel is situated close to Cardiff, Bridgend and Cowbridge in the charming Vale of Glamorgan, in the ancient historic village of Llantwit Major. The hotel is a small and superbly equipped that caters for discerning customers.
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Lougher Moor Campsite - Camping in South Wales

Dog Friendly Campsite South Wales - Lougher Moor

A beautiful dog friendly campsite in South Wales, offering a peaceful retreat to relax among the wild flowers and mature trees.
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Acorn Camping and Caravan Site nr Cardiff
Acorn Camping and Caravan Site nr Cardiff has a 3 star rating

Camping and Caravan Site - Vale of Glamorgan, nr Cardiff

A small peaceful family owned rural site, situated on the Heritage Coast 1 mile from Llantwit Major and the beach. Surrounded by farmland, all the pitches are individually marked, some with trees and hedgerows providing extra privacy and shelter.
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Historically Llanwit Major was once a significant centre of Welsh Christianity. The first monastery was built by St Illtud in the 5th century. Guests visiting the parish church will notice traces of wall paintings and an incredible collection of Celtic crosses. Parts of the church date back to the 13th century.

The town also boasts the ruins of a manor house, a medieval town hall, a medieval gatehouse and the foundations of a Roman villa. On the Northern edge of the town is Ty Mawr, a fine example of Tudor architecture. The history of the town is told in a series of blue plaques. Visitors are encouraged to take the Blue Plaque walk where the history of the town unfolds as you walk through the winding narrow streets.

Just two miles west lies the 13th century fortress of St Donat's Castle which been lived in ever since it was built. The castle was bought in the 1920s by the newspaper tycoon, Randolph Hearst, whom renovated the building into a palatial pleasure dome. Later the castle was commandeered for training of army officers during the war and then in 1960 was taken over by an international sixth form school called Atlantic College, which is still thriving there.

The town has grown considerably in recent years, but the town centre with its winding narrow and high-walled streets still maintain its ancient character. Llantwit has a number of independent shop, restaurants, cafes and pubs such as The Old Swan Inn which dates back to the 16th century.