The Stables

A Grade II listed stable conversion with Two Bedrooms both en-suite and sleeps up to 8 people

This is one of the oldest buildings on the farm and one of the prettiest with its red stone work thought to date back to the 1400’s .

This cottage consists of 2 bed rooms both on the ground floor with a superking/twin bed and  bunk bed in each bedroom. Both bedrooms are ensuite. This is suitable for families or 4 single persons in each. The ground floor also has a large kitchen diner and spacious lounge with access to a large patio area with views over the Margam hills.  There is underfloor heating in the stables which is supplied by our Biomass boiler.

This stable block was used to house the farms shire horses (the tractors of their day) in individual stables, but during the renovation it was found that the stables were so badly riddled with wood worm most of the existing timber had to be disposed of. We have retained the original oak stable entrances and these are on the wall in the lounge area. On one of the stable posts you will notice that there is a plaque that is from the Glamorgan regiment for the 2 horses that the farm gave them to aid the war effort in the first World War in 1914.

This accommodation would be ideal for Groups i.e. Cyclists ,Walkers,Golfers and Large Families,

Access statement for The Stables.

The Stables are all on one level and can be accessed directly from the gravel car park, through the patio area to the rear door, where is a 4inch threshold step. Or they can be accessed from the drop off point at the front of The Stables where there is a 2inch threshold.

There is a patio at the rear that can be accessed through the side door or from the car park.


We are part of the Green Recycling Scheme and we ask that guests use the Green Bins provided out side the back door to dispose of their plastic, metal, glass and paper waste. THANK YOU.

Local Amenities

Margam Park with its Orangery, castle, children’s play area and park is one mile away, the perfect place for weddings. Our nearest beach resort is Porthcawl with it’s fun fair and surf school at the Blue Flag beach at Rest Bay.

On the way to Porthcawl you pass Kenfig Nature Reserve and its SSTI site, in May and June the reserve is carpeted with wild orchids.

Cardiff and the Millennium Stadium is 20 miles away by road or you can catch a train at Pyle station.

Swansea Bay and the Mumbles is 15 minutes away and if you follow around to the beautiful Gower coast and Rhossili Bay it will take you 45 minutes.

If you are feeling adventurous you can go mountain biking in Afan Forest (bike hire is available at Afan). Or why not go to the Brecon Beacons and go hiking up Pen-y-Fan.

Other places of interest include
Aberdulais Falls
Big Pit
Dan yr Ogof Caves and Dinosaur Park
Penderyn Whisky Distillery
Horse riding on the beach at Ogmore by Sea

Availability, Prices And Booking

Basic Info

  • Superking double bed.
  • En-suite bathroom.
  • Bedding and Towels as Standard
  • Kitchen Diner and Lounge
  • Relaxing Patio Area
  • Fire Pit and BBQ on request
  • Off road parking area
  • Secure Bike Lockup and Wash Down
  • Drying Room
  • Washing Machine
  • Wi-Fi.
  • Freeview TV.

Pricing Info

  • See Booking system for prices, availability and booking.

Guest facilities

Relax in the Paddock garden

There is a BBQ and a patio sitting area in the Paddock garden for guests.

This has been especially constructed to enable all guests, including wheel chair and those less able to enjoy it.

It has easy access from the car park.

Cyclists, Golfers and Walkers

There is a secure steel container lock up for the storage of bikes and golf clubs during your stay. A purpose built bike wash has been built for washing down those dirty cycles. Also a drying room for all your wet kit is provided


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