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Luxurious hideaway along the Vale of Glamorgan Heritage Coastline up for sale

The Hide pavilion

Tresilian Wood on the Glamorgan Heritage Coastline in St Donats village is being marketed by commercial real estate specialists Colliers at a guide price of £1.575 million.

Set on 7.5 acres of pristine Vale of Glamorgan Heritage Coastline, the property offers a unique array of luxurious accommodation options, including unique glamping sites and lodges. The property currently features six accommodation options with their own individual style and space: the pavilion, a spacious open-plan apartment with two sleeping areas accommodating four guests; Bugail Hut, a one-bedroom shepherd’s hut with space for two; Walden Lodge, a two-bedroom lodge designed to host up to four guests; as well as three cabins which each accommodates two guests. Furthermore, the property comes with approved planning permission for potential expansion, providing an exciting opportunity for future development. Much of the guest accommodation is designed with sustainability in mind, featuring amenities such as solar panels and air source heat pumps. Guests can also enjoy private terraces, fully equipped kitchens, high ceilings and exquisite solid oak or Welsh slate flooring.

Additionally, the property includes a very spacious two-bedroom residence for the current owners with an adjoining large insulated workshop, which could be converted into further accommodation subject to relevant planning consent.

Paula Warren and Tom Parker, proud owners of Tresilian Wood since 2014, have meticulously crafted each of the individual cabins themselves. Reflecting on their journey, Paula and Tom remarked, “We acquired this property in 2014, recognizing its immense potential against the stunning backdrop of the Jurassic coastline. Over the years, we’ve transformed it into a tranquil and luxurious retreat that seamlessly harmonizes with its natural surroundings. While we’ve been fortunate to operate a thriving business here, we’ve decided to pass this gem onto a new owner due to health reasons.”

Conveniently located just two miles from the historic town of Llantwit Major, which boasts a train station offering hourly services to London, Tresilian Wood provides easy access to a myriad of attractions. Guests can explore charming 14th-century pubs along the Welsh Coast Path and enjoy quick access to breath taking beaches. The property is also a mere 11 miles from junction 33 of the M4 and 8.5 miles from Cardiff airport, ensuring accessibility for holidaymakers from near and far.

Ed Jefferson from Colliers’ Hotel Agency team commented: “Tresilian Wood offers something for everyone, whether you’re planning a romantic getaway or a family vacation in the midst of stunning landscapes. The growing demand for remote staycations in recent years has been remarkable, and we anticipate this trend will continue to prosper. We’re excited to represent this outstanding property, with lots of opportunities to expand the business to include events as well as stunning retreats. We expect a lot of interest due to its high quality and beautiful setting along the coast.”