Limpert Bay Guest House
Whether you are in the area on business or as part of your journey along the Wales Coast Path, get a good night’s sleep and a hearty breakfast by staying at our guest house. We go the extra mile to ensure our guests enjoy a comfortable stay.When you visit the stunning Vale of Glamorgan and need a warm and cosy place to rest your head for the night, look no further than Limpert Bay Guest House. Situated on the beach in Gileston, South Glamorgan, our guest house offers a homely and welcoming overnight accommodation for guests. For more than 10 years we have been a home away from home for many visitors to the area. We often have guests who are exploring Cardiff, which is located around 25 minutes away, and visitors who have just arrived at Cardiff Airport, which is four miles away. With competitive prices, ample on-site parking, and a hearty breakfast served up in the morning, there is no reason not to stay with us.
Double En-Suite Bedroom
This is a light and airy room with a double bed, shower, and en-suite toilet. The room has beautiful views over the Leys Beach and Vale of Glamorgan.
Twin En-Suite Bedroom
This is a comfortable, ground-floor, en-suite room with twin single beds that can also be made into a double bed. The room has views of the garden.
Please call 01446 751073 or 07881803380
, The Leys,
Gileston, South Glamorgan , CF62 4HX
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Fonmon is one of the few mediaeval castles which are still lived in as a home. Since it was built by the St. John family c1200, it has only changed hands once. In 1656,
The Welsh Hawking Centre
Situated in 25 acres of scenic parkland, with ample car parking, a souvenir shop, and light refreshments available in the Cafe during the Summer Season. Visitors
Nearby Eating Out
The Blue Anchor Inn
The Blue Anchor Inn was one of the first pubs in South Wales to produce quality bar meals back in the 1980's.
The Six Bells Penmark
Step in through our doors and be welcome into a traditional country bar with heavy wooden beams, open log fires and hints of fresh homemade food floating through the air.