The Old Barn
“I was green and carefree, famous among the barns about the happy yard and singing as the farm was home” D. Thomas...
Upon the outskirts of Barry Town, the captivating village of Penmark has a history that stretches back centuries, and it’s here we find the utterly charming Old Barn. This 17th century farm building resides at the centre of the village, and provides splendid accommodation for guests who are looking for an inviting getaway, business trip or for a convenient spot that’s nearby Cardiff airport. Relaxing and comfortable, the Old Barn is abundant with character and charm, including many original features such as oak beams and slate floors, but with the addition of modern, well-appointed fixtures and fittings. This highly popular, 3-star property also provides free parking and WiFi.
Penmark, Vale of Glamorgan , CF62 3BP
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