Coed-y-Mwstwr

4 star country hotel in the Vale of Glamorgan

Member since 2003

1 to 7 night stays
From £76 pppn for a 4 night stay
to £90 pppn for a 1 night stay

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Perched on a Welsh hillside and surrounded by over 17 acres of woodland, this Victorian mansion provides a cosy and secluded hideaway overlooking the picturesque Vale of Glamorgan.

  • Friendly country house hotel set in the beautiful Vale of Glamorgan, South Wales
  • The hotel name translates to "whispering trees", hence its tranquil woodland setting
  • Stylish, spacious bedrooms
  • Easy access from M4 motorway

Special Offers

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Luxury Short Break

Stay in a Double room and receive:

  • Complimentary Upgrade to Executive Room (Subject to Availability)
  • Complimentary Welsh Tea for two on arrival
  • A la Carte dinner for two each evening in the Eliott Restaurant(£30 per person allowance)
  • Full Breakfast Daily
  • Complimentary late check out at 12 noon for mid-week bookings

1 night stay

Package Price: £89.50 per person per stay (based on two sharing)

2 night stay

Package Price: £160 per person per stay (based on two sharing)

3 night stay

Package Price: £232.50 per person per stay (based on two sharing)

4 night stay

Package Price: £302.50 per person per stay (based on two sharing)

5 night stay

Package Price: £379 per person per stay (based on two sharing)

6 night stay

Package Price: £455.50 per person per stay (based on two sharing)

7 night stay

Package Price: £532 per person per stay (based on two sharing)



All of the above prices include all taxes / service fees.

* Offers showing provisional availability are subject to confirmation with the hotel and availability is not guaranteed. No funds will be taken from your card until the booking is confirmed, which will usually be within a few hours.

Offers showing instant availability are live and will be confirmed immediately.

Facilities at Coed-y-Mwstwr

Perched on a Welsh hillside and surrounded by over 17 acres of woodland, this Victorian mansion provides a cosy and secluded hideaway overlooking the picturesque Vale of Glamorgan. The aptly named Coed-y-Mwstwr means 'Whispering Trees.'

This beautiful country house was awarded the AA Top Hotel in Wales for ‘Courtesy and Care’ in 2000. The luxurious suites and bedrooms are distinctly decorated and furnished elegantly with modern amenities. Most have inspiring views over the Vale or the surrounding woodlands.

Choose from fine dining in the elegant Eliot restaurant or lighter fare in the beautiful lounge. You may prefer to dine al fresco on the lawns or have a picnic prepared and enjoy the spectacular countryside views.

If you choose to stay at the Coed-y-Mwstwr you will be greeted with a warm Welsh welcome and are assured of friendly, but always courteous and professional attention throughout your stay.

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  • 35 Bedrooms
  • Tennis
  • Children Welcome
  • Wheelchair Access
  • Golf Course Nearby
  • Internet Connection in Rooms
  • Dogs by Prior Arrangement

Good to know

  • Hotel check-in time: 2:00 PM
  • Hotel check-out time: 11:00 AM

Parking Facilities

Parking is available on site and is complimentary to all guests. However, all vehicles are left at the owners'/customers' own risk, the company does not accept responsibility for loss or damage.

Disabled Access

Coed-y-Mwstwr Hotel is a grade 2 listed building . Whilst this does mean we have inherited some beautiful architectural details it also means that the structure of the building does present some physical barriers to accessibility.

Ramp into main hotel with lift access to each floor.

History of the hotel

Surrounded by trees and overlooking the village of Coychurch, is the splendid Victorian Mansion of Plas Coed-Y-Mwstwr. It stands 300 feet above the pleasant pastures of the Vale of Glamorgan with views of Treoes, Llangan and St. Mary Hill, westwards to Ewenny and Ogmore-by-Sea and far across the Channel to the shadowy hills of Exmoor. Built in 1888 it was the home of Arthur John Williams, Barrister-of-Law and Liberal Member of Parliament for South Glamorgan from 1885 to 1895, his wife Rose Harriette and their two sons, Eliot and Leslie.

Child Policy

Children & Extra Beds

Free! All children under 3 years stay free of charge when using existing bedding.  Cots are provided free of charge.

All children from 4 to 16 years are charged £25 per child per night, this includes Bed & Breakfast.

Maximum capacity of extra beds/babycots in a room is 2 and each is subject to availability.

Dogs Policy

Dogs are permitted in Coach House rooms only and are charged at £20 per night to include a welcome pack. 

Maximum of 2 small dogs or one large dog. Dogs are not permitted in public areas or side lawns. 

The Rooms at Coed-y-Mwstwr

Standard Double

Individually decorated, Satellite/Digital TV, tea & coffee making facilities, en suite bath & shower, and complimentary wireless broadband connection.  There is nothing standard about our standard doubles… there is something undeniably special about sipping on a glass of wine in bed & savoring every little minute of indulgent lie-ins.

Standard Double room, Coed-y-Mwstwr

Coed-y-Mwstwr - Standard Double room

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Executive room

Larger than the Standard rooms with extra luxurious touches such as Myddfai luxury toiletries. 

Executive room, Coed-y-Mwstwr

Coed-y-Mwstwr - Executive room

Coach House room

If charm, character, luxury & extra privacy is your thing, then we know you'll fall in love with our Coach House… Separate from the main building but still within arms reach of our fabulous restaurant, get the best of both worlds in these unique rooms.

Accessible rooms are located in the Coach House

Coach House room, Coed-y-Mwstwr

Coed-y-Mwstwr - Coach House room

Eliots Restaurant

Savour the taste of Wales at the Coed-Y-Mwstwr. Prepare to fall in love with our rustic Welsh classics. Our award-winning chefs have produced a menu abundant with local produce, and our unpretentious dishes will satisfy hearts & appetites alike!

Choose from fine dining in the elegant Eliot Restaurant or lighter fare in the beautiful lounge. If you prefer, dine al fresco by the outdoor swimming pool or have a picnic prepared and enjoy spectacular local views.


Opening Times

Breakfast
7am - 10am Weekdays
8am - 10am Weekends
Lunch
12pm - 2:30pm Daily
Dinner
7pm - 9.30pm Mon-Sat
7pm - 9pm Sun
Afternoon Tea
2:30pm - 7pm Daily
 


Dress Code

Smart casual


Menu restaurant, Coed-y-Mwstwr

Coed-y-Mwstwr - Menu restaurant

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Coed-y-Mwstwr Location

Map & Directions

Address

Coychurch
Nr Bridgend
South Wales
CF35 6AF

Parking is available on site and is complimentary to all guests. However, all vehicles are left at the owners'/customers' own risk, the company does not accept responsibility for loss or damage.


How to get here

DIRECTIONS From the M4 Leave the M4 at Junction 35 (Pencoed) and take the A473 towards Bridgend for about 1 mile. Take the right hand turn off the dual carriageway into Coychurch. Go through the village until you see a Oil 4 Wales petrol station on the right hand side. Take the right hand turn directly before the petrol station and continue up the hill for about a mile and a half.


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Location & Local Attractions

Coed-y-Mwstwr is surrounded by over 17 acres of woodland, providing a cosy and secluded hideaway overlooking the picturesque Vale of Glamorgan. The hotel is just a few miles from the centre of Bridgend.

The hotel is located approximately 24 miles from Cardiff city centre. We have a fantastic coastline within a 10 minute drive. Situated outside the village of Coychurch with ample free parking, Bridgend train and bus stations are easy to reach, and Cardiff International Airport is accessible by car. Situated on the M4 corridor the Coed-Y-Mwstwr Hotel offers guests a central base to many attractions in South Wales. Within a short drive you have the Glamorgan Heritage Coast, The Museum of Welsh Life, Ewenny Pottery…The list goes on.

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Coed-y-Mwstwr Reviews

Nr Bridgend, South Wales, CF35 6AF

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Good holiday break

Ian, Hertfordshire, stayed: August 2017

Great hotel and very friendly and helpful staff.  Only disappointment was the bathroom which was stuck in the 60s and unsafe if you were at all infirm which is why I have only given the room an OK rating.

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Excellent hotel

HT, Devon, stayed: July 2017

This is an excellent hotel in a secluded location. Friendly and efficient staff and is an ideal hotel for a getaway break.

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Great relaxing hotel

Garry F, Cambridgeshire, stayed: August 2016

A great hotel, very quiet retreat from it all, good food. very friendly.

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Superb food and service !!

DH, Mid Glamorgan, stayed: May 2016

Despite having special dietary requirements the menu was adapted giving me 3 - 4 choices per course. Welsh cakes and scones were made especially for the Welsh Tea. Everything was delicious. I was very impressed. Nothing was to much trouble. All staff were friendly, respectful and attentive.

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Just what the Doctor ordered!!!

Lyn P, Hampshire, stayed: April 2016

We booked this hotel as part of a birthday surprise for a friend, who was also staying at the same time as us. On arrival, the staff were welcoming and very informative, advising us that our Welsh Tea would be ready as soon as we were!! The room was excellently appointed, and very comfortable. Dining in the Restaurant was a pleasure, and the food was excellent.  Breakfast was a great start to the day, with a wide choice available.
The Hotel was perfectly located for various trips out, and the staff were extremely willing to offer suggestions of places to visit. Can wholeheartedly recommend a visit to 'The Big Pit' which is a tour around an original coal mine!  A trip to the Mumbles was lovely.  
The Hotel was a haven in the peaceful countryside, and was just what the doctor ordered for a quiet countryside break, and we look forward to revisiting this lovely establishment.

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Really nice hotel with the star attraction being the food!

Paul, Bristol, stayed: October 2015

My wife and I stayed here for a night during a long weekend in South Wales. The staff were extremely friendly and helpful, and the room we stayed in was very nice. The woodland grounds are pleasant to walk around and the hotel is well situated to visit any of the surrounding areas. Unfortunately we arrived a bit too late to enjoy the inclusive gym and spa facilities, but were greeted with a huge Welsh tea. The restaurant boasted of having the best food in South Wales and I can safely say having sampled the menu, it is a boast well justified. The service was excellent, every course was first class, and portion sizes were huge! They also served a complementary appetizer. We would definitely stay here again

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Anon, stayed: July 2015

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Absolutely love this hotel

Glen, Barry, stayed: February 2015

Myself and my boyfriend booked here for a short luxury stay in February - the hotel staff were wonderfully helpful and we had a gorgeous room. The restaurant couldn't do enough for you and the location is just stunning. We hope to go back at some point again this year!!

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