Located in the Rhondda valley, one mile from Pontypridd, and dating back to the 17th Century, this historic cottage is brimming with character; thick stone walls, beautiful spiral stone staircase and original oak beams.
Troed’, as it is affectionately known by its owners, has been in the family since the early 1900s. Today, it is part of a hamlet of former colliery buildings and miner’s cottages built in the 19th century, testament to the rich history of coal in the area.
The cottage is suitable for families or small groups of about 6. The accommodation features include two living rooms both with large inglenook fireplaces, three bedrooms, bathroom and small kitchen. The garden features a pretty south facing summer house, outdoor seating, and a BBQ and fire pit.
The accommodation is pet friendly, has ample parking spaces and indoor storage facility for bikes.