South Glamorgan

South Glamorgan is a rural county in South Wales, with pleasant beaches and rolling hills, located between Cardiff to the East and Bridgend to the West.

Your new build home in South Glamorgan benefits from excellent road and rail links. The M4 motorway connects Cardiff to Bristol and London, while Cardiff Central railway station offers direct services to destinations across the UK.

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Living in South Glamorgan

Rural welsh county life

Surrounded by green fields, peaceful walks and miles of sky, this is an amazing base to enjoy outdoor life or to head to the city or the beach. A jewel in South Glamorgan's crown is Barry Island - a fun day out, with its amusement arcades, cafes, and the famous Barry Island Pleasure Park. The area also boasts stunning coastal walks along the Barry Island Coastal Path, offering panoramic views of the Bristol Channel.

 

A Victorian Penarth

Penarth is known for its elegant Victorian architecture, scenic waterfront, and vibrant arts scene. The Penarth Pier Pavilion is a cultural hub, home to art exhibitions, live performances, and community events throughout the year. Nearby, Llantwit Major with its rich Roman heritage, medieval church and pleasant town centre is a must for exploring quaint shops, traditional pubs, and tea rooms – also with a beautiful beach and rugged coastal walks.

Spoilt for sport

Great for golf enthusiasts with the Celtic Manor Resort in Newport - renowned for its championship courses and world-class facilities – or Cardiff Golf Club and Radyr Golf Club for a picturesque place to tee off. If you’re looking for entertainment, the Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff Bay has a diverse range of performances, from West End musicals to contemporary dance. Catch a show at the New Theatre or the Wales Millennium Centre for a big night out. If you love sport, a short drive from your new home is Cardiff City Stadium or the Principality Stadium, hosting international rugby and football matches throughout the year.

Shopping in the centre of Wales

If you love to shop, you are still close to the St David's Shopping Centre in Cardiff, one of the largest shopping parks in the UK, featuring a wide range of high-street brands, designer boutiques, and eateries. Alternatively, explore Cardiff’s charming arcades at the historic Morgan Quarter, offering unique shops, cafes, and independent retailers. For fresh produce and artisanal goods, don't miss the bustling Cardiff Central Market, a hub of local vendors and food stalls