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Cowbridge Holiday Cottages

The Vale of Glamorgan & Cardiff

Treguff Cottages

Cowbridge Holiday Cottages @ Treguff Farm

1, 2 and 3 Bedroom Cottages near Cowbridge

The Farm

Treguff Farm

400 Acres of Productive & Conservational Farming

The Fishing

Treguff Lakes & Streams

Carp, Trout & Tench

The History

Treguff - Historical Buildings

The Vale is Rich in History & Legend


TREGUFF FARM in HISTORY


Four miles from the pretty market town of Cowbridge, the hamlet of Treguff, sometimes spelt Tregof, had 16 homes and 58 inhabitants in the 1700’s. The adults would have worked on the then 560 acre farm. Many coins and other objects covering 2000 years have been found, some from the deserted Mediaeval village.


Treguff was included amongst lands granted to the Dean and Chapter of Gloucester by Robert Fitzhannon in 1107. Originally a chapel, the house is now mainly of one period…16thC The remains of a Norman arch can be seen in the house, and there are several plaster casts, monogrammed ER, of Tudor Rose and Fleur de Lys design

 

The hamlet of Treguff, sometimes spelt Tregof, had 16 homes and 58 inhabitants in the 1700's. The adults would have worked on the then 560 acre farm.

 

The most interesting person linked to Treguff is David Davies who lived from 1812-1874 He was known as Dai'r Cantwr, or Dai The Singer. He was joint leader of the 'Rebecca Riots' and was transported to Tasmania to prison in 1844.

 

Treguff has a very unusual Scheduled Monument…………..During WW11 a decoy Control Centre housed the crew and equipment to operate a dummy airfield.

 

The vale of glamorgan holiday cottages have all been converted from "Model Farm Buildings" erected during the Crimean War in 1850's. They are principally stone with a slate roof, built around a central courtyard.




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