About Whites Level House

Whites Level House is ideal for anyone planning an outdoor holiday in the Afan Valley Area, or South Wales in general. The Afan Forest Park is an extremely popular location for mountain biking, rambling and fishing. Whites Level House is situated in the village of Glyncorrwg set within the picturesque Afan Valley, ideally placed to access the forest park as well as to local amenities.

Whites Level House provides clean and spacious self catering accommodation specifically tailored toward outdoor pursuits holidays.

Our accommodation sleeps up to seven people comfortably with two double rooms and three single rooms with fresh linen and towels provided. There are two bathrooms with showers and a bath.
The kitchen is fully equipped with modern appliances such as cooker/oven, fridge/freezer, washing machine and tumble dryer as well as crockery and utensils. Gas central heating and double glazing ensures plenty of hot water and that our accommodation is cosy whatever the weather.

Whites Level House has a spacious open plan lounge area with gaming facilities including a large TV. The rear area of the house is decked to provide a perfect setting to relax and enjoy the stunning scenery of the Afan valley.

Storage in a secure garage is also available containing a pressure washer to hose down any equipment. Security is a major feature of Whites Level House as windows and doors are fitted with steel security shutters to provide a safe environment for any expensive equipment. Resident Parking is also available outside the house.

Location

51.6809731, -3.62363458

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