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Naturally Woodlands is ideally located in Brynna Woods, a protected woodland within the township of Brynna in South Wales. Brynna sits close to the southern border of Rhondda Cynon Taff and lies on the border of the Vale of Glamorgan.
The M4 is ten minutes away and provides a speedy motorway route to either Cardiff or Swansea. The Severn Bridge is less than an hour away by car allowing easy links to the M5 and the rest of the motorway network.
The mainline station at Llanharan is just a five minute walk through the woods. Llanharan and Pencoed stations also allow good access to Cardiff, Swansea and many of the surrounding towns.
Cardiff Airport is less than 20 miles south-east of The Woodlands, and is a convenient launch pad to many major UK and European cities. KLM, Flybe, BMI Baby and Aer Lingus operate scheduled flights to destinations including Dublin, Edinburgh, Paris, Munich and Amsterdam.
life in Brynna
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The village of Brynna provides enough facilities and local shops for your everyday needs while the modern shopping centre at Talbot Green offers a more comprehensive choice of fashion, food and homeware.
The cosmopolitan city of Cardiff is just 12 minutes away by train and will satisfy any thirst with outstanding shopping, top sporting events at the Millennium Stadium, world-class performing arts at the distinctive Wales Millennium Centre and countless exhibitions, concerts and festivals.
If the outdoors is more your style, there are many excellent golf courses in the vicinity including the Celtic Manor Golf Course, host of the 2010 Ryder Cup. The glorious Vale of Glamorgan has rolling hills and quiet country lanes – perfect for exploring on cycle or foot. Visit cultural Cowbridge, hike the dramatic cliffs of Glamorgan’s Heritage Coast, discover castles and country parks or sip local, award winning wines.
Nature, and the enjoyment of it, will be a key element at Naturally Woodlands. An outdoors lifestyle is enjoyed by much of the local Brynna community, with a variety of sporting activities including horse riding and golf.
Come the weekend, a walk is almost mandatory – there are lakes, country parks, rolling hills and many sites of historic interest to explore – not forgetting Brynna Woods right on your own doorstep.
All your immediate needs will be catered for in the Brynna, Llanharan and Pencoed area including day to day shopping, local trades people, doctors, dentists and chemists.
There are more comprehensive amenities in Cowbridge or Talbot Green. Cardiff is just 12 minutes by train and is also easily accessible by road.
EXCELLENT EDUCATION ON YOUR DOORSTEP!
Brynna and its neighbourhood benefit from three exceptional primary schools, Brynnau Primary, Dolau County Primary and Llanharan Primary.A handful of excellent secondary schools are also located within an easy drive.
Brynna Primary is particularly well respected and literally on your doorstep; the school makes full use of Brynna Woods with an outdoor classroom created in conjunction with the WLT that aims to encourage pupils in the conservation of and respect for the local wildlife.
All of the local schools are healthily integrated within their local communities and each school aims to support and maximise the aspirations of its students, helping each of them to realise their full potential by developing skills ready for adulthood.
Get into the feeling of living with an evergreen forest at your backyard.Imagine living in a unique Welsh property within a protected, ancient forest environment.
This is precisely what the homes at Naturally Woodlands offer. The 88 acre Brynna Woods effectively provides a natural forest extension to your private back garden.
The predominantly deciduous wood is managed by the Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales and is undergoing continual improvement through coppicing, the introduction of further benches and gates, enhancing the access to the many ponds and streams and improving safety for visitors and walkers.
Brynna Woods will provide an enchanting backdrop to your daily life; the wooded valleys, open glades and green pastures support a huge variety of wildlife including the otter, badger and dormouse.
The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales are encouraging community participation in a long term programme to protect, preserve and enhance the natural habitat.
The largely deciduous wood supports many rare and protected species and the ongoing management, whilst evolutionary and adaptable in nature, will improve the habitat for the existing wildlife and will encourage migration from the surrounding areas.