Great Hamston Farm, Dyffryn
Great Hamston Farm is an excellent country residence, originally dating back to the 1600's. It was converted to its present footprint in 1985. Boasting numerous outbuildings on its circa 2 ½ acre plot, including a modern one bedroom guest house, 5* rated by Wales Tourism. The farmhouse boasts many original features including beamed ceilings, inglenook fireplaces and an original bread oven. It has been sympathetically converted to modern occupation, and now stands as a five bedroom detached house. The well maintained grounds provide space with lawn, shrubbery, a large pond and a wonderful kitchen garden.
Great Hamston is a small hamlet and farm in the Vale of Glamorgan in south Wales. It is located about 4.2 miles (6.8 km) north of the town centre of Barry, about 600 metres to the south of the main village of Dyffryn, even nearer to Lower Dyffryn, west along the lane from Goldsland, and just north of Lidmore and North Cliff Farm. The River Waycock flows through the hamlet and the Goldsland Brook joins this stream from the east just to the northeast of Great Hamston.