A former miners’ hospital in South Wales has been turned into 26 luxury homes.

The 13th century Talygarn Manor has been redeveloped into the one, two and three bed houses and apartments by Cowbridge Developments.

The scheme, part funded with £5m from the Co-operative Bank in Cardiff, has been redeveloped over the past six years.

Properties cover up to 2,350 sq ft and range in price from £200,000 to £500,000.

In 1923 the grade II listed manor and 400 acres of land was bought the Miners’ Welfare and converted into a convalescent home for sick and injured miners.