Situated in the historic village of Ewenny, in the Vale of Glamorgan and within easy access of Bridgend and the M4, Ewenny Woods offers superior Bed and Breakfast accommodation with the comforts of home in stylish individual surroundings.
All rooms have been furnished to a high specification with attention to detail and a contemporary country feel, providing total relaxation after a long day.
An ideal base for golfers, cyclists and walkers.
Situated on the heritage coast with extensive wiews over the Bristol channel.
With one of the best views in Porthcawl this very popular and proud hotel has undergone extensive refurbishment between 2001 and 2004.
The Great House Hotel stands in the heart of the pretty conservation village of Laleston, located midway between Cardiff and Swansea. It is a historic Grade II listed building which dates from the 1550s, many of the original and period features still remain. The Bedrooms, each one with a personality of its own, reflect the warmth and the friendliness all through the house.
The Hotels’ well-known award winning 2AA Rosette restaurant ‘Leicester’s’ serves classical cuisine based on the freshest quality local produce and is complemented by an interesting wine list.
The Old Stable offers modern, comfortable accommodation for up to five people (plus cot) in an idyllic spot in the village of Southerndown in the Vale of Glamorgan. It is attached to the owners' home but fully independent with its own parking, separate entrance and utilities.
Swansea's premier 4-star hotel located in the heart of the city centre. Over £3.5 million has been spent on this top Swansea hotel to offer guests excellent hotel accommodation, superb leisure facilities and free on-site parking (subject to availability) in the heart of Swansea City.
Dormy House and its coach house is situated in the village of Ogmore which is to be found on the spectacular Heritage Coast in the Vale of Glamorgan. Benefiting from a location which is close to the beaches of South Wales and the rivers Ogmore and Ewenny, wonderful countryside is right on the doorstep.
Leisure activities are plentiful in the area and whether you are looking for horse riding, golf, fishing, walking, surfing, bird watching or other pursuits we guarantee you will be spoilt for choice. See our activites link for more detail.
Ty Tanglwyst is a 120 acre working dairy farm owned by the Lougher family. The cottages have been converted from an old stone farm building and are adjacent to the Farmhouse.
The cottages enjoy an elevated position overlooking Margam mountains and are only 10 minutes from the South Wales Coast. There is easy access to the M4 motorway linking South Wales and London.
Bridgend Central Premier Inn is located just off J36 M4. The hotel has had a £1 million refurbishment recently to make it a clean, comfortable and modern hotel. Rooms are from just £29 for a family room and offer an ‘All you can eat’ full Premier or continental breakfast, which children eat for free.
All rooms are en suite with a shower. A digital flat screen T.V is in all rooms and Wifi is available.
The hotel is located next to a Harvester restaurant that serves food from 12 noon, and is across from the McArthur Glen shopping outlet and Odeon cinema.
Bridgend Central Premier Inn is a few minutes drive from Bridgend centre and is a great location for commutes to Cardiff, Swansea and the surrounding areas.
Bridgend Central Premier Inn
Tel: 0870 111 2930
You are guaranteed a real Welsh welcome at this charming and comfortable hotel. This hotel offers 75 en-suite bedrooms, cosy restaurant, friendly bar, extensive range of conference and banqueting rooms, plus a well equipped leisure suite including heated indoor pool.
Ideally located only minutes away from the dramatic Glamorganshire Heritage Coastline and a short journey to both the vibrant capital city of Cardiff and the cosmopolitain city of Swansea. Superbly placed to explore the beauty of South Wales.
At the Heronston Hotel we aim to welcome you back.
The Coed-Y-Mwstwr Hotel near Bridgend in South Wales is beautiful country house hotel justifiably proud of its fine reputation. Few settings are more tranquil than that of the aptly named Coed-y-Mwstwr or "Whispering Trees". Perched on a Welsh hillside and surrounded by over 17 acres of woodland, this Victorian mansion provides a cosy and secluded hideaway overlooking the picturesque Vale of Glamorgan.
Address: Furnace, Llanelli, Carmarthenshire, Wales, SA15 4HA
Tel: 01554 758171
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