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Tafarn-Y-Garreg Inn
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As part of the walk along the Coed Morgannwg way, visitors often climb Mynedd Pen-y –Cae at the head of the Cynon valley, to enjoy the spectacular views from its 1830ft high summit. This area is well suited for sports enthusiasts as caving, kayaking, go-karting and quadbiking are all available locally. Absolute Adventures are based here and keen horse riders will be well catered for by local Pentre stables. Those who prefer to be passengers will enjoy the Brecon Mountain Railway which provides a comfortable way to enjoy the scenery. Adelina Patti, the greatest soprano of her day, will always be associated with her home at Pen-y-Cae. She gave it the romantic name of Craig-y-Nos (Rock of Night) spending over forty years and a small fortune refurbishing it as a Gothic castle. Once fallen into disrepair - it’s now restored as a fine country hotel. A stay here or more economically at the self-catering farmhouse, located within the castle estate, provides rejuvenation after all this strenuous activity. Sci Fi enthusiasts may recognise the local Penwyllt Inn used as a TV series location, but you can’t stay here unless you are a serious caver - it’s reserved for private use! .

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Pen Y Cae Primary School

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Pentre Trekking Centre & Riding Stables(Riding)

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Premier Inn Bridgend Central (0.41 miles)

Premier Inn Bridgend Central
Ideally situated for shops and local amenities, within easy reach of the M4 and for great shopping this hotel is near to McArthur Glen designer outlet. Our Bridgend Central Premier Inn has everything you'd expect, incredibly ... More | visit website
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Days Inn Bridgend - Cardiff - M4 (0.52 miles)

Days Inn Bridgend - Cardiff - M4
The Days Inn Bridgend Cardiff is a comfortable 40 bedroom hotel located just off junction 36 of the M4 with easy access to the cities of Cardiff, Swansea and Newport. You get so much more ... More | visit website
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Hazelwood Guest House (0.90 miles)

Hazelwood Guest House
Built to Gold Business Standard and having recived our four star rating, our guest house offers accommodation in six spacious en-suite bedrooms, a discrete dining room and a lounge area housed in the conservatory. Residents ... More | visit website
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Hazelwood House (0.90 miles)

Hazelwood House

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Welcome to Hazelwood House, Bridgend only purpose built guest house. Built to Gold Business Standard in 2008 and with a four star rating tourist board rating, our guest house offers ... More

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Alexandra Guest House (1.48 miles)

Alexandra Guest House
Alexandra Guest House has been providing quality accommodation for over 25 years right in the heart of Bridgend town. Ideally placed within a 2 minute walk of the town's centre, bus station and train station. ... More | visit website
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Wyndham Arms (1.72 miles)

Wyndham Arms

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Bridgend is conveniently located mid way between Cardiff and Swansea, just a few kilometres from the south Wales coast. Boasting the ‘Welsh Margate’ in Porthcawl, it offers all of the ... More

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Great House (2.41 miles)

Great House
Originating from around 1550, The Great House is a grade II* listed building and is believed to have been a gift from Queen Elizabeth 1 to the Earl of Leicester and used as a hunting ... More | visit website
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The New Inn Guest House (2.57 miles)

The New Inn Guest House
The New Inn Guest House is situated in the historic town of Bridgend, being just 3 miles from the coast and the picturesque Vale of Glamorgan. The New Inn Guest House is a recently converted nineteenth ... More | visit website
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Coed-y-Mwstwr Hotel (2.61 miles)

Coed-y-Mwstwr Hotel

You'll feel like you've taken a step back into traditional country life when you escape to this romantic refuge in the heart of scenic Wales. Set in 17 acres of beautiful woodlands, Coed-y-Mwstwr Hotel ... More | visit website

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