Seabank Hotel
Seabank Hotel

Porthcawl is a sizeable resort town on the Glamorgan Coast, with some fine beaches and other necessities for a traditional seaside holiday, and with interesting castles either side of the town, the dunes setting of ruined Kenfig Castle worth a visit... Read More

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Seabank Hotel

Seabank Hotel

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If Porthcawl , with its position midway between Swansea and Cardiff is the ideal spot from which to explore all that South Wales has to offer, then The Seabank Hotel ... More

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Porthcawl Hotel

Porthcawl Hotel
The Porthcawl Hotel is situated in the centre of Porthcawl town. With a Health CLub, Night Club, Sport's Bar & Diner and Restaurant, the Hotel is the perfect place for an entertaining stay in a ... More | visit website

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Tytanglwyst Farm Holiday Cottages (2.39 miles)

Tytanglwyst Farm Holiday Cottages
Tytanglwyst is a 120 acre working dairy farm situated just 3 miles from the South Wales Coast. The four cottages are converted to a high standard from old stone farm buildings and can accommodate from 2 to ... More | visit website
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Ballas Farm Country Guest House (2.67 miles)

Ballas Farm Country Guest House
Standing in its own grounds Ballas Farm Country Guest House, is set in eight and a half acres of beautiful pasture and woodland. Assisted by family, Liz Hopkins welcomes guests to enjoy, relax and unwind ... More | visit website
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Green Acre Motel (3.00 miles)

Green Acre Motel

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The Green Acre Motel is conveniently situated in a splendid country/coastal location near the lovely seaside resort of Porthcawl within easy reach of the M4 motorway.

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Great House (4.01 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 Barn B & B (4.08 miles)

The Barn B & B
The Barn B&B is a 4 star Grade 2 converted 16 century listed building. The Barn was converted in 2009 and opened its doors for the first time in March 2010. Offering 6 luxury comfortable ... More | visit website
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Ewenny Farm Guest House (5.28 miles)

Ewenny Farm Guest House

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Nestling within 2 acres of heritage parkland and close to magnificent beaches, this guest house enjoys a superb location, with the River Ewenny flowing through its grounds. The guest house offers holidaymakers ... More

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BEST WESTERN Heronston Hotel (5.55 miles)

BEST WESTERN Heronston Hotel

This beautifully refurbished modern hotel makes an ideal venue for business or pleasure. It is ideally located just two miles from the dramatic Heritage coastline, minutes from sandy beaches. A short drive to the vibrant ... More | visit website

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The New Inn Guest House (5.62 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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Hazelwood House (5.73 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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Hazelwood Guest House (5.73 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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