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Hotels in Merthyr Tydfil

Castle Hotel
Castle Street
Merthyr Tydfil
South Wales

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A warm welcome awaits you at The 3 star Castle Hotel. Ideally located in the historic industrial town of Merthyr Tydfil, South Wales. Offering a comfortable and contemporary design, the four storey hotel boasts a relaxing setting for business and leisure travellers alike. Under the current owners The Castle Hotel has become one of the most successful independent hotels in Wales, largely due to the excellent levels of personal service and comfortable surroundings garnered by the hotel. All our bedrooms are spacious En-Suite, offering a well maintained appearance and comfortable furnishings that allow you to enjoy rest and relaxation after a long day. Each room incorporates a contemporary design and modern amenities represented by the likes of colour television, direct dial telephone, tea and coffee facilities, trouser press and personal hair dryers. Another facility is wireless high speed internet access throughout the hotel and included free in all our bedrooms. The Castle Hotel assures your convenience and comfort are of the highest priority when you stay with us. All local amenities such as the town’s main bus depot, railway station, crown court and shops are within easy walking distance. This, combined with excellent access to The Brecon Beacons Park, The Nation’s Capital Cardiff, The Heads of The Valleys and the M4 Motorway makes The Castle Hotel the ideal place to stay during your visit to the region. Any information or help you may require is available 24hrs a day via our fully staffed reception.

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