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Bear Hotel
63 High Street

South Wales

CF71 7AF | View map

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The Bear Hotel is situated on the outskirts of Cardiff. A perfect location for people to stay if they want to visit the sights of South Wales, for example Cardiff City Centre, Castel Coch or the Museum of Welsh Life. We are also just 25 minutes away from Cardiff Airport. The Bear Hotel dates back to the 12th Century and oozes history, charm and character. Situated in the quaint market town of Cowbridge in the picturesque Vale of Glamorgan we will be pleased to cater for your special occasion, weekend break, conference or intimate lunch or dinner. At the Bear you are assured of a warm welcome and the very highest standard of service whenever you choose to visit us.

Our extensive facilities include a flagstone Real Ale Bar, luxurious Lounge Bar offering morning coffee, light meals and afternoon tea and a unique stone vaulted Gastro dining restaurant. Our 33 individual en-suite bedrooms are tastefully decorated and many feature delightful beamed ceilings. The hotel boasts a unique stone vaulted Restaurant dating back to the 12th Century. The arched stone ceiling oozes charm & character whilst providing an idyllic setting for an intimate dining experience.

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Children Welcome
Evening Meal Provided
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No Smoking Rooms
Open All Year
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