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Located in the heart of Bridgend, this eco-friendly hotel is within 12 mi (20 km) of St Donat's Castle, Tresilian Bay, and Margam Castle. Cottrell Park Golf ...
Best Western Heronston Hotel & Spa$63Best Western Heronston Hotel & Spa$63
Situated in Bridgend, this hotel is within 16 mi (25 km) of Margam Castle, St Donat's Castle, and Rhondda Valley. Aberavon Beach and Tresilian Bay are also within ...
Days Inn Bridgend Cardiff M4$38Days Inn Bridgend Cardiff M4$38
Situated by the ocean, this hotel is within 12 mi (20 km) of Margam Castle, St Donat's Castle, and Tresilian Bay. Aberavon Beach is 12.4 mi (19.9 km) away.
The Great House Hotel & Restaurant$75The Great House Hotel & Restaurant$75
Situated in Bridgend, this bed & breakfast is within 12 mi (20 km) of Margam Castle, St Donat's Castle, and Tresilian Bay. Aberavon Beach and Cottrell Park Golf ...
Parc Lodge Guest House$107Parc Lodge Guest House$107
Situated near the airport, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Museum of Welsh Life, St Fagans, and Trelai Park. Victoria Park is 2.9 mi (4.7 km) away.
Copthorne Hotel Cardiff-Caerdydd$58Copthorne Hotel Cardiff-Caerdydd$58
Capital cities are like rich tapestries, made up from vibrant and colorful streets, neighborhoods and communities. Discover the Bridgend neighborhood of Cardiff, 17 miles west of the downtown area.
The Cheddar Gorge and Caves, Clevedon Court and Wales Millennium Centre are just a sample of Cardiff's numerous attractions.
It doesn't matter if you've come to reflect in peace or gain a deeper understanding of the history and background of the building, Ewenny Priory Church is a worthy site to explore. The Best Western Heronston Hotel & Spa and Parc Lodge Guest House are two convenient accommodation options to this attraction. The walls, towers and parapets of Newcastle Castle are incredibly strong even though they are old. Study the architectural features with a tour. The Coed-Y-Mwstwr Hotel is a top-notch hotel option if you want to stay near this attraction.
Alternatively, why don't you indulge yourself a little and stay at the Hazelwood Guest House and Ewenny Farm Guesthouse.
For rich coffee and mouth-watering sweets, look no further than the much-loved The Lounge. Pastry and coffee not going to do it for you? Check out the chef's specials at Zia Nina.
Whatever your budget, Bridgend has a hotel to suit, from luxurious country manor houses to cosy B&Bs and self-catering cottages. You can choose to relax in the picturesque countryside or soak up the atmosphere of the bustling town centre.
If you base yourself in one of the many hotels in Bridgend town centre you will find yourself within easy walking distance of the intriguing independent shops, cafes and restaurants. You will also be able to enjoy a pint in one of the many traditional Welsh pubs that are dotted around the town.
You might prefer to get away from it all, and a short drive from the town centre there are a number of luxurious hotels set in their own large grounds in the beautiful Welsh countryside. From award-winning restaurants to spas, swimming pools and saunas, these hotels offer everything you need to relax and pamper yourself. Should all that seem a little too indulgent, many of them also boast extensive sporting facilities.
Make the most of the eclectic mix of shopping that Bridgend offers by staying in one of the many town centre hotels and bed & breakfasts. You will also be perfectly placed to enjoy the many and varied restaurants and cafes, and the burgeoning local music scene centered around the local pubs and bars.
Wander around the charming shopping district for a refreshing change from the bland chain stores that characterize many modern high streets, and visit a quirky and diverse range of shops, whether you’re after fresh local produce, bespoke jewelry or even a new suit.
Put your feet up and relax in one of the many country hotels just out of town, and bask in spectacular views of the local countryside. With extensive spa and sporting facilities and fine dining you need never leave your hotel, but if you do there are many good cycling and mountain bike routes which are a great way to explore the area.
You may just want a base from which to explore the local area, in which case Bridgend boasts a number of holiday cottages with self-catering facilities for families, those on a tighter budget or those who just prefer the independence and privacy on offer. If you enjoy cooking you can take full advantage of the excellent local produce.
There are a number of annual free festivals and events held in Bridgend, from the Christmas fun of Elf-eisteddfod, when record numbers of santa’s elves descend upon the town centre, to the Mash Up street party in May, offering live music, street dancing, circus skills, and scooter, BMX, skateboarding and free running displays. The Feastival food festival, showcases local food and drink and takes place in September.
If you wish to time your stay to coincide with one of these events it is advisable to book your accommodation early.