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Glamorgan Hotels

The traditional borders of Glamorgan are bookended by Wales's two largest cities. Swansea in the West and Cardiff in the East, by the Mouth of the Severn. In between the landscape alternates drastically. It goes from the deep valleys and high mountains of the Brecon Beacons, to the flat, fertile lands of the Vale of Glamorgan and its rugged Heritage Coastline. In addition to Glamorgan's cities, some of the country's most exciting, interesting and diverse towns can also be found in the region.

Cheap Hotels in Glamorgan Wales

Best Western Heronston Hotel & Spa
 
Guest Rating: 4/5

“Super setting in the heart of Glamorgan where you can enjoy a well earned rest and enjoy the magnificent surrounding countryside. Quick and easy access between Swansea, Cardiff and Bristol via the M4. Excellent for travellers of all types.”

Ewenny Road, Ewenny, Bridgend

rooms from £55.00 View Prices
Days Inn Bridgend Cardiff
 
Guest Rating: 4/5

“Situated close to the M4 with quick and easy access between Swansea and Cardiff. Ideal for those who are travelling on business and those who wish to enjoy the surrounding area and make the most of the coastline for a leisure break.”

M4 Junction 36, Bridgend

rooms from £42.00 View Prices
Court Colman Manor
 
Guest Rating: 4.1/5

“Situated in the charming countryside within easy access of Bridgend and close to the M4 route from Swansea to Cardiff. Our beautiful Georgian Manor house is a grade II listed building filled with fine features and characteristics. Ideal for a well earned break away from it all.”

Pen-Y-Fai, Bridgend

rooms from £70.00 View Prices
Penrhadw Farm
 
Guest Rating: 4.7/5

“Ideally located in the very heart of the Brecon Beacons where you can make the most of the great outdoors and enjoy a well earned break. Penrhadw Farm gives everyone a warm welcome with a family appeal that is totally relaxing.”

Pontsticill, Brecon Beacons National Park, Merthyr Tydfil

rooms from £70.00 View Prices
Castle Hotel
 
Guest Rating: 3.5/5

“Excellent spot for those who wish to make the most of a well earned break and love the great outdoors. Lovely location close to the Brecon Beacons and only 24 miles from Cardiff for shopping, social activities and the Airport. ”

Castle St, Merthyr Tydfil

rooms from £45.00 View Prices
Manor House Hotel
 
Guest Rating: 4.4/5

“Situated close to the coastline and the breathtaking Mouth of the Severn you will find Manor House Hotel, offering a range of ensuite rooms that are suitable for couples, families and independent travellers or business people. ”

Sully Road, Penarth

rooms from £49.50 View Prices

 

Barry, on the South coast, is an old-fashioned seaside destination dedicated to entertaining you. Both the town and the now contiguous Barry Island are lined with sandy beaches and amusement arcades. 1 such is Pleasure Park, home to over 50 rides and attractions.

Alternatively, Wales's industrial heritage can be explored at the towns of Bridgend, Port Talbot and Merthyr Tydfil. The latter was once the Iron Capital of the world.

Caerphilly Castle is located in the county just 10 miles north of Cardiff. It is the country's largest castle and only second in size to Windsor in all of Britain. Constructed in the 13th century, its appeal is enhanced by artificial lakes dug for strategic purposes to prevent conflicts with Edward I of England.

Other landmarks include the extensive ruins of the fairest abbey in Wales at Neath, and Aberdulais Falls. Spectacular waterfalls here are made possible by Europe's largest electricity-generating waterwheel.


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