Discover some of the most spectacular castles, beautiful gardens, interesting heritage sites and family theme parks in Wales, all within easy reach of the hotel.
It would be impossible to list all of the great family attractions that South Wales has to offer. Not to be missed is Oakwood Park with the thrill of the big rides, and for the younger family Folly Farm is the place to go. We are also within easy reach of Wales' "natural" adventure park - The Brecon Beacons.
Life in Wales for many years revolved around coal mining and a visit to a real working mine The Big Pitt: National Coal Museum will give you a fascinating history of these mine workings. So experience a free guided tour 300 feet below the Welsh hills given by ex-miners.
Discover the unique character and culture of the world famous Rhondda Valleys through a multimedia experience, museum and visitor centre. Or visit St Fagans: National History Museum a living museum of Welsh life through the ages to the present day, both well worth a visit. Just two of the wonderful museums to visit.
The sea surrounds Wales on three sides. It's 750 mile coastline is infinitely varied, a succession of beaches and bays, headlands and harbours. Muchof the coastline is rich in natural beauty and is home to Britain's only coastal-based National Park.
From North to South the coast is dotted with award-winning beaches where the cleanliness of the sands and waters complements the superb surroundings. We are situated only a few miles from the seaside town of Porthcawl where you can enjoy Porthcawl beach and fair. Beaches on the Gower Peninsula include Langland Bay , Caswell Bay , Oxwich Bay , Port Eynon, Rhossili Bay and Llangennith and Pendine Sands and The Museum of Speed are just a little west.