The Great House Hotel a beautiful grade II* listed building is a luxury 3 star hotel in Bridgend and wedding venue. Originating from around 1550, the hotel is believed to have been a gift from HRHQueen Elizabeth 1 to Robert Stanley, Earl of Leicester who used it as a hunting lodge. The hotel is located in the pretty conservation village of Laleston, Bridgend, and is now one of the leading hotels in Bridgend.
Situated on the Heritage Coast with panoramic views over the Bristol Channel and with probably one of the best views in Porthcawl, this very popular and proud Hotel has recently undergone furtherextensive refurbishment with the addition of a new Orangery. The Fairways is now one of the most up-to-date hotels in the area ideal for a base for business, pleasure or a golfing weekend.
The Coed-Y-Mwstwr Hotel near Bridgend in South Wales is a beautiful, privately-owned 4 star country house hotel justifiably proud of its fine reputation. Few settings are more tranquil than that ofthe aptly named Coed-y-Mwstwr or "Whispering Trees". Perched on a Welsh hillside and surrounded by over 17 acres of woodland, this Victorian mansion provides a cosy and secluded hideaway overlooking the picturesque Vale of Glamorgan.
We always make a massive effort on special dates like Halloween, Xmas, New Years Eve and on local festivals such as the Porthcawl Jazz Festiival and the Elvis festival. We are known to be at the heartof the Elvis festival since we host a large part of the festival.
The building itself is around 100 years old and is known to regulars and residents as ' The Lorelei'. During the 1st World War, the building was originally two separate buildings, with one halfbelieved to be used as a hospice for the injured and dying soldiers. Many years later, during the 60's, the two buildings were bought by a man named Ted James, an ex pilot who decided to name the pub after the rock headland on the River Rhine, where he first met his German wife.
The Atlantic Hotel is conveniently situated on the sea front within a few minutes walk of the town centre and the picturesque harbour, on the unspoilt coast of Porthcawl. A few minutes walk in awesterly direction is Locks Common leading to the extensive sands of Rest Bay. The hotel is ideally placed whether you are visiting the area for pleasure or business, sited midway between the South Wales cities of Cardiff and Swansea, near to Bridgend and Port Talbot.
Dioch yn fawr. Thank you for wanting to know a little bit more about us. Steeped in history, our country manor hotel lies in the foothills of the Garw valley originally belonging to Margam abbey untilthe dissolution, before becoming a private residence, passing through several hands until in 1981 it became a hotel. In 1999, the late Vijay Bhagotra bought his dream hotel.
BEST WESTERN Heronston Hotel & Spa is the ideal location for both business and pleasure. The hotel is located in a semi rural area, but only half a mile from Bridgend town centre and minutes fromJunction 35 of the M4. We are within easy reach of the dramatic Heritage Coastline and equidistant from our vibrant capital city of Cardiff & the cosmopolitan city of Swansea. The hotel boasts 75 well appointed non smoking bedrooms including standard, superior rooms and suites.
Its location close to all the amenities of the town centre and with magnificent views over the harbour of the Bristol Channel makes it a perfect setting for a relaxing respite break in safe and securesurroundings. Close to the town of Bridgend and conveniently only 10 minutes drive from the M4 with Cardiff and Swansea only 30 minutes drive away. Porthcawl is situated at the western end of the stunningly beautiful 14 mile stretch of the Glamorgan Heritage Coastline.