The Mount Pleasant Inn is a family run business offering our guests traditional Welsh hospitality and a warm welcome. Nestling in the picturesque Welsh countryside, The Mount Pleasant has undergone aperiod of extensive refurbishment during the past 6 years and has enjoyed visitors from all over the world. Locally known as "The Black" The Mount Pleasant Inn is steeped in history.
A town centre family run hotel in Merthyr Tydfil offering bed and breakfast with en-suite facilities, bar and free off road car parking for residents. The Imperial is also within easy walking distanceof both the local bus and train stations (approximately 5 & 10 minutes) and local shopping amenities. Merthyr Tydfil and the Imperial Hotel are ideally situated in the South Wales Valleys for those wishing to explore the area either on foot or by car for leisure, business or industrial history.
Tregenna Hotel is a family run establishment set in Merthyr Tydfil at the foot of the Brecon Beacons. The superb facilities, which include luxurious accommodation and a superb restaurant, making theTregenna Hotel the ideal stopping point for both the business and holiday guest. The Brecon Beacons just to the north of Merthyr boasts wonderful scenery and plenty of things to do. Just to the north of here you will find one of the great little railways of Wales, the Brecon Mountain Railway.
If you are staying at the Blueberry Inn but fancy a change, Alfreds bar and grill offer a fantastic early bird menu for only £9.95. As a guest at the Blueberry Inn you can enjoy all of theconveniences of a modern hotel: from comfortable well-equipped cozy rooms, exquisite cuisine to our attentive serving staff who are always on call to look after your every need.
A warm, welcoming valleys hotel situated in an area known locally as 'God's Little Acre'. Each of our rooms are individually designed and recently refurbished and all have en-suite shower/bathrooms.There are beautiful walks within a couple of minutes of leaving the Hotel - one of which has recently been taken by Derek Brockway, the BBC Weatherman. We are 30 minutes away from the Brecon Beacons, and one hour from both Cardiff and Swansea following very scenic routes.
The Hotel is situated in the heart of the Welsh valleys, elevated high on Maesrudded Hill, with spectacular views over the surrounding countryside. Immersed within nine acres of beautifully manicuredterraced lawns and woodland in Blackwood, this majestic manor house offers a haven of peace and tranquility for both the business and leisure visitor, far away from the stresses of everyday life. Maesrudded was the home of Mr. Edmund Williams and his family.
The detached property was constructed in the 1930's as a private house. The main building is of neo-Georgian style with rendered elevations under slate covered roofs and is arranged over two floors.The bedroom wings and function rooms were added in 1989 and 1991 and more recently conservatory extensions have also been added to side and rear of the building.
Haveli Hotel offers a very casual and modem hotel, suitable for businessmen, families and contractors, with newly refurbished rooms you will see that our hotel has all the facilities to make your staycomplete, our lounge area is ideal for anyone needing entertainment with Sky Sports and ESPN so you can watch live sports. We also have a very secluded lounge area with a live fire which could help you relax. Within easy reach of the M4 to Cardiff or Swansea.
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.
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.