The stunning Glamorgan Heritage Coastline is yours to explore at Trecco Bay. Just a short drive away you’ll find vast stretches of golden beach surrounded by dramatic wild cliffsides, quaint picture-postcard villages and quiet wooded valleys. A precious getaway from the hubbub of modern life.
If you’re seeking a little more buzz, Porthcawl is just minutes from your door. This traditional town delivers all the classic seaside delights with its funfair and golden beach.
Further afield lies Cardiff. Wales’ capital magnificently blends contemporary and historic architecture and provides innumerable museums, art galleries, shopping and dining opportunities.Request a brochure Arrange a visit
Margam Country Park
Visit the impressive Tudor - Gothic mansion house and explore all 30 acres of it's refurbished gardens, home to a mini railway, birds of prey, a fairytale village and the largest collection of deer in Wales.
Paintballing, quad biking, canyoning, gorge scrambling, kayaking, heart - pounding stuff! You name it, they probably do it. Not for the faint hearted!
Visit the Norman castle one mile north of Bridgend. It was built on the site of a Norman fortification but much of the castle was remodelled in the 14th and 15th century.
A traditional seaside town with several beaches, including two with Blue Flag status and pretty Rest Bay. Take a stroll down the elegant promenade, visit the grand pavilion or indulge in one of the many great bars and restaurants.
At the capital of Wales there is so much to do including visit one of the top sporting events at the Millennium Stadium, a whole host of shops, bars, restaurants and many galleries and museums.
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