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Local places of interest in the area include:

  • Aberavon Beach - a 3-mile stretch of golden sand, sand dunes and promenade. A popular location for surfing and kite surfing with an excellent Cafe. There is also a childrens play area and paddling pool. The Multiplex Cinema is also located here.
  • Margam Country Park - Set in 1000 acres of glorious parklands, Margam Country Park offers natural beauty, history, wildlife and a wide range of fun activities and facilities. You can explore the magnificent 18th Century Orangery, an impressive and picturesque Tudor-Gothic style Victorian Mansion House (a well known spot for ghost-hunters...!), a 12th Century Chapter House, ornamental gardens, ancient woodland (Graig Fawr) and the best deer herd in Wales. The narrow gauge railway, children's adventure playground, farm trail, Fairytale Land and the splendid walks and cycling trails are some of the features which contribute to the experience of Margam Country Park.
  • Kenfig Nature Reserve - miles of sand dunes through which you can walk, and an ancient sunken village (which of course you can't see but Lisa keeps ranting on about it!).


We have included a few pictures of local sites - click on the images below for a larger view:

  Afan Forest Park.jpg Bracelet Bay.jpg Castell Coch.jpg Margam Deer.jpg Margam.jpg Mumbles Lighthouse.jpg Rhondda Valley 1.jpg Rhossili Bay.jpg Swansea Seafront.jpg Valleys.jpg bridge Merthyr Mawr.jpg church Merthyr Mawr.jpg

We are also located within easy driving distance of:

Cardiff, the capital of Wales, which is an international city offering shopping, arcaded streets, Cardiff Castle, the Millennium Stadium, the Cardiff Bay waterfront development, parks, restaurants, and museums of interest, including Techniquest, a hands-on interactive exhibit of scientific exploration with an exciting reputation.

The Museum of Welsh Life St. Fagins which offers a walk through history as you explore St. Fagins castle grounds and folk park.

Castell Coch, which is truly a fairy tale castle sitting high over vertical cliffs and surrounded by wooded glades in which you can walk. Many other castles are also scattered around the South Wales area.

The Welsh Valleys, which are full of mining history, and where you can get a taste of the area's industrial heritage at the Rhondda Heritage Park or visit a real coal mine at the Big Pit Mining Museum.

Swansea, Mumbles, and the Gower, which offer another city visit in Swansea with its indoor market, a Victorian seaside walk in Mumbles with its strip of pubs along the Mumble’s Mile, while the Gower provides great natural beauty, walks, country pubs, and some of Britain’s best beaches.

Brecon Beacons National Park offers you walking, hiking, and beautiful vistas. You can ride the train through the park or visit the Dan-yr-Ogof caves, the largest caves in Western Europe. 


Please note that we are within easy travelling distance of Cardiff Millenium and Swansea Liberty stadiums for football and rugby matches.


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