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Set in Tredegar, 4.3 mi from Festival Park Shopping Village, Tredegar Arms Hotel has a number of amenities including a restaurant, a bar, a shared lounge and free WiFi. The hotel has family rooms. The staff were very friendly and helpful. The room was comfortable and quiet.
Featuring a bar and a restaurant, Cambrian Inn is located in Tredegar. Dating back to 1809, the property offers free onsite parking and rooms with free Wi-Fi. Very comfortable bed, bathroom clean an modern. Staff are very friendly and helpful. Great location, had a fantastic time.would definitely recommend to others and we will be back again..😊😊
Featuring mountain views, Miners log cabin in Blaina features accommodations and a garden. The rooms have parquet floors and include a seating area with a flat-screen TV, a fully equipped kitchen. The cabin is lovely & private. A great base for a variety of activities (hiking, kayaking etc...).
Featuring a garden, Wales' Highest Village - The Chartist Cottage - Trefil is a mid-terrace, 18th Century cottage located in Trefil, the highest village in Wales, near Tredegar in the Gwent Region. A cosy little cottage in a great location close to lots of attractions. Its a great base for exploring the Brecon Beacons. Lovely and quiet as its up on the hill away from the village, lots of sheep walk past the footpath outside the front door. The owner Oriel was great, she left us bread and milk etc and as we arrived late at night she put a solar light outside the doorway for us!
Set in Nant-y-bwch, Princetown Cottage offers accommodations with a patio and free WiFi. The property has garden views and is 27 mi from Porthcawl. Excellent location very quiet place a lot of things to do around if you have a dog,all facilities available in the kitchen and actually in all house, owners Mike and Aine very friendly . Lovely,we are going to be back soon definitely.Thank you Mike and Aine for our peaceful stay.
Area was lovely and quiet good location easy to get to other towns by car did not get to see much of ebbw vale as our visit was a short one we went so as to visit caerphilly castle and barry island
Ebbw Vale is only a few miles from the Brecon Beacons National Park so there is easy access if you want to go hiking, mountain biking, climbing, canoeing etc without having to pay higher accommodation prices in towns like Crickhowell, Abergavenny and Brecon etc. There is a Wetherspoons close to the B&B plus various takeaways and Morgan’s wine bar does home cooked food with vegan options.
We were visiting for family reasons.the hotel was just in the right place.near ebbw vale.we ate at brewers fayre. No reson other than tummy sensitivity for not eating at ambala.bar and patio very nice.
It felt like a bit run down minetown. That made history almost tangible. Good place to start excursions from. Great walk upon hill above Crickhowell. Very nice learning and experience center at national coal mine museum attraction at Bleanavon. Good food at Indian restaurant.
The town is a bit better than some of the others close by but if you're after a nice country pub and village vibe, head closer to the Brecon Beacons. As a solo female visitor, I didn't feel that safe visiting pubs for dinner. Alright if you want cheap place close to hiking territory
Ebbw Vale is a warm friendly place. It's not a tourist destination in its own right (still needs regeneration and the Circuit of Wales!) but a great starting point to explore many places in easy reach such as Brecon Beacons, Crickhowell, Cardiff and beaches. Breathtaking scenery is only minutes away.