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Situated in Merthyr Tydfil, this apartment is 0.8 mi (1.3 km) from Cyfarthfa Park and Museum and 2.1 mi (3.4 km) from Brecon Mountain Railway. BikePark Wales ...
Located half-way between the cultural delights of Cardiff and the natural sights of the Brecon Beacons National Park, Merthyr Tydfil offers the perfect base for exploring South Wales. Whilst you may not be able to find a hotel as sumptuous as the Regency rooms of Cyfartha Castle, where the ironmaster of this town once resided, you will receive a royal welcome and a comfortable stay in any of the local hotels.
Within the town itself there is a good choice of hotels and guesthouses suitable for all budgets. From chain hotels offering comfortable rooms at a comfortable budget to luxurious spa hotels complete with gym and swimming pool facilities, there is something for everyone.
Just a short walk from Merthyr Tydfil Railway Station you can find family-run, self-catering studios that are available for those with a sense of history. These delightfully decorated studios are set in a Victorian townhouse that has been refurbished to provide all modern comforts. Ideally located close to the River Taff they are ideal for those who want the freedom to explore the surrounding countryside by bike.
Those with a car might want to consider a hotel just outside Merthyr Tydfil for easy access to the natural beauty of Brecon Beacons National Park. There are a number of hotels, and a rather splendid self-catering lodge, that allow you to wake every morning to the tranquillity and splendour of the valleys and the National Park that edges onto them.
It is just a 6 minute drive from the town to reach the lodge and the scenic views of the National Park. Offering self-catering facilities, bike storage and easy access to walks and trails throughout the area you gain access to the best of both worlds: the outdoor activities that South Wales is famous for and the restaurants, bars and attractions of the town itself.
Whether you choose to stay in the centre of town or in the surrounding countryside you will find a hotel to suit your budget and your expectations. Your choice should really be determined by the type of holiday you enjoy: do you need have a hotel that offers easy access to the pleasures of the town or the delights of the country? Enjoy your break.