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helpful staff. Lift to upper floors. Only criticism I had was that there was no grab rail on the wall above bath by shower. As a 'senior' person who cannot get in and out of a bath easily a grab rail at waist height would be a good safely measure. On a hot day and night it was good that the windows ...
Castle Hotel£54Castle Hotel£54
Hotel in centre of Neath. Room was clean and tidy. All the staff were friendly and helpful. Good cooked breakfast but cereals and drinks were limited. Only problem was the railway line behind the hotel (I had a room at the back).
The Bluebell Hotel£41The Bluebell Hotel£41
With its mountains, hills, valleys, beaches and rivers, Wales is the perfect destination for an action packed adventure sports holiday. And as the charming town of Neath in the south of the country boasts easy access to some of Wales’ very best countryside, it will make the ideal base for your next active Gaelic break.
With the beach just five miles from the town centre and lots of rivers and waterways nearby, Neath is a good destination for anyone who wants to have a go at some water sports during their stay.
As Neath is small and easy to get around, holidaymakers staying in the town’s hotels will find it easy to get out to the beach and nearby countryside no matter where they choose to stay.
Surfing, kayaking, canoeing, sailing and wind surfing can all be found in the surrounding area, ensuring there’s a sport to suit everybody’s fitness and experience level.
If you’d rather keep your feet on dry land during your stay in Neath, there are plenty of outdoor activities on offer in the nearby Brecon Beacons National Park and Afan Forest Park.
From horse riding to hiking and cycling to climbing, you’re guaranteed to find something to keep you busy in the countryside around Neath. Ask the staff in your Neath hotel for more information about local activities or get in touch with the local tourist board to find out more.
If you really want to get your adrenaline pumping and walking, cycling and riding all sound a little on the tame side, the area around Neath offers a choice of extreme sports for brave holidaymakers to enjoy.
Whether you want to throw yourself out of a plane, hurtle down a mountain on a bike or try your hand at abseiling, you’ll find something in the nearby area to suit.
As all of the hotels, B&Bs and guesthouses in Neath offer easy access to the surrounding hills, mountains and beaches, any room you book in the town will be perfectly suited to a weekend of extreme sports.
Thanks to its stunning setting, a lot of people come to Neath to escape the hustle and bustle of modern life and get close to nature. As well as the Brecon Beacons National Park, the area boasts a wealth of parks, forests and protected areas, making it easy to enjoy the area’s natural sights.
As the most beautiful countryside in the region is just a short drive from Neath, holidaymakers with their own vehicle or a hire car will find it easy to discover Neath’s natural attractions.
The perfect base for an active escape in Wales, Neath offers a good choice of hotels and a fantastic location. Book your room on Expedia now to get a great rate and start planning your action-packed Welsh getaway today.