Hotels near Eugene Cross Park

Soar Chapel Guest House Ebbw Vale Blaenau Gwent NP235JJ

Distance: 0.8 miles
A warm welcome awaits you at this former Baptist Chapel which now serves as a luxury guest house in Ebbw Vale South Wales. Soar Chapel began life in 1851 as a fellowship of Protestant Dissenters from the Church of England of the Denomination of the Baptist. It was welsh speaking until 1904-05 when 100 were baptised and membership reached 254, then services began to be entirely in English. It closed its doors for what was thought the last time, about twenty-six years ago. We purchased the Chapel in 2000 and set about lovingly restoring it to make it our family home. We are now open as a Guest House and are extending our hospitality to visitors from all corners of the globe.We are known for the special care and attention to detail which we provide for all of our guests. We want to make your stay with us as relaxing and enjoyable as possible. There is something for everyone at Soar Chapel.
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The Cambrian Inn Tredegar Caerphilly County NP22 3DE

Distance: 1.9 miles
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. The rooms include a Freeview TV and tea and coffee making facilities. Each room benefits from a private bathroom with a power shower and complimentary toiletries. In the mornings, the Cambrian Inn serves traditional cooked breakfast and continental options are also available. Guests can enjoy lunch and evening meals in 'The Cam' restaurant, including a popular Sunday roast. Often host to live musical entertainment, the bar has a range of real ales and wine from around the world. Festival Park Shopping Village is just 15 minutes' drive from the Cambrian Inn and the Big Pit National Coal Museum is within 9 miles.
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Rhymney House Hotel Tredegar Caerphilly County NP22 5QG

Distance: 3.8 miles
The Rhymney House Hotel is a friendly, family run business located on the outskirts of Rhymney. The Rhymney House was built c1801 as the residence of the manager of the Rhymney Iron Company. It is a grade II listed building. As a family run hotel we offer a warm welcome to the business traveller, tourist and contractor. Feel at home as you enjoy a drink from the well stocked bar as well as a chat with the locals in front of the fire. Free Wi Fi available. We have two Tudor style bars, one with some original stonework. We also have a restaurant which seats 30 people. We are close to the A465 Heads of the Valleys road, which runs between Abergavenny (30 mins) and Swansea (1 hour) andthe A470, which gives access to Cardiff (40 mins) and the M4. 5 minutes drive to Bryn Bach Park.
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Ty Croeso Bed & Breakfast Crickhowell Blaenau Gwent NP8 1PU

Distance: 5.5 miles
Ty Croeso started life as the infirmary to the nearby Victorian workhouse, and since then its seen many changes. We have recently given its interior a major revamp to create a relaxed, modern, country vibe & have tried to ensure that the interior is in keeping with the building’s age and history. We came to view Ty Croeso out of curiosity more than anything, one Sunday afternoon but after setting eyes on the property & its stunning views, we fell in love! So although not total novices at hospitality, we decided to plunge ourselves into the world of bed & breakfast. I had previously worked for the Hilton Hotel Group some 20 years ago and had trained at college in Hotel Management, however my husband was a total newbie! We both love to talk and listen to people and felt we had the right ingredients & experience from our life & careers to make this new project a success, so after undertaking a major refurbishment between January & February, we opened our doors in March 2012. We have tried to create modern, comfortable & relaxed vibe whilst taking into consideration the historic value of the property. So why not come and take a look! While you are with us our aim is to offer a welcoming, professional & homely experience, we do this by treating every guest has one of our family friends, and providing them the very best service possible, surrounding them with top quality furnishings & a relaxing atmosphere.
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The Old Rectory Hotel and Golf Club Crickhowell Blaenau Gwent NP8 1PH

Distance: 5.6 miles
The Old Rectory is a stylish hotel situated in Llangattock, in the heart of the Brecon Beacons National Park. It is the perfect location for a relaxing break or for an activity holiday with walking, cycling, caving, fishing and riding all available nearby and the hotel also has its own onsite 9-hole golf course. The small town of Crickhowell with its shops and pubs is a pleasant ten minute walk away. The hotel is situated in a quiet location with ample parking onsite provided free of charge. The hotel grounds are also adjacent to the Monmouthshire-Brecon canal which is perfect for an evening stroll. The Old Rectory dates back to the 16th century and was once home to the celebrated poet Henry Vaughan in the days when young gentlemen were sent to live with a Rector for a full education. Our head chef David Chamberlain is making a name for himself in the area, using locally sourced ingredients to produce top quality meals in the award winning restaurant. A good range of bar snacks are also available. David is due to appear on TV in March 2015 in a new Alex Polizzi series 'For Hire'. Due to its age and design, all the 24 rooms at the hotel have individual character and range from simple single rooms to deluxe suites each tastefully furnished. There is also a room with a waterbed for the adventurous! The hotel has come under new management in January 2015. The management team are committed to maintaining and improving on the already high standards of quality and service for which the hotel is known, to ensure the perfect visit for all our guests.
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Glangrwyney Court Country House CRICKHOWELL Blaenau Gwent NP8 1ES

Distance: 5.8 miles
The Glangrwyney Court is a privately owned Grade ll listed Georgian Country House offering luxury 5 star accommodation on the edge of the beautiful Brecon Beacons and Black Mountains. 33 Acres of parkland and 4 acres of gardens gives the ideal base for a relaxing country retreat. Glangrwyney Court dates back to approximately 1800 with typical Palladian architecture. The cantilevered staircase is of special interest and the view from the curved window over the gardens and Black Mountains beyond is inspiring. Guests can relax in the cosy sitting room in front of the roaring log fire during winter months. The lounge, along with every room in the house, is tastefully decorated and furnished with period pieces while the honesty bar is to be found in the library, where there is a wide selection of books available and it is possible to take a few quiet moments away from it all. The accommodation comprises eight bedrooms in the Main House and one further ground floor bedroom in the Garden Courtyard, all of which have been sympathetically refurbished to provide exclusive guest rooms with all possible comforts. This becomes evident the moment you arrive and step into the homely and welcoming atmosphere. All rooms are fully equipped with TV & DVD Players, Hairdryers, Clock Radios, Premium Toiletries, Fluffy Bath Towels, Robes and Tea/Coffee facilities. Glangrwyney Court offers guests a well prepared, traditional Breakfast to start the day. With tea and fresh coffee, it is the ideal way to prepare for an adventure filled day exploring the beauty of the surrounding regions. The house does not have a restaurant, but staff will be happy to advise you on one of the highly recommended restaurants to be found nearby in Crickhowell. The tree lined drive forming the approach to the house reveals the first glimpse of the magnificent listed gardens, including ancient Magnolia’s and Acers along with an abundance of shrubs and plants. Each season offers interest and enjoyment to the gardening enthusiast. On a summers evening relax on the patio with a glass of wine or in winter wrap up and walk the gardens before settling down in front of the log fire. Croquet, Boules and an all weather Tennis Court is available on site while Fishing, Shooting and Pony Trekking can easily be arranged locally, giving you a wide choice of pursuits to enjoy in the area. There is an enormous choice for walkers in the immediate area, where the Brecon Beacons National Park and Black Mountains offer tremendous hill-walking possibilities and the Brecon/Pontypool canal provides gentle walking along the towpath. The area affords visitors with peace and serenity, nestled amidst the awe inspiring and relaxing surroundings, however the major cities of Cardiff and Bristol are within an hour's drive, giving a sense of convenience to the location.
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Bear Hotel Crickhowell Crickhowell Blaenau Gwent NP8 1BW

Distance: 5.9 miles
Located in Crickhowell in the beautiful Brecon Beacons, the Bear Hotel is famous far and wide for its welcoming atmosphere, historic character and good food. With old world charm and modern amenities, The Bear is an ideal retreat for a country break. Although a building of great antiquity - it dates back to 1432 - the Bear tastefully incorporates all modern comforts into its historic surroundings. A cobbled forecourt, archway into the inner courtyard and 19th-century stagecoach timetable in the bar are all reminders of the Bear's former role. Popular with locals and visitors alike, the Bear is the social hub of the pretty little town of Crickhowell. Guest bedrooms within the hotel and the renovated courtyard are a continuation of the traditional character offered throughout the hotel, however rooms are infused with modern conveniences such as wireless internet and satellite television that enhance the comfort of your stay. With comfortable, relaxing furnishings and well maintained décor, rooms are ideal for a relaxing nights rest after a full day enjoying all that the area has to offer. Disabled access is available in some Deluxe Guest Rooms. We offer free on-site parking. The regularly changing restaurant menu makes the most of wonderful locally sourced produce, allowing the kitchen brigade to cook dishes to the highest standard - a feat proven by the many awards won in the UK and the worldwide recognition garnered. Menus change with the seasons, as does the atmosphere of the delightful dining rooms. From intimate and cosy with open log fires for the winter to light and airy with fresh Spring flowers, the surroundings offered fit comfortably with the fine fare on offer. If guests wish to dine in the restaurant, please request a table at time of booking. The Bear's low-beamed bar, filled with antiques and toasted by a roaring log fire in winter, has twice won the 'Best Pub in Britain' award. The warm and characterful style befits the hotels manner, setting the tone for the unique and whimsical atmosphere only found in such historic establishments. As would befit a bar that is recommended by CAMRA - the campaign for real ale, we hold a good variety of well kept handpulled beers. Local brews are sold whenever possible, with guest ales sold on a seasonal basis. The bar sells a large number of different vintages by the glass allowing the discerning drinker to sample a variety of wines. Set in the heart of The Brecon Beacons National Park, one of Britains most beautiful wilderness areas, you will find some of the finest walks in Britain with the Beacons themselves and The Black Mountains right on the hotels doorstep. Despite the colossal stature of the natural surroundings, which exude a grand sense of magnificence, the Bear Hotel is just an hours drive from Bristol and less than an hour from Cardiff.
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Gliffaes Country House Hotel CRICKHOWELL Blaenau Gwent NP8 1RH

Distance: 6 miles
Gliffaes Country House Hotel is situated well of the beaten track in a spectacular position above the River Usk with log fires, sunny terrace, locally sourced food and plenty of walking. If you are looking for somewhere bland and faceless with all the character of a corporate hotel then Gliffaes is certainly not for you. Hidden off the beaten track in between the Brecon Beacons and the Black Mountains is one of Wale’s best kept secrets. Among the old trees, spacious lawns and with a commanding view of the River Usk is Gliffaes Country House, built in 1888. The same family has run the house as a hotel and fly-fishing lodge since 1948. Gliffaes has 33 acres of grounds, 23 individually decorated en-suite rooms and 2.5 miles of fishing. Silence is something that is in abundance, as all guests hear is nothing but the birds and the river from the bedrooms. There are a total of 23 bedrooms, a number of which are twin bedded. All are individually decorated and furnished sympathetically in-keeping with the historic character of the hotel, all with private bathrooms. The rooms are priced according to size and the views they offer. The more luxurious rooms have spectacular views across the Usk Valley, while others look over the magnificent grounds. There is one room on the ground floor with an adapted bathroom, this room is suitable for those having difficulty with stairs. Being in the middle of a National Park and surrounded by farmland, the hotel has access to some especially good meat, lamb and beef in particular. The hotel has earned an AA rosette for its cooking for the 8th year in a row. Most of the dinner menu is changed daily, and offers a choice of 5 starters, mains and desserts and there is always a vegetarian option. With priory notice most diets will be catered for. Gliffaes is perfect for those wishing to organise small board meetings, conferences, team building events or staff training, well away from the distraction of a city centre or a busy motorway junction an ideal location to meet and explore the 35 acres of grounds. The hotel is privately run by a dedicated family team who make it their business to understand guest’s wishes. The venue is quiet and peaceful all year round and is quite conveniently accessible. There are many activities to enjoy whilst staying at Gliffaes, as the hotel overlooks the River Usk guests can enjoy fishing. The hotel has been looking after fishermen and women since opening in 1948. There are a wide variety of activities available both within the hotel and its grounds, enjoy a round of golf, walking on the black mountains, cycling, riding, caving, canoeing, ballooning, gorge walking and even shopping. There is sure to be something for everyone to enjoy.
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Llanwenarth Hotel Abergavenny Blaenau Gwent NP8 1EP

Distance: 6.1 miles
The Llanwenarth Hotel dates back to the 16th century and is located midway between the market town of Abergavenny and the charming country town Crickhowell. It is one hour drive from the M5 and 30 minutes drive from the M4. 3 hrs from London, less than 2 hrs from Birmingham and 1hr from Cardiff. The Hotel it situated in the Brecon Beacons National Park, one of the most beautiful locations in the country. Perched high on the east bank of the River Usk renowned for its trout and salmon fishing, the Llanwenarth commands unrivalled views across the river towards the Blorenge Mountain taking in the whole of the spectacular Usk Valley. With lakes, mountains, valleys and rivers on its doorstep, together with unparalleled views, good food and a welcoming atmosphere, the Llanwenarth has to be the ideal place for an overnight stay or well deserved break.
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James' Place at Dowlais Dowlais Merthyr Tydfil (District) CF48 3HB

Distance: 6.2 miles
Come and crash for less at our fabulous self catering studio, based in Caeharris, Dowlais. Just a few minutes from Merthyr Town Centre, Bike Park Wales and the Brecon Beacons National Park. The Studio is fully furnished with a double bed, desk, flat screen TV, free Wi-Fi, Bistro Table and Sofa bed .A laundry charge of £8 will me made for the use of the sofa bed., the kitchen is stocked with everything you will need (and some things you may not!). The modern ensuite has a walk in shower, toilet and basin. This studio can accommodate 3 people.
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The Manor Hotel CRICKHOWELL Blaenau Gwent NP8 1SE

Distance: 6.2 miles
The Manor sits at the foot of the ancient fortress, Table Mountain. Situated in the beautiful Usk valley within the Brecon Beacons National Park and close to the pretty market town of Crickhowell, we are superbly located for lots of outdoor activities. With 22 individual styled bedrooms, The Manors interior is honest and unpretentious. Our Bistro overlooks the valley encroached by an impressive escarpment and below the river Usk. Our food is quintessentially British, we believe in simple, unfussy food, using seasonal produce. 90% of the meat and poultry served at our restaurant comes from our family farm just down the road. ¬So we know exactly what our animals have been fed throughout their life, and hope this will also lessen our carbon impact on the environment. With a leisure suite, swimming pool and Jacuzzi, The Manor hotel is the perfect country get away – it provides ideal, affordable accommodation to recharge and refresh in a clean, green, natural environment.
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