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South Wales boasts a vast array of stunning landscape, sandy beaches and sites of significant historical importance.
We堳ituated less then 15 minutes from the splendour of Caerphilly Castle complete with its 塮ing towerԨis vast fortress, second only in size to that of Windsor Castle makes for an impressive and imposing sight in the town.
Caerphilly Castle Caerphilly Castle
Castles at neighbouring Raglan, Chepstow and the Wye Valley - home to Tintern Abbey, are all within easy reach, whilst ex-mining town Blaenavon, home to the Big Pit Mining Museum, offers guided tours of one of Wales졲gest former working coal mines.
Big Pit, Blaenavon Big Pit, Blaenavon
Castell Coch (Red Castle), our particular favourite, can best be described as a fairytale castle in the woods 鴒s easy to imagine Sleeping Beauty lying undisturbed in its peaceful tranquillity and splendour.
The nearby town of Caerleon is one of the most prominent Roman sites in Wales, boasting an amphitheatre, fortress baths and barracks, plus a Roman Legionary Museum.
Castell Coch Castell Coch
Less than 12 miles east of us lies the Welsh capital of Cardiff, with its unique heritage and individual character. The city boasts an array of wonderful shops of unparalleled diversity, houses Cardiff Castle near its centre, several museums and the world famous Millennium Stadium.
The Bay area of Cardiff with its variety of waterfront restaurants is situated close to the city centre and is easily accessed by taxi , rail-link or water bus. Home to the spectacular barrage, brand new Millennium Centre, marina and impressive waterside developments, the Bay is well worth a visit in itself.
Cardiff Bay, Millennium Centre Cardiff Bay, Millennium Centre
St Fagans Natural History Museum is without doubt the most popular heritage attraction. Buildings including houses, a farm, a school, a chapel and a row of miners㯴tages have been taken from all over Wales and re-erected on site. Craftsmen can often be seen carrying out their traditional skills.
St Fagans, Museum of Welsh Life St Fagans, Museum of Welsh Life
Follow the links below to find out more
Below we堬isted a few local activities although for further ideas and suggestions please contact us - we堡n in-depth local knowledge and are happy to assist you in making the most of your visit.

Mountain Bike Trails

There are two exciting single track mountain bike trails at nearby Cwmcarn with stunning views and walking trails. Each all weather single-track has much to offer for a perfect mountain biking break.
Mountain biking, Cwmcarn Mountain biking, Cwmcarn

Welsh Cycling

Welsh Cycling's head office is located at the Wales National Velodrome, Newport. The Velodrome is owned and run by Newport City Council.
Follow this link for more information on some of Newport’s most popular attractions, including Tredegar House, Newport Wetlands Reserve and the Transporter Bridge.

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