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Seabank Hotel - Porthcawl

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The seaside town of Porthcawl, was developed as a coal port in the 19th century but because of developments at other larger ports this trade declined and in line with many coastal resorts in the Victorian era, the town developed its tourist trade. The Seabank Hotel is ideally situated on the seafront with outstanding views from all public rooms and most bedrooms. The centre of Porthcawl is just a short walk away. All 89 bedrooms are equipped with tea/coffee making facilities, internal telephone, hairdryer and television. There is an airconditioned entertainment suite on the ground floor, comprising of a bar and dance floor. A lift serves most floors - although there may be some steps to consider.

Price Includes:
• Door to Door Transport
• Bed, Breakfast & Evening Meal
• Excursions



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The Mumbles – There are plenty of things to do in the Mumbles, immerse yourself in the history and tradition that this area is steeped in. There is a lighthouse, built-in 1794, a Victorian pier, and if you feel the need for some retail therapy, there’s a range of highend shops, independent boutiques and quirky galleries.

Gwilli Steam Railway - Take a ride on the Gwilli Steam Railway (price included). Your train will depart from Bronwydd Arms Station to Danycoed Halt, back down to Abergwili Junction and then returning to Bronwydd Arms, 3 miles north of Carmarthen. Named after the River Gwilli, which runs alongside the railway for 4 miles, passing through picturesque farmland and steeply wooded hillsides (cost included).

Barry Island - Attracting visitors since the 1870's with the appeal of its golden beaches, cafes and family amusements. The seafront offers an extensive promenade along the entire length of Whitmore Bay beach, against a backdrop of alluring cafés and restaurants, vibrant beach huts and not forgetting the connection with the popular TV series; “ Gavin and Stacey”.