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The Royal Exchange


Bed and Breakfast, Brynmawr

£30 to £60 per night
  • No smoking
  • No pets
  • Child friendly

Family-run pub and bed and breakfast, offering a warm and friendly welcome to everyone. Located at the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park, ideally situated for visits to South Wales. We are very close to Big Pit, National Mining Museum of Wales and approximately 25 miles from Cardiff.

We offer clean, comfortable accommodation at very affordable prices, with special rates for long stay visitors. Our accommodation comprises one family room, 3 twin rooms and a single room, with two separate bathrooms and a separate WC. All the rooms are equipped with a tea and coffee tray and a television. Hair dryer and iron available upon request. There is also local free parking.

Good for workers too.

Things to do

Golf - West Monmouthshire golf course.

Big Pit- National Coal Museum.

Cardiff - Millennium Stadium, Ice Skating, Beach, City Centre, Shopping, Motorpoint Arena, and Much more (Apprx 25miles)

St Faggons - National Museum

Shopping - Discount shopping available at nearby Festival Park, Ebbw Vale.

Sightseeing - Close to Blaenafon World Heritage site with Big Pit coal mine and restored ironworks, Bryn Bach Park, Pontypool and Blaenafon Railway and Brynmawr Museum.

Cinema - Brynmawr Market Hall Cinema.

Walks - Close to the Brecon Beacons, Sugar Loaf, Black Mountains and surrounding rolling countryside.

Supertubing Experience - Festival Park Ebbw Vale (Apprx 3miles)

Brynmawr (sometimes hyphenated to Bryn-mawr in Welsh, meaning "big hill") is a market town in Blaenau Gwent, south Wales. The town, sometimes cited as the highest town in Wales, is at an altitude 1,250 to 1,500 feet above sea level and nestled at the head of the South Wales Valleys. It grew during the arrival of the coal mining and iron industries in the early 1800s.


The Royal Exchange

Bed and Breakfast at:

Davies Street
Blaenau Gwent NP23 4AD

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  • Jack Rosser
  • Davies Street
    Blaenau Gwent NP23 4AD
  • Listed since June 2009
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