Alexandra Guest House

Guest house in Bridgend, Glamorgan

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44 Coity Road
CF31 1LR

Alexandra Guest House, Bridgend

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Alexandra Guest House has been providing quality accommodation for over 25 years right in the heart of Bridgend town. Ideally placed within a 2 minute walk of the town's centre, bus station and train station. Just 2 miles away is the McArthurGlen Designer Outlet and junction 36 of the M4 providing quick access to Cardiff or Swansea.

We're also just a short walk from the Princess of Wales Hospital.

There are over 6 prestigious golf courses nearby including Coed-y-Mwstwr, St Mary's, The Grove, Pyle and Kenfig, Royal Porthcawl and Bridgend. If your 're looking for sand, sea and surf then you're in luck. Just 10 minutes away is the idyllic village of Ogmore-by-Sea or Porthcawl, a large seaside town ideal for days out with the family.

Alexandra Guest House has 9 spacious rooms to offer, ranging from single to family rooms with either twin or double beds. Stay from just £25 pp. All rooms are on a Bed & Breakfast basis offering a full British breakfast or continental option in our dining room.

We can easily cater for individual dietary needs and can also provide children's meals. Rooms have full tea & coffee making facilities along with complementary biscuits. Freeview TV is also available in every room.

 3 star rating

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