The Great House Hotel

A Historic Hotel in Bridgend, Glamorgan

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High Street Laleston
CF32 0HP

The Great House Hotel, Bridgend

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Welcome to The Great House Hotel a grade II listed building believed to have been a gift from Queen Elizabeth I to the Earl of Leicester for use as a hunting lodge. More modern day Royal connections are via His Royal Highness Charles Prince of Wales who has visited when travelling throughout Wales. Conveniently situated just 5 minutes from M4 junctions 35 and 37 the hotel is located in the heart of the Conservation village of Laleston and overlooks the ancient village church.

Some of the places of interest close by include the old thatched village of Merthyr Mawr and Candleston Dunes. We are also well placed for a range of walks and 10 golf courses including the championship courses at The Royal Porthcawl and Pyle and Kenfig. Margam Abbey and Country Park are also just 5 minutes away.

Leicesters Restaurant at The Great House has twice been awarded Country Restaurant of the Year . A variety of dishes are served to 2 AA rosette standard and food is made from high-quality local ingredients. Please note that the restaurant does not open for dinner on Sunday evenings.

There is also a small health suite with a sauna and Jacuzzi. Free wireless broadband access.

3 star rating

From: £90.00

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  • Wedding Licence
  • Restaurant
  • Sauna
  • Iron And Board In Each Room
  • Limited Hours Room Service
  • Laundry/Valet Service
  • Wake Up Call Available
  • Porter
  • Bar

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