Ewenny Farm Guest House

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

St Brides Road
Ewenny
Glamorgan
Wales
CF35 5AX

Ewenny Farm Guest House, Ewenny

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Ewenny Farm Guest House enjoys a superb location nestling in 2.5 acres of beautiful heritage Vale of Glamorgan parkland and close to the Heritage Coast with magnificent beaches. The property enjoys the River Ewenny flowing through the grounds and offers guest fishing if required. The guest house offers travellers holidaymakers and businessmen comfort good food and a warm friendly relaxed atmosphere.

Just 10 minutes from Junction 35 of the M4.

 4 star rating

From: £48.00


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Nearby Historic Attractions

Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest

Ewenny Priory - 0.7 miles (Abbey) Heritage Rating

Ogmore Castle - 1.3 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

St Bridget, St Bride's Major - 1.5 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Newcastle Castle - 1.7 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

Candleston Castle - 1.9 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

Coity Castle - 2.9 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

Wick, St James Church - 3.4 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Monknash, St Mary Magdalene Church - 4.3 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Marcross, Holy Trinity Church - 5.2 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Porthcawl Museum - 5.2 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

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