Hazelwood Guest House

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Tondu Road
Bridgend
Glamorgan
Wales
CF31 4LJ

Hazelwood Guest House, Bridgend

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Hazlewood is a purpose built guest house, minutes from Bridgend town centre, it has received the highest reviews on Tripadvisor by our guests. With the backing of Bridgend tourist board, Hazelwood Guest House was designed with the guest in mind, and offers the highest standard of accommodation in Bridgend.

Built to Gold Business Standard and having recived our four star rating, our guest house offers accommodation in six spacious en-suite bedrooms, a discrete dining room and a lounge area housed in the conservatory. Residents also have access to the carefully tended garden which is set in 2.5 acres of natural parkland alongside the river. The guest house area has been designed to be completely separate from our home, so whilst you can expect a friendly welcome, you will also be afforded the privacy and freedom you would expect from a small hotel.

Just minutes away from Bridgend Town Centre, this purpose-built, 4-star guesthouse offers 6 comfortable en suite bedrooms in a peaceful setting, amid a beautifully landscaped garden within a natural meadow. Alongside a river, Hazelwood House is the ideal base for leisure stays in South Wales, or for business travellers looking for an alternative to town centre accommodation; the house is just 2 minutes away from junction 36 of the M4, within 2.5 miles of Bridgend Industrial Estate and 1.5 miles away from the Brackla Industrial Estate. Family-run, Hazelwood House has been designed to be completely separate from the owner's home.

So you can expect a friendly welcome and personal service, whilst also enjoying the privacy and freedom you would expect from a small hotel.

 4 star rating

From: £45.00

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