Premier Inn Merthyr Tydfil

Address: Pentrebach, Pentrebach, Merthyr Tydfil County, Southern Wales, Wales, CF48 4BD, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Pentrebach, Pentrebach, is near Brecon Mountain Railway, Llancaiach Fawr, Wildfowl and Wetlands Centre, and Heart of Wales Line.
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    Travel Blogs from Pentrebach

    Cardiff Day 2 (or Day of the Doctor)

    A travel blog entry by ackland1975 on Oct 30, 2014

    13 photos

    ... still well worth the time to visit. It took my money conscious side of my brain not to buy something for the very large shop (it's bigger on the inside). Now I must admit I only chose a few photos from the well over 100 I took from the experience so I don't bore non-who fans. But yeah, I have over 100 if you are a fan and would like to see them!!! Hopefully tomorrow I can provide more variety of photo. ...

    Cardiff and regeneration

    A travel blog entry by ackland1975 on Oct 29, 2014

    10 photos

    ... saw were incredible and the city itself is very beautiful (as you saw from the pics). Anyway, I went to bed early (before 9pm). I also made the decision to cancel my plan to get to Cardiff via Bath. It was going to make for a day more jam packed than ever and I wasn't up for it. In truth, next time I plan something like this it will be a minimum 2 nights per place. Bath and Stonehenge are now on my ever growing list for future visits. Now (long post ...

    Wales

    A travel blog entry by kyliep on Oct 26, 2014

    5 photos

    ... established in 1131 by the Cistercian monks. It was handed over the King Henry VIII in 1536 and was partially destroyed. We arrived just as it opened so wee were the only ones walking around the site. The photos I've attached do quite do it justice but this place is massive. It consists of not only the abbey but also the surrounding buildings including the kitchen, infirmary, dorms and gardens. While most if it is in ruins it was easy to ...

    Oarsman's bay lodge

    A travel blog entry by ectune on Oct 22, 2014

    1 comment

    ... in. We were then given the option to swim underwater through a tunnel to get into another cave. It's safe to say we weren't the first to do it, but after we saw the tunnel closer me, Sophie and Laura swam through. When we got to the other side it literally was pitch black there was no light at all...A couple of the tour guides had head lamps but that was it. We swam around whilst we were given an explanation of the cave and then made our way back out ...

    First stop Cairns - let's have you!

    A travel blog entry by ectune on Sep 21, 2014

    1 comment

    ... to scuba dive (ear problems!), but there ended up being 3 of us who didn't scuba dive. Laura pretty soon after getting on the boat realised that she couldn't scuba dive because of her asthma. And the other one was honor, it wasn't quite as simple why she couldn't scuba dive. In fact honor actually had her full scuba diving outfit on, and was actually in the water when she realised she couldn't scuba dive. Honor couldn't have been in the water longer than about 10 minutes as she ...