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Welcome to Central House Guest House

Address: Stow Hill, Treforest, Pontypridd, CF37 1RZ

Hotel Description

Central House Guest House is located in Pontypridd, 10 km from Llancaiach Fawr Manor. Free private parking is available on site. Extras include free toiletries and a hair dryer. Central House Guest House features free WiFi throughout the property. There is a shared lounge at the property. The nearest airport is Cardiff Airport, 22 km from Central House Guest House.

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Bryn Meadows Golf Course - Caerphilly - Golf

Bryn Meadows Golf Course - Caerphilly - Golf

Distance 5.6 miles (8.96 km)
Bryn Meadows Golf and Country Hotel is located in the heart of the beautiful Rhymney valley of South Wales. Bryn Meadows is a par 72 6156 yard championship course with beautiful views of the surrounding countryside. Although not the longest course is has a great challenge from every tee and put shot making its accuracy to the fore. The two signature holes at Bryn Meadows are the 4th, a 213 par over water, and the 11th, a fantastic par 5 measuring 561 yards with your 3rd shot over water and out of bounds to your right. Bryn Meadows is a course enjoyed by low and high handicappers alike and with its excellent reputation on the course and in the bars and restaurants it is a perfect venue for your company day.

Radyr Golf Club - Cardiff - Golf

Radyr Golf Club - Cardiff - Golf

Distance 6.36 miles (10.17 km)
With its magnificent views overlooking the City of Cardiff and the Bristol Channel beyond, Radyr has one of the most idyllic settings in South Wales. Nestling in rural heathland its gentle undulations provide both members and visitors with a course which is a delight to the eye, yet which offers the sternest of challenges to golfers of all standards. At 6053 yards the layout of the course today has changed little from the original finalised by Colt of Sunningdale in 1915. Its greatest feature is the fact that every hole provides a separate and very different challenge and any golfer who has visions of 'taking it apart' is very quickly disillusioned. Wayward shots are invariably punished and the magnificent but testing greens will reward only the smoothest of putting strokes.