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Welcome to Dynevor Arms

Address: Pontardawe, Neath, SA8 4HX

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Situated in the small town of Pontardawe, on the river Tawe, Dynevor Arms offers is an inn offering a bar area and free Wi-Fi, a 20-minute drive from Swansea. In the morning, a full English breakfast with black pudding is available. The bar is open until 00:00 every day and has a pool table and darts. Each room has an en suite shower room, tea/coffee making facilities, a desk and a flat-screen TV. They also have views of the town and the twin rooms have a microwave and a fridge. The Brecon Beacons National Park is a 15-minute drive from Dynevor Arms and just over 30 minutes’ drive from the Gower Coast. There is free parking at the property.

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The Neath Port Talbot College - University

The Neath Port Talbot College - University

Distance 4.14 miles (6.62 km)
The Neath Port Talbot College is a Further Education institution operating out of two main campuses in Afan Port Talbot Campus and the Neath Campus in South Wales, UK. The College offers full-time, part-time, Higher Education and Work-Based learning. The various faculties available at the College include adult learning; business management and leisure studies; catering, baking and hospitality; computing and information technology; construction; creative, visual and performing arts; engineering; health, social and child care; horticulture, hairdressing and beauty; mathematics and science; sport and public service.

Swansea City Football Club - Football Club

Swansea City Football Club - Football Club

Distance 6.47 miles (10.34 km)
Swansea Council has spent 27 million on the world-class Liberty Stadium which will put Swansea at the forefront of sport in Wales, and provide a venue of which Swansea can be proud. The stadium is now managed by an independent company, comprising of representatives from the football and rugby clubs and Swansea Council. Swansea now has a world-class multi-use sporting venue to be proud of. The stadium proudly hosted its first international game, between Wales and Slovenia, on 17th August 2005. It is now the new home for the Ospreys regional rugby team and the newly promoted League One football team Swansea City FC.