Cheap Hotels in Neath
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Hotels in Neath
Set on the River Neath and a short drive from the centre of Swansea, Neath hotels are within easy reach of historical buildings, country parks and bustling shopping centres.
The history of Neath can be traced back as far as the Roman period and there are a number of impressive historical sites to visit surrounding the town. The ruins of Neath Abbey are located close to the Tennant Canal. The Abbey dates from the 12th century when it was founded by Richard de Granville and used by Savigniac monks. The Abbey was subsequently used in the 18th century as a site for copper smelting. Close to Neath Abbey are Margam Abbey and the Stones Museum, dating from 1147 and the only Cistercian foundation in Wales to have an intact nave still used for worship. In the Stones Museum you'll find a collection of inscribed Roman and Celtic stones.
For an insight into Neath's later industrial heritage, the National Trust Aberdulais Tin Works and Waterfall is a fascinating place to learn about the history behind the tin works. Aberdulais is also home to the UK's largest electricity-generating water wheel. Cefn Coed Colliery Museum contains exhibits on the mining history of the area, and the South Wales Miners Museum details the life of a Welsh miner.
There are a number of excellent country parks in the Port Talbot area. Afan Forest Park is a beautiful outdoor location that offers a range of mountain bike trails. Waterfall Country is an ideal destination for romantic ambles through some of Wales' most stunning scenery. Margam Country Park is perfect for family trips, featuring 1,000 acres of parkland, a number of historical buildings and the Go Ape treetop adventure park. If you're looking to visit the seaside, Aberavon Seafront is one of the best beaches in the area.
The centre of Swansea is easily reached from Neath via car or public transport. As well as a lively range of shops, restaurants and bars, Swansea boasts an enormous collection of cultural activities to enjoy, including experiencing Welsh history at the National Waterfront Museum, catching a performance in the Swansea Grand Theatre, learning about a great Welsh poet in the Dylan Thomas Centre or taking a stroll along the beautiful Swansea Bay area. Also within driving distance is the sprawling natural beauty of the vast Breton Beacons National Park.
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