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Cheap Hotels in Pontypridd

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Trehafod
2.2 Miles from the centre
per night from £56
(price for Tue, 22 Oct)

Central Guest House Hotel

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Stow Hill, Treforest
0.6 Miles from the centre
per night from £80
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Hotels in Pontypridd

Once a busy steel, coal and iron centre, Pontypridd is often locally referred to as 'Ponty' and is a great base for exploring South Wales' fascinating industrial heritage attractions. The settlement began to develop after the opening of the Brown Lenox chainworks in the 1810s, and by the late 19th century, this area of Wales was dubbed the 'Wild West' because of its enormous coalfields.

Pontypridd Museum

In a converted Victorian chapel, the Pontypridd Museum examines the history of the town through a series of fascinating exhibitions, which, in the past, have included a Welsh black and white photography collection and a summer exhibition by the Pontypridd and District Art Society.

The Old Bridge

Probably the defining landmark of Pontypridd, the Old Bridge is more than 250 years old and is now protected as a Scheduled Ancient Monument. When it was built, it was Britain's longest single-span bridge, and it is now adjacent to Victoria Bridge, built in the 1850s.

The Blaenavon Industrial Landscape UNESCO World Heritage Site

This is a landscape that pioneered what was probably the most significant process in record history, the development of novel industrial methods and technology that transformed economies and societies all over the globe. See the former homes of coal miners, visit the quarries and coal mines that provided a livelihood for thousands of local families, and discover the Blaenavon Ironworks, where it all began.

Caerphilly Castle

Surrounded by an unusually large water defence, Caerphilly Castle is one of Britain's finest medieval landmarks and was built in the 13th century. The building was the home of the Marquesses of Bute by the late 18th century, although it was sold after the Second World War and subsequently converted into the popular tourist attraction it is today.

Accommodation and dining in Pontypridd

For comforSEOSITE_LEVEL_DESCRIPTION, hospiSEOSITE_LEVEL_DESCRIPTION Pontypridd hotels, choose the charming and picturesque Llechwen Hall Hotel or consider the well-presented, affordable Brynffynon Hotel. Enjoy some vibrant Mediterranean flavours at The Crown Inn, try some delicious Indian classics at the Jamil Indian Restaurant, or head to Trattoria for some delightful Italian recipes.

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