Maps of :Betws Tourist Attractions
Map of Betws Tourist Attractions in Wales >
This map portrays some of the best tourist attractions in Betws, Wales. Click on our interactive map below to find details of the Attractions in Betws that are featured in the Walesdirectory. Please click on the 'Map Layers' list on the sidebar to find accommodation close to the attraction displayed on the map.
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Parc Slip Wildlife Trust Visitor Centre - Parc Slip Nature Reserve is a beautiful 247 acre site comprising a variety of different habitats, managed by the Wildlife Trust of South and West Wal Sarn Railway Station - Bridgend Designer Outlet - Laid out in a friendly village street style, offering over 90 famous designer stores including Karen Millen- Bench and Hooch - Levi's - Marks and Spen Maesteg Ewenny Road Railway Station - Cwm Garw Valley - Cwm Garw is situated to the west of the capital of Cardiff, in the county of Bridgend. Ogmore Vale is situated under 2 miles to the east of Cwm Garw, Coity Castle - Coity Castle is located in Glanmorgan, South Wales and was built by Sir Payn de Turberville. Although originally established soon after 1100, much of Blaengarw Workmen's Hall - Blaengarw Workmen's Hall mission is to play a central role in the regeneration of the Garw Valley by being a vibrant, diverse and exciting cultural an Maesteg Swimming Pool - Maesteg Swimming Pool has two pools. The main pool is 25 metres long with 6 lanes, with a deep end of 1.8m and a shallow end of 1.2m, which makes it a Maesteg Railway Station - Maesteg railway station has direct links to:|
Wales: Bridgend, Caerau, Cardiff Central, Ebbw Vale Parkway, Nantyfyllon, Holyhead.|
North West: M Newcastle - Newcastle, Bridgend is located north of bridgend itself and also further inshore, to the east, of Porthcawl. Initially a Norman castle, the site appe Peter Wills Gallery - Peter has been a professional potter since 1989 and has a growing reputation in this country and abroad. Working with fine white clays, attention to Bridgend Male Voice Choir - <iframe width="640" height="360" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/hPMZHzU7Sdc?rel=0" frameborder="0" allow YMCA Bridgend - The YMCA works with children and young people throughout Wales to provide non formal educational and personal development opportunities.
We believ The Rhiw Shopping Centre - Welcome to Bridgend's premier all weather shopping facility. Inside the centre you will find over 20 shops many of whom are famous high street names p Bridgend Railway Station - Bridgend railway station sits on the South Wales Main Line and has direct links to Pencoed, Llanharan, Pontclun, Llansamlet, Briton Ferry, Port Talbot CAFCASS Bridgend - Ogmore River -
The River Ogmore (Welsh: Afon Ogwr) is a river in South Wales. The River Ogmore rises at Craig Ogwr (527m) in the Ogmore Valley as the Ogwr Fawr bef St Mary's Nolton - The market town of Bridgend flourished during the industrial age, and became the most important town in the district. There had been a church here sin St Mary's Coity - The church follows a typical cruciform design, common to churches of its age. It sits in the shadow of Coity Castle, an important Norman stronghold. T Bridgend Recreation Centre - If you want to get in shape, lose weight, improve your health or just have fun – give us a try! Bridgend Recreation Centre boasts the area’s large Coed-y-Mwstwr Golf Club - We pride ourselves on our friendly approach, both to members and visitors, and welcome anyone to the club. The clubhouse is open most days for drinks Maesteg Golf Club - Maesteg Golf Club offers the golf enthusiast a well maintained James Braid designed course of considerable character and maturity (Est. 1912). In an a
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