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Apartment in Merthyr Tydfil

Station House

Advert ID No:  79
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Sleeps:  4      No of Bedrooms:  2     
Weekly Price (low Season):  £ 450.00     (High Season):  £ 450.00

Recently fully renovated, this holiday let has been designed to offer guests comfort and convenience. The picturesque village of Troedyrhiw is in the south of the Merthyr Tydfil, served by the Taff Trail and Trevithick Trail, is within easy reach of the BikePark Wales. From here you can be in Cardiff or Newport in under half an hour. Amenities The Holiday Let is on the 1st Floor accessible...

 

Merthyr Tydfil Tourist Information

Merthyr Tydfil is an inland county in South Wales which also spills over into the Brecon Beacons National Park, it is bordered by Caerphilly to the East and the South, Rhondda Cynon Taff to the West, and Powys to the North.

A fifth of the County of Merthyr Tydfil lies within the Brecon Beacons National Park, this means visitors are treated to some dramatic and breathtaking scenery. The county can be reached by road via the A470 and the A465 roads, there are regular bus services to areas in and around the county, along with regular train services which operate from Merthyr Tydfil railway station to Cardiff Queen Street and Cardiff Central.

Merthyr Tydfil is ideal for lovers of the 'great outdoors' and for those with a love for nature, as there are a number of nature reserves in the county. Penmoelallt Community Woodland is a natural limestone woodland which is home to some of the rarest trees on Earth. Cilsanws Nature Reserve offers completely open access for visitors and has some beautiful trees like Scots Pine, Larches, Rowans and Mountain Ash. Taf Fechan Nature Reserve is a woodland reserve which runs along a limestone river valley cut by the River Taf Fechan, the reserve supports a variety of uncommon flora and fauna. The reserve, Webber's Pond can be found on the outskirts of Gethin Woodland Park, the pond is best visited during Spring and Summer when it comes to life with various dragonflies, amphibians and beautiful wildflowers can be seen in abundance. The pond is also home to various species of birds including warblers, finches, woodpeckers and kingfishers.

Merthyr Tydfil is popular for walking and cycling, the Trevithick Trail provides a nine-mile, clearly signposted trail which runs alongside the River Taff the route takes in varying habitats like woodland, grassland and wetland, along with a wealth of flora and fauna to behold.

Travelling up through the county is the Taff Trail, a twenty-mile long distance, mainly off-road cycle and footpath which heads from the city of Cardiff up through the Taff Valley, then into the Brecon Beacons National Park where it ends in the town of Brecon. The trail, which now forms part of the National Cycle Route Number 8 is for the most part traffic-free and is able to accommodate a variety of leisure users including walkers, cyclists and horse riders.

In the North of the County just beyond Merthyr Tydfil town lies Morlais Park, it is home the scant remains of Morlais Castle that can be found on a limestone ridge above the Taff Gorge. Morlais Park is also home to Morlais Castle Golf Club, a challenging 18-hole moorland golf course that provides an enjoyable game for both low and high handicapped golfers. Located on the Eastern fringe of Morlais Park and on the edge of the village of Pant is Pant Station, the starting point for the narrow gauge Brecon Mountain Railway. This magnificent steam train journey travels along the full length of the Pontsticill Reservoir and high into the Brecon Beacons National Park where it ends at the remote Torpantau railway station, the journey allows passengers to view and visit some remote and beautiful parts of the Brecon Beacons National Park.

To the West of Morlais Park, straddling the Brecon Beacons National Park and the county of Merthyr Tydfil is Merthyr Tydfil Golf Club. The course play's out the same round of golf in both the Brecon Beacons and Merthyr Tydfil, their Welsh mountaintop course has some truly outstanding views from every hole, thirteen of their eighteen holes are played within the national park boundary and five are played within Merthyr Tydfil County.

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Station House

Apartment in Merthy Tydfil (9 Photos)
Station House

No Reviews

Sleeps: 4
Bedrooms: 2
Low Season: £ 450.00
High Season: £ 450.00

Merthyr Tydfil tourist information

Merthyr Tydfil is an inland county in South Wales which also spills over into the Brecon Beacons National Park, it is bordered by Caerphilly to the East and the South, Rhondda Cynon Taff to the West, and Powys to the North.

A fifth of the County of Merthyr Tydfil lies within the Brecon Beacons National Park, this means visitors are treated to some dramatic and breathtaking scenery. The county can be reached by road via the A470 and the A465 roads, there are regular bus services to areas in and around the county, along with regular train services which operate from Merthyr Tydfil railway station to Cardiff Queen Street and Cardiff Central.

Merthyr Tydfil is ideal for lovers of the 'great outdoors' and for those with a love for nature, as there are a number of nature reserves in the county. Penmoelallt Community Woodland is a natural limestone woodland which is home to some of the rarest trees on Earth. Cilsanws Nature Reserve offers completely open access for visitors and has some beautiful trees like Scots Pine, Larches, Rowans and Mountain Ash. Taf Fechan Nature Reserve is a woodland reserve which runs along a limestone river valley cut by the River Taf Fechan, the reserve supports a variety of uncommon flora and fauna. The reserve, Webber's Pond can be found on the outskirts of Gethin Woodland Park, the pond is best visited during Spring and Summer when it comes to life with various dragonflies, amphibians and beautiful wildflowers can be seen in abundance. The pond is also home to various species of birds including warblers, finches, woodpeckers and kingfishers.

Merthyr Tydfil is popular for walking and cycling, the Trevithick Trail provides a nine-mile, clearly signposted trail which runs alongside the River Taff the route takes in varying habitats like woodland, grassland and wetland, along with a wealth of flora and fauna to behold.

Travelling up through the county is the Taff Trail, a twenty-mile long distance, mainly off-road cycle and footpath which heads from the city of Cardiff up through the Taff Valley, then into the Brecon Beacons National Park where it ends in the town of Brecon. The trail, which now forms part of the National Cycle Route Number 8 is for the most part traffic-free and is able to accommodate a variety of leisure users including walkers, cyclists and horse riders.

In the North of the County just beyond Merthyr Tydfil town lies Morlais Park, it is home the scant remains of Morlais Castle that can be found on a limestone ridge above the Taff Gorge. Morlais Park is also home to Morlais Castle Golf Club, a challenging 18-hole moorland golf course that provides an enjoyable game for both low and high handicapped golfers. Located on the Eastern fringe of Morlais Park and on the edge of the village of Pant is Pant Station, the starting point for the narrow gauge Brecon Mountain Railway. This magnificent steam train journey travels along the full length of the Pontsticill Reservoir and high into the Brecon Beacons National Park where it ends at the remote Torpantau railway station, the journey allows passengers to view and visit some remote and beautiful parts of the Brecon Beacons National Park.

To the West of Morlais Park, straddling the Brecon Beacons National Park and the county of Merthyr Tydfil is Merthyr Tydfil Golf Club. The course play's out the same round of golf in both the Brecon Beacons and Merthyr Tydfil, their Welsh mountaintop course has some truly outstanding views from every hole, thirteen of their eighteen holes are played within the national park boundary and five are played within Merthyr Tydfil County.

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