Hotel Commodore, Mill Lane, Llanyrafon Cwmbran
Contact: Sam & Pam
Tel: 01633 484091
£35 Single room - £120 Superior Twin / Double room per night Other Currency
Sleeps Up To 50
Hotel Commodore Grading : 3
Children Allowed : welcome
Pets Allowed : enquire
Smoking Policy : allowed
Alcohol License : yes, on sale
Parking Available : present
Wheelchair Access : sorry, no wheelchair access
Hotel Commodore Cwmbran - Within walking distance are river walks, shopping centre, boating lake and sports stadium.
A friendly, modern hotel, The Commodore offers you exceptionally high standards of accommodation and cuisine combined with caring, personal service. There is ample car parking, and the peaceful setting within wooded grounds ensures a tranquil and relaxing stay.
Very well positioned in South Wales for easy and convenient access to many important centres [see Website Map] - The Commodore Hotel is 3 miles from M4 junction 6, 20 miles from Cardiff airport, 12 miles from Cardiff city centre, 15 miles from the Wye Valley and 20 miles from Bristol.
Although the hotel offers many departments, accommodation is our business. With over thirty years' experience, we pride ourselves on our high standards and attention to detail.
Our bedrooms are all individual and modern, and have all amenities for your personal comfort.
Each of the hotel's sixty bedrooms has a private bathroom, colour TV and video, hospitality tray, as well as our 24 hour room service. Passenger lift, foreign exchange, doctor on call, direct dial telephone - The Commodore Hotel ensures that you have everything you need to feel completely at home.
A self-contained restaurant within the hotel, offering dishes prepared using the finest seasonal and local produce.
An a Lá Carte menus is offered seven days a week. Our Sunday Lunches are an ever-popular family treat.
The Willows is a very well appointed and comfortable restaurant which has its own bar, toilets patio and decking terrace, making it an attractive venue for weddings, christenings, family gatherings or that candle-lit moment.
Buffets from £5.00 per head
Door security compulsory £60.00
:: Locality ::
The Borough of Torfaen, South Wales, holds a wealth of history from all ages. Nearby Caerleon was home to an important Roman fortress for 200 years until around 300AD. Blaenavon, recently designated a World Heritage Site, was where the industrial revolution started.
The Pontypool and Blaenavon Railway is located high on mountain moorland in the county of Torfaen, and is well worth a visit not only for its setting, but for the wide variety of stock located there.
A boat trip on the nearby Brecon and Monmouthshire Canal is an experience in relaxation. Boats of various sizes can be hired for anywhere between an hour and a day.
A visit to Blaenavon's Big Pit Musem is an unforgettable experience. Over the last ten years, over a million people have visited this interesting attraction to learn about our industrial heritage and to experience the exciting underground tours.
Greenmeadow Community Farm is a 150 acre haven with a 17th Century farmstead. Children enjoy getting to know the animals - and even feeding them. An enjoyable and educational day out for all the family.
Tredegar House, set in 90 acres of gardens and parkland, is one of the architectural wonders of Wales. The ancestral home of the Morgans for over 500 years, visitors can discover what life was like for those who lived 'above' and 'below' stairs.