Whether you are here to meet up or put your feet up, you’ll find a warm welcome and an invigorating atmosphere.

We are a stone’s throw from some of the UK’s most dramatic coastline and countryside – the perfect opportunity to breathe in some fresh air and work up an appetite.

If you are here on business, the hotel is within striking distance of Swansea, Port Talbot and Neath, and has all the facilities you need to seal the deal in comfort.

So whatever it is that brings you to the Aberavon Beach, get ready to relax. You’ll enjoy the elegant Greenhouse restaurant, bedrooms with sea-views.

Most of all, enjoy being in Wales – home of poets, singers and rugby legends, rugged coastlines, green valleys, and unmatched hospitality.


All 68 bedrooms are designed with comfort in mind. There are several family rooms, a large bedroom with specially adapted bathroom and a selection of twin and double rooms.

Your Wedding Day

Celebrate your special day with us. Dine in our elegant restaurant overlooking Swansea Bay. Enjoy the excellent value of our all-inclusive wedding packages and let us help you arrange your perfect day.

Meetings & Conferences

With great facilities and welcoming staff, we have the perfect venue for your conference or meetings. We offer six flexible conference rooms, a full range of conference presentation equipment and great rates.

Leisure & Attractions

Our immediate countryside is blessed with areas of natural beauty, rich cultural and historical sites and breath-taking views you will remember forever. Take part in active events, or watch great sport at our nearby venues.

Customer Comments

Many of our customers have been kind enough to leave comments about their stay in this hotel. We have published a few for you to read - follow this link for more information.

"I have come to take you away to my Emporium on the hill, where the change hums on wires. Throw away your little bedsocks and your Welsh wool knitted jacket, I will warm the sheets like an electric toaster, I will lie by your side like the Sunday roast."

Under Milk Wood