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The Wyndham Arms Hotel, Bridgend

Bridgend has a rich history as a market town, dating from the 16th century. Today, it has a lively mix of independent shops, cafés and high-street names.

History buffs can explore St John’s House – the oldest habitable building in the town.

From £65 per night


01656 673500


Dunraven Place, Bridgend, Wales, CF31 1JE


We have 26 individual rooms, from single rooms to family rooms. All of our rooms are en suite and include tea- and coffee-making facilities, hairdryer and television. Irons/ironing boards and travel cots are available on request. There is also access to unlimited free Wi-Fi in all rooms and public areas.

  • room_service24-hour reception
  • meeting_roomAdjoining rooms
  • showerBath and shower
  • child_friendlyChildren welcome
  • waterComplimentary water
  • showerEn suite
  • more_timeExpress check-out
  • family_restroomFamily rooms
  • live_tvFreeview TV
  • ironIron and ironing board
  • elevatorLift
  • luggageLuggage storage
  • accessibleStep-free access
  • local_cafeTea and coffee facilities
  • wifiUnlimited free Wi-Fi
  • person_offUnmanned reception
  • usbUSB ports
Ogmore Castle, a ruined Norman castle near Bridgend, south Wales. The castle is reflected on the smooth water of the river Ogmore.

Local attractions

There really is something for everyone in Bridgend, from the beautiful shoreline around Porthcawl for surfing or lazy beach days to the many historic sites such as Coity, Ogmore Castle or Newcastle which offers great views of the town. 

Nature-lovers have a choice of nature reserves to explore, such as Craig y Parcau Local Nature Reserve – the perfect day out for walkers in search of fresh air and beautiful scenery.

There are beautiful beaches just a few miles away, such as at Ogmore-by-Sea and Porthcawl.

Enjoy arts activities and events at Carnegie House. At the Rhiw Shopping Centre and Bridgend Shopping Centre, you will find familiar high-street names, as well as independent shops. At the indoor market, you can browse long-established family businesses and new traders.

Local transport

Trains run every 20 minutes to Cardiff and Bridgend, and buses run every 30 minutes.


As Bridgend town is pedestrianised, access to the hotel’s car drop-off/pick-up is restricted during 10am–6pm.

The nearest car park is only a short walk across the footbridge (postcode: CF31 4JA).


Cardiff and Swansea are easily accessible by public transport and by road.

We are only a five-minute walk from the train station and bus station, both of which have regular direct transport to both cities.

We are situated only a short drive from the M4 – Cardiff and Swansea are within a 30-minute drive of the hotel.

We are ideally situated in the town centre; however, this does mean that we have no on-site car-parking facilities.

Book direct for the best rates

Non-refundable advance purchase rates, available to book direct on the telephone, this website and our app.

Unwind at our authentic Wetherspoon pubs

Every hotel is also attached to a Wetherspoon pub, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, including club deals (such as Curry Club® and Steak Club®) and a range of hot, soft and alcoholic drinks, all conveniently located for hotel guests to enjoy during their stay with us.

tables, chairs and hanging baskets outside The Wyndham Arms Hotel pub

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