All Places in Neath Port Talbot
- Margam Abbey Stones Museum in Cadw is well worth visiting for its collection of Roman and Celtic stones, some inscribed pre-romanesque dating back to the 6th Century. Christian memorials are cart wheel crosses can be seen here too dating from the late 10th and 11th centuries.
- Aberdulais Tin Works and Waterfall is a preserved former industrial site situated in Aberdulais near Neath in South Wales. Detailing the site’s 400-year-old history, Aberdulais was latterly a water-powered tin mine and is now owned and maintained by the National Trust. Visitors can explore the many industrial artefacts including the waterwheel which was the largest electricity-generating one in Europe. The Aberdulais Falls is a spectacular waterfall which can release 160 million litres of water at full power and is the driving force behind the success of Aberdulais’s industrial might over the last centuries. Open throughout the year for a small admission fee, there is parking, a gift shop and tea room on site, see for more information www.nationaltrust.org.uk
- BEST WESTERN Aberavon Beach Hotel sits on the South Wales seafront and lives long in the memory. Famous poets, singers and rugby legends all hail from the 'Land of Song', but its the rugged coastlines, green valleys, unique character and of course, the unmatched hospitality offered by certain hotels that make it so attractive to visitors time and time again. Whether you're here to meet up or put your feet up, you'll find a warm welcome that's impossible to forget! We're just a few miles from some of the UK's most dramatic coastline and countryside too, giving you every excuse (as if one were needed) to enjoy stunning views. For business, the hotel is a real pleasure. Swansea, Port Talbot and Neath are all close by, and everything's on hand to help you seal the deal back at the hotel. Whatever brings you to BEST WESTERN Aberavon Beach, you'll find our Greenhouse restaurant, refurbished bar & lounge, contemporary bedrooms with sea-views and fantastic leisure centre most accommodating!