About Oakfield B&B

Situated within the Blaenavon World Heritage site and on the border of Brecon Beacons National Park. On National Cycle Network route 492 and within walking distance of Big Pit Mining Museum, World Heritage Centre, Blaenavon Ironworks, town centre, Blaenavon's Heritage Railway and Garn Lakes. There are many opportunities for leisure and recreation activities in the surrounding countryside from birdwatching to paragliding. There are many other attractions within easy reach of Blaenavon and the bustling market towns of Abergavenny & Pontypool, the Roman remains at Caerleon, the capital city of Cardiff (good shopping!), many castles, etc

Oakfield B&B has 3 tastefully decorated bedrooms.
- Double ensuite sleeps up to 2 people.
- Twin ensuite sleeps up to 2 people
- Family room with private bathroom sleeps up to 4 people.
Each room has tea/coffee making facilities, colour TVs with Freeview, WiFi available, towels and bedlinen supplied, shower gel and hand soaps supplied, hairdryers, thermostatically controlled radiators and for those really cold nights there are hot water bottles too. Guest information folders have information on places to eat and things to do in the local area.
There is also a guests' lounge available for relaxing with TV and a selection of books and board games to use during your stay.
All prices include breakfast. Vegetarians, gluten free and vegans catered for (advise at the time of booking to ensure availability).

Location

51.76955, -3.084303

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