Coronavirus update – 27th November 2020

Whilst there are currently no lockdown restrictions in Wales, Travel restrictions still apply to and from other parts of the UK, so please check whether you’re allowed to travel before booking your stay. At the moment we can accept bookings from Welsh residents for any reason but if you live in other parts of the UK you can only stay if you have a legitimate business reason to do so. If you’re in any doubt, contact us to check.

Whilst the situation remains so uncertain, we guarantee that if you book for stays in 2020 & 21 and you’re unable to travel due to Coronavirus restrictions we won’t charge cancellation fees (see our Coronavirus FAQ for more details), so you can book with confidence. In the meantime, stay safe, wash your hands, wear a mask and we’ll see you as soon as we’re able to.

The Grange is a boutique 5 bedroom Guesthouse situated in the village of Cefn-Coed-y-Cymmer on the edge of Merthyr Tydfil and the Brecon Beacons National Park. Whatever your reason for visiting the area, The Grange is your comfortable, laid back, home from home.

The 150 year old Cefn-Coed viaduct, formerly the Merthyr to Brecon Railway and now part of the Taff Trail, provides a stunning backdrop to the house which is continued inside with spacious guest areas and 5 en-suite guest bedrooms.

If you’re a cyclist, we have everything that you could possibly need to help you enjoy the spectacular cycling that South Wales has to offer. From secure bike storage, washing & maintenance facilities right through to a fully equipped team-car that we can use to support you and your team or group of friends on extended rides. See the “Cycling at The Grange” page for more information on our cycling services. For Mountain Bikers, we’re a 4 mile ride along the Taff Trail directly into Bike Park Wales. This focus on cycling led to us being featured in The Guardian’s “Top 10 cycling hotels in UK, France and Spain” in June 2019

For those of you that don’t cycle, The Grange still provides the perfect location to explore the industrial heritage and stunning scenery of the South Wales Valleys and Brecon Beacons National Park. Whether you’re a walker, in the area for adventure sports or visiting on business then we’re always available for advice that will help you get the most out of your visit, with comfortable accommodation and great food to help you relax at the end of your day.