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  • We camped at a lodge at the end of the graveyard. Quite a few beds in the lodge, and meals cooked + you can’t get closer to the trails really. I’ll see if I can find the link.

    elliott-20
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    +1 for the lodges at Bryn Bettws. They’re great and at a good price.

    If the weather is wet then gear doesn’t dry-out so well in them. There is a drying room there too but the last time we went it looked like it hadn’t been in use for a while.

    andywill
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    Thanks for the suggestions. Any others also appreciated.

    Premier Icon lapierrelady
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    Ty Afan is great- self catering cottage, really friendly (local)owners so cash goes into local economy. Big kitchen/diner/sitting room downstairs, room for bikes inside on mop-able floor. Bike wash outside.

    Phone number at http://www.thevalleys.co.uk/accommodation/ty-afan-holiday-cottage-p5451

    Their own website seems to be down at the moment

    ron jeremy
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    Afan Lodge, very nice is somewhat more than a B&B

    andywill
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    We are going to Afan for the Weekend in a couple of weeks time. Can anyone recommend some bike friendly accommadation in the area. There could be up to 8 of us & we would need an evening meal/breakfast & refreshments.

    superfli
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    Green Lanterns
    On the way to Neath, about 15mins from Glyncorrwg. Bunkhouse will take 8 people and is £15 each B+B and thats a really good full english breaky. Also have smaller rooms available. The restaurant+pub is fantastic too, the best Ribeye I’ve ever had.

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    ask1974
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    Plus one for Afan lodge. Good bar, lounge, nice rooms, bike storage and cleaning and a surprisingly good restaurant. As RJ notes somewhat more than a BandB but I’d go back in a flash. Highly recommended.

    andywill
    Member

    Thanks for all the replys, very helpful. I am sure that one of them will suit us well.

    Premier Icon sam_underhill
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    Another vote for Afan lodge. It’s not the cheapest, but it’s a very pleasant place to stay.

    Premier Icon El Vino
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    +1 for bryn bettws, I stayed in the bunk house rather than the lodges but it does amazing breakfasts and has a decent communal area for the 8 of you. Right on the trails also although for someone who hadn’t mountain biked for a while going straight onto the wall descent without a warm up was interesting.

    It has its own 4x track on site also

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