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Best things to do in Pontardawe

Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Establishment
“Historic and classic piece of South Wales culture. Fabulous place, lots to do, Makers activity cafe, cinema, excellent shows, beautiful Lliw Art Gallery and bands in a charming small town.”
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Bar
“Our great local pub with quality food in the bar and restaurant and always a good choice of real ale. Friendly and helpful service. My favorite is their Steak with Diane sauce. ”
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Grocery or Supermarket
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“Store with petrol station 24hrs (except sun). Convenient but I would recommend using the local traders on Herbert St first.”
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Establishment
“Good public swimming pool. Separate shallow children's pool. Located 15 mins walk or 2 mins drive from the property”
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Grocery or Supermarket
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Bar
“Pub, with great garden, good food, real ales, Live music several nights a week mostly at the weekend.”
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Establishment
“The Pontardawe golf course is up on a mountain and is semi-parkland. The course is just over 6101 yards, with 18 holes and a par of 70. Spectacular panoramic views.”
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Natural Feature
“Great for a jog or a cycle - canal path runs from Ynysmeudwy Arms to Clydach and beyond”
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Bar
“Very popular with our guests. Traditional Welsh pub, easy atmosphere, wooden floors, open fires, local pictures on walls, great food and beer.Hillside location with superb views across Swansea Valley.”
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Park
“FREE Peaceful large RSPB woodland reserve along the lower Clydach river You might see spotted flycatchers, redstarts, buzzard, kites and dippers One of the main trails is suitable for pushchairs. FREE”
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Restaurant
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Premise
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Bus Station
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Post Office
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Church
“FREE A steep climb through woodland, Llangiwg is situated at a cross roads on an ancient mountain route which the Celtic saints travelled during the 6th century. Parts of the church date to 1400's. ”
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