Just a short drive from the beautiful cities of Swansea and Cardiff, Porthcawl lies on a beautiful stretch of coast with sandy beaches and rocky cliffs, an appealing combination of countryside and seaside that is filled with, and surrounded by attractions for the whole family. Porthcawl was originally a port for the iron and steel industries and still retains
some interesting features from this period. In the late nineteenth century it was transformed into an attractive seaside resort. Now, famous for it’s many golf courses, a rocky promontory with spectacular sea views separates the Royal Porthcawl golf course from the main part of the town including the harbour and expansive sandy beaches, two of which have been awarded blue flags for excellence. Just a short walk from the hotel, the town centre has an attractive high street with a variety of shops whilst the striking Grand Pavilion offers a wide variety of top class entertainment including theatre, comedy, variety and musicals.
Magnificently located on the seafront with outstanding views from all public rooms and many of the bedrooms, this landmark building commands coastal views to the east, south and west, yet is only a short walk from the centre of Porthcawl. The three star Seabank Hotel boasts 89 bedrooms, all of which are equipped with tea/coffee making facilities, internal telephone, hairdryer and TV with radio channels. All bedrooms have bath or shower and WC. Facilities at the Seabank include attractive ground floor restaurant, spacious split level cocktail bar lounge, air conditioned entertainment suite complete with bar, dance floor and entertainment most evenings plus a further two small lounges with sea views. There is free wi-fi in public areas and the lift provides level access to most bedrooms (few stairs to some front rooms).