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Llanharry Attractions Sevenoaks Fish Farm - Located in a beautiful rural setting in the heart of South Wales, Sevenoaks fishery offers a peaceful, relaxing days fishing. Just 8 miles from Cardif Llanharan Railway Station - Llanharan railway station sits on the South Wales Main Line and has direct links to Bridgend, Pencoed, Llanharan, Pontclun, Llansamlet, Briton Ferry a Pontyclun Railway Station - Pontyclun railway station sits on the South Wales Main Line and has direct links to Bridgend, Pencoed, Llanharan, Pontclun, Llansamlet, Briton Ferry a St Owens Church Ystradowen - Ystradowen Church, dedicated to St Owens (sometines St Owain), is in the Rectorial Benefice of Cowbridge. The present church dates back to 1867. Howe Pontyclun The House In Town - The House In Town is a beatiful classic fashion boutique set in the heart of Pontyclun. Residing in a beautiful building with amazing original Whitehills Golf Club - 9 hole parkland course. Secretary: Mr J King. Talbot Green Community Centre - The YMCA works with children and young people throughout Wales to provide non formal educational and personal development opportunities. We believ Llantrisant & Pontyclun Golf Club - Llantrisant and Pontyclun Golf Club was established in 1927 and has continued to develop over the years.It is a gently undulating 18 hole parkland cou Vale Hotel, Golf & Spa Resort - There are two 18 hole courses:- Wales National: This 7413 yards parkland course features all greens being constructed to USGA standards with water b Pencoed Railway Station - Pencoed railway station sits on the South Wales Main Line and has direct links to Llanharan, Pontclun, Llansamlet, Briton Ferry, Port Talbot and Pyle Llantrisant Parish Church - The Parish Church dominates the skyline of Llantrisant and is found just off the Bull Ring in the historic part the town. The Church is dedicated to t Model House Craft and Design Centre - Model House Craft and Design Centre's Victorian exterior belies the wealth of beautiful objects you will find inside. The Crafts Council listed galler Llan Walkers - The Llantrisant Ramblers was formed about 17 years ago by a group of retired people who simply liked to ramble in South Wales. This group now has over St Cannas Church Llangan - St Canna’s Church sits in the village of Llangan between Bridgend and Cowbridge in the Vale of Glamorgan, South Wales. The church is dedicated to St Taskforce Paintball - Taskforce Paintball is South Wales' premier paintballing and outdoor activity centre. We offer an exciting range of activities including archery, tea Oscars Bar & Grill - Oscars Bar & Grill is located on the High Street in Cowbridge. It’s a place for all. Relax and enjoy a cocktail chilling out on the sofas, or trea Cowbridge High Street - The High Street, in the quaint market town of Cowbridge, Vale of Glamorgan, has numerous unique, family-owned shops selling up-market clothes for men Quarter Penny Cafe Cowbridge - The Quarter Penny cafe is a friendly, cosy eating and meeting place. (Formerly the Farthings of Cowbridge Restaurant the restaurant has now returned t Cowbridge Museum - Cowbridge Museum is located within the Palladian styled Cowbridge Town Hall on Cowbridge High Street. The Town Hall once served as a prison and six of Cowbridge Physic Garden - The Cowbridge Physic Garden Trust have recreated a physic garden in Cowbridge, on the site that was once part of Old Hall, the home of the Edmondes Church of the Holy Cross Cowbridge - The medieval Church of the Holy Cross is an historic church within the historic town centre of Cowbridge. The church was probably founded with the med Llanblethian Castle - Llanblethian Castle (sometimes known as St Quentin’s), begun by the Norman Lord Gilbert de Clare in 1307, sits on a spur to the north of Llanblethia Church of St John the Baptist Llanblethian - The Church of St John the Baptist in Llanblethian is an historic church with parts of the church being of 12th and 13th Century construction. The towe Coed-y-Mwstwr Golf Club - We pride ourselves on our friendly approach, both to members and visitors, and welcome anyone to the club. The clubhouse is open most days for drinks St Michael's Beddau - St. Michael's Church, or the Church of St. Michael and All Angels to give it its full title, was opened in 1936 and was initiated in the first instanc Coed Hills Rural Artspace - Coed Hills Visitor Centre is situated in the picturesque Vale of Glamorgan, just 8 miles west of Cardiff. In an area packed with ancient history and b Creigiau Golf Club - Established in 1922 Creigiau GC was a 9 hole course. Now after extensive modification and changes it is a 6063 yard 18 hole parkland course. The Club Department for the Economy and Transport -
Attractions near Llanharry
Sevenoaks Fish Farm
Llanharan Railway Station
Pontyclun Railway Station
St Owens Church Ystradowen
Pontyclun The House In Town
Whitehills Golf Club
Talbot Green Community Centre
Llantrisant & Pontyclun Golf Club
Vale Hotel, Golf & Spa Resort
Pencoed Railway Station
Llantrisant Parish Church
Model House Craft and Design Centre
Llan Walkers
St Cannas Church Llangan
Taskforce Paintball
Oscars Bar & Grill
Cowbridge High Street
Quarter Penny Cafe Cowbridge
Cowbridge Museum
Cowbridge Physic Garden
Church of the Holy Cross Cowbridge
Llanblethian Castle
Church of St John the Baptist Llanblethian
Coed-y-Mwstwr Golf Club
St Michael's Beddau
Coed Hills Rural Artspace
Creigiau Golf Club
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