Premier Inn Caerphilly Crossways

Crossways Business Park, Pontypandy, Caerphilly, CF83 3NL, United Kingdom
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Where to stay in Caerphilly, Wales

by mwm58

Please recommend a place to stay in Caerphilly, Wales on 21 and 22 August 2009.

Re: Where to stay in Caerphilly, Wales

by zuriga

www.smoothhound.co.uk has some good ideas for hotels and B&Bs all over the UK. I like that they show photos and you can get an idea of what a place looks like!

Re: Where to stay in Caerphilly, Wales

by leics

The official tourist information site lists all accommodation in Caerphilly (there is not a huge amount in the town itelf). If you want you can then google the individual name + 'caerphilly reviews'.

http://www.visitcaerphilly.com/things-to-do/?Ref=2&Type=Places+to+stay

http://www.stayinwales.co.uk/wales.cfm?town=Caerphilly

Also, if you put 'caerphilly hotel' into google you will immediately get a map with hotels listed...you will see there are only 3 or so in the town itself.

Re: Where to stay in Caerphilly, Wales

by dave.richards

U2 are in Cardiff on the 22 August but this should not interfere with the hotels in Caerphilly.
As the others have said, there are only a handful of hotels in the town itself so you may have to book into an hotel on the outskirts.
http://maps.google.co.uk/maps?hl=en&um=1&ie=UTF-8&q=caerphilly+hotels&fb=1&split=1&gl=uk&view=text&ei=fngISr2tNtvLjAe5wc3jBA&sa=X&oi=local_group&resnum=1&ct=more-results&cd=1

Travel Tips for Caerphilly

Tommy Cooper

by Balam

Caerphilly was the birth place of the famous Comedian Tommy Cooper who was born here on 19 March 1921 and died doing what he loved best, on stage on the 15th April 1984. There is a statue next to the Visitor information centre on the Toyn Car park.

Medieval Siege Warfare

by Tom_Fields

To any military historian, Caerphilly is one of the highlights of Wales. And one of its must-see attractions, beside the castle, is this collection of medieval siege engines. They were the best of their day. Most of them were refined, modified versions of the ones employed by the Romans. While primitive by our standards, they were very advanced for the pre-gunpowder era.

They are displayed in front of the castle. Live demonstrations are held on occasion; check the web site for more information. None of the military museums that I toured had any of these weapons. You have to come to Caerphilly to see them.

Abertridwr - Valley of widows

by Elodie_Caroline


Abertridwr is known as, 'The valley of the widows,' because, at one time, there wasn't a single house in this valley that hadn't been touched by the death of a miner; a father or brother. At one time, 500 poor miners were killed in one day at the Senghenydd pit, in an underground explosion. Unless you have been in a war, you cannot ever comprehend the loss of so many lives in such a small time, can you. Other poor miners have died in another mine, which is situated underneath Pattys house, through floods. I think this is all really sad and it touches me deeply.

This is a monument is just down the road from where Patty lives; it is dedicated to all of the miners who have been killed for just doing a day's work at the Senghenydd and other coal pits. The monument is black and is made from a kind of resin, although, it should have been made of coal; it has pictures of the mining community etchd out onto it.

Caerphilly's Famous Comedian

by aaaarrgh

Well, I had no idea until I went into Caerphilly Visitor Centre that Tommy Cooper came from the town.

www.100welshheroes.com/tommycooper

Tommy Cooper was a very popular British comedian and magician, famous for wearing a red fez hat. His catch phrase was "just like that". He died ...erm ... during a live performance on television in 1984.

Cooper was born in Caerphilly in 1922. Now the town want to erect a statue of him using a local artist, James Done.

The town are raising money to pay for the statue by selling metal badges of a red fez. When I visited, they were on sale for £1 each in the Visitor Centre.

Caerphilly Visitor's Centre

by M0B1US

The attractive visitor's centre is prominently situated outside the front of the castle and has the usual information for the town, and also sells a number of local produce items - including Caerphilly Cheese! :-)

Check out the informative Visit Caerphilly website for more background about this interesting historical town...

Caerphilly Visitor Centre, Lower Twyn Square, Caerphilly CF83 1JL

Tel: 029 2088 0011

Email tic@caerphilly.gov.uk.

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