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The Great House Hotel is a beautiful grade II* listed building originating from around 1550 and is believed to have been a gift from HRH Queen Elizabeth 1 to the Earl of Leicester who used it as a hunting lodge. Located in the pretty conservation village of Laleston, it is just 10 minutes from the seaside town of Porthcawl and 25 minutes equidistant between Cardiff and Swansea.A unique blend of historic original features contribute to The Great House's mature, dignified character - the flagstone floors, oak beams, inglenook fireplaces, mullioned windows, stone archways and dovecote in the south wall combine with modern excellent facilities, services and friendliness. Our aim is to make your stay with us relaxing and enjoyable. We want you to unwind and to feel at home here, whether you choose to read a book or dine in at Restaurant Tommy Heaney our award winning restaurant, The Great House offers the perfect location to enjoy a memorable occasion.
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Visited there 5th October. There were 4 of us in a wedding party.
Thank you for making our afternoon special. The service was exceptional so was the food and the wine.
We also had some beautiful photos in your garden.
Thank you again to you...More
Our Annual Break was fantastic. We were welcomed warmly from the moment a toe went into the building until the heel of the shoe left! Charlotte seemed to run the Hotel single handed and always with a smile. The Chef surpassed him/her self and served...More
We stayed at the Great House as we had been told it had a good reputation. Well if it did, it was some time ago. The hotel itself looks very nice - refurbished old manor house type but the service was terrible. WiFi was offered...More
Called here yesterday afternoon for coffee. It was good coffee, beautifully served in the attractive garden, and reasonably priced. A place to linger. Car park at the side. Will be back. It would probably be worthwhile phoning ahead if one of your party has mobility...More
Every room are individual, no two rooms are alike. Hotel comment.
We stayed in one of the rooms in the courtyard, although pretty clean, could we suggest the following.
We believe the TV essential, for local weather and general news, unfortunately TV had no signal...More