Places to Visit
There is much to see and do in and around the County Borough of Neath Port Talbot. The Vale of Neath is known for its abundance of spectacular waterfalls nestling beneath the Brecon Beacons National Park wich has become known as "Waterfall Country" affording the visitor a distinct vista with the ever changing seasons.
Take a quiet walk through the Vale of Neath Country Parks at Graig Gwladys, Gnoll Park or Eagles Bush Valley, where you can picnic while taking in some of the breathtaking views, or glide along the Neath Canal at Resolven and watch the scenery go floating by.
For the more energetic or sports minded, the area is blessed with a multitude of locations. Afan Forest Park known localy as "Little Switzerland" is renound for it's mountain biking facilities with specially designed trails, or if it is surfing you want Llangenith is one of the best beaches in the country for this activity.
Take a trip to the Mumbles a little Victorian village by the sea, or to the Gower Peninsular where you drive down leafy lanes and chance upon quaint villages, small sandy bays spectacular scenery and superb golden sands.
Visit Margam Country Park comprising of 850 acres of historic parkland. Children will adore the Fairytale Village, whilst adults enjoy the gothic castle, woodland walks, 18th century orangery and peaceful mountainous landscape.
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Tree Tops Guest House, 282 Neath Road, Briton Ferry, Neath, Nr. Swansea, South Wales, SA11 2SL