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Tel code: 01495 | code search
Postcode: NP12 | code search
Population: 15000
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Bryntirion Dental Surgery
"I was about to go on holiday and I had a slight chip in a false tooth and I was concerned it would break, so I called the dental technician ..." More

Sir Howey
"First visit today for coffee at 12 noon. impressed by surroundings and food prices. Called back at 1pm and had 2 meals for 6.49p and 2 teas for 1.98p Food excellent,service very ..." More

Rock Inn
"I grew up in and around Blackwood and The Rock has always been a favourite of mine (as well as incredibly local). The place has changed hands and look ..." More

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Blackwood is a small market town on the banks of the River Sirhowy, positioned in the Welsh Valleys in southern Wales, home to over fifteen thousand people. From it's humble beginnings of a cluster of cottages, and rambling farms it expanded with the help of the Colliery Master John Hodder Moggridge, whose innovative approach led to him building rows of houses, and cottages with a vision of a model village in the 19th Century. Today the town is a buzzing and thriving shopping destination with the added appeal of being surrounded by beautiful countryside that pleases the soul. With it's interesting mixture of buildings, wide High street where trams rattled through in times past, to the engineering wonder of the Chartist Bridge which graces the skyline, built in 2005 spans the River Sirhowy linking the town of Oakdale to Blackwood. At the entrance to the bridge the poignant figure stands commemorating the Chartist Movement which gathered in Blackwood in 1839 and marched en mass to Newport in their battle of The People's Charter, which demanded better living and working conditions, although many of the members were eventually transported to Tasmania for the part they played. Blackwood with it's intriguing past in Welsh history will satisfy today's explorer seeking something different.

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Bryntirion Dental Surgery
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Inn Castle
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Rock Inn
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Blackwood Comprehensive School
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Blackwood Primary School
Patchelll Davies Solicitors
Pengam Primary School


Gwyn George Partnership


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Blackwood Garden Centre Ltd
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Welsh Air Sports(Airsports)
South Wales 2000 Shooting Ground(Shooting)

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Llechwen Hall Hotel (2.80 miles)

Llechwen Hall Hotel

Step back in time to an age of elegance and charm complete with every modern convenience and picture-perfect views across the Welsh countryside. Set in 6 acres of grounds overlooking the valleys, this country house hotel ... More | visit website

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The Countryman Inn (2.98 miles)

The Countryman Inn

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A warm welcome awaits you at the Countryman, situated within Tri-Nant fishery and set in 45 acres of quiet secluded, spectacular countryside.
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Scotts Hotel (3.70 miles)

Scotts Hotel
A 12 bedroom hotel located in South Wales, near Cardiff. Comfortable accommodation which overlooks the beautiful welsh countryside, also ideal for meetings/conferences, function suite hire and has a public bar with entertainment each weekend (Karaoke/Singer) Scott's ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Llantrisant (4.55 miles)

Ideally located within easy reach of the M4, this hotel is 2 miles from Pontyclun train station and 15 miles from Cardiff International Airport. Our Llantrisant Premier Inn has everything you'd expect, incredibly comfy beds in ... More | visit website
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Travelodge Caerphilly (4.57 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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The Stables at Brook House (4.74 miles)

The Stables at Brook House
The Stables at Brook House is a holiday home with free WiFi throughout the property, located in Llantrisant. It provides free private parking. There is a dining area and a kitchen complete with an oven, a ... More | visit website
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Mountain View (4.95 miles)

Mountain View

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Perfectly positioned for visiting Cardiff, and commanding panoramic views of the famous Rhondda Valley, this spacious property offers an ideal base for enjoying all the outdoor pursuits ... More

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Premier Inn Caerphilly Corbetts Lane (5.07 miles)

Premier Inn Caerphilly Corbetts Lane
Ideally located within easy reach of the M4. Local attractions include historic Caerphilly castle, a cinema and Bowlplex. Conveniently located for Caerphilly train station. Our Caerphilly (Corbetts Lane) Premier Inn has everything you'd expect, incredibly comfy ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Caerphilly Crossways (5.68 miles)

Premier Inn Caerphilly Crossways
Ideally situated for both business and leisure guests. For business this hotel is near to Crossways business park. Local attractions include historic Caerphilly castle, St. Fagans and Castell Coch. For shops and local amenities Caerphilly ... More | visit website
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Miskin Manor Country House (6.33 miles)

Miskin Manor Country House

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Miskin Manor Country Hotel is a grade II listed building and situated in 22 acres of landscaped gardens.All 43 bedrooms are individually furnished and the majority of rooms have fabulous ... More

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