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The Vale Resort
Hensol Park
Hensol
South Wales

CF72 8JY | View map

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The Vale Resort is located 15 minutes from the centre of Cardiff, set in 600 acres of outstanding countryside, largest spa in Wales, 3 time host to the Welsh PGA Professional Championships, Indoor Training Arena is the training base for The Welsh Rugby team, Football Association of Wales & Cardiff City FC. Every one of the Hotel's 143 guest rooms has been designed to maximise comfort and convenience, with most affording superb views over the golf course or surrounding countryside. All rooms have air-conditioning and luxurious en-suite facilities. Also available are a number of family rooms and rooms specially equipped for the disabled. Consideration has been given to today's business needs in all of our rooms, especially the suites which are designed to provide executive accommodation and facilities. There are 5 eating venues on site - providing everything from light meals and snacks, to fine dining and local produce slow cooked to perfection in a wood-burning oven.

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