A warm welcome awaits you at Soar Chapel guest house in Ebbw Vale South Wales.
Soar Chapel began life in 1851 as a fellowship of Protestant Dissenters from the Church of England of the Denomination of the Baptist. It has since been lovingly restored by its current owners to a high standard of comfort and luxury.
This Welsh tourist board awarded four star guest house offers a range of rooms (including disabled access and a children’s cot if required) decorated to a fantastic standard, each with their own private and luxury bathroom and daily welcome tray offering; tea/coffee and freshly made Welsh cakes. There is also a separate guest lounge, breakfast/dinning room.
This warm, friendly guest house offers high quality, locally sourced Welsh food for the inclusive daily breakfast along with freshly prepared evening meals, on demand snacks and pack lunches which will leaves you ready for anything! Whether you choose to hold a meeting, seminar, conference or corporate entertainment, Soar Chapel offers a range of packages to suit your needs.
Flawless Beauty, is situated within the Chapel and offers a wide selection of pre-bookable treatments. Pamper packages are available on request and can be tailor made to suit the individual.
Within easy reach of a wide range of attractions and activities ensuring something for everyone including: The Garden Festival site is just over two miles away with outlet fashion shops such as Gap and Marks & Spencer, Restaurants and an Owl Sanctuary. This year saw the opening of the UK’s longest Super tubing run and children’s play castle, a must for children and adults alike.
Blaenavon World Heritage Site and Big Pit National Coal Museum is about fifteen minutes away and is open virtually all year round, where you can learn about the industrial heritage of the area and take a guided tour of a coal mine deep underground, a must do on any visit.
Blaenau Gwent lies on the fringe of the Brecon Beacons and at the Heads of the Valley region of Southern Wales. It is an area of startling contrasts from steeply wooded valleys in the south to open remote moorland in the north. This rich tapestry boasts a wealth of history from the Bronze Age, catching glimpses of medieval times and a profusion of industrial heritage sites that can be explored by foot, cycle, horseback or car.
You could visit Silent Valley Nature Reserve in Cwm, near Ebbw Vale and stroll through this natural beech woodland believed to be the highest in the United Kingdom. With so much history to discover in the area, a visit to Blaenau Gwent will not leave you disappointed.
For the chocaholics amongst you a visit to ‘Chocs Away’ in Blaenavon is a must. Chocolate workshops are held throughout the year and you get to take home what you have made! South Wales has so much to offer.