A warm welcome awaits you at the Marllew Guest House
A superb Bed & Breakfast just a stone’s throw away from the Porthcawl seafront. As one of the town’s finest hotels, we are within walking distance of the Promenade, the Grand Pavilion, and the other attractions that make Porthcawl, Bridgend one of the best resorts of the South Wales coast. We look forward to welcoming you..
A superb Bed & Breakfast just a stone’s throw away from the Porthcawl seafront. We are within walking distance of the Promenade, the Grand Pavilion, and the other attractions. We look forward to welcoming you…
Welcome to Marllew Guest House
Marllew Guest House was built in 1912 and although completely modernised retains a traditional Edwardian charm. We offer bed and breakfast and are superbly located in the centre of Porthcawl a stone’s throw from the Promenade, the Grand Pavilion and the seafront. Within a short walk are Sandy Bay, Coney Beach Fairground and Rest Bay.
We are a short car journey from the towns of Port Talbot and Bridgend. We offer free, security-encrypted WI-FI to all of our guests, so you can keep in touch with your friends and family or simple ‘work from home’.
All our bedrooms are centrally heated, are well decorated and offer recently installed private ensuite facilities, Freeview Television, tea & coffee making facilities and hairdryers.
Prices from £30 per person.
Facilities and Features
- Free security-encrypted WI-FI for all guests
- Freeview Television in all guest rooms
- Many period features throughout the house
- All bedrooms with private ensuite bathrooms
- Tea and coffee facilities in all guest bedrooms
- Current fire certificate held, compliant with current regulations
- Food hygiene certificate held
- Guest Ironing facilities available
- ‘No smoking’ policy
- ‘No pets’ policy
The Marllew Guest House has six rooms to suit a wide range of requirements. We have a single room, three double rooms, a twin room and a family room. All bedrooms are individually furnished and tastefully decorated.
A short history of Porthcawl
Porthcawl’s construction as a town began in the early 19th Century, when it was decided to build a new harbour to service the expanding coal and iron industries of the South Wales Valleys.
The most influential family in the expansion of Porthcawl was the Brogdens from Sale, Manchester. John Brogden & Sons were involved in railway construction and iron ore mining. The company bought a major interest in Tondu Ironworks, and mined coal in the Ogmore Valley…
“Absolutely stellar B&B”
Nick B. London Stayed December 2014, travelled solo
“Lisa offers a lovely warm welcome”
Tony G stayed May 2019. Travelled as a couple
“The place is spotless. The breakfast is excellent”
Darren J. Stayed September 2018. Travelled as a couple
“Room was cosy and had everything we needed”
Jonny Burr. Stayed August 2018. Travelled as a couple.
“Rooms are immaculate and the seafront is a two minute walk”
Manager678. Stayed July 2018.