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Pure indulgence at the opulent Court Colman Manor.

COURT Colman Manor, Bridgend, is an elegant Grade II-listed previously Georgian house built in 1776. Housed within it are the Grand Crystal Ballroom and the newlyrefurbished stunning Garden Room, both popular for weddings.

Court Colman is a mix of traditional and modern decors which blend together beautifully. Our "shabby chic", bright and colourful modern Breakfast Room nestles next to the traditionally furnished library, to offer a mixture of "old with new".

All of the 29 en-suite bedrooms offer everything required for a relaxed and comfortable stay. Every room is individually furnished, enabling you to choose a room suitable to your tastes.

There is a brightly coloured Moroccan Suite with sunken double Jacuzzi bath, and a regally furnished Venetian Suite offering period charm.

For pure indulgence you could stay in the sumptuous Honeymoon Suite featuring a double bath and double shower.

Many of the rooms look out onto beautiful views and countryside. With the homefrom-home environment of Court Colman Manor, we can guarantee your stay will leave you relaxed, revived and refreshed.

Although it appears to be in the middle of nowhere it is only a five-minute drive from the M4 corridor, within a 10-minute drive in all directions to a selection of sandy beaches and nature reserves, where the beautiful scenery can be appreciated. If city life is more to your taste, both Cardiff and Swansea are a mere 20-minute drive away.

Within the manor is the award-winning Bokhara Brasserie specialising in Indian cuisine. Delicious flavours with no additives or colourings to take away from the naturally blended mixes.

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Publication:Wales On Sunday (Cardiff, Wales)
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Date:May 28, 2017
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