Llantrisant is a busy, thriving town centre with plenty of community activities taking place throughout the year.

If you plan to visit Llantrisant for a day of shopping, a walk around the countryside and an evening meal with a few glasses of wine, then maybe the last thing you want to do is worry about how you’re getting home.

Fortunately, Llantrisant has two large hotels within a mile or so of the old town and we can recommend staying at either of them.

At the foot of the hill and adjacent to its own Beefeater Restaurant called The Longbow, stands a large Premier Inn. For details visit here - Premier Inn

If you’re looking for more of a stylish, romantic getaway then look no further than Miskin Manor, once the home of one of Llantrisant’s Freeman families, the Rhys-Williams.

With 43 individually styled bedrooms, the II listed, AA four star hotel, set in 25 acres of award winning grounds and incredibly manicured gardens is the perfect place to relax and unwind. For further details visit Miskin Manor 

Hilltop Venues

In recent years a number of accommodation facilities have become available in the old town itself, but remember that spaces are limited.

Llantrisant's historic Parish Offices have recently been transformed into two quality apartments. Based on a quiet street in the heart of the old town, it provides an excellent accommodation for your requirements. View further details here.


Bwthyn Bach is a lovely bolt-hole to stay in the historical town. It has recently been fully renovated to a high standard with wooden floors throughout, central heating and a modern comfortable interior. View further details here.

Also in the old town area is Bwthyn Yr Eglwys, or Church Cottage which is situated on Church Street. This is ideal accommodation for families who want to explore the wonderful South Wales attractions on offer. View further details here.

One of the popular public houses, The Cross Keys offers bed and breakfast and The Three Saints Hotel is situated near the Common and Royal Mint.