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The Coed y Mwstwr Hotel is a charming Victorian mansion set in Bridgend in a leafy, wooded hillside with far-reaching views across the verdant rolling pastures of the Vale of Glamorgan and beyond to the north Devon coast. It began life in 1888 as a bustling family home to liberal MP Arthur John WiIliams and his wife, Rose.

Today, we offer a tranquil respite from busy life. Step inside and a warm Welsh welcome awaits, with relaxed, contemporary interiors and sometimes, the odd dog or two.

Our name means ‘whispering trees’ – and awakening with the gentle sounds of the forest offers an enchanting start to the day. The wood itself features in Arthurian legend and a short wander is all you’ll need to feel the magic.

We’re in a great spot for exploring the town, country and coast – or you could just stay put and relax with a big fire, a few cocktails, imaginative modern Welsh cuisine, or an afternoon tea with friends at the Coed y Mwstwr Hotel in Bridgend.

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That’s right everyone, you read it correctly - we’re back (well partially anyway) ... and it feels like Christmas has come early 🤩

By appointment only, we are super excited to welcome all new faces for exclusive wedding venue viewing appointments from Monday 12th April 📆

Please get in touch with our events team on the below to book your appointment, a warm welcome awaits you at

The Coed-Y-Mwstwr Hotel ⤵️

📧: Events@coed-y-mwstwr.com

23.03.2021 ... A YEAR ON - A DAY TO REFLECT 🤍

Crying, laughing, smiling, anger, frustration, disappointment, devastation, loneliness, togetherness, love - just a few of the mixed emotions we have all felt throughout this last year.

2020 the year that was going to be ‘the one’ turned out to be ‘the one’ for all the wrong reasons. Families apart, weddings/events postponed, mothers giving birth alone and sadly the loss of loved ones to name just a few.

We came out and clapped at 8pm, communities/neighbours came together to check in on others, fund raisers and donations were created to help our NHS, our families took to FaceTime/Skype/Zoom for virtual hugs (and quizzes 😂) but most importantly we stayed home to save lives. We have sacrificed so much over the last year and there is no doubt that 2020 was the hardest to date but there is always a silver lining in every dark cloud.

The coronavirus curveball taught us to never take any moment for granted, tomorrow is never promised. It taught us to hug and love our loved ones harder than before, as you never know when you may see them again. It taught us to appreciate everything we have around us - including our beautiful surroundings in nature but most importantly it taught us the real meaning of living and to never cease any given opportunity

.... And whilst the COVID-19 tunnel seems never ending the light at the end is slowly shinning and we can almost taste reality however, when reality does (and it will) resume remember all the above that 2020 taught us.

We take this opportunity to reflect and thank you all for your continued support through what has been one of our hardest years to date, through ever changing guidelines, local lockdowns, restrictions and national lockdowns you have always gotten us through and for that we will always be grateful.

It goes without saying our thoughts go out to all those who have lost loved ones during this time, those bringing life into the world alone and those who are just trying to get by.

“Every storm in life, is followed by a rainbow” and we believe that our rainbow will be full of colour, love and laughter 🤍

Here’s to a promising 2021 🌟
All our Love

Bore da March 🌼

Let the nights get lighter, the sun shines for longer and the light at the end of this tunnel get brighter ✨

Dydd Gŵyl Dewi Hapus from all of us here at Team Coed (and Poppy our GM’s furry friend) 🐾. We must say Pops, your modelling with the Daffodils is ‘Pawsome’ 🐶

We do hope you and your families are keeping well, staying safe & remaining positive. It may feel like we’ve disappeared but we promise we haven’t .. our teams (when not busy behind the scenes) are always available (even if just for a catch up.. as we do miss you all!)

Have a lovely day everyone, sending all our love.

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Anybody else find themselves saying this every.single.week 🤦🏼‍♀️

It goes without saying that this lockdown is definitely far harder than the others, but we can only hope this is going to be the last one we experience 🤞🏽 (Fingers & Toes crossed)

We are missing every single one of you and cannot wait to welcome you all back as soon as we are able to do so.

Our teams remain working remotely from home at the moment, therefore if you have any questions or simply want to check in for a catch-up or a chat our inbox’s are always open ❤️

Sending everyone a big Coed Virtual hug whilst we can’t see you all in person.

All our love

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