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Guest House - Other - Bridgend

Asking Price: £415,000
Turnover:  £65,000
Location: Wales

The Guest House includes 8 guest bedrooms together with reasonable and flexible owners' accommodation. Began trading in circa 1980. The current owners acquired the business in 2006. ..

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Local information: Mid Glamorgan, Wales

Mid Glamorgan is a small county in southern Wales, and was formed in 1974 under the Local Government Act 1972. It consisted of part of the former administrative county of Glamorgan, and the county borough of Merthyr Tydfil, along with the parishes of Penderyn and Vaynor from Brecknockshire and the urban districts of Bedwas and Machen, Rhymney and part of Bedwellty, from Monmouthshire. The countyís administrative role was abolished in 1996 and it was split into the unitary authorities of Bridgend, Merthyr Tydfil, Rhondda Cynon Taff and part of Caerphilly.

The communities of Wick, St Brides Major, Ewenny became part of the Vale of Glamorgan county borough, with Pentyrch being added to the Cardiff unitary authority area. Because of this, they became part of the preserved county of South Glamorgan. In 2003 the ceremonial borders were further adjusted, placing the entire of Caerphilly county borough in the ceremonial Gwent.