Road Closure

Monday 22nd July 2019 to 12th August 2019...

Please note that there will be major roadworks effecting routes to
De Courceys Manor from Monday 22nd July to Monday 12th August.


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Please note that there will be major roadworks effecting routes to De Courceys Manor from Monday 22nd July to Monday 12th August.

What is effected?

These road closures mean that you will have no access coming from the west (Swansea and Bridgend), so we advise not coming off at Junction 34 of the M4, but rather exit the M4 at Junction 32. Google maps advises that this journey is 4.7 miles in distance and should take 11 minutes from Junction 32 of the M4. However, we advise you allow an extra 20 minutes due to potential increased volume of traffic. 

Business as usual

Despite the road closure, it is business as usual at De Courceys Manor and access will continue to be maintained. Apologies for the inconvenience and please be assured this will not effect your day at De Courceys Manor. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us.

Written Directions

Exit the M4 at Junction 32 and head north for Merthyr on the A470.

Take the 1st exit from the A470 for the B4262 Sign Posted for Castell Coch and take the 1st exit off the following roundabout for the B4262.

Take the 2nd exit from the next roundabout on the Ty-Nant Road.

Take the 2nd exit (straight over) from the next roundabout and continue on the Ty-Nant Road past Pughes Garden Village.

Follow this road for approximately 2 miles, please beware the speed camera.

At the next roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the A4119, you should begin to see Road Ahead Closed signs, but don't worry.

At the next roundabout take the 1st exit and continue on the A4119/Llantrisant Road.

Continue along the A4119/Llantrisant Road for approximately 1.1 miles until you see signs for De Courcey's Manor on your right. Follow the signs from here, straight over the roundabout, and De Courceys Manor will be on your right.

 

Route Plan

 

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