Welcome to the Seabank Hotel

Your Hotel

The Seabank Hotel is one of Porthcawl’s most prominent buildings, situated on a headland, a short walk from the Grand Pavilion and John Street shops. There are spectacular views of the Bristol Channel and South Wales coast from the bar, restaurant and most bedrooms. Don’t forget to upgrade to a room with a view as you will not want to miss out on the delightful landscape on show. Porthcawl has several beaches and some lovely countryside walks to experience. There are plenty of top destinations in Porthcawl to discover such as the St.Fagan’s National History Museum and the famous Barry Island.

For our self drive guests, free hotel car parking is available to use.

  • We have several rooms with excellent sea views where you can sit by the window and enjoy the view
  • The hotel has a total of 91 bedrooms
  • All rooms have tea/coffee making facilities, hair dryer and Freeview TV with radio channels
  • All rooms have a telephone for internal communication
  • Ironing facilities are available from reception
  • Upgrade your room today to enjoy a spectacular seaview from the comfort of your own room
Dining and Entertainment
Dining and Entertainment
  • Attractive restaurant 
  • Large entertainment room with additional bar
  • Breakfast: Freshly cooked full Welsh Breakfast served at your table.  Take your pick from freshly cooked bacon, sausages, fluffy hash browns, eggs cooked just the way you like them and more. We also offer continental options, with fruit, cereals and yoghurt.
  • Dinner: Three course freshly cooked menu with vegetarian and vegan options served at your table, featuring many Welsh Classics and with tea and coffee to finish.
  • On arrival, you will be allocated a reserved time for the duration of your stay. If you wish to vary this time, please speak with your Restaurant team. Restaurant times may vary on departure and arrival days – full details available from Reception.
  • Special Diets: We can cater for most dietary requirements, please advise us when you book so we can ensure we can meet your needs.

Porthcawl is full of rich British history, home to the oldest maritime warehouse in Wales and the last coal and gas powered lighthouse in the country. By contrast, the Kenfig Nature Reserve can be found close by, a site of national importance.
Your Resort
Your Resort

Porthcawl lies on a beautiful stretch of coast with sandy beaches and rocky cliffs, yet is only a short drive from the fascinating cities of Cardiff and Swansea. It is famous for its many golf courses including the world famous Royal Porthcawl. A rocky promontory with spectacular sea views separates the golf course from the main part of the town including the harbour and the expansive sandy beach to the east behind which lies a fairground with a variety of rides and amusements. There is an attractive high street with numerous shops and the fascinating Grand Pavilion offers theatre and a pleasant bar. There is good bathing from several beaches and the Atlantic swell ensures there is often excellent surfing.


Porthcawl has several beaches and some lovely countryside walks. The town is well kept and there is a small harbour.


The town centre is just a short walk from the hotel and has a variety of attractive shops. Nearby Bridgend offers a wide selection of shops and a designer outlet shopping mall. The striking Grand Pavilion was originally designed as a Palm Court but today offers a wide variety of top class entertainment including theatre, comedy, variety and musicals.

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Where to find us

Seabank Hotel

Esplanade, Porthcawl, Mid Glamorgan, CF36 3LU

[email protected]

01656 782261

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