Bryncoch is a suburb situated immediately north of Neath town centre.
Historically the village of Bryncoch was centred on Main Road and a few adjacent streets, but the village expanded considerably in the 1960s with the building of the Furzeland Drive and Elias Drive developments. The area is considered to be one of the most affluent parts of the county borough with beautiful countryside walks to Dyffryn Woods.
- Population – 7,547 (2001 Census)
- Distance to Town Centre (Neath) – 2.5 miles
- Distance to M4 – 4 miles
Local Primary Schools
- Bryncoch CIW Primary School
- Blaenhonddan Primary School
- Waunceirch Primary School
Local Secondary Schools
- Llangatwg Community School
- Dwr Y Felin Comprehensive School
256 – Pontardawe – Neath (Typical Timetable*)
* Timetable data from the Travel National Dataset. Timetables may vary according to dates
Places to Eat
The Dyffryn Arms
Here at the Dyffryn Arms we are pride ourselves on our friendly staff, relaxed atmosphere and freshly prepared British pub food and good quality ales, lagers, wines and other drinks. We are nestled in the Neath Valley countryside and aim to balance cosy old country pub style charm with clean, modern features and decorations.
The Bryncoch Inn
We pride ourselves on serving great quality food and drink, and we can promise great value… and of course, a generous serving of sizzle! So, whether you’re looking for somewhere to enjoy a meal with friends and family, watch the footy with a few mates over an iced cold beer or to enjoy your next celebration, you’ll find The Bryncoch Inn suits you.
The Glyn Clydach
Situated in an idyllic part of Neath on 15 acres of pristine grounds and stunning views over the surrounding countryside; The Glyn Clydach really is the perfect venue for all kinds of occasions. From a Sunday carvery lunch to your dream wedding in The Abbey Suite or to simply unwind with family and friends in our newly refurbished restaurant ‘The Loft’.