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Portobello House (also known formerly as Portobello Hotel) is a house on the bank of the River Ogmore, near the estuary at Ogmore-by-Sea, western Vale of Glamorgan, southeast Wales, on the country border with Bridgend County Borough. It is accessed off the B4524 road.
It was formerly the Portobello Hotel, run by the Prosser family and was used as a social club at the weekends for shooters on Sundays after practicing at the Glamorgan Artillery, nearby. In its heyday, the owner would also take guests out onto the river on a boat from the house.
It has been owned for decades by Dawn Clarenda Mary Llewellyn, a former medical professional.
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