The bustling town of Bridgend lies almost 18 miles from the capital city of Cardiff, and some 20 miles east of Swansea. Bridgend’s Loans at Home branch is located just outside of the town itself at Bridgend Business Centre, which lies to the east alongside the A473.
A bit about us
If you’re looking for a cash loan and you want it delivered to your doorstep, Loans at Home is for you. Every day we help customers access the money they need when they need it. We ask that you complete an online application and once approved we’ll contact you to arrange to visit you in the comfort of your own home. Our friendly agents will help advise you on the best cash loan to meet your unique needs.
There may be some variation of these opening times at individual branches.
Branch Opening Hours
Monday – Friday:
8am – 7pm
Give us a call
0800 011 4490
Our Customer Relationship phone line is open 24 hours a day.
Bridgend Business Centre,
Bridgend Industrial Estate,
How to find us
Your Loans at Home agent will come to your home weekly as part of our convenient service. On the rare occasion you may need to visit us in-branch, our location makes it easy to find us:
- Local parking. You’ll find several on-site parking spaces.
- Directions from Bridgend rail station. Bridgend rail station is around 2.4 miles from Bridgend Business Centre. Leave the station and head north-west before turning left onto Court Road. Take another left onto Nolton Street and turn right to stay on Nolton Street. Next, turn left onto Cowbridge Road/A473. Turn left onto York Road before continuing onto South Road. Head onto Gate Road, then turn right onto Kingway. Take a left towards Western Avenue, followed by another left onto Coity Crescent. Finally, turn right onto Bennett Street.
- Directions from Bridgend bus stops. There are a number of buses that run from Bridgend to Bridgend Business Centre. You can catch the number 62 or 65 from Station Hill, and the number 67A or 64 from Nolton Street.
- Other locations nearby. There is a neighbouring Loans at Home branch just up the coast from the Bridgend branch, at Neath.