Category Archives: towns and villages

Our Guide to Brecon

Known as one of the most historic locations in Wales, Brecon is home to a Cathedral, Theatre, museums, art galleries, and a historic Market hall holding monthly farmers, antiques and craft markets. Take a leisurely trip down the canal with … Continue reading

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Our Guide to Hay-On-Wye

Hay on Wye is uniquely positioned on the border of Wales and England and is home to around 30 bookshops. Home to the Hay Literary Festival, that brings around 80,000 writers publishers and literature fans from all across the world to this … Continue reading

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Our guide to Crickhowell

A pretty Georgian town with a High Street full of unique independent shops, Crickhowell is an ideal base for many to sample all the Brecon Beacons has to offer. There is a wide selection of places to eat from pubs, … Continue reading

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Our guide to Abergavenny

Together, our towns and villages reflect our history and heritage as a mining, quarrying and farming region and our role as custodians of a beautiful region of hills, valleys, lakes and waterways. Our towns and villages also offer great places to … Continue reading

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