Canal Bank

Address: The Watton, Brecon, Powys, Wales, LD3 7HG, United Kingdom | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Brecon

Day 6 Hay on Wye to Kington 15 miles

A travel blog entry by nickandjo on Jun 06, 2015

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... fresh and starting to feel we were getting used to this process. Certainly we don't need to be worrying about 15 mile days. We have now completed 67 miles just 110 miles to go in another 9 days. Kington is home to the legend of Black Vaughan, the ghost of Thomas Vaughan. Thomas Vaughan lived on Hergest Ridge as do his descendants today. During the Wars of the Roses he switched form the Lancastrian to the Yorkist cause and died in ...

Day 5 Longtown to Hay on Wye 13 miles

A travel blog entry by nickandjo on Jun 05, 2015

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After a slightly disturbed night, due to a buzzing insect, other people's extractor fans and a squeaky bed we had an early breakfast at half past seven. The elements looked slightly less friendly than yesterday there was some threatening cloud in the sky and a coolness to the air. Last night we had made a significant detour form the route to reach Longtown and so this morning our job was to rejoin the route. Reversing yesterday's hair raising descent from the ridge was not a ...


A travel blog entry by chintz on Jun 01, 2015

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... accommodation. The curtains for the original kitchen have all been especially woven to fit with the era of the house. The garden, along with hosts and the sun shining made a beautiful setting for lunch.

On approaching Cardifff Castle, the rain was teeming. Luckily, the tour of the castle was all inside. The original part of the castle is over two thousand years old, but most has now been rebuilt. The rooms are ...

"There be Dragons…"

A travel blog entry by 2aussiesinavan on Jul 20, 2013

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... to suit the changing needs and to reflect the changing status of the Lords. By the mid 1600’s it had evolved into the most powerful and defendable castle in Britain.

It was the final 'bolt hole’ for Charles I and his supporters in their battle with the Puritans (Cromwell’s men). In 1646, after a siege of three months the Royalists were finally overrun ...

Brecon Beacons Day Walk

A travel blog entry by bewdley_m_c on Nov 25, 2012

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... the road in various places and we only just manage to get through the section between Newnham Bridge and Tenbury Wells! And by the time we get to Leominster, that bright start to the day is beginning to fade and there's an ominous bank of cloud out to the West ..... and when we arrive at Storey Arms, there's clag down on both sides of the road and a very obvious threat of rain in the very near future.

It's at this stage that the original plan of traversing Fan Fawr and doing a ...