Caer Beris Manor Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... seeing this around the corner!! Amazing
Our hotel tonight was in a little ways outside Usk, Wales. Beautiful setting in the hills, with a little creek through the property, Dinner was Roast beef with Yorkshire Pudding and roasted veggies and fruit salad, The hotel was Ramada Cwrt Bleddyn Hotel and Spa.
Tommorow we are off on our way to Tenby with stops along the way at Caerphilly Castle and Castell ...
We have had wonderful weather, magnificent scenery and an abundance of wildlife. We have seen rabbits, plenty of different birds, a rat, a squirrel and even an otter. Apparently it is very rare to see an otter in the wild but on a canal boat trip today we managed to see one swim by. We are staying in another National Park in the Brecon Beacons. ...
... with Offa's Dyke which we had not seen for over 50 miles. Most of the day's walking was along the Dyke today and we were told by a walker going in the opposite direction that this section is thought to be the best of all the ODP sections. Shortly after 11 o'clock we were overtaken by Tony the man from Holland and then by another man from Cheltenham whom we had seen yesterday on the top of Hergest Ridge whilst we were looking for a sheltered spot ...
... off of waterproofs, a time consuming process. We made good progress and met the friendly Dutchman again who informed us his name was Tony. A coincidence as the only other Dutchman we know is called Tony. We reached Newchurch 6 miles from Hay by 11. St Mary's church at Newchurch is probably unique in that it has tea and coffee making facilities for tourists at the back of the church, all that is required is a donation to church ...
... and sometimes with gravel, sometimes maroon in colour. We headed North along the ridge, which is close to 2000 feet above sea level, for about 5 miles. At this point just as we left the ridge it began raining and got a lot colder. We had been lucky not to make this high level crossing in bad weather. In full battle dress we got off the mountain and stopped for lunch using a large stone for shelter from the elements. The road here is the only road to cross the Black Mountains ...