Golfa Hall Hotel

Address: Lanfair Road, Golfa, Powys, Wales, SY21 9AF, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Lanfair Road, Golfa, is near Glansevern Hall and Gardens.
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Travel Blogs from Golfa

Day 8 Knighton to Cwm 14 miles

A travel blog entry by nickandjo on Jun 08, 2015

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... Also of note we crossed the oldest road in Wales, the Kerry Ridgeway today. One of our climbs today was almost to the summit of Llanfair Hill, 432 metres the highest part of Offa's Dyke, it was not however all downhill from that point. Weariness and aching legs took over and we were not able to fulfil the 3/4 rule today stopping for lunch after just 10 miles. Jo had another sleep in the sun and Nick counted the remaining contour lines to be crossed. Having a ...

The Knitting Journey - Shropshire to Africa

A travel blog entry by karoleanne on May 20, 2015

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COVERAGE CARE

LAUNCHES

'KNIT A SQUARE FOR MALAWI'



On the 1st June 2014, Coverage Care launched their ‘Knit a Square for Malawi’ project.

There are more than 1.9 million orphaned and vulnerable children living in Malawi, many of whom live on mud floors in the open air. ...

Another day another castle

A travel blog entry by blain_holidays on May 05, 2015

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... took us for a short walk through a neighbouring field, mud and sheep poo to a timber railway bridge where the cache was located in a metal ammunition tin buried under rocks.

We were quite pleased with our two quick finds and ready to find some more, so we set off to Craven Arms and found four more this afternoon. They ranged from being hidden in bushes on the side of the road, including one which Nathan found from the car as he ...

Off to the Fair

A travel blog entry by blain_holidays on May 01, 2015

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... impressed us with his aim, not missing any of the targets! It was interesting to see the ride operators were very well presented with some wearing ties and very friendly to talk to. All the rides were very reasonably priced at a maximum of 2.50 pounds, where as at home the average price is about $6-7+ for the fast rides.

The fair was an unexpected surprise and we all had fun attending a country ...

Breaking the Code at Bletchley + Our Journey North

A travel blog entry by rakeshapeksha on Apr 13, 2015

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... the iconic WWII codebreaking huts and blocks, heard stories from those working at Bletchley Park and saw how the incredible machines created, helped shorten the war by two years!

Brief History:
During the war, Hitler used a device called the Enigma to encode all of the Nazi message and communication. He was so confident that the code couldn’t be broken that he sent messages out over lines which were not ...