The Maesllwch Arms Hotel

Herefordshire, Glasbury-on-Wye, Powys, Wales, HR3 5LH, United Kingdom | Hotel
 

Travel Blogs from Glasbury-on-Wye

Day 10 - 4 To Go!

A travel blog entry by ashbysontour

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... whilst searching for somewhere to have breakfast. As you may now be aware, I quite like a hearty breakfast before a ride and I'm not a great lover of porridge. So faced with the prospect of a bowl of Museli (Swiss for rabbit food) or Grenola (Swiss for rabbit food with bird food in it) I hurried towards the welcoming aroma of sausage meat and pastry. What a sight to behold. Tray after tray of little parcels of puff pastry, lovingly wrapped around succulent sausage ...

South Wales and Coal Mining

A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver

... husband is Welsh, the wife from Venezuela and their friends from Germany and Brazil have just had hot dogs and are getting ready for apple pie and ice cream. They are celebrating because their son was born in the US. They are a very well-travelled couple. He used to work for Reynolds Aluminum and they moved to a different country every few years. The conversation is lively and entertaining. What a lucky ...

Castle Ruins and the Wars of the Roses

A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver

... and Wales. In the 13th century Ludlow castle was owned by Richard III, then Duke of York. At that time (during the Wars of the Roses) it was the seat of Government for Wales and the Border Counties. He had the care of the two young sons of his brother King Edward IV at the castle. When Edward was killed, Richard had the two little boys brought to London. Edward V thought he was going to be crowned King. ...

Winding through Wales

A travel blog entry by kathmom

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... direction of everyone else waiting for the train, and set off down a narrow and winding country road. The biggest highways in the UK are one digit, like the M1. Then there are two digit M connectors, then some smaller three digit roads, and we were on a four digit Welsh road, paved but very narrow, determinedly trying to get back to a bigger road while staying alive.

We crested a few hills and were able to find where we were on the map, and continued ...

Narrow Boating - Brecon-Monmouth Canal, Wales

A travel blog entry by clive.atkinson

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... boats are narrow, they are quite long, enabling us to sleep, cook, shower etc.
We navigated 10 locks, 1 tunnel (400m long) and about 130 bridges. The bridges narrow where the boat goes under making it tricky to navigate a 50' boat that putts along at 3km/hr max, making life very relaxing.
Some photos don't do justice to the scenery and the wildlife! We even adopted a cat for an hour who, being very nosey, just walked on board as if she owned the ...

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This hotel, located on Herefordshire, Glasbury-on-Wye, is near The Warren and Castle Book Store.
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