The Three Cocks Hotel

Address: Three Cocks, Three Cocks, Powys, Wales, LD30SL, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Three Cocks, Three Cocks, is near The Warren and Castle Book Store.
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    Travel Blogs from Three Cocks

    Tintern - Wales

    A travel blog entry by cruise15 on Jul 09, 2015

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    Hi today another perfect day 20 degrees blue skies had breakfast at 8 yes late start for me but they serve breakfast here between 8-9.30. We set off for Wales. Wales is beautiful green pastures farming area lots of cattle and crops with the hedge fences. We went to Monmouth, Chepstow, through Forest of Dean where we looked over green valleys with meandering creek ...

    Symonds Yat

    A travel blog entry by cruise15 on Jul 07, 2015

    1 comment, 3 photos

    Hi today we are in Wales. Woke to overcast day quite cold breeze drove down to Symonds Yat we are staying at the Old Court Pub here for today and tomorrow. Have two apartments 2bedrooms large 4 poster bed, lounge room, kitchen with stove & washing machine, large bathroom 75 pound a nite its on the Wye River no shopping centre just caravan park amusement park and butterfly farm. On way drove to ...

    Ludlow, Hereford and Usk

    A travel blog entry by dakegro on Jul 05, 2015

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    Ludlow Hereford and Tintern Abbey

    First sorry for the delay in publishing this post, Internet was very slow at our hotel. Photos will be added later. Ok we started off the day with a short drive to Ludlow. This is a nice little town dating back to 1086 when Ludlow Castle was started. The town has over 450 listed buildings (historically listed) many of these are unusual box style and look like they ...

    Day to day life

    A travel blog entry by philji on Dec 17, 2014

    ... as we lived here for 3 months on our first visit. When we got there we found lots of muddy roads, lots of monkeys, lots of people and lots of pujas. Monkeys especially are at home here and it is often called the Monkey Temple. The day ended after dinner with a candlelit procession of the Stupa with a large group of Mahayana monks and nuns from Taiwan, dressed in their distinctive ochreand grey robes all holding candles and praying for world ...

    Out and about

    A travel blog entry by philji on Mar 20, 2014

    Tuesday. A day out today, took a taxi to Durbar Square in the morning to look around this ancient part of the city which is studded with temples and is a World Heritage Site. Beautiful area with temples built in the Newari style common to Nepal.Often built of wood in pagoda style. You have to pay to enter this area and ponce on are set upon by "tour guides",some official and some not. We managed to fight these off and settled for a casual ride around the area on a ...