Tower Hotel

Address: The Square, Talgarth, Powys, Wales, LD3 0BW, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on The Square, Talgarth, is near The Warren.
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    Travel Blogs from Talgarth

    South Wales - and some Rugby history

    A travel blog entry by 2dogs on Oct 12, 2015

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    ... s Mum lived. We spoke to a couple of people in the street and it's wonderful to hear the lilting accents spoken in this part of the country. All their sentences end on a high note !! Back on the road to Abergavenny again; and we know the weather is going to be fine. It's been more like our Autumn here rather than chilly Welsh or English weather.
    We climb up into the Highlands and past the old gravel and slag heaps which are another blight on the landscape. ...

    Birthday boy!!

    A travel blog entry by worldlookout on Oct 12, 2015

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    ... the restaurant we had a wonderful surprise of seeing Aarons mum and dad. The usually banter between the family started but it wasn't towards the end of the evening when the alcohol had been flowing that the night got very entertaining. The restaurant had a power cut, so it was touch and go if we could pay and people had to go to the toilet by candle light. But finally we paid and the gang had to leave. the ...


    A travel blog entry by worldlookout on Sep 26, 2015

    33 photos

    Our adventure starts here.
    Aaron and I got married.We both had the best evening ever.
    The night before a few of the bride's side met at the Indian, causing carnage with the amount of drinks being ordered and our endless addition to the food order. Not to mention adding extra tables so we ended up taking up the whole of the restaurant. which lead to the bride hitting her head repeatedly on the light. ...


    A travel blog entry by pennydeakin on Jul 11, 2015

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    ... as Scowles. Over millions of years the natural cave systems in the area have eroded and become exposed at the surface. The natural erosion exposed the veins of Iron ore which are common in this area, these were then mined by Iron Age settlers through to Roman times. The Roman connection to Puzzlewood is supported by the discovery of 3000 roman coins hidden in 3 earthenware jars discovered by men working in the wood during the 1800's. The way ...

    Day 28 Newport

    A travel blog entry by gregvanbeek on Sep 20, 2014

    Pretty quiet day today. Imogen worked from home so just chilled there for the day and did SFA. Went out for dinner in Cardiff with Imogen's parents and had a good meal and a couple of drinks. Pretty quiet one though. Topped off by the train being delayed due to a jumper and didn't get home til 1am which made us pretty grumpy. But in perspective, we weren't the family of the bloke that jumped in front of a train.. Naples ...