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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Builth Wells
... Pertholey for more picture taking and sightseeing. Joanne was happy to ride along through the narrow lanes lined with tall green edges and stone walls. Very pretty scenery.
We then headed off to Cwmyoy and visited a church, graveyard and chatted with a local about some of the history of the place. The view from up there is amazing. We stopped for lunch at a small pub,or "free house" which had a lovely golden local ale, but ...
... around town. This is a good walking town. People are friendly, the scenery still beautiful, and Rhe managed to visit a few sites to document for his research at St Mary's Church.
In the afternoon we drove to small villages nearby: Llanddewi Rhydderch, Llanvetherine, Llanvapley, Grosmont, to name a few. A few ...
... above Henley for fun often doing 3 hour walks BEFORE breakfast. She joined us with all the gear, most notably her Nordic poles rather than just the basic walking poles favoured by Rob and me. My tired old feet and bones knew trouble when they saw it. Two Nurofen quickly swallowed and we were off! Sure enough, we were quickly climbing at a rate of knots, waterproof tops discarded as we were sweating more than it was raining! To be fair, the weather started to abate and though ...
... to Hay at a rate of knots. After 18 miles, Rob and I are normally far more sedate! I needed the beer when we reached the town. No sooner had we said goodbye to the team, found where we were staying than Susie and Stuart arrived. Susie and Stuart were very good friends with Emma Maltby, in whose memory the fund was established, so they have come to support. We had an enjoyable meal at a local tapas bar then crashed. All in all it was an unexpectedly eventful ...
... as impressive inside as it was outside. As usual, we had to push on, not least because we had our eye on a cup of coffee at the renowned Rocke Cafe in Abcott. Renowned because it is a throw back to the 1930's. It did not disappoint! We had planned to meet Trina and Al for a late lunch in Knighton, so again we had to push on. We were briefly distracted by another castle at Hopton Castle, followed by field ...