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Llancaiach Fawr Manor: A Visitor’s Guide

Llancaiach Fawr Manor is a Tudor house which was built in the mid-16th century and is believed to be haunted!

26 Nov 2021

Blaenavon Ironworks: A Visitor’s Guide

Blaenavon Ironworks boasts a wealth of history and is extremely popular with guests staying at the Gliffaes Country House Hotel. Now one of the finest preserved 18th-century ironworks in the world, it was featured in the 2007 BBC reality TV series “Coal House” for its authentic look and feel.

26 Nov 2021

Big Pit National Coal Museum: A Visitor’s Guide

Since opening its doors in 1983, the Big Pit has become one of South Wales' most visited attractions. Telling the story of coal mining in Wales, former miners will greet you and take you 300ft underground to experience what life was like during the operational years of the Big Pit.

26 Nov 2021

Llanddeusant Red Kite Feeding Station: A Visitor’s Guide

Llanddeusant Red Kite Feeding Station has been pivotal in helping the red kite population of Wales recover. A wonderful experience with the kites fed daily

26 Nov 2021

A visitors guide to the National Botanic Garden of Wales

National Botanic Garden Of Wales: A Visitor’s Guide

Described as “a beautiful science laboratory”, the National Botanic Garden of Wales boasts a plethora of plants, numerous species of wildlife, a vast array of different trees and its own dedicated bird of prey centre.

27 Oct 2021

Visit Carreg Cennen Castle in South Wales

Carreg Cennen Castle And Farm: A Visitor’s Guide

Voted the most romantic ruin in Wales by readers of Countryfile magazine, Carreg Cennen Castle is a Grade I listed building that occupies a dominant position overlooking the River Cennen. Formerly under Royal ownership, this wonderful structure is now cared for by Cadw.

27 Oct 2021

A Visitor's Guide to Tintern Abbey in South Wales

Tintern Abbey: A Visitor’s Guide

A national icon, Tintern Abbey still stands proudly on the banks of the River Wye as it has for almost 900 years.

27 Oct 2021

Penderyn Whisky Stills at the Distillery in the Brecon Beacons

Penderyn Distillery: A Visitor’s Guide

Putting Welsh whisky back on the map after a 100 year absence, Penderyn Distillery has reignited a passion for distillation in Wales which dates back to the 4th century. Using only the purest water from the Brecon Beacons, they now produce some of the finest whisky in the world.

27 Oct 2021

A Visitor's Guide to The Royal Mint Experience attraction in South Wales

The Royal Mint Experience: A Visitor’s Guide

The Royal Mint dates back more than 1,100 years and produces all of the coins for the United Kingdom and for more than 60 other countries worldwide.
The Royal Mint Experience opened in 2016 and has become one of South Wales’ most popular attractions.

25 Oct 2021

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