Historic Churches - Mid Wales and the Brecon Beacons

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Mid Wales is blessed with an extyremely large number of fascinating historic churches, many of them originating before AD 1000 and quite a few closely linked to early Welsh saints.










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Punchhouse
Monmouth, Gwent

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

The Punchhouse an 11 bedroomed en-suite hotel situated in the town centre of Monmouth Opposite the town hall. The Punchhouse is a 16th Century hotel which has retained all of its character and … more >>

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