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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The Beaufort Arms

The Beaufort Arms
Raglan, Gwent

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

The Beaufort Arms is an award winning gracious old 16th Century coaching inn, run by young owners and their welcoming staff. Offering very good food, real ales, wines in a relaxed informal atmosphere combined with … more >>

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