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We are Rural Heritage Centre, situated alongside the Afon Lywd. Opened only a year ago, from children's activities to ghost tours we have something for all ages and tastes. Come and explore our innovative and interactive exhibitions, bringing you...more
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Llanyrafon Community Hall Llanfrechfa Way | Llanyrafon, Cwmbran NP44 8HT, Wales
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This is a beautiful place and have been many times but never with a wheelchair . My daughter broke her leg and has a Illizarov frame on so life is alittle more challenging now . We negotiated the kissing gate .
Then down the path...More
Visited for morning coffee. Fire burning in the cafe, lovely selection of cakes ( iced slice particularly).
Nice to wander round the manor, there are some interesting exhibits, and a very good second hand book stall. The grounds are extensive and very nice.
I visited with friends and whilst I like the idea of a community hub I'm not sure of the value as a 'tourist' destination. I truly wish them all the best as a hub but I think they may struggle as a destination to visit....More
Came here for lunch. Girl who served us was very friendly and very helpful. Food was very fresh, and very tasty. A little slow to arrive but only because it was cooked fresh. We explored the gardens as we were geocaching and there was one...More
My sister & I took my 2 year old here for a cute afternoon tea. Lovely building & surroundings with a park a short walk away. The cream tea was delicious and my daughter loved her cake. They had a small selection of toys to...More
After a lovely mornings walk around the boating lake at Llanyravon, we visited Llanyravon Manor and ordered 2 x coffees with milk and we sat outside to relax and enjoy the morning....when our coffees were brought to us they had not added the milk that...More
The Manor is a very interesting and historic venue with good grounds and a very good café. It hosts a monthly food and craft fair in the grounds with a wide variety of stalls. The Manor itself is free to enter and has a very...More