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Well maintained and as can be seen in one of my photographs, the first two thirds of the ascent is an external staircase.
Once inside there are things to see and tucked away steep narrow stairs take you to the next level where a half...More
Driving out of Talgarth, we made a short visit to the Bronllys castle, located halfway from Talgarth to Bronllys.
Free to visit, with free parking across a busy road from the castle in a layby, the castle was well worth the visit and the kids...More
Bronllys Castle is free to enter. There is a large layby on the main road opposite which can fit in around 4-5 cars, so parking us relatively easy
The climb to the remaining keep is steep and the sturdy, well kept staircases and narrow. There...More
This was so hard to find and then difficult to park at too. It was worth the hunt through, we had driven past it without seeing it hidden behind trees. there is a small sign and two large marker stones either side of the road....More
Located on the main road from Bronllys to Talgarth, Bronllys Castle is in fact just the keep of the former castle. The original castle fell into disrepair in the 16th century.
It's a pleasant place to visit and worth a stop on your travels through...More
We were driving past the site and stopped cause I saw a sign for a castle. Free entry with parking in layby opposite. Not suitable for disabled as lots of steps. Good info board. Worth the climb to top as it was a clear day...More
Spent loads of time in and around Brecon and never heard of this place but it is worth a look. Great views from the top of the tower and well worth the steep climb. If you have an hour to spare this is worth a...More
This is a lovely castle, once you've found it. I can now see why they built it where they did. Once you get a great views from the top. On a beautiful day, you can always have a lovely picnic in the grounds. This castle...More