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Lovely place to have a walk along the canal and enjoy the sites and the weather. i could of done a trip along the canal in the boat but is was fully booked. nice and relaxing day out. recommended if you looking for some quite...More
Had the pleasure of visiting this attraction in Brecon whilst passing through and what a pleasure it was.
With a drink from The Waterside Bar and three gents playing guitar and what looked like a cricket bat with strings (cello) it was idyllic.
We went one afternoon on a canal trip with Dragonfly cruises situated in Brecon. The trip was well organised with commentary. If wished you could book a cream tea with sandwiches and cakes. We did not know this but it looked very tempting. It was...More
Starting at the Canal basin at Brecon, where there's a car park and a tea room, you can walk exactly two miles to the first lock. The walk is along well maintained paths, with ever changing landscapes. Well worth going out. The tea room at...More
If you're in Brecon town and have a bit of time it's worth visiting the canal basin and have a walk along the tow path (or cycle along it or the Taff Trail that runs parallel) . Pop into the cafe at the Theatr that...More
Visited with our 9 yr old grandson on a lovely sunny Saturday afternoon, is an area of Brecon which we`d never ventured too before (but will definitely return) and maybe catch a trip on the canal boat ?
We walked along the towpath from the...More
As part of an outing with a couple of pensioners and my family, the quest is to do things we'd never done before. Sunday weather was pretty good so we went off to Brecon for lunch and a boat trip with Dragonfly boats - me...More
My husband and my self visited the Brecon Basin Canals last weekend, it was a lovely day just right for a small walk, but due to the fact that once you go past the 1st bridge there was no seating to be found so our...More