Villages & Resorts in Mid Glamorgan (Wales) Reviews
Newest Review: ... and Pontypridd. The next town you come to (via a slight detour - but worth the effort - is Tonypandy). Nestling in the depths of the valley, and again surrounded by breathtaking scenery, this little town is well worth a visit. From Tonypandy, go back on yourself a little and continue out of the valley, through Llwynypia, into Ystrad. This village is full of miners cottages - it's like going back in time. After Ystrad, the valley widens and you arrive in Treorchy, the next largest town after Porth. Treorchy boasts a good theatre and wide selection of pubs and cafes, together with a fine range of small but enticing shops. Up the val... more
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by - written on 03/11/05 (Useful, 104 readings)
Everyone visits Cardiff, but hardly anyone ventures into these "forgotton" valleys. If you don't, you are missing the absolute BEST that Wales has to offer. From Pontypridd, the town at the gateway of the Rhondda, you can go one or two ways. Follow the signposts through the picuresque village of Trehafod, into the bustling market town of Porth, which boasts excellent cafes, restaurants and shopping facilities, surrounded by breathtaking mountain scenery. Up the hill from Porth and you come into Trealaw. From the summit of the hill you can see down into Porth (famous for its Pop Factory theatre) and Pontypridd. The next town you come to (via a ... Read the complete review
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