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All reviews well worth a visit regimental chapel beautiful building interesting features town centre tea room interesting place stained glass lovely grounds old church benedictine priory side chapels free entry great cafe coffee shop local history on duty
Popped in on a rainy blustery day. Just a short walk from Castle hotel where we staying. Superb architecture and stained windows. Hanging crucifix made from wood found on Rhosilli beach. Lit some candles and enjoyed the simple tranquility
I was expecting this small cathedral to feel small and cramped inside, but this was simply not the case! It seemed huge! Beautiful floor, stunning ceiling! Fantastic commemoration of the South Wales Borderers. Very decorative slate memorial slabs. Informative explanations about the stonemason's marks seen...More
Small cathedral with all the peace and charm associated therewith. No spectacular architecture but handsomely built and with memorials for the border regiments, particularly of the Boer War. Very interesting and also with a good café in the precinct
We were staying nearby and visited the cathedral as the sun rose over the beautiful Brecon countryside to clear the morning mist. Brecon Cathedral is perhaps one of the least-known and less dramatic cathedrals in Britain, but within its grey stone walls is a great...More
I really enjoyed this cathedral. It is picturesque with beautiful trees all around the grounds. There are wonderful stained glass inside the church which is a totally new color scheme for many of the other churches I have visited. The color is more muted than...More
Such a great example of an old cathedral. The children especially enjoyed the Regimental Chapel so much so that we then visited the army museum on the other side of Brecon. Highly recommended beautifully maintained and presented edifice .
Such a lovely cathedral . Beautiful wooden ceilings and many memorial plaques to Welsh soldiers, including Major Bromhead and Sergeant Hook who were both awarded the Victoria Cross for their gallantry at the defence of Rorke's Drift. In the film Zulu, Michael Caine was cast...More