I agree with you, Rhys (‘rwy’n yn yr Almaen o hyd - sut mae?!!). I have been there several times and I always like to go back. Once I took my friend Gudrun Bock from Leipzig who liked it there.
Castell y Bere
Llanfihangel y Pennant, Machynlleth, Powys
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There are no opening times as such, but according to the CADW website:
"Open sites are unstaffed and open to the public with no admission charge at all reasonable times, usually between 10.00 and 16.00 daily."
3 reviews of Castell y Bere in English
Just outside the small town of Abergonolwyn, a few miles beyond beautiful Tal y Llyn (lake at the south of Snowdonia National Park), lies Castell y Bere. Ruins of a castle built by the Welsh Prince, Llewellyn the Great, to protect the mountain pass it looks out west towards the sea, past impressive Bird Rock. The broken down castle is a lovely place to visit and take in the surrounds. Its life in the 1200s was short-lived, since the English eventually came and marauded, as they tended to do, but now it’s home to sheep and the occasional walker. Another little gem of the Welsh countryside that’s by far best to get to by bicycle.
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