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Brecon Cathedral, Brecon
(4.5/5 based on 260+ reviews on the web)
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  • Fined £100 for using the car park for 30mins while I had a lunch at "Pilgrims Tea rooms" First time ever had to pay to use a restaurant car park. Is there any other restaurant in Brecon that charges t...  more »
  • A small but beautifully proportioned church from the Norman era [11th century] that survived the destruction of monasteries brought about by King Henry VIII - the open knave and the beautiful stonewor...  more »
  • beautiful cathedral and lovely tea room but when we didnt realise you had to pay for disabled parking we were issued with an exorbitant fine! truly disgusting as the car park was all but empty at the ...  more »
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  • Stunning building and great example of Norman and Early English architecture.
  • Visited Saturday 4th April 2015. Beautiful buildings, some currently undergoing building works. The cathedral was very peaceful.
  • Visited the Cathedral for the first time recently, I attended the lunchtime recital and thoroughly enjoyed my visit. What a beautiful building. Very friendly and helpful volunteers. The Cathedral is set in lovely grounds. Had lunch in Pilgrims cafe, which was delicious! Would recommend a visit when in Brecon.
  • One of the staff made me feel dejected by a very unpleasant incident last Sunday. I was visiting with some friends and decided to go to the 'Jazz Festival Service'. Upon arrival, we were given pamphlets with hymns by a lady. I said 'We' but probably not. 3 of my friends infront of me were handed one (they are Europeans), but when it was my turn, the lady turn her back to me. Yes, I am an Asian Chinese, does that make me any different? I am utterly speechless by her behaviour which obviously display racism. Mind you, this is not my first encounter with people here.. but in a church? Where everyone is suppose to be equal? (or am I wrong?)
  • Well worth a visit