Llangynidr is a small village on the picturesque River Usk, about four miles from Crickhowell and nine miles from Brecon. As well as the Usk, the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal flows through the village, making it a haven for both wildlife and wildlife lovers alike.
On one side, the village is accessed via one of the best examples of an early road bridge in Wales. Arching over the River Usk, the stone bridge dates back to 1700 and is a Grade 1 listed structure.
Did you know?
The remains of a medieval reeve’s (senior magistrate or estate manager) house have been discovered in the centre of Llangynidr