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Brecon is a small market town in Mid Wales. Three rivers – the Usk, the Honddu and the Tarell – run through the town and as Brecon is situated within the Brecon Beacons National Park, just a short distance north of the Beacons themselves, is a particularly beautiful place to live. There are many enjoyable walking and hiking trails around Brecon, allowing the adventurous to explore the surrounding scenic countryside. Places of particular interest along popular routes include Afon Hepste, a large waterfall, and the Pen Y Fan, the highest peak in the Brecon Beacons which offers spectacular views to walkers who brave the climb.
Brecon also has a great deal to offer for those who prefer to remain at sea level. The town is home to the grade I listed Brecon Cathedral, which is said to have been built around the turn of the twelfth century. The cathedral is a stunning example of Norman architecture and is surrounded by lovely grounds that make for an enjoyable place to walk. Brecon evidently has a lot to offer, making it a desirable place to live. At reallymoving.com, our users agree and in the last 12 months, we have helped 35 people and families relocate to the town.
To help with your move, reallymoving.com partners with several regulated and professional removal firms whom you can compare removal quotes with on our website. This will help you get the best value for money when making your move to Brecon. What’s more, as our removal partners are all rated by other reallymoving.com users, you can be sure that they will provide a fast, competent and reliable service.
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