This apparently coffin shaped corridor is hewn from the rock on top of which Carreg Cennen Castle stands on the edge of the Brecon Beacons in Carmarthenshire, South Wales. It leads down to a cave that must have provided either a fantastic fridge or an excellent dungeon for the occupants of the past.
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Carreg Cennen Castle is in the ideal location for a castle if the purpose is to provide a good view over the surrounding countryside.
This is part of the ruined walls of Carreg Cennen Castle in Carmarthenshire, South Wales. Photographically, less in the frame and a relatively short depth of field…
Looking across the landscape from Carreg Cennen Castle in South Wales shows one of two pairs of ancient burial mounds visible to the eye on a distant ridge of the Black Mountain.
This area on the edge of the Brecon Beacons is beautiful and has plenty of footpaths to walk, but as yet, I have not produced a StillWalks video here.