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Abercanaid Escorts

Abercanaid is a small village in the Welsh county borough of Merthyr Tydfil, Glamorgan, Wales, United Kingdom with a population of about 5,060. It is situated 2.5 miles south of Merthyr town centre and is west of Pentrebach, across the River Taff and north of Troedyrhiw. The Taff Trail also runs through the village, adjacent to the path of the disused Glamorganshire Canal, which was an important passage for the transport of iron and coal during the industrial boom in which the Valleys prospered. It forms part of three villages in the Plymouth Electoral Ward, along with Pentrebach and Troedyrhiw.

Places to Explore in Abercanaid

Take a leisurely steam ride along some of the most beautiful scenery which Merthyr has to offer, and enjoy a coffee or a meal in the tearoom at the Brecon Mountain Railway. A lot of the produce is locally sourced. Travel in one of the all-weather observation coaches behind a vintage steam locomotive through beautiful scenery into the Brecon Beacons National Park along the full length of the Taf Fechan Reservoir to Dol-y-Gaer on one of the most popular railways in Wales.

For a measure of the wealth that accumulated at the top of the industrial pile, check out this castle, built in 1824 by William Crawshay II, overlooking his ironworks. Set into the hillside across the river from the castle are the Cyfarthfa Blast Furnaces, all that remains of them. The house is now jam-packed with interesting stuff, from ancient Egyptian and Roman artefacts to Wedgwood porcelain to a George Best tie rack. The basement houses an excellent exhibition on Merthyr's gritty history.

From restaurants and cafés to delis and farmers markets, Wales is a place to delight your taste buds. Sweet or savoury, meat or vegetarian, Welsh food and drink has never been so diverse. With so much to choose from, the dilemma lies in deciding where, what and who to eat with!