Ystradfellte lies in the Brecon Beacons National Park in Powys, South Wales. With a 16th Century church (Church of St Mary), a red telephone box, a pub (The New Inn), a Victorian lamp post, and a river running by, Ystradfellte is all that we could wish for in a typical Welsh village.
The village is popular with walkers and those who enjoy outdoor activities. It sits on the bank of the river Mellte, formed by the confluence of the rivers Llia and Dringarth, in an area known as “Waterfall Country.” The Mellte then flows on to Pontneddfechan, where it meets with the Nedd Fechan river and forms the river Neath. ....
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