Motorhome Hire Caerphily

The County Borough of Caerphilly rests at the very heart of Wales. The county town of Caerphilly sits a mere 8 miles north of Cardiff. The slice west of the River Rhymney shapes part of the county of Glamorgan while the region to the east of the river falls under the historic county of Monmouthshire. The most significant towns in the county are Caerphilly, Ystrad Mynach, Blackwood, Risca and Newbridge. .

See the remains of an Iron Age fort and a medieval fortification in Risca. Once a medieval kingdom, the Romans erected a fortress to the south of the current town of Caerphilly. The Romans also established a command garrison to the west of the Rhymney valley. During the year of 1268, lord of Glamorgan, Gilbert de Clare began construction on the Caerphilly Castle however by 1270, the last Welsh prince of Wales Llywelyn ap Gruffudd demolished the fort. .

Today the county boasts of a distinctive history and heritage. The County Borough of Caerphilly is known for its abundance of areas of outstanding beauty, a wealth of sporting events and the thriving local art scene. Caerphilly town is a famed shopping destination, and the enclosing regions serve as a base for employees who need to travel to Cardiff.

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