Motorhome Hire Merthyr tydfil

The industrial town and county borough of Merthyr Tydfil rests within the historic county of Glamorgan. Both the town and county borough are simply called Merthyr. At one time Merthyr Tydfil was the largest town in Wales; however today the county is the fifth largest urban region by population. The city of Merthyr Tydfil rests at the hub of the county borough and comprises of both sides of the River Taff.

The town gets its name after a Welsh princess Tydfil, who died in the region during the 5th century. Migrating European settlers chose to settle in the area for years, and archaeological finds include pottery from the 1st- century CE and archaeological records commence from 100 BC with the Celtic settlers. The Welsh language developed from the Celtic language. Development during the 18th and 19th centuries were mainly due to the rise of numerous mining communities.

The county contains a wealth of history and culture. Victors may select from an extensive list of historical and outdoor attractions. The beautiful Cyfarthfa Park is a Grade II listed attraction that stretches over 65 hectares. Another striking Grade II listed building is Redhouse Cymru, which is an arts and creative industries hub located at the Old Town Hall. Outdoor activities include Bike Park Wales, multi-activity centre, Parkwood Outdoors Dolygaer and the stunning Parc Taf Bargoed Park.

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