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Near the village of Glasbury-on-Wye, Maesyronnen is an early nonconformist chapel and the only one which remains largely unchanged. Originally a longhouse - a farmhouse with attached barn - it was converted for its current purpose in the 1690s. A grant of £50,000 from CADW financed its most recent restoration. It re-opened in 2008 and United Reformed Church services are held here every Sunday. The small attached cottage is looked after by the Landmark Trust and is available for holiday lets.

Maesyronnen Chapel
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