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In pictures: Rhayader's pub crawl

The Black Lion in North Street

The Black Lion in North Street: an apt place to start our mammoth - but responsible - cyber pub crawl.

Brynafon Country House Hotel in South Street

Brynafon Country House Hotel in South Street - a glass of orange juice perhaps?

Eagles Inn in Church Street

The Eagles Inn in Church Street - time for a half pint of shandy.

Crown Inn in North Street

The Crown Inn in North Street - feeling peckish, let's have a packet of low-fat crisps.

The Royal Oak in East Street

The Royal Oak in East Street - this pub crawl is thirsty work, we'll have a lemonade and lime.

The Cornhill Inn in Church Street

The Cornhill Inn in Church Street - time to sit outside and admire the views.

The Bears Head in East Street

The Bears Head in East Street - another half pint of shandy anyone?

The Elan Hotel in East Street

The Elan Hotel in East Street - oh, go on then, a ginger ale would be nice.

The Castle, which is temporarily closed, is on the junction of North Street and East Street

The Castle on the junction of North Street and East Street is temporarily closed - we can give this one a miss.

The Lamb and Flag in North Street

The Lamb and Flag in North Street - time for some pork scratchings.

Lion Royal in East Street

The Lion Royal in East Street - feeling tired now. A strong coffee please!

The Triangle Inn in Cwmdauddwr

The Triangle Inn in Cwmdauddwr - our last stop. Do they have beds?




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