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I have always admired Jospeh Parry for his wonderful song Myfanwy which I absolutely cannot listen to enough, always wanted to visit the cottage so I have now seen it, in a terrace row of tiny 2 up 2 down cottages, no 4 Chapel Row,...More
Dr. Joseph Parry the musician and composer was born in one of the ironworkers cottages. The cottages,built in the 1820's,housed the skilled workers of the Cyfarthfa Ironworks.
Without giving too much away for those wishing to visit. The inside of Joseph Parry's cottage has furniture...More
To see this tiny house and realise it nurtured the great Joseph Parry - and a tune known not just in the UK but famously in the US. The remains of the large building at the end of the terrace is unexplained and the info...More
its not huge but very interesting Easy to get to but not lots of parking very close I would suggest parking on the small industrial site opposite Plenty there and its 2-5 minute walk. Chapel Row cottages have historical links to the former Cyfarthfa Ironworks...More
We have tried to visit Joseph Parry's birthplace several times, but it has been closed, so we're very pleased to be able to get inside! We parked on the grass verge just outside, and spent a pleasant half hour looking at the inside of the...More