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LHR to Brecon, Wales

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Question: How many days to travel from Heathrow to Brecon, Wales?

Background: We'd like to arrive in Brecon, Wales by 3pm on September 6th. We'll be flying into LHR, arriving 2pm and renting a car. So, to determine what day to fly into London (either the 3rd or 4th) we'd like suggestions on where to stop and what to see on our way west. My mom and I like gardens, stately homes, and countryside. Obviously our first night would be fairly close to LHR...

We spent 4 days in the Cotswolds a couple of years ago...

From the map I see: Cardiff, Tinturn Abbey, Forest of Dean, Bristol, Bath..? BTW, can anyone recommend an online map that shows Historical Homes/Castles/Places of Interest? The National Trust sight is overwhelming and Fodors has good info on areas, but I can't find maps...

Thanks.

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