Treorchy is a quaint village and community in the southern Welsh county of Rhondda, close to regional hubs Port Talbot and Swansea.
Rhondda Heritage Park is a popular attraction near Treorchy that recreates the living and working conditions of Welsh miners at the turn of the twentieth century. Locals in the town are extremely proud of this cultural and historical attraction.
Close to Treorchy, Caerphilly Castle is a stunning, imposing fortification built by Gilbert de Clare in the 13th century as part of his campaign to conquer Glamorgan. Including a gatehouse, fortified dam and a moat, the castle’s iconic tower was once bombed by Oliver Cromwell.
Nearby, Fforest Fawr is a series of scenic woodlands within a national park that includes walking paths, archeological sites and more.
Throughout the area, from Pentre to Ynyswen, Floom’s Treorchy flower delivery covers the entire village.