After such a hard day the night in Montgomery was very well received. We were taken back to the Brompton crossroads in the morning and a very easy 6 miles ensued. Views of the ruined Montgomery castle were a feature of those miles along without Sam moaning about the climbs. Unfortunately all good things come to an end and shortly we started to climb. Yes Sam started to complain again! We peaked at a very old hill top fort and then started the descent to Welshpool. We stayed that night at the Moors Farm B&B which was once the principle farm to. Powys castle. We were greated with cake, cheese and tea on arrival and then led to some of the nicest rooms of the walk. Our land lady then dropped us off in Wellshpool so that we could find tea. We had a quick drink in one of the recommended pubs and proceeded up the high street. We found a smart looking pub with a hygiene rating of 1 so gave it a miss. It was in fact a slightly dodgy locking Chinese restaurant that gave us a 5 star rated supper. Rather than call out our host we called in at the local taxi rank office. We opened the door and the cigarette smoke just poured out. How they could breath in that office was beyond our comprehension.