Things To Do

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Herb Garden Community Cafe

Now a Community Benefit Society. Excellent teas, coffees and home-cooked food. Near the station. Opening hours 10:0 - 16:00 Monday - Saturday. Free Wi-fi, sofas, fully wheel-chair accessible. Specialising in vegan and vegetarian as well as meat.

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The Bell Country Inn

Family run 9 bedroom Inn, graded as a 4 star Inn by Visit Wales. Large open plan restaurant serving Lunches and Dinners. Traditional roast lunches served every Sunday.

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Llandrindod Conservative Club

Llandrindod Wells Conservative Club was founded over 100 years ago having recently celebrated it Centenary. We welcome new members and visitors who want to take advantage of our excellent facilities.

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Lion Hotel

The The Lion Hotel is a well-established, friendly country pub with bed and breakfast accommodation in Mid Wales. Janet and Ray Thomas have been proprietors of The Lion Hotel for 20 years, but the pub has been in the village of Llanbister, near Ll

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Portland House Tea Room/ Bed and Breakfast

Portland House is a family run business which has been awarded a four star rating by Visit Wales. On the ground floor is based our Victorian Tea Room serving Teas, Coffees, Cold drinks.

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Montpellier Hotel & Newton's Restaurant

Boutique hotel with a 30 seater restaurant, offering a good selection of homemade evening meals, open to residents and the general public.

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The Temple Bar

A stunning redbrick Victorian corner building is the location for a brand new town centre bar The Temple Bar - in Llandrindod Wells. Recently refurbished, re-named and under new management, 'The Temple Bar' is now open fo

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Llanerch Inn

Pub Food Bands on Saturday nights Rooms

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The wells at Llandrindod had been resorted to as early 1696, when the Vaughans of Herefordshire stayed for three weeks to take the waters.
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The Central Wales line from Knighton to Llandrindod Wells was opened in 1865 putting Llandrindod Wells in easy reach of the urban centres of the North West, the midlands and South Wales.
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The 'season' lasted from May to mid September. Outside the pump rooms at the Rock Park and the Pump House Hotel the visitors queued each morning to take the waters, entertained by music from the orchestras.
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