Things To Do

Find out about the amazing things to do in and around
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Aysgarth Holiday Accommodation

Quality Self Catering Holiday accommodation with off road parking and secure cycle storage in the centre of the town.

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Orchard Barn

Self Catering: Orchard Barn is a very comfortable holiday Barn which sleeps 4. It has 2 En-Suite bedrooms and an extra guest cloakroom.

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Greylands guest house is a Victorian property built in 1897 and arranged over 3 floors. The property has been a guest house for over 40 years and has 7 guest bedrooms ( 6 en-suite, 1 private bathroom).

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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 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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Barrs Country Park

Our holiday park within the grounds of an 18th Century Welsh Farm Cottage.

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Ty Gwyn Farm Holidays and Country Courses

Ty Gwyn Farm is only 2.5 miles from Llandrindod yet in the middle of glorious Mid Wales countryside with stunning views all around.

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Hall Farm Camp Site

Llandrindod Hall Camp Site is nestled on a working farm in beautiful surroundings and with spectacular views. The site is within walking distance of the Spa town Llandrindod Wells. Our camp site has electric hook ups, modern toilet and shower facil

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Maen Llwyd Holiday Cottage

Maen Llwyd is a 150sq m, beautiful spacious holiday cottage in an ideal central point for exploring the Wye and Elan Valleys with its cosy wood burner to return to after a day enjoying the delights of the area.

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Bryngwanoff Holiday Cottages

3 self-catering Cottages, situated 3 miles south of Llandrindod Wells just outside the small village of Howey.

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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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