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Situated in Llandrindod Wells, this bed & breakfast is within 12 miles (20 km) of Elan Valley, Gigrin Farm Red Kite Feeding Centre and Rhayader Museum and Gallery. ...
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Located in a rural location, this family-friendly holiday home is within 9 mi (15 km) of Rhayader Museum and Gallery, Gigrin Farm Red Kite Feeding Centre and ...
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The 19th Century spa town of Llandrindod Wells in mid-Wales is as secluded as you could possibly hope for. With around 5,000 residents, the town is large enough to be interesting, but small enough to remain relaxing. Oozing with character, Llandrinod Wells is jam-packed with beautiful Victorian and Edwardian townhouses.
If you’re looking for a place to stay in Llandrindod Wells, you’ll find this town knows how to offer accommodation. It is host to just a handful of hotels, but you’ll find a charming array of bed and breakfasts in the centre as well as some backpackers’ hostels.
Llandrindod Wells’ small number of hotels are all centrally located close to Temple Street, near Llandrindod Station and the A483 road. Being an old spa town, the hotels here are largely housed in 19th Century buildings that drip with old world splendour. For a truly atmospheric stay, treat yourself to luxuriant comforts with a 4 star country hotel in the heart of Powys, complete with great food, thermal spas and breathtaking country views.
Since Llandrindod Wells only has a small selection of hotels, perhaps consider a bed and breakfast. The locals really pull out all the stops and many of the bed and breakfasts here are four star-approved by the Welsh Tourist Board. Enjoy a spacious room in an exclusive bed and breakfast close to idyllic Llandrindod Lake Park. If you’re here for an active getaway (perhaps mountain biking in the countryside?) why not head to a bed and breakfast beside one of this region’s many rivers? Some of the B&Bs on the outskirts are a little more rustic, but they are no less homely for it.
For a really affordable stay, head a little further afield still and you’ll find a couple of clean and comfortable backpackers’ hostels, situated right in the unspoiled Powys countryside. The hostels here are surprisingly comfortable, with en suite bathrooms and fully equipped kitchens and washing facilities. A youth hostel in Llandrindod Wells makes a great alternative to a bed and breakfast if you’re looking to save a little money.
Wherever you’re staying, you’ll never be too far from the centre of Llandrindod Wells. Explore the town’s eclectic architecture, from Edwardian and Victorian townhouses to art deco buildings. The town also hosts a weekly market, so if you’re staying in self-catering accommodation in Llandrindod Wells, you could pick up some delicious local produce and whip up a feast. Book accommodation early if you’re planning to visit one of the town’s many annual festivals, such as the Llandrindod Wells Victorian Festival, which is sure to get you into the town’s heritage spirit.
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