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Situated in Llanwddyn, this spa hotel is 10.7 mi (17.3 km) from Llanfyllin Workhouse and within 25 miles (40 km) of Pistyll Rhaeadr and Gregynog Hall. Powis ...
There is a wide range of accommodation available in Welshpool, at prices to suit every budget. Whether you’re looking for a taste of luxury or something more modest to use as a base for exploring the area, you are sure to find something that suits.
You can choose between elegant hotels, guesthouses, B&Bs, traditional inns and self-catering cottages, and between staying in the heart of town or further afield in the rolling hills of the scenic countryside around Welshpool.
Most of the shops in Welshpool are clustered around the compact town centre between Brook Street to the north, High Street and Broad Street to the south, Jehu Street to the west and Church Street to the east. If you book accommodation in or near this area you will be perfectly placed to wander around the quaint and unique shops that Welshpool has to offer, and to explore its many restaurants, cafes and pubs.
There are a few luxury hotels set in delightful country houses within beautiful gardens in the area around Welshpool, where you can put your feet up and let yourself be pampered while enjoying every creature comfort you can think of. With upmarket restaurants, spa facilities and more, these hotels offer a flavour of old world opulence.
There are plenty of self-catering cottages available to rent in the area around Welshpool, at a broad range of prices. They can be ideal places to stay for families or those who simply prefer the independence and freedom that self-catering can allow.
There is plenty to see and do in and around Welshpool at any time of the year, but the town hosts a number of annual events and festivals that you may wish your visit to coincide with.
The Welshpool Carnival is held on the spring bank holiday in May and features a procession of floats that makes its way around the streets of the town, a number of food stalls and a varied programme of family entertainment.
Why not put on your Stetson and mosey on down to the Welshpool Country Music Festival in July? This popular and long-running event is held in the grounds of Powis Castle and offers a weekend of country music and cowboy-themed stalls.
The Welshpool Winter Fair is held in the town centre in December, with a Christmas street market, craft stalls at the town hall, community stalls, street entertainment, a nativity scene and more. The night before the festival sees the town gathering for the switching on of the Christmas lights.
You are spoilt for choice when it comes to accommodation in Welshpool, but whatever you decide, you are guaranteed a warm Welsh welcome.