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Glen Usk Hotel
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"Good Points: Very friendly reception, pleasant staff Bad Points: No telephone number on website General review: Excellent value for money

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"Good Points: All the staff are really helpful and very accommodating, providing excellent customer service. Bad Points: The hotel could do with a face-lift - the floors are very creaky and ..." More

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Llandrindod Wells did not really exist much before the 13th century although the Romans were aware of the beneficial effects of the local spring water and today just outside the town is Castell Collen, the remains of a Roman settlement. By the 13th century the houses scattered around benefited from the building of the Llanerch Inn and two churches, both of which are still in use today. One of the churches is to be found in a local beauty spot known as “Shaky Bridge”, for obvious reasons, and which is also the entrance to Radnorshire Wildlife Trust’s woodland nature reserve at Bailey Einon, It was the coming of the railways in the Victorian era that saw Llandrindod Wells become more popular when it grew at a phenomenal rate as “taking the waters” was the fashionable thing to do. In 1870 the park was created with its picturesque lake and around 1880 Radnorshire County Council established its offices here. Building was being undertaken at a phenomenal rate, new treatment centres, a golf course, hotels indeed everything to ensure the success of the town. Such was the popularity and importance of the town that visitors cannot fail to note the Automobile Palace – built in 1913 by Tom Norton for his expanding motor business today the building is a Grade II Listed building and home to the National Cycle Museum. Today Llandrindod Wells is very much at the centre of the local tourist industry, it has its annual Victorian Festival in August, this year, will see the return of the Lombard Rally for four days in November, the Royal Welsh Show is held close by in July each year in Llanelwedd just south of Llandrindod Wells, as well as being a base for those who wish to tour this part of Wales by car or by using The Heart of Wales Railway


Haydn Lewis
Moore Scott & Co


National Cycle Collection
Radnorshire Museum
Rock Park


Dalmore Camping & Caravanning Park
Disserth Caravan & Camping Park


Dance - Modern School Of Dancing

Conference Centre

The Pavilion


Brook View
Dan Y Deri
Ithon Bank
Lane Cottage
Woodside Lodge


Powys County Council


Craig Road Dental Practice
Dental Surgery
The Dental Surgery


Llandrindod Wells Medical Centre
Morris & Bates

Estate Agent

Morgan & Co
Russell Baldwin & Bright

Golf Club

Llandrindod Wells

Holiday Park

Heartsease Lodges
Mill Meadow Lodges


Bell Country Inn


Llandrindod Wells Market

Performing Arts

Powys Dance Centre

Pub and Bar

Frankies Bar Bistro
Gwystre Inn
Llanerch Inn
Middleton Arms


Bell Country Inn
Chamelle Spice
Drovers Arms

Frankies Bar Bistro
Gwystre Inn


Crossgates County Primary School
Llandrindod High School
Llandrindod Wells C In W Primary School
Llandrindod Wells County Primary School
Powys Dance Centre


Geraint Jones Company Solicitors
Margrave Solicitors


Adeys Taxis
Martini Taxis
Spa Cabs


Theatr Powys


Ddole Road Veterinary Clinic

Sports Clubs

Llandrindod Wells CC (Cricket)
Llandrindod Wells LTC (Tennis)


Graig Farm Organics

The Book Shop
Verzon Books & Gallery
Adam & Eve's Garden Of Eden
Graig Farm Organic Meat
Greenacre Garden Centre
Willmans Pet Care
Moss Pharmacy
Evans & Jones
J E M Footwear
Pentwyn Herbs


Ridgebourne Stores


Underhill Riding Stables(Riding)

Places to Stay near Llandrindod Wells

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Llanerch 16thC Inn (0.15 miles)

Llanerch 16thC Inn

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The Llanerch Inn is a privately owned, recently renovated building in its own grounds. The emphasis here is on warm and friendly service, good food and a relaxing atmosphere. The ... More

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Hotel Commodore (0.23 miles)

Hotel Commodore

Situated in the heart of Wales, this stunning Victorian Hotel provides an ideal base from which to explore the beauty of Mid Wales, with the Brecon Beacons and the Elan Valley just a short drive ... More | visit website

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Glen Usk Hotel (0.26 miles)

Glen Usk Hotel

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After a day exploring mid-Wales you can be sure of a warm welcome at the Glen Usk Hotel. The Glen Usk Hotel is situated in the centre of this pretty spa ... More

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Hampton Hotel (0.29 miles)

Hampton Hotel

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A warm welcome awaits you at the newly refurbished & beautifly appointed Hampton Hotel & Bars. The Hampton Hotel makes an ideal base for business or pleasure, located centrally in ... More

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Metropole (The) (0.32 miles)

Metropole (The)

Wonderful countryside complements the splendour of this family-owned Victorian style hotel. The Metropole offers comfortable, well-appointed bedrooms, all en-suite with bath and shower, and a superb Leisure Complex with 54' indoor pool, sauna, steamroom, ... More | visit website

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Highland Moors Guest House (0.96 miles)

Highland Moors Guest House
Highland Moors Guest House and Conference Centre offers comfortable spacious rooms for the business traveller, show attendee, family short break or group adventure activities. All rooms have been refurbished with comfy chairs, desks, TVs, hospitality ... More | visit website
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Bell Country Inn (1.08 miles)

Bell Country Inn
The Bell Country Inn is located just outside the picturesque Victorian spa town of Llandrindod Wells and overlooks the beautiful Welsh Hills and Countryside. The Brecon Beacons National Park, the stunning Elan Valley Resevoirs and ... More | visit website
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Three Wells Guest House (1.69 miles)

Three Wells Guest House
Once a working farm, Three Wells is now a unique small hotel nestled in the heart of Wales. Set amidst the rolling Welsh countryside with views over our beautiful lake and sleepy, sheep-filled meadows, Three ... More | visit website
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Acorn Court Country House (1.69 miles)

Acorn Court Country House
A Warm Welsh Welcome awaits you at this luxurious, peaceful 5 star 'Visit Wales Gold Award' Country House. Nestled in the Heart of the Welsh countryside, just miles from the Victorian spa town of Llandrindod ... More | visit website
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Guidfa House (2.84 miles)

Guidfa House

It's not difficult to see why Guidfa House is so popular. Located in the green heart of Wales, it's a convenient base for touring much of the country. Then there's the superior accommodation that this ... More | visit website

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