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County - Mid Wales | Map
Tel code: 01591 | code search
Postcode: LD5 | code search
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Llanwrtyd Wells Events

March
Folk 'n' Ale Weekend

June
Man v Horse Marathon
Morris in the Fores

July
Morris in the Fores
World Mountain Bike Bog Snorkelling Championships

August
Red Kite Mountain Bike Bash

November
Mid-Wales Beer Festival - Real Ale Wobble and Real Ale Ramble
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Bryncelyn Guesthouse
"Good Points: Very clean warm and friendly. Breakfast excellent. General review: Absolutely brilliant, would highly recommend, the service was top draw and will be booking again when the event dates for ..." More

Plasnewydd Bed & Breakfast
"Plasnewydd is a well kept, clean and comfortable B & B. It is very conveniently situated in the center of Llanwrtyd wells.There is off street parking ,which is unusual for ..." More

Plasnewydd Bed & Breakfast
"I found a warm and friendly welcome in this hospitable B&B in Wales' smallest town near brecon beacons. Prices were reasonable, breakfasts excellent,and the area has some incredibly stunning scenery ..." More

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Llanwrtyd Wells is to be found in mid Wales it is split by the river Irfon, and tucked in the valley between the Cambrian Mountains and the Mynydd Epynt an area that is a designated Special Area of Conservation. Originally its fame grew from the mineral waters at Dol-Y-Coed Park which had curative powers. Indeed the Vicar of St David’s is accredited with this find back in around 1732, he tried the waters himself and it helped cure his scurvy! Based on his experience he wrote about Llanwrtyd Wells and the therapeutic powers of the waters and this saw visitors to the town increase dramatically. In order to capitalise on these new found tourists a number of buildings were erected to accommodate these visitors and today they remain part of the attraction of the town. For those who are fans of that great Welsh sport rugby then Llanwrtyd Wells should hold a place dear to your heart for it was in this town that two visitors, Talog Williams and Rev DM Davies composed the famous rugby song Sospan Fach. Acknowledged as the smallest town in Britain Llanwrtyd Wells is also famous for the number of festivals it plays host to – everything from the Bog Snorkelling Contest throught to the Man versus Horse Race and the Real Ale Wobble – at last count there were around 12 festivals being held every year here add to that the location and activities available in the area such as trekking, hill walking and fishing amongst others then this town holds more delights than you can imagine.

Attraction

Cambrian Woollen Mill

Doctor

The Health Centre

Estate Agent

Keith Milnes Property

Inn

Belle Vue Hotel
Neuadd Arms Hotel

Pub and Bar

Stonecroft Inn

Restaurant

Lasswade Country House & Restaurant

School

Ysgol Dolafon

Self-Catering

Bronfelin Holiday Cottage

Solicitor

Van Rees

Taxi

J M Taxis

Shops

P G J Davies

Activities

Ffos Farm Riding & Trekking Centre(Riding)

Places to Stay near Llanwrtyd Wells

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Belle Vue Hotel (0.08 miles)

Belle Vue Hotel

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The hotel offers a wide range of options to make your stay a truly memorable one and worth visiting again and again. Built in 1843, the Belle Vue Hotel is the oldest ... More

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Neuadd Arms Hotel (0.10 miles)

Neuadd Arms Hotel

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Come and enjoy a break in the Heart of Mid Wales. Relax in our comfortable, family run Hotel at the heart of the smallest town in Britain. The Neuadd Arms Hotel ... More

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Carlton House (0.10 miles)

Carlton House
The Carlton Riverside is a restaurant offering guest accommmodation, well located in beautiful Llanwrtyd Wells. This character property is set beside the river in Wales's smallest town. Rolling hills and rugged mountains, spectacular passes and ... More | visit website
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Bryncelyn Guesthouse (0.10 miles)

Bryncelyn Guesthouse

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Bryncelyn Guesthouse, in beautiful Llanwrtyd Wells is a recently refurbished, family run guesthouse providing ideal accommodaion while attending one of the local festivals or holidaying in thid idyllic part of ... More

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Plasnewydd Bed & Breakfast (0.12 miles)

Plasnewydd Bed & Breakfast

CROESO (WELCOME) TO PLASNEWYDD BED AND BREAKFAST. A COSY AND RESTFUL SANCTUARY AT A REALISTIC PRICE. AWARDED LLANWRTYD WELLS IN BLOOM 1ST PRIZE ON 3 OCCASIONS. ENJOY A TASTE OF WALES... Your hosts are proud ... More | visit website

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Lasswade Country House & Restaurant (0.17 miles)

Lasswade Country House & Restaurant

Lasswade Country House & Restaurant is a unique period property. Set in the heart of Wales, the smallest town in the UK, Llanwrtyd Wells (no traffic noises pass by here!).

The Lasswade is renowned for ... More | visit website

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Ty Carreg (0.20 miles)

Ty Carreg

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A warm welcome awaits you at Ty Carreg, our home on the outskirts of Llanwrtyd Wells, about mid-way between Llandovery and Builth Wells in beautiful Mid Wales. Llanwrtyd Wells is the ... More | visit website

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New Hall (0.21 miles)

New Hall

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Stay at New Hall Guesthouse, a 4 star Licensed Bed and Breakfast on a quiet edge of the smallest town in Britain. A modern conversion of a church meeting hall, ... More

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Cerdyn Villa (0.52 miles)

Cerdyn Villa

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Our home can offer you the comfort of guesthouse accommodation with just 2 double guest rooms to provide the home from home feel. Offering a warm and friendly welcome, comfortable en-suite ... More

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Kilsby Country House (1.03 miles)

Kilsby Country House

Are you looking for something special and a little bit different? Kilsby is that special place, steeped in local history and surrounded by spectacular scenery and wildlife. We offer comfortable, high quality B&B accommodation in two double/twin ... More | visit website

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