B and Bs in Llandrindod Wells

Llanerch 16thC Inn
Llanerch Lane
Llandrindod Wells
Mid Wales

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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 Inn is located in the centre of Town, but is sat in 2 acres of grounds to give you some tranquillity away from the hustle and bustle of the town. The Llanerch Inn is perfectly placed to accommodate guests whatever their requirements from a family holiday, overnight Bed and Breakfast or just a weekend break. - There is even room for the dogs! Located in the largest and most historically famous of the Mid Wales spa towns, Llandrindod Wells in the county of Powys, still maintains an undeniable air of gentility with grandiose public buildings and the Llanerch Inn being centrally situated is only a short walk from all amenities including, the spa waters, the picturesque lake and rows of quaint shops many still with Victorian fascias. Llandrindod Wells is ideally situated for visitors stopping over en route to the North, South and West of Wales and the hotel benefits from being approximately three hours journey time from Manchester, Birmingham and London or even as a central base for further exploration of the beautiful surrounding areas of Mid Wales. If you are thinking of treating yourself to a weekend or even maybe a longer break, I feel certain that you will think the Llanerch offers good value for money. The prices quoted include a traditional welsh breakfast!

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