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Llandrindod Wells

This picturesque town is located within the scenic Welsh county of Powys in the heart of Wales. The town has a long history as a tourist destination, being a famous spa town in the 19th century. The town has preserved the Victorian and Georgian structures and atmosphere, which created a wonderfully scenic and relaxing atmosphere. The town centre features a variety of quaint shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants, as well as a weekly outdoor market. The Memorial Gardens and Temple Gardens are also ideal for relaxations. Temple Gardens features a variety of scenic walking trails, well-maintained bowling greens and even a golf course. Other must-sees include Brecon Beacons National Park, the medieval Powis Castle and the memorable Elan Valley.

We love Llandrindod Wells because...

  • Picturesque town
  • Historic
  • Scenic walks
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Hotels in Llandrindod Wells
Glen Usk Hotel
South Crescent Llandrindod Wells LD1 5DH

Ideal for travellers hoping to explore the wonders of mid-Wales, the welcoming Glen Usk Hotel features a central location in the charming spa town of Llandrindod Wells.

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Glen Usk Hotel
South Crescent Llandrindod Wells LD1 5DH

Ideal for travellers hoping to explore the wonders of mid-Wales, the welcoming Glen Usk Hotel features a central location in the charming spa town of Llandrindod Wells.

In and around Llandrindod Wells

Rock Park

These natural springs were known to the Romans, and are still in use today. Today the 12-acres of landscaped parklands house the original pump buildings, which have been converted into a variety of new uses, including a restaurant. The Rock Park Complementary Health Centre now offers visitors treatments and spa experiences.

The Radnorshire Museum

This fascinating museum tracks the history of the town through its surge in popularity in the 19th century as a spa destination. The museum houses a number of artefacts and relics, as well as a large photography collection, which features a number of very old photos.

Powis Castle

This inspiring, fairy-tale castle rises dramatically on the horizon atop a rocky ridge. The castle has been continually occupied since the 13th century and has seen many conflicts and restorations in its time, creating a visually appealing structure, which feature many different styles of architecture. Another draw for visitors is the surrounding beauty of the formal gardens, which feature terraces, parklands, deer park and many species of flora and fauna. The perfect location for a picnic, leisurely walk of spot of wildlife watching.

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