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"We had a wonderful week-end helped by David's knowledge of the local area. He gave us an itinerary to places we would never have found without his direction, ..." More

Rhyd Hir B&B
"This is a fantastic B&B! Everything was first class; the food, the accommodation, the bathrooms and the people. I was amazed at the size of the bedroom and ..." More

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Located in mid Wales in Montgomeryshire Llanfyllin is probably a name that is familiar to those who watched the BBC series “Restoration” in 2004. It is in Llanfyllin that “Y Dolydd” , a Victorian workhouse was built, unfortunately it didn’t win the programme however its supporters continue to campaign and raise funds today. Llanfyllin also boasts a long history set as it is amongst the rolling hills of Mid Wales, it is said that the town took its name from St Myllin, a 7th century Celt and the church is also named after him. The church dates from around 1706 whilst the bells were installed around 1714. There are plenty of architectural influences in the town, and a stroll around the traditional local shops will provide an interesting trip, opposite the Church is a house dating back to 1740 whilst there are other Georgian buildings of note in the town. Llanfyllin is officially a town and not a village as it was granted charter as a borough in 1293 Llanfyllin. This means that it is relatively unique as it is actually a town with its own elected mayor. Its location in the Cain Valley makes it an ideal location for those who wish to travel around Mid Wales and Snowdonia and if you happen to be there during June and July then there is the Festival of Music, founded in 1971, it still produces year on year a festival of music embracing the classics attracting many well known artists.


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Cain Valley Hotel (0.09 miles)

Cain Valley Hotel

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The Cain Valley Hotel offers not only competitively priced accomodation, but also good food freshly prepared throughout the day and served in either the restaurant or one of the two ... More

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Rhyd Hir B&B (1.60 miles)

Rhyd Hir B&B
We don't have a roadside sign - we want to be a little bit special for our guests. Welcome to Rhyd Hir - a rebuilt 16th century Welsh Longhouse, hidden away in its own dell ... More | visit website
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Plas Uchaf (3.71 miles)

Plas Uchaf
Plas Uchaf is an imposing early 18th century brick house set on the lower slopes of Llwyn Bryn-Dinas providing a spectacular backdrop to the house. Plas Uchaf means "the place above" which is perfect for ... More | visit website
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Cyfie Farm Boutique Suites and Spa (4.68 miles)

Cyfie Farm Boutique Suites and Spa
Nestling into the top of a wooded hillside about 6 miles from the Lake, Gold Award winning Cyfie Farm is in a spectacular setting overlooking the Vyrnwy Valley with views across the width of Wales. ... More | visit website
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The Lion Hotel (4.82 miles)

The Lion Hotel

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Set within a characteristic 18th century residence, this ivy-clad Country Inn & hotel provides an ideal base from which to explore the unspoilt countryside of the England and Wales border. ... More

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Gwaenynog Farmhouse (6.56 miles)

Gwaenynog Farmhouse
Gwaenynog is a beautiful stone farmhouse in a quiet area, located between Lake Vyrnwy and Welshpool.

There's a large guest lounge with beams and an open inglenook fireplace, with a large TV with Freeview and DVD, ... More | visit website
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Royal Oak Hotel (6.91 miles)

Royal Oak Hotel
Originally part of the Powis Castle Estate, this Grade II listed town centre hotel offers complimentary Wi-Fi, Restaurant, real ales and secure free parking. Situated in the heart of the small market town of Welshpool, ... More | visit website
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Derwen Mill (7.45 miles)

Click here to learn about and book this Hoseasons resort. ... More | visit website

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Lake Vyrnwy Hotel & Spa (7.58 miles)

Lake Vyrnwy Hotel & Spa

Situated high on the hillside within the 24,000 acre Vyrnwy Estate, the hotel commands breathtaking views of mountains, lakes and moorland. It is also surrounded by lawns, an abundance of rhododendrons, woods and meadowlands. Built ... More | visit website

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Cross Keys Hotel (7.69 miles)

Cross Keys Hotel

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This18th century Georgian Grade II listed building is situated in the delightful village of Llanymynech, which straddles the border of Shropshire, England, and Powys, Wales. Located on the Offas Dyke long-distance footpath, ... More

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