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Llandrindod Wells
Llandrindod Wells, countryside
Llandrindod Wells, scenic view
Llandrindod Wells

Llandrindod Wells

Llandrindod Wells, county town of Powys, is Wales' most central town, and offers a great base to explore the area. 

The healing qualities of the local spring attracted visitors during the 18th Century, and today Llandrindod Wells is still popular as a busy market town.

The high street and surrounding areas offer local arts and craft shops alongside welcoming restaurants.

Each August the annual Victorian Festival is held where locals step back in time to Victorian Llandrindod - with entertainment, costumed locals and lots of delicious traditional treats to try! (Check for exact dates).

Llandrindod Wells is also a great base for a walking holiday. The town hosts the annual Heart of Wales Walking Festival which takes place in September (Check for exact dates) and includes lots of walks for all abilities.

Our selected hotel


3 Crown
Situated in the centre of this pretty Victorian spa town, directly opposite Temple Gardens and just a short walk to the shops. Spacious bar, lounge and restaurant.

South Crescent
Llandrindod Wells

The Hall at Abbey-Cwm-Hir
Arvon Ale House
Llandrindod Wells Golf Club
The National Cycle Collection
Alex Allpress Pottery School
The Thomas Shop Museum
Radnorshire Museum
The Willow Globe
The Pales Meeting House
Llysdinam Gardens

Builth Wells
Hay on Wye
Elan Valley Lakes
Black Mountains
Knighton & Offa's Dyke
Devil’s Bridge & Vale of Rheidol Railway
Powis Castle & Garden
Red Kite Feeding Station & Rehabilitation Centre
Lake Vyrnwy
The Judge’s Lodging Museum