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Nant-Y-Glyn Holiday Accommodation
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Sleeps: 6
No of Bedrooms: 3
Low Season: £425
High Season: £650

Situated in the quiet Hamlet of Glascwm, nestled amongst rolling hills and farmland, Nant-Y-Glyn is the perfect base from which to enjoy many activities including walking, bird watching, cycling (we are on the Radnor Ring cycle route 25) and horse riding. Nant-Y-Glyn has a Modern, well equiped kitchen with an Oil fired Rayburn which runs the hot water and central heating, an electric cooker,...

Sleeps: 6

No of Bedrooms: 3

Low Season: £425

High Season: £650

Bevan House
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Sleeps: 7
No of Bedrooms: 3
Low Season: £700
High Season: £700

Welcome to Bevan House Bevan House is a detached house in the rural heart of Mid Wales. It is easily accessible as it is located on the A481 just outside the village of Hundred House. The house is well furnished and has all the modern facilities to make your holiday comfortable and stress-free. The Living Room The Living Room has a comfortable suite and a flat screen...

Sleeps: 7

No of Bedrooms: 3

Low Season: £700

High Season: £700

Reading Room House
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Sleeps: 6
No of Bedrooms: 2
Low Season: £390
High Season: £660

Situated at the end of a small lane leading down to the River Wye, Reading Room house was built with luxury and comfort in mind. The hallway, kitchen, lounge and dining area provide open plan living, contained beneath an impressive vaulted ceiling. The high-spec kitchen with midi units and Baumatic appliances looks over into the large lounge and dining area on a lower level. There is a dining...

Sleeps: 6

No of Bedrooms: 2

Low Season: £390

High Season: £660

Orchard House
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Sleeps: 4
No of Bedrooms: 2
Low Season: £330
High Season: £600

A traditional stone house built in 1874 for those who enjoy character properties with all the comforts of home. Set within a large private garden with parking for two cars, the house is entered into a porch and through a barn door to the kitchen/ dining area which is bright and well appointed. From the inner hallway is the lounge with two comfortable sofas, an original log burner and a flat...

Sleeps: 4

No of Bedrooms: 2

Low Season: £330

High Season: £600

 

Llandrindod Wells Tourist Information
Llandrindod Wells (known locally as "Llandod") is a thriving market town located in the heart of Powys, positioned about seven and a half miles from Builth Wells and eleven miles from Rhayader.

This delightful spa town offers a range of interesting shops to wander around, there are also plenty of eating establishments to choose from. In addition, the town has an open-air market every Friday which is certainly worth browsing around.

Llandrindod Wells is particularly proud of its Victorian past which can still be seen in the architecture of many of the town's hotels and shops, a fact that is celebrated by an annual week long Victorian Festival held in August, where the town and the townsfolk are transformed back in time to the Victorian era. As you wander around the transformed town you will find locals (and some visitors) dressed in Victorian and other antique costumes, there are dressed up shop windows and people riding around the streets on penny farthings, this truly unique period festival also has a variety of entertainment to suit all ages.

Overlooking the town is Llandrindod Wells Golf Club, an excellent 18-hole course that has smooth and true greens complete with stunning views.

If you've a combined love of cycling and history you should visit The National Cycle Museum in Temple Street, it offers a fascinating insight into the history of cycling and houses over 260 cycles that range from an 1816 Hobby Horse right up to the very latest bike designs.

Whilst in the town it's well worth visiting Llandrindod Wells Lake Park, it's a lovely location for a walk or for spotting wildlife and there's a large lake that's popular with anglers. In the middle of the lake is a wonderful fountain made of copper that has been sculpted into a dragon and leaping fish.

Llandrindod Wells is a Walkers are Welcome town
The town is set amidst beautiful countryside making it an ideal location for walkers, the surrounding landscape has plenty of interesting trails and waymarked footpaths, there are also a number of guided walks available.

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