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Llanidloes Tourist Information
The first town on the meandering 220-mile long River Severn

Llanidloes is a small historic town ideally located on the main A470 road between Caersws village to the North and Rhayader town to the South.

This delightful town is a real joy to wander around, it has a number of interesting timber-framed buildings including an ancient half-timbered market hall which was built in the 1600s, and thought to be the only surviving timber-framed market hall in Wales. Along with its interesting building, Llanidloes also has an assorted range of independent shops, combined with a fine selection of eateries and a number of pubs.

Llanidloes is set amidst picturesque countryside making it an ideal location for those people who enjoy being in the great outdoors, walkers will find lots of waymarked routes that cover a variety of distances. Both the 'Glyndwr's Way' and the 'Severn Way' national trails also pass through the town.

For cyclists, the relatively traffic-free roads and surrounding countryside provide for many enjoyable long and short distance bike rides.

Hafren Forest
Only a few miles to the North West of Llanidloes lies Hafren Forest, it covers an area of nearly twenty-five square miles of varying landscape and terrain. This stunning location is an excellent habitat for a host of flora and fauna, and there are plenty of opportunities for walking, mountain biking and horse riding. The forest has lots of footpaths, trails and bridleways, peaceful riverside walks and amazing cascading waterfalls to enjoy. Hafren Forest also forms the start (or end) of The Wye Valley Walk and The Severn Way long distance linear walks.

Not too far from the town is Llyn Clywedog, a 615-acre man-made reservoir that is well stocked with brown and rainbow trout. Owned and operated by Severn Trent Water Limited, Llyn Clywedog is considered to be one of the premier trout fisheries in the UK.

About a mile North of the town is St. Idloes Golf Club, an undulating 9-hole course of testing slopes and hidden greens that comes complete with magnificent views of the Severn Valley and the Radnor Hills.

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