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Llandrindod Wells is a small town in Powys in Wales; it is considered to be the hub of Wales, an exceptionally active and lively place in the region. Llandrindod Wells Powys is a wealth of historic places and activities, boasting a large variety of naturally and manmade sights.
Llandrindod Wells features a large variety of welcoming dining outlets and accommodation choices, including Bed and Breakfasts, self caterings, hotels and camp sites that can satisfy all expectations and tastes. Llandrindod Wells is actually known for the variety of products and services, featuring many art and craft shops and art galleries.

Llandrindod Wells is also known for its architectural designs; there are many buildings and settlements in ornate designs which date back to the Victorian Era; some of the most distinctive and characteristic buildings are the Metropole and the Glen Usk, the Albert Hall. There are also many buildings that feature an Art Deco style, such as the Automobile Palace.

This building is actually known due to the impressive collection of antique bikes and bicycles, which are suspended from the ceiling. Today the Automobile Palace houses many businesses, keeping, though, many of the bicycles hanging.

The most impressive element for this town is that there are no pubs; this is a striking lack for a British town, however the pub lovers can have fun and enjoy their favourite drinks and pool games at the local bars which are housed in many hotels. The most impressive one is situated in the Metropole, as well as in the Commodore.

View North from Hay Bluff, with Distant Hay on Wye in Valley, Powys, Wales, United Kingdom
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One of the main attractions of Llandrindod Wells is the manmade lake, which is a popular spot for fishing or boating. There is a unique sculpture at the centre of the lake, depicting a water serpent and a carp, made of numerous copper pieces and plates.

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Highland Moors Guest House, Llandrindod Wells
Highland Moors Guest House and Christian Retreat Centre is a former Victorian hydro spa hotel, set in 6 acres, in the beautiful Mid Wales countryside. Today, Highland Moors, located on the south side of Llandrindod Wells and boasts stunning views from many rooms. There are 13 spacious rooms, including huge family rooms and elegant bay rooms with luxury walk-in shower ensuites. All rooms have TVs, hospitality trays, sofas and comfy chairs. The elegant breakfast room seats 24-30 people and guest lounge offers evening comfort with sofas, real log fire and pool table. There is plenty of secure off-road parking space and a secure lockup for motorbikes, mountain bikes and golfing equipment. Wifi and hardwired broadband points available free of charge.
Metropole Classic Hotel Llandrindod Wells
Built in 1896 The Metropole Hotel, Welsh hotel and Spa was originally the largest Hotel in Wales upon completion. Still privately owned by Justin Baird-Murray, great great grandson of the Founder, The Metropole Hotel and Spa, remains the highest AA rated Hotel and Spa in Mid Wales and provides the perfect venue for a wedding, conference or a short break in Wales. In keeping with the standards you would expect of a 4 star Luxury hotel in Wales the Metropole Hotel and Spa incorporates traditional spacious lounges in which to relax and contemporary bars and brasserie. The Radnor Restaurant offers a superb a ‘la carte menu in a stylish welsh restaurant with a great selection of fine wines from our extensive list.
Pwllgwilym Holiday Cottages and B&B, Builth Wells
Pwllgwilym Holiday Cottages and Bed and Breakfast (B&B) are situated two miles from Builth Wells in the lovely village of Cilmery, in Mid Wales. The properties consist of a large barn tastefully converted into 3 spacious 4-star cottages with hardwood stairs, flagstone floors, surrounded by a 60 acre farm with lovely views. All three cottages can be opened out into one large cottage sleeping up to 19. Ideal for large families. There is a shared laundry/drying room with washing machine, tumble dryer and sink.
Ty Morgans - Guest house, Rhayader
This thoroughly modern 3-storey guest house offers contemporary accommodation in the heart of the historic market town of Rhayader. Totally renovated in the summer of 2006, a selection of 4 guest rooms is available for a convenient and private stay. Individually styled by an interior designer, each room offers a variety of modern facilities. The guest house itself over looks the town centre and is part of a complex that includes The Strand Bistro, Morgan's Restaurant and The Strand Coffee and Sandwich shop.
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