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The little town of Llanfyllin sits midway between the border with Shropshire and Lake Vyrnwy in lovely green countryside, its streets a pleasant mix of architectural styles... Read More.

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Rhyd Hir B&B

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 | Double Room: £30 | visit website

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Cain Valley Hotel (0.08 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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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 (4.67 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 (4.83 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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Canal Court Hotel (6.06 miles)

Canal Court Hotel

Newry’s finest four star hotel is located on Merchants Quay in the City Centre & has 112 bedrooms. We offer an extensive Ala Carte menu in our award winning Old Mill Restaurant & Carvery/Bar snacks ... More | visit website

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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 (6.93 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 (7.47 miles)

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

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Lake Vyrnwy Hotel & Spa (7.56 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 (7.70 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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