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County - Mid Wales | Map
Tel code: 01686 | code search
Postcode: SY21 | code search
Population: 1100
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The Talbot Hotel
"From the beginning of my stay everything was right at this hotel - on arrival the welcome was warm and genuine. My room was good - clean, spacious, nicely decorated; ..." More

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Berriew is a charming unspoilt village which is perfectly placed in Powys, in Wales, home to nearly thirteen hundred people. It sits on the Rhiw River which meanders through the village where there is an abundance of picturesque black and white timber framed houses and buildings, and attractive white washed cottages. Agriculture has played its part in the history of the village which dates back many centuries, a legacy of which remains today at the very heart of Berriew with the impressive church that's dedicated to St Bueno, and, although it has undergone several changes across the years the impressive pinnacled tower still graces the skyline. There's a good choice of shops on offer, restaurants with pleasing menus to try, welcoming pubs, and a fabulous 17th Century Inn, and a renowned Art Gallery that really is worth a visit. The ancient busy market town of Welshpool is only five miles from here and is home to the biggest cattle market in Europe. The pretty setting of the village attracts walkers and cyclists as the Severn Way passes through here, giving fascinating views of the magnificent Viaduct which carries the Montgomery Canal high above the river Rhiw on its onwards journey .

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National Trust Cottages (1.50 miles)

National Trust Cottages

This beautiful Edwardian cottage extensively restored by the National Trust, is positioned in the heart of the magnificent gardens surrounding Powis Castle; the garden is literally on your doorstep. Built in 1908, The Bothy's Edwardian ... More

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Lion Hotel (2.84 miles)

Lion Hotel

The Lion Hotel & Restaurant is situated in the heart of mid Wales between Welshpool and Newtown in the award winning village of Berriew. Luxurious ensuite rooms sympathetically decorated in a style in keeping with ... More | visit website

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The Talbot Hotel (3.04 miles)

The Talbot Hotel
The Hotel is just yards from the Aquaduct carrying the Montgomery Canal; which is part of the Servern Way - very popular with walkers.A sublime setting; in this beautiful part of the border country for ... More | visit website
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Derwen Mill (4.09 miles)

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

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The Lowfield Inn (4.67 miles)

The Lowfield Inn
Rebuilt in 2008, The Lowfield Inn is a beautiful country pub and inn set in the heart of the Shropshire / Powys countryside in the small village of Marton.We pride ourselves on using locally sourced ... More | visit website
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Royal Oak Hotel (4.74 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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Dragon Hotel (4.74 miles)

Dragon Hotel
17th century family run former coaching Inn in the lee of historic Montgomery Castle Ruins and set in the village sized Georgian Gem Town of Montgomery, surrounded by the most stunning countryside.

The Dragon boasts an ... More | visit website
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Dolforwyn Hall Country House (6.41 miles)

Dolforwyn Hall Country House
The Proprietors would like to offer you a warm welcome to their Country House Bed & Breakfast. The Hall is nestled in the tiny hamlet of Dolforwyn. Our eight bedrooms offer a choice of single, ... More | visit website
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Barley Mow House (7.75 miles)

Barley Mow House
The perfect place to relax and get away from the pressures of modem day life, Barley Mow House stands in 2 acres of gardens and pastureland. We are 1/4 mile from the nearest main road ... More | visit website
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Mellington Hall Hotel (7.86 miles)

Mellington Hall Hotel
Mellington Hall is a Boutique hotel in Wales, housed in an 18th Century Victorian Gothic Mansion. Set in 280 acres of Mature Gardens and tranquil parkland currently run by Lance & Vanessa Thomas, Mellington Hall ... More | visit website

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