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Inns in Llanwrtyd Wells

Neuadd Arms Hotel
Llanwrtyd Wells
Mid Wales

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Come and enjoy a break in the Heart of Mid Wales. Relax in our comfortable, family run Hotel at the heart of the smallest town in Britain. The Neuadd Arms Hotel has stood in the centre of Llanwrtyd Wells, the smallest town in Britain, for over 130 years. Home to many world famous events throughout the year, including the World Bogsnorkelling Championships and the Man V. Horse Marathon, we provide accommodation with a warm welcome, especially for those of you who enjoy outdoor pursuits. We do not mind the dirty boots or the wet clothing. We aim to make you feel like you are home from home, free to sit and relax after a pleasant day's walking, riding, fishing, biking or birdwatching in the splendid Mid Wales countryside. The 19th Century atmosphere has been preserved in both our lounge and public bars, where, in the evenings, after a meal in our restaurant, you can relax with your drink beside a roaring log fire, meet with the locals and listen to the stories from the Welsh hills and valleys.

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