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Things to do

The market town of Welshpool, in Mid Wales, is just one & a half miles away and lies just four miles from the National Border. The Georgian architecture that adorns the curving high street would merit a visit in itself, but there is plenty more to do and see in what is one of Powys’ biggest towns. There are numerous shops, pubs, restaurants and cafés in Welshpool town including a leisure centre, one of Europe’s largest livestock markets and the beautiful Powis Castle. Plus, we have regular sightings of red kites flying over!

For the more adventurous, there is the famous Shropshire canal, Welshpool airport (which hosts a spectacular annual air show in June), Welshpool & Llanfair light steam railway and the challenging Welshpool golf course all nearby.

The main Aberystwyth to Birmingham train line stops at Welshpool and allows access to the Welsh coast and the larger Shropshire town of Shrewsbury, although Birmingham City centre is only an hour away.

The villages of Llanfair Caereinion, Castle Caereinion, Berriew and Guilsfield are all within short distance offering their own unique Welsh charm.

Where to Eat

As well as offering superb home-cooking upon request, 9we can also recommend local cafés and restaurants.
The Cornstore, Welshpool
Bistro 7, Welshpool
Royal Oak Hotel, Welshpool
The Raven, Welshpool
The Angel, Welshpool
Coco’s, Welshpool
The Lion, Berriew
The Horseshoe, Berriew
The Nags Head, Berriew
The Oak, Guilsfield
The Kings Head, Guilsfield
The Lowfield, Marton

Other local attractions

Here are just a few of the other local attractions and facilities nearby.html
Lake VyrnwyLake Vyrnwy
Welshpool Golf Club
Welshpool and Llanfair light railway
Fishing
Centre for Alternative Technology
Glansevern Hall
Machynlleth Loop
Cycle hire at Brooks Cycles
Horse riding