Britain's smallest town happens to be in the heart of Wales. A former spa town, Llanwrtyd Wells grew in prosperity around the Ffynon Droellwyd spring that serves it. Find a Llanwrtyd Wells hotel or guesthouse for all manner of outdoor pursuits at the Llanerchindda Farm and twitching at the Red Kite Activity Centre. Whilst the Spa Fever of the Victorian may have subsided over the years, the town's popularity during this period survives in the grand Victorian architecture that graces the town.
Belle Vue Hotel
Belle Vue Terrace Llanwrtyd Wells Powys LD5 4RE
The Belle Vue Hotels has been a permanent fixture in Llanwrtyd Wells since the mid-Victorian Period. Located prominently just off the A483 the hotel offers budget bed breakfast accommodation for those looking for something that combines the friendliness of a village pub and the charm and character of a small guest house. A simple no-frills approach makes this a classic pub-with-rooms property but what you lose in terms of spills and frills you make up for in quality food and drink, served in th ...
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|Name||Miles||Region||Rooms||Type ?||Type ?|
|Belle Vue Hotel||0||Llanwrtyd Wells||20||35.00|
|Plasnewydd Guest House||0.1||Llanwrtyd Wells||4||36.00|
|Bryncelyn Guesthouse||0.1||Llanwrtyd Wells||6||40.00|
|New Hall||0.2||Llanwrtyd Wells||4||70.00|
|Lake Country House Spa||4.1||Llangammarch||31||145.00|
|Carlton Riverside||0||Llanwrtyd Wells||5||55.00|
|Lasswade Country House||0.3||Llanwrtyd Wells||3||65.00|
|Ardwyn House||0.2||Llanwrtyd Wells||3||54.00|
|Cerdyn Villa||0.3||Llanwrtyd Wells||3||63.00|
It may be Britain's smallest town but it has a big heart and the owners at Ardwyn House on Station Road do their level best to prove this. One of the hansomest hotels in Llanwrtyd Wells, the property is situated adjacent to the Manor Adventure activity Centre.
The house has been lovingly restored in and has been brought up to modern standards of heating, insulation, plumbing, electrics and fire systems for the safety and comfort of our guests. This splendid Belle Epoque-style guest house was built in the early 1900s and is teeming with arts and crafts. Art Nouveau flourishes can be found from the roll top baths to the light fittings which feature throughout the house.
The town makes an ideal base from which to explore the Cambrian mountains that surround. For this reason the twon has proved very popular with mountain bikers,walkers and birdwatchers. An optional range of Llanwrtyd Wells hotels and cheap b&b lodgings will be suggested if no rooms are available for booking on the days you wish to travel.