Our local area is probably one of Wales’ best kept secrets. Unspoilt mountain scenery with rushing streams, quiet forests and abundant wildlife, roads virtually devoid of traffic. The pace of life is a little like stepping back in time, quiet and peaceful.
Llanwrtyd Wells is the smallest town in Great Britain and sits astride the River Irfon in the picturesque Irfon Valley. It is in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with lovely walks and cycle rides. The Elan Valley with its lakes is also close by.
Whether you enjoy bird-watching, cycling, fishing, rambling, riding, touring or just being “at one” with nature, this area will not disappoint you.
Llanwrtyd Wells is famous as one of the main areas where you can see the red kite, but there are many other species to see in the nearby Gwenffrwd Dinas RSPB reserve.
Bring your own bike and explore the world-renowned mountain biking in the surrounding area.
The area around Llanwrtyd Wells has legendary fishing for salmon and trout on the Wye, the Usk, and their numerous tributaries.