Cymraeg

Sponsors:
Ardwyn House

4 Star Graded, Ardwyn House is a Art Nouveau style Guest House 150 metres from the centre of town

Coed Trallwm

3 Mountain Bike Trails; Cafe Serving Home-made food; 8 Self Catering Stone Cottages; Wooden play trail. Cafe open 12-4pm

Heart of Wales Brewery

Award winning hand crafted ales from Llanwrtyd Wells. Available in cask or bottle. Brewery tours available

Llanerchndda Farm

Family run 3 star guest house & self catering cottages, picturesque location with view of the brecon beacons, 20mins from Llanwrtyd Wells

The Neuadd Arms Hotel

Launderette available on-site* Oh and 21 rooms, 2 bars, log fires and delicious home cooked food

Travel

By Road

Llanwrtyd Wells lies on the A483. Leave the A40 either at Crickhowell, and take the A479 joining the A470, or at Brecon and take the A470, both joining the A483 at Builth Wells. From the North, pick up the A483 from Chester. From the East, take the A44 from Worcester, the A481 to Builth Wells and then joining the A483 to Llanwrtyd Wells.

Limited parking is available in town - in the Neuadd Arms car park, at the station car park and the Riverside car park. If you are camping, parking is available at the campsite.

By Rail

Llanwrtyd Wells is on the scenic Heart of Wales railway line between Swansea and Shrewsbury. Connecting trains can be caught at either Shrewsbury, Swansea or Llanelli. For more details, contact the Railways. 

By Bus

Llanwrtyd Wells is serviced by a local bus route, with buses travelling to and from Builth Wells and the surrounding area. From Builth Wells, it is then possible to catch buses to either Brecon (where you can catch the National Express bus service to Cardiff) or to Llandrindod Wells (where you can pick up the Heart of Wales Railway Line).

Please see the travel map below, showing the A483 and the location of Llanwrtyd Wells station.