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Things to do and places to stay near the Hall:

Accommodations

Built in 1896 the Metropole Hotel, Welsh Hotel and spa was originally the largest hotel in Wales upon completion.Still privately owned by Justin Baird-Murray, Great Great Grandson of the founder, The Metropole Hotel and Spa, remains the highest AA rated hotel and spa in mid Wales and provides the perfect venue for a wedding, conference or a short break in wales.

The Hotel Commodore is ideally located in the center of Llandrindod Wells. This beautifully refurbished Victorian House, with its grand approach and Arts and Crafts inspired architecture with other stunning backdrops, as well as our very own back garden, makes the hotel an ideal place whatever the reason for your stay.

We’re surrounded by the rolling Welsh hills, a stone’s throw from the beautiful Elan Valley Reservoirs. This welcoming and attractive B&B and cottage offers a peaceful, secluded base for families, friends or single travellers wishing to explore the stunning Welsh countryside. 

A well-established, friendly country pub with bed and breakfast accommodation in Mid Wales. Guests staying at The Lion Hotel can feel as though they have stepped back into the late 19th century whilst enjoying all the comforts of modern living. The rooms are warm and cosy with fantastic views over the stunning Welsh countryside.

A warm welcome is waiting for you at this luxurious “5 Star Country House”. The perfect place to Relax, Tour, Explore and Enjoy Beautiful Mid Wales.

Nannerth Fawr Farm with its delightful holiday cottages is a traditional 200 acre organic Welsh hill farm, set in the peaceful Wye Valley Mid Wales.

Wales Cottage Holidays is a long established and experienced holiday lettings business; we are an independent family-run agency operating throughout wonderful Wales.

Activities

The Elan Valley Visitor Centre is operated by Dwr Cymru Welsh Water and is set in a fantastic location against a spectacular backdrop of a Victorian stone dam.

The Museum is one of the leading  world cycle museums . Home to over 260 cycles from an 1818 Hobby Horse, Victorian solid-tyred machines, classic lightweights the latest carbon-fibre designs.

Looking for things to do during your holiday in Mid Wales? Mid Wales, the Elan Valley, the Cambrian Mountains and the Wye Valley – all names to describe this fantastic part of Wales where you can enjoy a range of outdoor activities just a few minutes from where you are staying.