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The Trewythen Hotel, formerly known as The Trewythen Arms, is a Grade ll listed building & unique place to stay in the busy market town of Llanidloes, Mid-Wales.
The hotel has recently been renovated and offers seven uniquely designed rooms, a stylish restaurant serving a modern menu as well as four dining pods in our walled garden to enjoy.
The Trewythen Hotel
If you are visiting Mid Wales why not stay at The Trewythen Hotel, set in the centre of the town, we offer 7 individual ensuite bedrooms each uniquely named after important parts of Wales.
Situated near the Cambrian mountains, with access to 30 walking routes, The Trewythen is within driving distance of Abersoch, Aberystwyth, or Portmeirion, making it a perfect place for many holidays in Wales.
Our accommodation ranges from cosy doubles to large family rooms all incorporating period features for a unique place to stay.
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Sitting on the edge of The Cambrian Mountains, Hafren Forest is home to beautiful waterfalls and rivers
Step into the forest and take on the 7-mile walk to the source of the River Severn.
Clywedog Dam, built between 1965-67 to help regulate the flow of water in the River Severn has a surface area of 615 acres.
The Dam is the perfect place to relax offering spectacular panoramic views, walks, fishing & sailing activities.
Described by writers in the past as the “Green Desert of Wales” – one of the most beautiful, colourful & varied landscapes in Southern Britain.
The Cambrian Mountains stretch from Snowdonia to The Brecon Beacons National Park and offer a range of walks for all levels.