The Trewythen, formerly known as The Trewythen Arms, is a Grade ll listed Georgian property based in the busy market town of Llanidloes, Mid Wales, the property has been recently renovated into a modern restaurant with rooms.
The building was the scene of the Chartists riots in April 1839, which saw peaceful protests for voting rights become riots on the streets of this small town. Three members of the Chartists movement were imprisoned in the, then Trewythen Arms, angry crowds overpowered guards at the premises door to set the men free. It is said it took another 4 days for soldiers to restore order and eventually 33 people were imprisoned. Whilst the riots didn’t achieve voting rights across the UK they certainly helped pave the way for more successful chartists protests later on.
Our recently refurbished restaurant ‘Chartists 1770’ offers a warm & relaxed atmosphere.
Our Executive Head Chef has created menus based around the best of Local Welsh produce.
About the area
Our restaurant with rooms is situated in the heart of Llanidloes.
The small busy market town is the first town on the River Severn & the gateway to the Cambrian Mountains of Mid Wales, Llanidloes offers over 30 walking routes that link the town with smaller surrounding villages of Llangurig, Llandinam, and Trefeglwys, perfect for people wanting to experience the beautiful landscape of Wales. Explore the wonders that Mid-Wales has to offer…
Set over 3 floors The Trewythen, restaurant with rooms, offers 7 large, bright en-suite bedrooms incorporating period fireplaces, the rooms are all named after important local landmarks.
Limited free parking is available at The Trewythen. There is also a large public car park to the rear of the building which includes 4 electric charging points.
If you are dining or staying the night with us, we want to make sure that you are safe and relaxed, taking care of our guests is our priority. Please take a look at the steps we are taking to ensure you have the safest stay possible.