Llandrindod Wells is on the A483 north of Builth Wells and east of Rhayader. There are daily rail services to Llandrindod on the Heart of Wales line between Shrewsbury and Swansea. Buses run to Builth Wells, Hereford, Rhayader and Brecon.
If you want to know anything about travel in and around Llandrindod Wells, ask at the train station. The staff there have a reputation as the fountain of all knowledge – and not just if you’re travelling by rail.
Tourist Information Centre
Llandrindod Wells Tourist Information Centre, Town Hall, Temple Street, Llandrindod Wells, Powys LD1 5DL
Some places just give you a lift. The minute you arrive in Llandrindod Wells – 700 feet above sea level at the very centre of Wales – and breathe in that crisp fresh air you’ll understand why it was one of Britain’s most fashionable watering holes.
Llandrindod Wells, or “Llandod” for short, was a boom town. The “healing qualities” of the local spring waters had attracted visitors since the mid 18th century. But it wasn’t until the enclosure of the common in 1862 and arrival of the railway three years later that the town really took off.
For more information about Llandrindod Wells please download our pdf or visit: www.Llandrindod.co.uk
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