Llanidloes is just off the A470 within the historic boundaries of Montgomeryshire. It’s well served by buses to the coast at Aberystwyth and inland to Newtown, Welshpool, Shrewsbury, Rhayader and Llandrindod Wells.
National Express runs every day from Llanidloes to Birmingham and onwards to the rest of the UK. The nearest train station is six miles away at Caersws.
Tourist Information Centre
Llanidloes Visitor Centre, 3 Long Bridge Street, Llanidloes, Powys SY18 6EE
You won’t have been anywhere quite like Llanidloes. This town in the heart of the Cambrian Mountains has quirkiness written into its DNA.
Its origins go back to the mists of the seventh century, when Saint Idloes laid the foundations of a church on land overlooking the River Severn – just nine miles from its source on towering Plynlimon mountain. The name Llanidloes means simply “Church of Saint Idloes”.
For more information about Llanidloes please download our pdf or visit:
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Eithinog Hall B&B
Nannerth Country Holidays
Glanusk Gin and Glanusk Whisky
Glanusk Gardens and Oak Collection
Guards Apartment - Glanusk Estate
The Tower, Glanusk Estate
Montgomery Town market
Glanusk Caravan Park
Lasswade Country House Restaurant