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Llanfyllin is on the A490 four miles from its intersection with the A495. It’s 12 miles north-west of Welshpool and 10 miles east of Lake Vyrnwy.


The nearest railway station is Welshpool, which connects Aberystwyth to Birmingham via Machynlleth and Newtown. There are buses to Oswestry, Shrewsbury, Welshpool, Aberystwyth and Lake Vyrnwy.

Tourist Information Centre


Welshpool Tourist Information Centre, Vicarage Gardens Car Park, Church Street, Welshpool SY21 7DD


01938 552043


Llanfyllin is the main gateway for visitors heading for the walks, cycle routes, bird hides, sculpture trail and luxury hotel at Lake Vyrnwy.


This lake, created in 1888 by the world’s first stone-built dam, is one of the most beautiful in Wales. And by the time you reach Llanfyllin, deep in the Cain Valley on the edge of the Berwyn Mountains, you’re just 10 miles away.

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