A magnificent 52 room, Grade II* Gothic Revival mansion in 12 acre gardens, near Llandrindod Wells in Mid Wales.
Sitting within 750 acres of estate land the hall and Grade 1 listed gardens host a year round programme of events.
A lovely small town about 11 miles from Newtown, which boasts a castle with spectacular views.
Sit and relax in the birdhides watching the sand martins darting in and out of their nesting holes or see salmon jumping the weir on the River Severn.
Visit the original site of the town that became Newtown and find out why it moved!
A high grassy hill located just outside Churchstoke, with fabulous views from the top.
Also the home of the curator, this is a lovely setting for local contemporary artists to display their work.
See Red Kites, either at Gigrin Farm, Rhayader or at Bwlch Nant yr Arian.
Visit CAT in Machynlleth built on sustainable principles including showing how land can be used to produce food organically.
With a drop of 80 metres this waterfall is stunning from both bottom and top!
Located just outside Welshpool the Dingle nursery is an idyllic woodland garden set in a quiet valley with a lake.
The fascinating display of automata, as well as the shop, play barn and cafe make this a great place for rainy days.
Hire a bike, visit the sculpture park, watch the birds and take in the wonderful surroundings.
Situated in extensive parkland, this warm red castle, with its beautiful terraced gardens and lovely view is the jewel in the crown of the National Trust.
Take the train to Welshpool and walk or cycle back to Newtown along the route of the Montgomeryshire canal.
Newtown & Llanllwchaiarn Town Council wish to express our great sadness following the passing of
His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh.
On behalf of the people of Newtown and Llanllwchaiarn, we extend our heartfelt sympathy to
HM the Queen and The Royal family at this sad time.
Within the pages of this book, you are invited to share your thoughts and messages in remembrance
of HRH Prince Philip.
Dymuna Cyngor Tref y Drenewydd a Llanllwchaearn fynegi ei dristwch yn dilyn marwolaeth
Ei Uchelder Brenhinol Dug Caeredin.
Ar ran pobl y Drenewydd a Llanllwchaearn, rydym yn ymestyn ein
cydymdeimlad dwys i’w Huchelder Brenhinol y Frenhines a’r Teulu Brenhinol yn ystod y cyfnod trist hwn.
O fewn tudalennau’r llyfryn hwn, rydych yn cael eich gwahodd i rannu eich teimladau a negeseuon er
cof am Uchelder Brenhinol Tywysog Philip.
Book of Condolences