Guidebook for Felindre

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Guidebook for Felindre

Food Scene
Our local pub, does great food, worth booking in advance. Closed on Mondays, specials on tuesdays,
The Radnorshire Arms
Our local pub, does great food, worth booking in advance. Closed on Mondays, specials on tuesdays,
The 17th century stone built Country Inn offers a welcoming bar area with a wood burning stove to warm you up on cold winter nights and chilly Sunday afternoons. The pub also offers Thai food on a Tuesday night.
Castle Inn
The 17th century stone built Country Inn offers a welcoming bar area with a wood burning stove to warm you up on cold winter nights and chilly Sunday afternoons. The pub also offers Thai food on a Tuesday night.
Best pub in Shropshire in the national pub and bar awards.
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The Lion
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Best pub in Shropshire in the national pub and bar awards.
Winner of Visit England 'Best Tourism Pub 2018' - is situated deep in the heart of Herefordshire countryside just on the southern edge of the Mortimer Forest, yet still close to Ludlow and Hereford.
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The Riverside Inn Aymestrey Herefordshire
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Winner of Visit England 'Best Tourism Pub 2018' - is situated deep in the heart of Herefordshire countryside just on the southern edge of the Mortimer Forest, yet still close to Ludlow and Hereford.
An Idyllic rural country pub around ten minutes away from Newtown.
The Dolfor Inn
An Idyllic rural country pub around ten minutes away from Newtown.
Parks & Nature
National Trail passing the doorstep
Glyndwr's Way
National Trail passing the doorstep
The dams and reservoirs, the working legacy of remarkable Victorian engineering, add to the captivating and ever changing scenery. You can stroll, picnic or hike; cycle or mountain bike; bird watch, fish or safari!
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Elan Valley Reservoirs
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The dams and reservoirs, the working legacy of remarkable Victorian engineering, add to the captivating and ever changing scenery. You can stroll, picnic or hike; cycle or mountain bike; bird watch, fish or safari!
The Snowdonia National Park boasts vast areas of natural beauty and unique scenery. It is known as Eryri by Welsh a name that can be translated as “the place of the eagles”.
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Snowdonia National Park
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The Snowdonia National Park boasts vast areas of natural beauty and unique scenery. It is known as Eryri by Welsh a name that can be translated as “the place of the eagles”.
Offa’s Dyke is a great frontier earthwork built by Offa, King of Mercia from 757 to 796 A.D. It gives its name to a long distance footpath, one of Britain’s National Trails, which runs from Sedbury, near Chepstow, to Prestatyn through the varied and little-frequented landscapes of the Welsh Marches.
Offa's Dyke Path
Offa’s Dyke is a great frontier earthwork built by Offa, King of Mercia from 757 to 796 A.D. It gives its name to a long distance footpath, one of Britain’s National Trails, which runs from Sedbury, near Chepstow, to Prestatyn through the varied and little-frequented landscapes of the Welsh Marches.
When you look out to sea, you may see dolphins and porpoise, just some of the fascinating beach. There are four walking trails around this nature reserve
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Ynyslas
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When you look out to sea, you may see dolphins and porpoise, just some of the fascinating beach. There are four walking trails around this nature reserve
In one of the valleys leading into the southern side of Radnorshire's enigmatic Radnor Forest, and off up a stream, Water Break Its Neck is a stunning waterfall. There are a couple of longer circular trails around Warren Woods and up the valley sides
Water-break-its-neck
In one of the valleys leading into the southern side of Radnorshire's enigmatic Radnor Forest, and off up a stream, Water Break Its Neck is a stunning waterfall. There are a couple of longer circular trails around Warren Woods and up the valley sides
Hundreds of Red Kites feed here every day. It is a truly breathtaking spectacle which we hope you will come along and witness for yourself.
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Red Kite Feeding Station
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Hundreds of Red Kites feed here every day. It is a truly breathtaking spectacle which we hope you will come along and witness for yourself.
Sightseeing
The world-famous garden, overhung with clipped yews, shelters rare and tender plants. Laid out under the influence of Italian and French styles, it retains its original lead statues and an orangery on the terraces. High on a rock above the terraces, the castle, originally built circa 1200, began life as a medieval fortress.
Powis Castle
The world-famous garden, overhung with clipped yews, shelters rare and tender plants. Laid out under the influence of Italian and French styles, it retains its original lead statues and an orangery on the terraces. High on a rock above the terraces, the castle, originally built circa 1200, began life as a medieval fortress.
Once called ‘the most commodious and elegant apartments for a judge in all England and Wales' (Lord Chief Justice Campbell, 1855), decay beckoned Radnorshire's disused Shire Hall into obscurity. Now, aided by an interior hardly touched by time and original furnishings discarded in attics, extensive research and restoration has re-awakened this ‘Victorian fossil'.
Judge's Lodging
Once called ‘the most commodious and elegant apartments for a judge in all England and Wales' (Lord Chief Justice Campbell, 1855), decay beckoned Radnorshire's disused Shire Hall into obscurity. Now, aided by an interior hardly touched by time and original furnishings discarded in attics, extensive research and restoration has re-awakened this ‘Victorian fossil'.
The dramatic riverside ruins and extensive earthworks of this Welsh border castle sit high on a rocky mound on the edge of the small, picturesque town of the same name.
Clun Castle
The dramatic riverside ruins and extensive earthworks of this Welsh border castle sit high on a rocky mound on the edge of the small, picturesque town of the same name.
Ludlow is a thriving medieval market town and an architectural gem with a lively community feel, busy with events and festivals throughout the year. The historic town centre and the 11th century Ludlow Castle are situated on a cliff above the River Teme and are surrounded by the beautiful countryside of south Shropshire and the Welsh Marches. Ludlow is an excellent base for walking and cycling; as well as exploring the rest of Shropshire and the Welsh Marches.
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Ludlow
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Ludlow is a thriving medieval market town and an architectural gem with a lively community feel, busy with events and festivals throughout the year. The historic town centre and the 11th century Ludlow Castle are situated on a cliff above the River Teme and are surrounded by the beautiful countryside of south Shropshire and the Welsh Marches. Ludlow is an excellent base for walking and cycling; as well as exploring the rest of Shropshire and the Welsh Marches.
Shrewsbury is full of finds to be discovered during your visit – a blockbuster in a Tudor cinema, a sell-out Folk Festival and the world’s oldest Flower Show. By foot or by boat, the River Severn is a must, as is the café culture, the castle and the churches that dominate Shrewsbury's famous skyline.
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Shrewsbury
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Shrewsbury is full of finds to be discovered during your visit – a blockbuster in a Tudor cinema, a sell-out Folk Festival and the world’s oldest Flower Show. By foot or by boat, the River Severn is a must, as is the café culture, the castle and the churches that dominate Shrewsbury's famous skyline.
Essentials
Knighton
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Newtown
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Entertainment & Activities
ODEON Hereford New
Cineworld Shrewsbury