Discover Llangurig at the Heart of Wales Situated on the banks of the River Wye among the beautiful rolling hills of Plynlymon.
Llangurig is the perfect location to discover Montgomeryshire and an ideal
holiday base to explore Wales. With a 15th century church containing fine
armorial stained glass and also the Royal pew of Prince Albert, later King
George V1, the village has good examples of arts and crafts architecture by
Different types of accommodation offer a wide choice
throughout the year. The surrounding countryside, with outstanding scenery,
provides the opportunity for an extensive range of activities, including
walking, scenic car drives, golf, sailing, fishing, clay pigeon shooting,
horse riding and canal trips, bird watching, and you can visit fine gardens
and country houses.
Places of Interest
Llangurig Parish Church - founded before 550 AD. The present buiding is largely 15th century
and was sensitively restored by Sir Gilbert Scott. Fine woodwork and stained
glass windows adorn the building. Ask about the metal grid? - one of the
Devil's Bridge - 20 miles west on
the A44. (Find out why it is called Devil's Bridge!) There is a spectacular
waterfall and terminus of the Rheiddol Light Railway.