From March 27th 2021, self-catering and most hotels can re-open after the covid pandemic and travel within Wales will be permitted again. We look forward to seeing you!
Easy to reach, Llanidloes is situated only two hours drive from Liverpool, Manchester, Birmingham, Bristol and Cardiff, with the national rail network running close by. Yet Llani is a million miles away from the stresses and strains so prevalent amidst the hustle and bustle of modern life.
So accommodate yourself to a slower pace and relax amidst some of the most unspoilt and undiscovered scenery Wales has to offer.
Saint Idloes Church - The parish church of Llanidloes
Llanidloes sits just off the A470 main road about 30 miles from the English border. From Birmingham and the Midlands, take the M54 through Telford, A458 and A483 through Shrewsbury, Welshpool and Newtown. From the south, the A470 offers a spectacular cross-country route from Cardiff.
Sat nav, mail apps: LLANIDLOES or SY18 6AA
Free parking at "The Gro" which is a large car park - space for approx 100 vehicles - and is technically "common land" so you are still permitted to graze your life-stock too. Directions on Google maps
Smaller free car park is at Church Place - space for about 20 vehicles - Directions on Google maps
On-street parking also available throughout town but please beware tickets and wardens and read the restrictions on the signs by the road.
Llanidloes is well served by bus services to the coast at Aberystwyth, to Newtown, Welshpool and Shrewsbury and to Rhayader and to Llandrindod. The National Express shuttle also operates through Llanidloes for services to Birmingham and the National Express UK network.