Llanwrtyd Wells has a rich history as a spa town and it's no wonder the Victorians visited in their droves to take the air! We have something for everyone, from breathtaking views to bog-snorkelling. Time for an adventure!

We are ideally situated for visitors to get out and explore our beautiful part of Wales. We have rare species of flora and fauna in the woods, mountains and hills around us.

Seeing a red kite soar above you is simply breathtaking. Our river, the Irfon is a tributary of the Wye and salmon return every year to spawn.

As well as the countryside, Llanwrtyd Wells is officially Britain’s smallest town. For a small town it has a lot going on. Llanwrtyd became a popular Victorian Spa town and location to “take the waters” – an activity we only suggest to the hardiest and most adventurous visitor!

From real-ale festivals, guided walks and even the World Alternative Games, there is something for everyone. We are in easy reach of the Brecon Beacons, the Elan Valley and several other sites of outstanding natural beauty as well as the picturesque market-towns of Llandovery, Builth Wells and Hay-on-Wye.