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Formerly a 17th-century coaching inn, Cain Valley Hotel features a traditional restaurant and ale bar. As a centre to explore Shropshire and the eastern part of North Wales, the location was excellent, with some very unusual things to discover, if you were willing to do a little exploration. Breakfasts were very good.
Located in Llanfyllin, Flat 1, 45-46 High Street provides self-catering accommodations with a balcony and free WiFi. The property is 28 miles from Llangollen. Perfect place to stay. Loads of space. Easy key pick up. Free car park a minute's walk down the road. Lovely touch having complimentary milk, bread, butter and Welsh cakes and on a cold winter's night, the joy of finding a hot water bottle in the bedroom! Comfortable beds. Fantastic communication with the owners. Highly recommended.
Loved the town quaint and full of history. The old workhouse is worth a visit as is the well which I was told was the place of the first ever baptism in the area. The walks in the Autumn are breathtaking. Went to " Spice Fusion" in Welshpool for a superb Indian meal.
Charming small market town with really friendly people, lots of places around to visit. We had visited primarily for the Annual Show which we enjoyed despite the rain. The Spar supermarket has a great range of frozen meals which we enjoyed more than the hotel meal we had the next evening.
A beautiful small town with friendly people, unspoilt and charming. Two pubs that sell excellent beer and good food at a very reasonable price. Lake Vyrnwy, Llanrhaedr Falls and the general area around Llanfyllin well worth exploring. Llanfyllin itself is small for a town but has everything you would wish for apart from 24 hour shopping
Llanfyllin is a small old town. It is nicely located near other tourists towns if you want to do sight seeing, i.e., Welshpool, Shrewsbury, there is also the lovely lake Vyrnwy that you can drive the whole way around. (The road is very narrow so care is needed) It is just 2 hours 10 mins from Holyhead (depending on traffic). The food was lovely we eat in The Cain Valley Hotel. We walked around the village which has some lovely old buildings, The steam train and Powis Castle in Welshpool were great. There was other places to go but our stay was not long enough.
Lovely picturesque village with quick access to the surrounding country side ideal for walkers and cyclists. The village has a couple of pubs, a nice church, local mini supermarket, fastfood takeaway and couple of local gift shops so something for everyone. I stayed at the cain valley hotel which had lovely rooms great friendly atmosphere and very nice homemade food at a good price.
This is an historic little town in Wales; It has suffered lack of funds and is a little tired. But the people are kind, the area is beautiful and there is so much to learn about life in agricultural Wales.