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Welcome to Mid Wales Inn

Address: Pant-y-dwr, Rhayader, LD6 5LL

Telephone: 01597 870511

Hotel Description

The Mid Wales Inn is in the geographical centre of Wales, The original building is from 1760, we are on the B4518, 8 miles from Llanidloes and 4 miles from Rhayader in the small village of Pant Y Dwr. The pub has two unique carved bars, a restaurant and four bedrooms with ensuites or private bathrooms. We have an excellent selection of single malt whisky's. Dogs are welcome in two of the rooms, the Blue twin and the Purple. We welcome motorhomes, bikers, cyclists, walkers, and holiday makers. The Inn has an award nominated Restaurant and was finalist in welsh gastro pub of the year in 2015, 2016 and 2017. We have also won Welsh Enterprise Award 2017 for best Small country Accommodation in Powys. We are finalist for the Welsh Hospitality award 2018 central region. All rooms have tea, coffee making facilities, a TV, bathrooms, Wifi access, daily housekeeping and free parking . we are perfect for visiting most areas, an hour from Aberystwyth, 4 miles from Rhayader, 10 minutes from the Elan Valley, an excellent area for cycling, walking, bird watching, motorcycling, dog walking, and motorhomes. I welcome all to my little inn in the middle of Wales.

Our Facilities

  • Pet Friendly
  • Parking Facilities
  • Free Parking
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Internet Services
  • Wifi Available
  • Walking Holidays

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Lovely Stay
WE enjoyed 4 night stay at the Mid Wales Inn. Breakfasts where good so where the evening meals. We enjoyed the stay so much we have booked already for next year.

JANE BUY - 28th May, 2019
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A Weekend Away ,
very comfortable room ,friendly staff .highly recommended .

richard jones - 21st May, 2019
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Thank you for your review, hope to see you again

Excellent Hospitality
I booked to stay for two nights whilst walking the Glendower Trail. The Mid Wales Inn was comfortable and welcoming. It provides all a walker might need: excellent hospitality, good food, fine beer, a packed lunch for the walk ahead and a comfortable bed. Thoroughly recommended.

meadows - 18th May, 2019
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Mid Wales Inn
Had a lovely stay which felt like home from home.

The room staff and food was excellent and we would gladly stay here again 👍.

Thank you

mr sutton - 9th Apr, 2019
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Very Pleasant Stay
Really enjoyed our 3 day break. Penny and all her staff made us very welcome. Great place tio stay and explore the beautiful Elan Valley.

Julie lever - 17th Mar, 2019
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Very Pleasant Stay
Really enjoyed our 3 day break. Penny and all her staff made us very welcome. Great place tio stay and explore the beautiful Elan Valley.

Julie lever - 12th Mar, 2019
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thank you, you are most welcome.

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Attractions - Mid Wales Inn

Llandrindod Wells Golf Club - Llandrindod Wells - Golf

Llandrindod Wells Golf Club - Llandrindod Wells - Golf

Distance 10.76 miles (17.21 km)
In 1905 a group of local businessmen had the foresight to establish an 18-hole golf course on land overlooking the spa town of Llandrindod Wells to service the needs of the thousands of visitors that flocked to the town to take the waters. The course was designed by six times open champion Harry Vardon, and altered some years later by James Braid, to produce, essentially, the superb course of 18 challenging holes, almost 5800 yards in length (par 69), that you see today. Located just outside the Victorian town of Llandrindod Wells, in the heart of picturesque Mid Wales. An eight bay floodlit driving range has been constructed on land adjacent to the first fairway and offers an ideal place to warm up before you step onto the first tee or to practice your swing.

Caersws Football Club - Football Club

Caersws Football Club - Football Club

Distance 10.79 miles (17.27 km)
Caersws F.C. is a football team, playing in the League of Wales. The club was founded in 1887 as Caersws Amateurs, and adopted the present name when amateur status was dropped in 1974. The team plays at the Recreation Ground, Caersws, which accommodates 4000 spectators (250 seated). Although founded in the late 19th century, the club enjoyed little if any success until the 1960s when it won the Mid-Wales League in 1959-60, 1960-61, and 1962-63, and appeared in three Welsh Amateur Cup finals, though only winning the cup in 1960-61. They won the cup (now renamed the Welsh Intermediate Cup) in 1989.

Builth Wells Golf Club - Builth Wells - Golf

Builth Wells Golf Club - Builth Wells - Golf

Distance 14.68 miles (23.49 km)
THE GOLF COURSE presents a fair challenge to golfers of all levels. It is attractively laid out in splendid surroundings and is a comfortable walk. The variety in the holes means that players at the end of their round will find that they have used most of the clubs in their bag at some time. The Club is situated on the outskirts of the historic market town of Builth Wells that includes in its attractions, a cinema / theatre / exhibition complex, swimming pool, interesting retail outlets, hotels and restaurants. The town is surrounded by majestic rural countryside with many historic walks. There is plenty to occupy the parts of the day when not golfing.

Rhosgoch Golf and Leisure Club - Builth Wells - Golf

Rhosgoch Golf and Leisure Club - Builth Wells - Golf

Distance 21.1 miles (33.75 km)
High above the Wye Valley in unspoilt countryside lies Rhosgoch Golf and Leisure Club. Where the call of the Curlew and the Red Kite can be heard. A golfing oasis surrounded by outstanding views of the Radnorshire Hills, overlooking Rhosgoch Bog, a sight of special Scientific Interest, one of the few 'quacking bogs' remaining in Europe, supporting rare and endangered wildlife and flora. The 5000 yards, par 68 course, utilises the natural slopes providing a challenging game of golf, a good test for experienced golfers, yet suitable for all ages and all standards of play. There is no dress code; all that is required is respect for trhe cuorse and courtesy to fellow golfers.