Mid-Wales is a wonderful place to visit. The following will help you make the most of your time here.


Accommodation

The Royal Oak Hotel, Welshpool

Centered in the heart of Welshpool, The Royal Oak is the town’s premier hotel.

Trefnant Hall, near Berriew

Offering wonderful views across the countryside, this eightieth century farmhouse offers Bed and Breakfast or self-catering accommodation.

Druids Castle, Bishop’s Castle

The perfect stop-off for walkers, this Bed and Breakfast offers packed lunches, baggage transfers and transport along walking routes.

Red House Cottage, Guilsfield

This former coach house has been recently renovated. It offers en-suite double and twin rooms.

Long Mountain Bed and Breakfast, Hope

This purpose-built bed and breakfast has three en-suite bedrooms with a private sitting room and free wifi. Special diets including vegetarian, vegan and gluten free (coeliac) are catered for.


Dining

The Checkers, Montgomery

One of only four Michelin star restaurants in Wales, the Checkers serves classic French dishes with local produce.

Sweeny Hall, Oswestry

A short hop across the border, Sweeny Hall is a beautiful country house that offers fine dining in a wonderful setting.

Lowfield Inn, Marton

Lowfield Inn is an atmospheric pub that was rebuilt in 2008. It provides high quality local food and a cozy atmosphere.


Car hire

Border Garage is half way between Welshpool and the airport. They offer a wide range of vehicles for hire including family cars, 4x4s and minivans. They can delivery vehicles to the airport so you can hop into a waiting car just as soon as you have paid your landing fee.


Cycle hire

Brooks Cycles in Welshpool offer bikes to suit all tastes, whether you’re looking for a family day out or are a future Bradley Wiggins. Their knowledgeable staff can also offer you guidance on where you can go and what you can see.


Taxis

Stonebridge Taxis – 01938 555119

Amber Cabs – 01938 556611

Castle Cabs – 01938 555343

MC 2 Taxi – 01938 552277