To complement these natural wonders is a plethora of activities. Llandrindod Wells boasts indoor and outdoor bowling greens, floodlight tennis courts, 18 hole golf course and activity playground. See the Dragon of the Lake, the Chalybeate spout of Rock Park, and Lover’s Leap while enjoying the historic architecture of Llandrindod Well’s Victorian buildings.
For more information explore the town’s website
Llandrindod Wells’ The Lakeside Boathouse offers varies types of paddle, kayak and SUP boat hire. Courses available also along with Fishing, cycling and bushcraft, subject to availability.
Get in touch with the past while exploring Llandrindod Wells. Starting from The Metropole Hotel and Spa, look out for QR codes on windows, fences, doors, walls, gateposts and noticeboards bringing history to your mobile. Visit HistoryPoints.org for further locations around the UK
Only a 25 minute drive to Elan Valley Estate which has International Dark Sky status. 45,000 acres of nature to relax and enjoy the clear night skies or observe local wildlife in the day.
The collection houses one of the largest and most comprehensive collections in the UK, including examples from 1819 through to the present day. A two minute walk from The Metropole Hotel and Spa.
One minute walk from The Metropole Hotel and Spa, the museum holds artefacts relating to the former county of Radnorshire, Archaeological and Palaeontological artefacts and items from the local ruins of Roman fort Castell Collen.
Situated in the centre of Llandrindod Wells and open to non-members from £4 per hour. Shoes and bowls available free of charge subject to availability. Excellent facilities for wheelchair access.