Llandrindod Wells Golf Course was designed by six times open champion Harry Vardon and altered some years later by James Braid, to produce a superb course of 18 holes, almost 5800 yards in length (par 69).
Sitting on the hill above the town, it affords spectacular views as you play. There is an open week Festival of Golf in the first week of June. Visitors are welcome.
Phil Price’s Rally School is 15 miles away at Llangunllo.
The rally stages were specifically designed by Phil and used by club men and top world rally teams for pre-event practice and testing. The School offers a day’s course in Rally driving for complete beginners – it is great fun and you get the ride of your life!
Fishing is available on the world renowned Wye and its tributaries. A passport scheme allows access to a wide range of rivers and streams. Wye and Usk Foundation: 01874 712074. Email: .
Brown trout fishing is available on the Elan Valley Reservoirs and the rivers Wye, Elan and Marteg, and Rainbow trout fishing at Llyngwyn. Permits available from Powell’s Newsagent, Rhayader. All controlled by Rhayader and Elan Valley Angling Assocation. Tel: 01597 810383.
A 40 minute drive away is Llyn Clywedog Reservoir with stunning scenery. Regularly stocked. Permits available (Bank and Boat) from Woosnam & Davies (Newsagents), 40-41 Longbridge Street, Llanidloes. Controlled by: Llanidloes & District Angling Association.
Spring Rock Fishery, Llandegley. The lake is roughly 2.5 acres in size and is fully designed underneath, jammed packed with features such as plato’s gravel bars and pits.
It is stocked with carp up to 24lb consisting of mirrors, commons, crucians, ghosts and koi.
Llandrindod Wells Bowling Club is the largest bowling club in Wales. There are 3 greens of international standard catering for all levels of competition.
A major venue, the club is host to national, international and county bowling events throughout the season, as well as club competition.
Things to do
The ultimate get away
Places to visit
Radnorshire is a county of rolling hills with river valleys, farmsteads, quiet country lanes and historic market towns.
There are plenty of activities around the area, fishing, riding, golf, bowls, clay pigeon shooting, or even rally driving.
Radnorshire offers superb off the beaten track walking, whether you want a gentle stroll or a day’s hike, there is something to suit everyone.