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Food and drink

There is a wide variety of pubs and restaurants in the area, catering for all tastes and pockets:

In Llandrindod Wells

Bradleys Tapas Bar serving a range of tapas, excellent coffee and cakes, wines and sherrys.  A recent and welcome addition to Llandrindod Wells.

Fabian’s Kitchen serves excellent home cooked meals and a good selection of wines all very reasonably priced.

The Metropole Hotel for food either in the dining room or in Spencer’s Brasserie.

There are several cafes and coffee shops in Llandrindod including one overlooking the lake. The Herb Garden is particularly good.

Arvon Ales, wonderful small micro-pub serving good quality and real ales. Carry out beer available. Dog and child friendly. They have live music nights.

Zeera – Indian Restaurant – we get some good feedback from guests.

The Golf Club does food and is within walking distance – about a mile and a quarter.

In Howey

Within walking distance about a mile and a quarter down the back lane

The Drovers Thai Restaurant. It has an excellent reputation, many guests have commented that it is one of the best Thai meals they have eaten. They also do an excellent takeaway but you need to either call them or call in to order as it is all made fresh to order.

Other places in the area

The Fforest Inn, Llanfihangel-Nant-Melan. (about 25 minutes away). Excellent local pub, character interior, good food, warm welcome serving food (lunches and suppers). Check opening times. Dogs welcome. 01544 350526.

The Hundred House Inn, (about 20 minutes away) Hundred House.  Good local pub, recently renovated and under new management, roaring fire, warm welcome, food and ales. Open Monday – Sunday for lunches and suppers – dependent on the season, check first. 01982 570446

The Seven Stars, Aberedw, (about 20 minutes away). A traditional Welsh rural inn. Suppers and lunches served. Suppers every day 6pm onwards. Saturday and Sunday lunches, but check opening times. 01982 560762

The Triangle Inn, Rhayader. Good for visiting the Elan Valley. 16th Century Drovers Inn. Real ales.

The Harp, Old Radnor. (about 25 minutes away) A lovely old pub with splendid views. Excellent restaurant and good wines and real -ales. Great just for a beer and sitting either around the fire or on the green outside with the Radnor Valley spread below you or a great place for an evening meal.

The Stagg, Titley (about 40 minutes). Renowned restaurant,  excellent food, great atmosphere and not too expensive.

Foyles Restaurant, Glasbury on Wye. HR3 5HL 01497 847550. (about 35 minutes)
A really lovely place to call in for coffee or afternoon tea and great for lunches and dinners. It’s an old building which has been restored well with a modern feel and good decoration which creates a excellent atmosphere. The food is good and is not too expensive.

The Felin Fach Griffin between Builth Wells and Brecon (about 40 minutes)

Hay on Wye is about 45 minutes away and had a wide range of pubs, cafes and restaurants.

Eating in

We are blessed with small food shops as well as two supermarkets, Aldi and Tesco. We hope our guests will use the local shops, apart from providing excellent quality food, it also supports our local community.

There is a fresh fish stall in the Friday market (you need to be there early) and a fruit and veg stall in the car park the other side of the railway line, on the road down to Tesco.

There is also a WI cake stall on a Friday morning in the alleywayn almost opposite the Post office. Wonderful home made cakes, pies and scones and farm fresh eggs.

Butchers: J Williams –Temple Street. Locally reared meat and home made sausages.

Delicatessan: Vans Good Food Store – Middleton Street. Cheeses, coffees, chocolate, dried fruit, flours, herbs and spices, olives, wines, ice creams, yoghurts, herbal medicines.

J & O Davies (on corner opposite post office) Fresh bread, organic meat, biscuits and all the basic food stuffs.

Around the area

Radnorshire is one of the old counties, which together with Brecknockshire and Montgomeryshire make up the county of Powys in Mid Wales. Radnorshire is a county of rolling hills with river valleys, farmsteads, quiet country lanes and historic market towns.

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.

Food and Drink

There is a wide variety of pubs and restaurants in the area, catering for all tastes and pockets.