Pubs & Restaurants

Here are some fantastic places to eat out near Llwyn Madoc, to cafes, fine dining and even a local tapas bar!  We are big fans of stumbling across pubs and eateries in the region, but if you are looking to find something just right then here are some ideas of great place to eat near Llwyn Madoc.

Within 5 miles

The Trout, Beulah

Walking distance from us – very welcoming and serves good pub food. 

 

The Prince Llewelyn, Cilmery

 

Very popular and a good pub menu.

The Red Lion, Llanfan Fawr

An ancient pub, until recently owned by the same family - who still farm the surrounding area – for 350 years. The building dates back to the 15th century. Good, simple pub food. 

The Drovers Rest, Llanwrtyd Wells

 

An excellent restaurant owned by an award-winning chef. 

 

The Lake Hotel, Llangammarch Wells

 

A charming country hotel with an extremely good restaurant.

 

Builth Wells

Has a couple of good cafes – Cwtch and Georgie Porgies – and a number of other pubs and restaurants. 

Further Afield

The Metropole

 

A very large Victorian hotel in Llandrindod Wells, built when this area was thriving, and still serving good food in the bar or restaurant. 

Sugar and Spice

 

Also in Llandrindod, a good café serving light lunches, sandwiches and tapas. 

 

The Felin Fach Griffin

A wonderful pub, this side of Brecon, with a fabulous menu and great atmosphere. 

Hay on Wye

This beautiful market town has a varied and delicious selection of restaurants and cafes – of particular note is Richard Booth’s Bookshop, not just an emporium of new and used books, but also a very good café and cinema! Shepherd’s sells mouth-watering ice-cream made from sheep’s milk but also a selection of light meals. There are plenty of other eating places in the town to tempt you.

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