How to find us

By train: Arrive Llandrindod Wells and either take a pre-booked taxi or the X47 bus service which departs from the Train Station journey time 8 min.

By Bus: The T4 service operates from Newtown to Llandrindod Wells, journey time 50 mins. By Bus: The T4 service also operates from Cardiff to Llandrindod Wells, journey time approx 3hrs.

Follow the links below to plan your journey:

http://www.traveline-cymru.info/
http://www.thetrainline.com/buytickets/

Local Taxi telephone numbers

Pro cabs 01597 822877
Adey’s Taxis 01597 822118
Newbridge Taxi Services 01597 860187

When you get to Newbridge on Wye take the B4358 (signposted Beaulah) situated at the northern end of the Village. About 200yds down you will see a road on the left hand side with “No Entry” signs and opposite is a small lane, with a footpath sign. Turn into the lane and Orchard House gateway is the first on the left, Reading Room House is the second property on the left. If you miss the turning and get to the river bridge you have gone too far.

Do not rely on your Sat Nav, it will only bring you to our area, not us.

If in doubt, phone 01597 860385

Location

Newbridge-on-Wye

newbridge-on-wyeNestling on the banks of the River Wye, Newbridge is a friendly Village once famous for the biggest Horse Fair in the country. It has 2 pubs, a local shop/post office, Church, Chapel and a Village Hall.


Surrounding Area

llandrindod wellsLlandrindod Wells – Llandrindod Wells is a Victorian Spa town and only 5 miles away. Although the 3 Spa’s are no longer open you can visit the old spa works in rock park where there is a museum. It is a small town with three supermarkets, Tesco, Co-op and Aldi, and numerous pubs and hotels. Market day in Llandrindod is Friday.

builth wellsBuilth Wells – Builth is a pretty little town with the river Wye running through it. It has a main street of local shops and a small Co-op at the petrol station. Builth has many pubs and café’s and places of interest including a Cinema and Theatre. Market day in Builth is Friday.


rhayaderRhayader – Rhayader is the gateway to the Elan Valley and a busy little place. It has more pubs than shops and two mountain bike hire shops. There is a large Spar but no supermarket and some interesting local shops. Rhayader is 9 miles north of Newbridge.

There are many other places to visit within easy reach of Newbridge, such as Llanwrtyd Wells the smallest town in Britain where the bog snorkelling and man versus horse race are held and Hay on Wye where the Literary festival is held annually, and you will find more information in the Tourist information file.

We hope you enjoy your stay in the beautiful Wye Valley.

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