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Location

 

The Automobile Palace, Temple Street,
Llandrindod Wells, Powys, LD1 5DL, Wales
Telephone / Fax: +44 (0) 1597 825531



by road:  Llandrindod Wells is situated on the A483  
Example journey times: Seven Bridge - 2 hrs,
Chester - 2 hrs, Birmingham - 2½ hrs.
OS ref: SO 057 605  Latitude: 52.23N, Longitude: 3.38W

by bike:  The NCC is approximately 4 miles off Route 8
of the National Cycle Network, a comprehensive network of safe and attractive places to cycle throughout the UK.
For more information take a look at the Button link to Sustrans web site  Sustrans website

by rail:  Situated on the Shrewsbury to Swansea line.
Arriva Trains Wales
For a superb guide on the Heart of Wales Railway
www.heart-of-wales.co.uk
For an excellent history of Powys visit
http://history.powys.org.uk
Powys hotels and tourist information
http://www.somewheretogo.co.uk/powys.html
Llandrindod Wells map click for a street plan showing the location of the NCC
Click on the map for a street plan showing the location of the NCC

Image produced from the
Ordnance Survey Get-a-map service.
Image reproduced with kind permission of
Ordnance Survey
and
Multi-Map

A charming spa town with terraces of late Victorian and Edwardian houses, and the grand hotels, it is an ideal centre for exploring mid Wales. The town has its own museum and the unique signal box museum. The annual Victorian Festival recreates the atmosphere of this fascinating period in the towns history.

 

For more details go to www.victorianfestival.co.uk or contact the Tourist Information Centre in Llandrindod on +44 (0) 1597 822600