Builth Wells Certificated Locations
The ancient market town of Builth Wells was once popular among the Victorians and Edwardians due to its natural springs.
These days, it's a bustling spot that's popular among outdoor enthusiasts thanks to its wide choice of walking and cycling routes. The Wye Valley Walk is part of a 136-mile trail that follows the River Wye through verdant landscapes - and it offers plenty of picturesque views.
The Groe is a large park, which is home to a stone circle, a war memorial, beautiful redwood trees and plenty of open space.
Art lovers should be sure to visit the Wyeside Arts Centre, which presents films, live music, theatre and dance performances, as well as comedy nights. Be sure to also look out for the huge mural on the side of the Lion Hotel - it depicts 13th-century hero Llywelyn ap Gruffydd.