Greylands Guesthouse

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Having taken over the guesthouse in early 2017, Lynda and Larnie bring their own character to the place to offer accommodation in Llandrindod Wells with the friendly approach of a family run bed and breakfast, combined with the efficiency and comfort you may associate with larger establishments.

Having learned their skills training as chefs, working for many years in high profile hotels, Lynda and Larnie pride themselves on helping guests to feel welcome, providing first class surroundings, comfort, peace and quiet. When you first encounter the extensive choice at breakfast in Greylands, you will appreciate the years of training that have been put in to qualify as chefs. Don't forget to mention any special dietary requirements, food allergies or intolerances when booking. Everything is bought in freshly, so all needs can be accommodated.

Having a conference or meeting?
For conferences of up to 12-15 people, thanks to relationships with local commercial centres, the Greylands team can put together conference packages including meeting rooms, accommodation and catering. Llandrindod Wells is a popular venue for conferences as it is centrally placed, has a good choice of venues and provides plenty in the way of entertainment outside working hours. Just call us on the number shown, or click in the header of any page to email us and talk over your conference needs.

Great deals for parties
With so much to see in the area, Llandrindod Wells attracts a wide variety of special interest parties from walkers and bird watchers to cyclists, classic car and motorcycle clubs. If you are getting a party together to visit the town, give us a call or send an email so that we can tell you about our special rates for group bookings. Just another reason to smile when you visit Llandrindod Wells.

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Spectacular wildlife action as the Red Kites of the Gigrin Centre in Rhayader swoop for food

Gigrin Farm is a 160 acre family-run working farm, now famous for its Red Kite Feeding Centre. Hundreds of Red Kites feed here every day. It is a truly breathtaking spectacle which has to be witnessed for oneself to fully appreciate the awesome majesty of these amazing birds of prey.The Red Kite Centre is located in the most beautiful countryside, in the heart of Mid Wales, overlooking both the Wye and Elan Valleys, and just half a mile from the market town of Rhayader. The Kites are fed once daily. There are general hides for you to watch from, as well as specialist photographic hides, all of which are just a few metres away from where the Red Kites are fed.
Llandrindod Wells is Wales' most central town. Known locally as "Llandod" it was developed as a spa town in the 19th century, and then benefited from a further boom in the late 20th century as a centre of local government.

The "healing qualities" of the local spring waters attracted visitors to the area during the mid 18th century. As a result the town enjoyed an economic boom and a number of hotels were built. During the "season" between May and mid-September, visitors to Llandrindod would take the waters at the pump rooms at the Rock Park and Pump House Hotel entertained by orchestras, and in its heyday the resort enjoyed a vast array of activities ranging from golf to horse racing! It is estimated that at its peak, the town attracted some 900,000 visitors a year.

Most of the towns architecture dates from the boom periods of the Victorian and Edwardian eras when ornate hotels and shops were built including the Albert Hall theatre. There are also buildings in the Art Deco style including two striking former garages. Notably, Tom Norton's Automobile Palace has a beautifully preserved curved frontage. In the early 20th century it was possible to go there and buy an aeroplane over the counter before flying it home with only the most cursory instructions in the field behind. This magnificent building is now home to a number of businesses and the National Cycle Collection.

The two World Wars of the 20th century saw visitors of a very different kind descending on Llandrindod, when soldiers on training courses were billeted in hotels and boarding houses. Also refugees and wounded soldiers were accommodated in the town.

During the 1970s the mid wales area became popular with hippies and those seeking out an alternative, artisan lifestyle. Many of these settled permanently in the region, and in Llandrindod one of the first whole food shops and cafes in Wales was established, and is still going strong today. Other settlers have created a wealth of craft industries around the town and there is a relaxed atmosphere conducive to creativity.

The historic Rock Park in the town and its man-made lake remain popular places to visit. In the centre of this lake, used for fishing and model boating, is a striking sculpture of a water serpent and leaping carp. The scales for these sculptures are made of thousands of copper plates initialled by local people and visitors during construction of the work.

Today Llandrindod is a busy market town, holding an open-air market once a week on a Friday, and being in a central location is a thriving conference and business meeting destination. Indeed, following devolution in Wales, Llandrindod has developed a reputation for being the place where important decisions are made by political parties.

The town boasts an international standard outdoor bowling green dating from 1912 which regularly hosts national and international events, along with a newer indoor bowling centre. Llandrindod hosts the Heart of Wales Walking Festival annually, the Victorian Festival at the end of August, and is a regular venue for the start/finish of many national car, bike and motor cycle rallies.

Visit Llandrindod Wells Farmers Market held in Middleton Street 9am-1pm on the last Thursday of the month for fresh local produce including meats, cheeses and artisan bread.

If you are looking for a comfortable, friendly place to stay with good access to the Llandrindod Wells area, Greylands Guest House in Llandrdindod Wells offers a convenient local base with single, double, twin or family rooms, modern facilities and a quiet location.

Greylands Guest House offers plenty of room, a warm welcome, great breakfast, close to many activities and places of interest near or in Llandrindod WellsThere is plenty here to interest walkers, cyclists, bird watchers, motorcyclists, anglers, golfers and bowls players. The scenery and wildlife variety in the area is outstanding and there is plenty to do whatever the weather.

For reservations call us on 01597 822253 or click in the header of any page to email