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Severn Valley & UNESCO Dyfi Biosphere - Day 1

A 3 day short break in Mid Wales with places to stay and things to do. Charge your car at our suggested overnight stop. Day 1 Welshpool to the Machynlleth and the UNESCO Dyfi Biosphere

MorningMorning

Start your day in Welshpool, you'll be in good company Royal visitors can be traced all the way back to Henry Tudor who camped outside the town on his way to the Battle of Bosworth in 1536. Now a thriving town with an indoor market and a range of shopping opportunities. A quick stop in the Tourist Information Centre, to find out more about the town.
Next stop - Powis Castle, the Gardens and Castle are a delight to wander around at any time of year.
Welshpool TIC

Welshpool Tourist Information Centre

The expert and welcoming staff at Welshpool Tourist Information Centre offer independent assistance with the planning of routes and the booking of accommodation and of information on places or events to visit.
 
Powis Castle

Powis Castle

Powis Castle, built circa 1200, began life as the medieval fortress of the Welsh Princes of Powys. The world-famous gardens, overhung with clipped yews, shelters rare plants laid out under the influence of Italian and French styles.
 

LunchLunch

Time for lunch, after taking in the gardens and history of this fascinating building, Lady Henrietta's restaurant at Powis Castle uses many local ingredients in cooking their delicious meals.
Lady Henrietta's Cafe

Lady Henrietta's Restaurant at Powis Castle

Powis Castle’s restaurant has long been acknowledged as an example of excellence. Enjoy a variety of traditional dishes made with local, seasonal ingredients such as organic Welsh black beef, sourced from a local farm.
 

AfternoonAfternoon

Take your time travelling from Welshpool to Machynlleth. Enjoy the quiet roads that make the drive part of your holiday and not just a way to get about.

Arriving in the Machynlleth in the heart of the UNESCO Dyfi Biosphere, you can make an afternoon visit to nearby Centre for Alternative Technology and discover all you need to know about eco technology and lifestyles.

Other places to visit in nearby Corris are King Arthur's Labyrinth where you can follow the legend of King Arthur's travels or for something completely different the Corris Mine Explorers will take you into the abandoned workings of an old slate mine.

Visit the Corris Craft Centre to find local craft producers including the award-winning Dyfi Distillery - a wonderful place to browse and find that perfect reminder of your visit.

For afternoon tea, try Y Crochan Cafe at Corris Craft Centre
Centre for Alternative Technology

Centre For Alternative Technology

The Centre for Alternative Technology (CAT) is a world-renowned eco centre with seven acres of hands-on displays, examples of environmentally responsible building, renewable energy, organic gardens and kids’ holiday activities.
 
King Arthur's Labyrinth

King Arthurs Labyrinth

Sail through the magical veil of an underground waterfall into a mythical world filled with dragons, giants, fierce battles and the legendary King Arthur. Welsh legends unfold as you're guided through the Labyrinth by a Dark Age Boatman.
 
Corris Mine Explorers -exploring an old slate mine

Corris Mine Explorers

Delve around the secret underground world of a Welsh slate mine, with one of Wales' top Mine Explorers; abandoned and forgotten yet full of relics, stories & adventure. Get kitted up with helmet,lamp & safety clips for something different..
 
Corris Craft Centre

Corris Craft Centre

Home to 9 Craft Studios and the resident designer-makers. Find unique items handcrafted with care for your home, garden and gifts for others. You can also have fun making your own crafts.
 
Y Crochan cafe at the Corris Craft Centre

Y Crochan Cafe

Our all-day menu features lots of fresh, seasonal and local produce. Call in for morning coffee, lunches and afternoon tea whilst enjoying the surrounding 9 Craft Studios and a range of visitor experiences including King Arthur's Labyrinth.
 

EveningEvening

The Wynnstay was originally built at the end of the 18th Century, as a town house, the individuality reflects the independence of the spirit that characterises the area.

An attractive award winning restaurant serving the very best of local dishes and cosy bar and lounge make a visit to the Wynnstay an absolute must.
wynnstay

The Wynnstay

Head Chef Gareth Johns follows the Slow Food Principles of “Good, Clean and Fair” and the menu represents a personal distillation of nearly 30 years experience based very firmly on fantastic Welsh produce.
 

OvernightOvernight

You'll find a great selection of places to stay in and around Machynlleth
Old Vicarage

The Old Vicarage, Corris

The Old Vicarage, Corris was built 1875, has been completely renovated in the last year. It has 4 large bedrooms, a guest lounge offering first class accommodation and hospitality.
 
 

Details of Number Twenty OneNumber Twenty One

Using the finest locally sourced Welsh ingredients, we offer an exciting mix of traditional and modern cuisine, served in a relaxing, contemporary venue situated in the historical town centre.

Pop in and and try our coffee selections and freshly baked cakes, which will be offered throughout the day, alongside our lunchtime and evening meals. We look forward to your visit!

View key to symbolskeyChildren welcomeDogs not accepted (except guidedogs)Smoking not allowed

Contact

Laura Warren-Kyle
Tel: 01654 703382

View the Number Twenty One websitewww.numbertwentyone.co.uk
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Venue

Number Twenty One

21 Heol Maengwyn, Machynlleth, Powys, SY20 8AE

SY20 8AEwww.numbertwentyone.co.uk

Map reference: SH 745007
     Lat: 52.59040  Long: -3.85298
Number Twenty One is located in the town of Machynlleth which is situated on the main A487 and A489 roads.
There is on-street parking on the main high street as well as a car park located close to the town centre.
It is also served by the train station which is located to the north of the town as well as additional local public transport.

www.traveline-cymru.info

Parking : with charge

Public Transport : Machynlleth station

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