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Llangammarch Wells is the smallest of the four spa towns/villages of Mid Wales, the others being Llandrindod Wells, Builth Wells and Llanwrtyd Wells. The spa was focused on a barium well, which is now closed.

The village lies on the River Irfon south-west of Builth Wells and east of Llanwrtyd Wells and has a population of just under 500. The old village is centred on the parish church of St Cadmarch, which is a grade II* listed building.

Nestled in the foothills of Mynydd Epynt, Llangammarch Wells is close to the Epynt Way, a fantastic resource for walkers, cyclists and riders with its waymarked routes and stunning scenery, and is 8 miles from Builth Wells, the home of the Royal Welsh Show.

Llangammarch Wells is the ideal venue for the fisherman with many miles of river available to fish for trout, chub, grayling and late season salmon. Both day and season tickets are available.

The village benefits from a railway station on the Heart of Wales line which runs from Shrewsbury to Swansea and lies on Route 43 of the National Cycle Network





Location and nearby places


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Map reference: SN 936471  Lat: 52.11230 Long: -3.55502


Turn south of the A483 Builth Wells to Llanwrtyd Wells road at Garth.

Parking: free

Accessible by Public Transport: 0 miles from Llangammarch station

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