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Powys is a local government principal area and a preserved county in Wales. This area is named after the older Welsh Kingdom of Powys, which occupied the northern two thirds of the area, and came to an end when it was occupied by Llywelyn ap Gruffydd of Gwynedd during the 1260s.

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• Brecon

Brecon, Wales Hotels

Brecon is a historic market town in mid Wales, with a population of roughly 8,000 with around 6,000 in the surrounding area. It is the traditional county town of Brecknockshire, although its role as a county town has diminished since the formation of Powys. A Norman castle built in the 11th century overlooks the town …

• Llandrindod Wells

Llandrindod Wells, Wales Hotels

Llandrindod Wells is a town and community in Powys, within the historic boundaries of Radnorshire, Wales. It serves as the seat of Powys County Council and thus the administrative centre of Powys. It was developed as a spa town in the 19th century, with a boom in the late 20th century …

• Crickhowell

Crickhowell, Wales Hotels

Crickhowell is a town in the traditional county of Brecknockshire, in Powys, mid-Wales. The name is taken from that of the nearby hill fort of Crug Hywel. The town lies on the River Usk, on the southern edge of the Black Mountains and in the eastern part of the Brecon Beacons National Park …

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» Builth Wells

Builth , Wales Hotels

Builth Wells is a town in Powys, traditional county of Brecknockshire, mid Wales, lying on the River Wye. Builth Wells grew as a market town and spa, and is known as the location of the Royal Welsh Showground, home to the Royal Welsh Show (although the showground is actually over the river Wye in Llanelwedd …

» Caersws

Caersws, Wales Hotels

Caersws is a village and community sitting on the River Severn, in the Welsh county of Powys. The prefix is Welsh 'Caer' meaning fort and the village is the location of two Roman forts. Caersws has a railway station on the Cambrian Line from Aberystwyth to Shrewsbury. Caersws F.C. is in the League of Wales football …

» Knighton

Knighton, Wales Hotels

Knighton is a town in Powys, Wales, but also partly in Shropshire, England. It lies on the River Teme and straddles the English-Welsh border; the town's railway station is in Shropshire, as well as part of the town's built up area. The last Saturday in August is the town's annual Carnival and Show, which attracts thousands of visitors …

» Llangammarch Wells

Llangammarch Wells, Wales Hotels

Llangammarch Wells is a village in the parish of Llangammarch in Powys, within the historic boundaries of Brecknockshire, mid Wales, lying on the River Irfon. It is the smallest of the four spa villages of mid-Wales. The spa was focused on a barium well, which is now closed, but the village is still popular with anglers …

» Llanwrtyd Wells

Llanwrtyd Wells, Wales Hotels

Llanwrtyd Wells is a small town in the parish of Llanwrtyd in Powys, in the traditional county of Brecknockshire, mid Wales, lying on the River Irfon. Llanwrtyd Wells grew as a spa town, based around the Ffynon Droellwyd spring, which still exists. The town was also known as an eisteddfod site …

» Llanymynech

Llanymynech, Wales Hotels

Llanymynech is a village straddling the border between Montgomeryshire/Powys, Wales and Shropshire, England about 9 miles north of the Welsh town of Welshpool. The name is Welsh for 'Church of the Monks'. The border runs for the most part down the centre of the village's main street …

» Montgomery

Montgomery, Wales Hotels

Montgomery is a town lying in Powys, Wales. It is known for the remains of its castle, begun in 1233 by Henry III of England, for its well-preserved section of Offa's Dyke and for the old story of 'The Robber's Grave' where no grass will grow. Historically it was the county town of Montgomeryshire …

» Rhayader

Rhayader, Wales Hotels

Rhayader is a busy and historic market town in Mid Wales. It is the first town that lies on the River Wye. Tourism and agriculture are the most important industries locally. Walkers and cyclists are drawn to Rhayader for the abundance of trails and bridleways surrounding the town, which is the gateway to the 'Lakeland of Wales' …

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