Cain Valley Hotel
The Cain Valley hotel, Llanfyllin is a traditional 17th Century coaching inn, steeped in character and fantasticly placed as a touring base for North Wales, Shropshire and beyond.
Secure bike parking
Parking is great with an enclosed courtyard around the back of the hotel with both a covered area and lockable garage for your bikes.
Great, local food
We offer a comprehensive menu of home cooked meals, made with locally sourced ingredients wherever possible. Vegetarians are also well catered for.
Llanfyllin itself is a charming town surrounded by the gentle rolling hills typical of the Mid-Wales borders, it is an ideal centre for exploring Mid-Wales, Snowdonia and the Welsh Coast.
Nearby Points of Interest
Welshpool & Llanfair Railway (9 miles)
The Narrow Gauge railway runs, throughout the season, from Welshpool to Llanfair Caereinion through very picturesque Scenery.
Lake Vyrnwy (10 miles)
In 1888 a dam was built at Llanwyddyn and the centre of the former village was drowned to form a reservoir to supply Liverpool with water. It is a place of great beauty and also a nature reserve. The RSPB in conjunction with Severn Trent, has an exhibition centre at the end of the dam with look-out point and bird hives along the lake-side
Llanrhaedr Waterfall (10 miles)
One of the Seven Wonders of Wales! The waterfall cascades 240ft over the rock face and is situated at the far end of a re- mote valley which leads from the village of Llanrhaedr There is a path leading to the top of the waterfall and the ascent is well worth making for the rewarding view.
Powys Castle (12 miles)
This inhabited, medieval castle is a National Trust Property situated just outside Welshpool, some 12 miles from Llanfyllin, is set in beautiful terraced gardens. There is a National Trust Shop and Tea Shop in the Grounds. The Castle is closed in winter.
Plan your route to/from Llanfyllin with MotoGoLoco Maps.