Montgomery is a former county town surrounded by the unspoilt marches borderland. It's a beautiful gateway to Mid Wales, offering the perfect route to Lake Vyrnwy, Llanrhaeadr Waterfall and Snowdonia National Park.
Montgomery is a town steeped in history, having long been fought over by the English and the Welsh. The town has plenty to explore with its own castle, a beautiful church, gift shops and galleries, coffee shops, Bunners - the famous Ironmongers and The Old Bell Museum.
Those wishing to enjoy a good walk can explore the historic Offas Dyke, the short (but steep!) stroll up to Montgomery Castle and the beautiful views from Montgomery Monument. Mitchells Fold Stone Circle, The Stiperstones and Corndon Hill are also beautiful spots to visit with lots of public foot paths to explore.
Local Towns & Villages
Historic Shrewsbury and food lovers Ludlow are both within twenty miles, while the small towns of Welshpool with the stunning Powis Castle, the pretty village of Berriew and Bishops Castle are all well worth a visit.
Gardens & Nurseries
Glansevern Gardens extend over twenty acres with a stunning lake and gentle walk to the edge of the River Severn. If you are looking for a day with a difference you could tailor your visit to Glansevern Gardens and incorporate some time at Solo Qui, a venue where you can try a variety of activities in an atmosphere of absolute luxury. Choose your experience to suit your tastes and feel indulged and inspired.
The Lakeside Golf Club near Garthmyl, St Giles Golf Club near Newtown and Welshpool Golf Club all offer some of the best courses in mid Wales.