Located in the ancient kingdom of Arwystli, this sleepy market town has plenty of lovely traditional eating and drinking establishments to choose from; with the highest ration of pub to person ratio in the country! Visitors can also stroll along the medieval cobbled streets and spot the eye catching black and white time framer buildings.
The first town on the River Severn, this is a popular base used by hikers wishing to explore the Cambrian Mountains, and there are over 30 marked walking routes around the town, many of which link up with other smaller villages nearby. Also passing through the town are the national trails Glyndwr\'s Way and Severn Way.
The Hafren Forest is a short drive from the town, a haven for watching red kites and the lake at Llyn Clywedog has sailing opportunities and fishing available through the local angling society. The old Market Town houses the Llanidloes Museum of Local History and Industry, this venue is packed with fascinating artefacts and educational displays. Plas Dinam country house offers horse riding, off road karting and country sport days.