Originally built as a school KILSBY is steeped in local history and surrounded by beautiful scenery, magnificent views and has abundant wildlife. For walking, fishing in the Wye Valley, bird-watching and general outdoor pursuits in the Cambrian Mountains look no further for a relaxing place to stay in beautiful surroundings. For cyclists there is miles of on and off road routes and Route 8 of the National Cycle Network passes through here or try the exciting single track trails in the nearby Trallwm Forest. Extensive off-road parking means you can leave your car here and walk the hills, photograph the birds or fish the River Irfon without having to drive. Just over a mile from the town of Llanwrtyd Wells Kilsby is within walking distance of several restaurants and welcoming pubs, one with its own micro brewery.
Directions & MapNearest town or village: Llanwrtyd Wells
Llanwrtyd Wells is on the A483 between Builth Wells and Llandovery. At Llanwrtyd take the Dolecoed Road opposite the Red Kite Statue and after 1 mile fork right at the sign for Kilsby
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