Llanwrtyd Wells is the smallest town in Britain. Surrounded by the unspoilt, beautiful Cambrian Mountains. Popular with walkers, cylists and pony trekkers alike. With a history dating back to the Stone Age, there are a wealth of historic buildings and sites to explore particularly churches. During Victorian times this town reached its heyday due to the Spa waters and the clean air of the Welsh countryside.
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