The Lion Hotel

Nestled in the heart of the Wye Valley in the historic market town of Builth Wells, The Lion Hotel creates a striking backdrop to the majestic Builth Bridge over the River Wye. Relax, unwind and recharge your batteries with award-winning food and exceptional hospitality at one of Builth Wells' most popular places to eat and stay.

When it comes to getting a good night’s sleep, our bedrooms are the perfect place to enjoy peace and tranquillity. With cosy and comfy beds to snuggle up in, you will soon be drifting off to sleep and wake up fully refreshed in the morning, ready for the day ahead. All our bright and airy rooms come with ensuite bathrooms, TV, Wi-Fi, tea and coffee facilities. We know that you’ll love staying in our homely bedrooms so much, you’ll want to stay longer and come back again.


Starting from £99.00 per person to include 1 nights accommodation bed and breakfast plus 2 rounds of golf.

Starting from £173.00 per person to include 2 nights accommodation bed and breakfast plus 3 rounds of golf.

Attractions in Builth Wells

Erwood Station Gallery

Nestled between Brecon and Builth Wells in the picturesque Wye Valley, this beautifully restored 19th century railway station and carriages shows the very best in contemporary craft paintings and sculpture.Tea room closes at 4:30.

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Welsh Overland Safari

Welsh Overland Safari is an independent travel company offering unique overland guided tours of some of the most beautiful, unspoilt landscapes in Europe, as well as rare natural habitats for wildlife. One of Wales's best kept secrets, the region has a rich and diverse history dating back to well before Roman times. Exploring the rugged mountains, lakes, waterfalls and forests of the area.

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Wyeside Arts Centre

Set in the heart of mid Wales, and perched upon the brink of the picturesque river Wye in the market town of Builth Wells, Wyeside Arts Centre is a presenting venue for live and visual arts and cinema. Wyeside’s varied programme ranges from Cerys Matthews to Tchaikovsky and from Pinter to panto – with the likes of Lucy Porter at the microphone or Courtney Pine on sax.

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