The village of Llangammarch Wells is situated in the heart of the Irfon Valley, within the historic county of Brecknockshire. It is the smallest of the spa towns of Mid Wales alongside Llantwyrd Wells, Builth Wells and Llandrindod Wells. Spa town was focused on a barium well which is now closed but the village is still popular with visitors and tourists especially Anglers with the River Irfon renowned for its fish stocks running right through the middle of the village to the front of the Aberceiros Inn. The old village is centred around the Parish Church of St Cadmarich. It does benefit from a Railway Station on the heart of Wales line and also lies on route 43 of the National Cycle Network.
The Aberceiros Inn is located on the Cefn Gorwydd Road on the west outskirts of the village overlooking the River Irfon and is an attractive well maintained cottage style pub which has been extended over time.
The property itself appears to be constructed in the main of brick and block with render and colour washed elevations under predominately pitched slate tiled roofs and is presented in excellent condition throughout. Despite currently being closed minimal work would be required before opening and trading.
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