A picturesque market town notable for its timber-framed buildings, Llanidloes is ideally suited to walking holidays. It lies near two long-distance walking routes and is also a convenient base for visiting attractions such as Lyn Clywedog, Talley Abbey and Carreg Cenan Castle.
A border conservation town, Montgomery lies next to the historic remains of the Offa's Dyke Path. Topped by the ruins of its hill top castle, Montgomery boasts an attractive mixture of Georgian, Tudor and Victorian architecture.(4 votes)
A somewhat sleepy litte town, Newtown is the former capital of the Welsh textile industry. The town is now best known for Robert Owen, a great social reformer who was born and buried here.(2 votes)
The main town in Montgomeryshire, Welshpool is the first point of call for most visitors arriving from England. They are rewarded with the spectacular view of Powis Castle, one of the most impressive castles in Wales. Visitors here can also visit the Powysland Museum or take a trip on the Welshpool & Llanfair Railway to the quiet village of Llanfair Caereinion, suited to walking.(2 votes)
Walking around Culross is to tour a town which has seemingly stood still in time. This wee Royal Burgh has preserved both its structure and an archite ....Read more
Perched upon a cliff top protecting the medieval road to the Highlands, Stirling Castle has witnessed some of the most important events in Scotland's ....Read more
The remains of St Andrews Castle lie on a headland overlooking the coast. Protected by the sea on all but one side, St Andrews Castle was a strong fo ....Read more
Gardenstown like its neighbours Pennan and Crovie is a wee coastal village situated precariously close to the water. The little village provides the ....Read more