town in Mid Wales, United Kingdom

Builth Wells (the vowels of "Builth" are pronounced like build; Welsh: Llanfair-ym-Muallt) is a market town in Brecknockshire, Wales, UK.

Get inEdit

By carEdit

Two of the main trunk roads though Wales, the A483 Swansea-Chester and the A470 Cardiff-Llandudno, go though the town.

By trainEdit

  • 1 Builth Road railway station. On the Heart of Wales Line from Craven Arms in Shropshire (where there are connections from Shrewsbury) to Llanelli    

Get aroundEdit


  • 1 Builth Castle. The castle build by King Edward I, only the mound on which it stood, the ditches and embankments remain.    



  • Royal Welsh Show: 20–23 July 2020. One of the largest agricultural shows in Europe     (date needs updating)



  • 1 The Lamb, Broad Street. Nic & Petra who have developed an excellent bar snack menu complemented by excellent real ales and a wide range of beers, lagers and cider many on hand pull and are all kept to a very high standard. Well worth a visit when you are in the area especially Welsh Show week and Motorcycle weekend when there is usually a real ale beer festival in the beer garden.



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