Broneirion is in Llandinam, between Newtown and Llanidloes just off the A470. Turn across the bridge with statue & proceed along road approx 200 yards.
Nearest Airport: Welshpool has a small airport. However, Birmingham International is easily accessable from Mid Wales, approx hour & a half.
Nearest Train Station: Caersws, approx 3 miles from Broneirion has a railway station, with trains running to Aberystwyth/Pwlheli and Birmingham. Newtown which is 8 miles from Broneirion also has a station.
Nearest Bus: Bus stops are situated on the A470, a short walk from Broneirion for local buses & a daily National Express coach service to/from London.
Directions for Coaches to Broneirion Avoiding the 3 Ton weight restriction.
From the South (A470) - turn left by telephone kiosk at Dolwen (approx. 2 miles from Llanidloes) for Oakley Park and travel for approx. 1 1/2 miles - turn right past telephone kiosk for Llandinam approx. 5 miles.
From the North East (A489) - turn right at Railway crossing (approx. 6 miles from Newtown) for Caersws travelling through village turning left following signs for Railway Station, continue along turning left immediately over river bridge and follow the signs to Llandinam (approx. 4 miles.
From the North West (A470) - turn right on approach to Caersws signposted to Trefeglwys (B4569) and continue directions ** above.
Coaches may be reversed into lane beyond the driveway for easier access to the House and the return journey.
Broneirion, originally the home of David Davies the great Victorian entrepreneur, is situated on the side of a wooded valley overlooking the River Severn and the village of Llandinam. It makes a wonderful setting for the Grade 2 listed pale stone coloured House with its Welsh slate roof.
Broneirion is surrounded by over four acres of very beautiful grounds, which look particularly lovely in the Spring when daffodils, rhododendrons and azaleas are in full bloom. The source of the Severn is only a few miles from Llandinam, and the Severn Way Walk passes just above Broneirion. The River Wye also starts from the area. Outdoor Centres are a short drive away, offering such activities as abseiling, sailing, kayaking, etc. Many visitor attractions are within easy travelling distance, as is the coast, nature reserves, historic castles and numerous places to visit and explore. The village of Llandinam offers a pub, church and chapel, a shop & post office selling local produce & groceries. Other shops, including a fish & chip shop, butchers & delicatessen are in nearby Caersws.
Childrens Food Activity Day - 30th March
Vintage Tea Dance - 31st March
Cheesemaking & Lunch - 1st April
Broneirion Food Fair - 4th April
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