Newbridge Farm
Farm Holiday Cottages
Wales Tourist Board Four Stars

As both the rivers Vyrnwy and Banwy flow through Newbridge Farm, it is not surprising that this farm has built a solid reputation amongst anglers, who enjoy pursuing wild brown trout, grayling, chubb, and salmon in the season.

Now visitors can further enjoy this relatively undiscovered corner of rural Wales by staying in one of the newly built farm cottages, within just 200 yards of the rivers. Accommodating up to six people, the cottages are fully equipped, and enjoy fine views across the valley. Children (along with pets) are welcomed, and they will certainly enjoy watching the milking from the purpose-built viewing platform in the milking shed.


The riverside path from the farm brings you to Meifod, where there is a fine old inn and a stylish gallery and gift shop. Pontrobert and Dolanog are also nearby. Just along the road from Newbridge Farm are the visible remains Mathrafal Castle, once the home of Llewelyn, last Prince of Wales, where the National Eisteddfod is to be held in 2003.

John & Eirian Williams
Newbridge Farm
Meifod
Montgomeryshire

Enquiries and bookings:
01938 500376
email : bontnewydd@supanet.com
website : www.newbridgecottages.co.uk


How to find Newbridge Farm

Newbridge Farm is about 2 miles south-west of Meifod, on the A495 between Llansantffraid-ym-Mechain and the A458 near Llanfair Caereinion.





Keen walkers should also note that Glyndwr's Way National Trail passes quite close by. You can also enjoy Powis Castle, the Welshpool & Llanfair Steam Railway, the Montgomeryshire Canal, Lake Vyrnwy and two very good garden centres.