Mid-Wales Adventures

Mid-Wales Adventures

Walking and Foraging Holidays in Mid-Wales

Walking holidays

Small group walking holidays, led by an expert hill walking instructor, fully catered and all from the comfort of a cosy and comfortable hotel.
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Foraging holidays

Spend a weekend at a cosy and comfortable hotel learning how to forage for food, drink and medicine safely, legally and responsibly.
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Wellness holidays

Build a shelter to stay in, make fire, forage for food and cook it all at our purpose built wild camping site.
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Spectacular Mid-Wales

The hidden gem of the UK

Mid-Wales really is the forgotten gem of the UK, and nestled in the Irfon valley of Mid-Wales sits the village of Llangammarch Wells. The smallest of the four Mid-Wales spa towns, Llangammarch is a peaceful haven of wildlife and natural beauty with the rivers Irfon and Cammarch running through the village (and on to the river Wye), and the Epynt mountains bordering to the South. All of this makes it the perfect spot for outdoor pursuits away from the crowds.

The Cammarch Hotel

Your Accommodation

Priding itself on a home from home atmosphere and high standards of hospitality and service the Cammarch offers a warm and welcoming greeting to everyone. We can to accommodate up to 30 guests in comfortable and cosy accommodation, across a range of well-appointed en-suite rooms. The Cammarch is ideally situated in the heart of Llangammarch Wells, whether you chose to travel by rail (with the station just 100 yards from our front door) or by road (for which we have ample parking and an electric charging point).
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Getting here

The Heart of Wales

Llangammarch Wells is easily accessible by road from the A470 in Builth Wells, but we also have our own train station of the Heart of Wales line which runs from Shrewsbury to Swansea. This means you can get here easily on public transport too.