Maps of :Newtown Tourist Attractions
Map of Newtown Tourist Attractions in Wales >
This map portrays some of the best tourist attractions in Newtown, Wales. Click on our interactive map below to find details of the Attractions in Newtown that are featured in the Walesdirectory. Please click on the 'Map Layers' list on the sidebar to find accommodation close to the attraction displayed on the map.
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Newtown Textile Museum - The Textile Museum is closed to the public in the winter season
We are open from MAY - SEPTEMBER
The museum is open all year for pre-arranged school The Robert Owen Museum - The Robert Owen Museum is in the Town Council building in the centre of Newtown. The Arts and Crafts style building was erected early in the 20th cen CAFCASS, Cymru - Pimento Restaurant - Restaurant in Newtown, Powys, Mid Wales. Cuisine: Modern European. Opening Times: Tues - Sat: 12:00 - 14:00, 19:00 - 22:00.
Welsh Government Offices Rural Payments Division Newtown - Department for the Economy and Transport Department for Chil - Newtown Railway Station - Newtown Railway Station sits on the picturesque Cambrian line, which runs from Shrewsbury to North West Wales and separates into two branches, the coa Maldwyn Leisure Centre - Maldwyn Leisure Centre situated in Newtown (Mid-Wales), is the ideal location for sporting events in Wales and provides excellent facilities for the l St Giles Golf Club - A challenging 9 hole parkland course on the outskirts of the market town of Newtown (quarter-of-a-mile on A483 from Newtown). An attractive parkland Preem - Theatr Hafren - Located in the centre of Wales, just off the A470
North-South road, with a large car park immediately adjacent and well
signposted through Newtown Restaurant at The Old Vicarage Dolfor - There are log fires, a cosy sitting room and a restaurant perfect for a leisurely organic breakfast and candlelit dinners.The views surrounding this N River Severn - The River Severn (Afon Hafren) is the longest British river, at 219 miles long (354km),and could be described as a holiday destination in itself. Wi Dolforwyn Castle - Dolforwyn Castle lies near to the River Severn and is situated to the west of Abermule (Aber-miwl) and to the east of Brynrorin. The remains of this Gregynog Hall - An ancient Hall with a victorian face - wedding and conference venue plus Grade 1 listed garden open to the public. Full events programme throughout Maesmawr Golf Club - 9 hole parkland course. Secretary: Jackie Evans. Caersws Railway Station - Caersws Railway Station sits on the picturesque Cambrian line, which runs from Shrewsbury to North West Wales and separates into two branches, the coa
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