Montgomeryshire Tourist Guide

Lifetime Memories in Montgomeryshire County

The Montgomeryshire County is previously an administrative county of Wales and among the historic counties located along the English perimeter. It is also called Maldwyn or Montgomery. The county covers the northern area of the major section of Powys. The environment is forested with lovely views of the valleys, and hills inside the circles of lofty mountains. In the east is the Long Mountains; in the south is Clifaesty Hill; in the west is Plynlimon; and in the north is Berwyn Mountain. So, expect the land to be really rocky and mountainous in features, which makes it a great place for awesome adventures.

Unknown to some foreign travelers, Montgomeryshire has several tourist attractions to experience. For one, the Glansevern Hall Gardens is a perfect garden place for romantic getaways as it is situated on the shore of River Severn. There is also the Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust serving the visitors with sights of endangered species being protected by the organization. The Powysland Museum collects and keeps crafts, memoirs, and other prehistoric information. To experience wild driving in a real Welsh Forest setting, visit the Forest Experience Rally School with champion instructors to guide you. Meanwhile, for a journey through the woodlands, The Welshpool and Llanfair Railways are open for a thrilling adventure by the trains. 

Sports enthusiasts will definitely enjoy Haimwood Sporting, a ground by the riverside providing water activities such as fishing, white water rafting, canoeing and land activities like target shooting, archery, commando games, carting, rock climbing, and several adventurous games for the sporty hearts. And for people who love golf, the Welshpool Golf Club serves your golfing needs. A Kite Country also brings wonderful sights of endangered animals and other wildlife.
Montgomeryshire has other facilities like conference centre, cooking schools, camping or caravan places. The facility of Madian Quads provides quad biking. Plus, The Gables or Pentre Penarth is a great camping site. Other cultural and religious sights are the Andrew Logan Museum of Sculpture, Corris Craft Centre, and Brecon Cathedral.

Accommodations are just around any corner in the county. There are choices for a Bed & Breakfast experience, holiday inns or cottages, and budget to elegant hotel services. Inside these premises is already an absolute display of varied cuisines, but you can still savor eating out in a restaurant with a local setting. Try out the Pinewood dining with its home-baked breads, cookies, cakes, and other pastries. For a home-cooked selection, Peppers Licensed Restaurant serves your taste for home meals. A traditional dining choice for the conservative at heart is The Station Restaurant. There are actually other superb food choices to select from once you see the place.

Once can never be bored in a place like Montgomeryshire. Locals and information centre in the county are always ready to help you find your way. With all its wonderful attractions, fun activities, great getaways, food and accommodation services, and the friendly locals, your once-in-a-lifetime experience will always be far worth remembering and best shared with your family, friends, and loved ones.