Neuadd Arms Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNeuadd Arms Hotel Llanwrtyd Wells
A warm fire to sit and have our beer followed by a very good meal. I had the minted lamb hotpot and Mile the Beef Madras. Both very good comfort food.
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