PONY TREKKING ON SITE
Powis Castle - a hidden gem with world famous terraced gardens and a furnished medieval castle
Border Quad Trekking and Paintballing - Just a five minute drive away.
Lake Vyrnwy - a manmade lake with stunning scenery and wonderful bird watching with an RSPB reserve. You can cycle round the lake on hired bikes and enjoy a picnic.
Llanfair Light Railway - an exciting day out to enjoy the transport of bygone days
Market Towns -
Coed y Dinas, Welshpool - for all your shopping needs, garden, home and countryside living.
The Old Station Welshpool - home to the Edinburgh Woollen Mill Shop a must for the shoppers amongst you and there is also a well-stocked golfing shop.
Derwen Garden Centre - a local garden centre with an array of plants, gifts and lovely tearoom.
Offas Dyke - for the energetic ones this is only a couple of miles away from Long Mountain
Llangollen - home of the International Eisteddfod and Pontcysyllte Aqueduct
Llanrhaedr Water Falls - the highest waterfall in Wales
Walking - lots of places to walk to enjoy our beautiful countryside
Portmeirion - on the shores of Snowdonia, a beautiful village well worth a visit.
Snowdonia - stunning scenery and a train ride to the top if you are not so energetic to walk, not to be missed
Shropshire Hills - the chance to walk for miles!!
Dining Out -
The cock Inn at Brokton (walking distance) 01743 891969 SY5 9HU FAB SMALL COUNTRY PUB GOOD PUB FOOD take away
The Yockleton arms (10mins take away) 01743 821491 SY5 GREAT FOOD(takeaway available)
The Lowfield Marton (10mins drive away ) 01743 891313 SY218JX GREAT FOOD FAMILY FREINDLY
The Miners Arms Priest Weston SY156DF 01938 561352 (Well worth a visit especially on Pizza nights (takeaway available)
The Windmill Rowton (10 mins) 01743 884234 SY59EJ GREAT FOOD
The Beach -
Aberystwyth/Borth - 90 mins
Barmouth - 70 mins
Historical market towns castles parks roman ruins close to the OFFAS DYKE Fantastic walks golf pony trekking on site, County shows working farms swimming paragliding fishing quad biking kayaking paint balling and lots more available once you re here. We are always happy to book ahead for you or give you contact details.
Welshpool is just 6 miles away with its famous Powys castle why not visit its spectacular gardens or, renowned country and western festival held annually every July
Just a few 13 miles away is Shrewsbury one of England s medieval market towns. Shrewsbury is in fact the birthplace of Charles Darwin, with its cobbled streets historic castle and famous flower show it s well worth a visit
To the south of Long mountain, we have the historic town of Ludlow you can spend the day exploring the castle or even visit the Ludlow race course
Border quad trekking
Long mountain pony trekking
The iron works Oswestry www.britishironworkcentre.co.uk
Iron bridge museums
Here at Long Mountain Centre, we take great pride in all our surroundings, by taking care of all our fields and stunning views, day and night with no noise or light pollution. With our eco-friendly team of professionals on hand to help keep the Shropshire hills to the cleanest they can be, you and your guests will be more than happy with our natural environment.
We take great care in all energy that we use at Long Mountain Centre, as we try our very best to keep all energy to a minimum, by doing this we need your help. With kindly asking you to turn off all appliances and lights when they are not needed or when you are leaving your cabin.
01743 891 274 or 07813 008 486.