Welshpool in General Reviews
Newest Review: ... at the Royal Oak myself, but I have dined there and I have nothing but praise for their lovely menu and good service. As for other eateries in Welshpool, there are plenty- mostly cafes with the odd small restaurant thrown in. The Pinewood bakery/cafe deserves a special mention for it's cakes (I am rather fond of the oddly named "Japs", which are some previously unheard of concoction of meringue, cream and chocolate). There are a range of pubs in the town centre, with various different attractions in many (real ales, live sport, pool tables etc), so you're sure to find something to suit you. There are takeaways in Welshpool if t... more
Customer Welshpool in General Reviews (2)
by - written on 30/06/10 (Very useful, 64 readings)
I will go ahead and say that when I first visited Welshpool I was pretty certain that there would be nothing of interest there for me. It looked like a standard kind of small town, very few recognisable-name high street shops and rather middle aged. However, my opinion has changed a great deal since moving into the area. Welshpool is only just over the border into Wales, but is undeniably Welsh; in quiet moments at the bank you sometimes catch the cashiers chatting in their native tongue! Welshpool is surrounded by countryside, which opens up activity options straight away if you're a fan of the outdoors. There are campsites and caravan parks ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/07/05 (Very useful, 1584 readings)
If you havenít been to Mid Wales yet you should start making plans now. It is surely one of the most beautiful and uncrowded areas in the UK. And the gateway is a pool. Or to be precise, a Welsh pool. On any map itís known and as Welshpool and can be found just three miles from the English border, and 19 miles west of Shrewsbury. To a number of locals it is known as Y Trallym, and it used to be known by all as Pool until 1835. However, the rise in popularity of Poole in Dorset persuaded the town that it should be known as Welshpool to avoid the inevitable confusion (the lack of a nearby sea should have been enough of a hint in my mind). ... Read the complete review
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