- 5 guest reviews
"A most enjoyable stay in a small village and a very interesting small inn. Convenient for local towns and Powys Castle. Thanks for making us..."
"Great place to stay. Food was very good all freshly cooked, nothing was too much trouble. Will be back again when we are in the area...."
"Very clean hotel and nothing seemed too much trouble for the owners we would defiantly stay again and highly recommend the The Red Lion ...."
"First class Inn, run by lovely people, who were very friendly to us all. Excellent food, and plenty of choice. Spotlessly clean every where...."
"Very accommodating and friendly staff and a lovely sort stay all round. Would highly recommend!..."
About the hotel
The Red Lion village pub in Castle Caereinion has been in the hands of Joan and Richard for many years now. You couldn't wish for a warmer or more friendly local. The evening centre of village life.
It's a place for a quiet drink and chat and/or a game of darts. Every first Wednesday of the month, it is host to the "Black Dog Open Mic Music Night" where things can liven up a little. There are occasional special evenings, including charity events such as quizzes or promise auctions. The Red Lion serves evening meals and also does Sunday Lunches. Dishes are simple and straightforward with both meat and vegetarian options. Why not drop in - you'd be very welcome! We have 2 comfortable Double En-suite rooms available to guests. Situated close to Welshpool, an old market town of great character which can still boast real, individual, local shops as well as a few common high street stores and supermarkets. Although many visitors to Wales just drive through on their way to and from the coast, it is a place well worth exploring. Notable local attractions in the area include: Ty Mawr - The Grade I listing of Ty-Mawr, Castle Caereinion, is a significant survival of a medieval hall house. Welshpool & Llanfair Light Railway - Castle Caereinion has a station on this line and, in the summer months, the whistles from the steam locomotives are heard echoing along the valley. Powis Castle & Garden - A few miles from our village, just south of Welshpool, is one of the gems of the National Trust. Built of local red sandstone, and standing on a prominent hillside, it commands views over the Severn Valley. We kindly request that you contact us with your estimated time of arrival in advance of check-in.
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- Car parking available onsite
- Restaurant, Bar
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- Until 10:00 hours
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- Pets are not allowed
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100% would recommend it to a friend
A most enjoyable stay in a small village and a very interesting small inn.
Convenient for local towns and Powys Castle. Thanks for making us feel so welcome.
Red Lion Inn
Great place to stay.
Food was very good all freshly cooked, nothing was too much trouble. Will be back again when we are in the area.