The Triangle Inn
The Triangle is a beautiful 16th century drovers inn at the gateway to the Elan Valley and overlooking the river Wye. Traditional homemade food served daily with the exception of Monday lunch times.
Cwmdauddwr, although a small village at first sight, is in fact very deceptive. It has two mentions in the Guinness Book of Records. It is the largest Parish in Great Britain. The name Cwmdauddwr means “the valley of the Two Waters” in Welsh; these being the River Wye and the River Elan.
Rhayader and Cwmdauddwr form the gateway to the Elan Valley “The Lakeland of Wales”. The area offers some of the most beautiful countryside and breathtaking scenery in Wales.
You will find us in the good beer guide 2010, as we pride ourselves on our selection of real ales. We also have a wide choice of fine wines and spirits. Ample parking is also available.
We have a self catering cottage for holiday lets directly opposite us, so you wont have far to get home if you come to stay.