Whether you are looking for a taxi in Machynlleth, a train to Machynlleth or a bus around Machynlleth itself, there are plenty of options available to you. Our brief guide to travelling to, from and around Machynlleth gives you a good start to your journey planning.
A local bus service is operated by Lloyds Coaches, who stop at various points throughout Machnylleth. For more information about these local services, as well as services connecting further-afield, this Bus Times website was of great help.
There are plenty of taxis in Machynlleth available to suit your requirements, some of which include; Mach Taxis (Tel: 01654 70 20 48) , Huw’s Taxi (Tel: 07564 73 82 49) and Peter’s Taxi (Tel: 07969 99 70 39).
Machynlleth railway station is a railway station on the Cambrian Line in mid-Wales, serving the historic town of Machynlleth. It was built by the Newtown and Machynlleth Railway, and subsequently passed into the ownership of the Cambrian Railways, the Great Western Railway, British Railways and British Railways.
As you enter Machynlleth station you will be greeted by the main ticket area. Track side, you will find a cafe and toilet facilities. Platform 1, for trains to Aberystwyth and Pwllheli, can be reached via a footbridge, whilst platform 2 servers trains to Shrewsbury and Birmingham. If you are travelling to the station by car, parking is available for approximately 30 vehicles.
For the very latest information and timetables, see the National Rail website here.