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Inns in Carmarthen

Drovers Arms Hotel
Lammas Street
Carmarthen
West Wales

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Situated in the historic town of Carmarthen, this traditional inn offers calm and comfortable accommodation, all of which is en suite and equipped with standard facilities. Drovers Arms Hotel has recently been refurbished and the bar room now boasts a traditional quarry tile floor, wooden beams and a log burning stove, as well as a superb bar crafted by local carpenters. The bar serves a wide selection of beers, wines and spirits. Meals may be taken here or in the cosy non-smoking restaurant, serving varied dishes made with fresh local produce.

The hotel has a restaurant with 14 tables, which can be used for meetings and private functions, seating up to 50 guests, and a cosy bar with an open fire. It has a mixture of twin and double rooms, but does allow single occupancy in all of them. The hotel is situated at the centre of a busy market town; market days are Wednesdays and Saturdays. There is a thriving shopping centre with many high street outlets. We are also well placed for visiting many local attractions such as the National Botanic Gardens.

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No Smoking Rooms
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