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Tel code: 01558 | code search
Postcode: SA19 | code search
Population: 2500
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Cennen Arms
"Traditional country pub/resturant located in the village of Trap, at the foot of Carreg Cennen Castle in the beautiful Brecon Beacons National Park.Dramatic views of the Castle,and the surrounding mountains ..." More

White Hart Inn
"We had Sunday lunch there today. Although the food was of good quality we found there to be far too much of it. There was so much we would have ..." More

Yr Hen Vic
"I loved it! i like playin pool with jeffrey williams love you xxx

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Llandeilo, named after St Teilo, is seven miles north of Ammanford . Entry is over the largest stone bridge in Wales . It also has a small suspension bridge officially called the King’s Bridge unofficially known as “the shaky one” Llandeilo sits close to the Black Mountains, overlooking the Tywi Valley. There are traces of Roman occupation and the town history is bound up with that of C12 Dinefwr Castle which occupies the site of an earlier iron age hill fort. Traditionally the seat of the Welsh Kings and Princes of Deheubarth this was the historic centre of lawmaking. In C10 Hywel Dda called together an assembly to consider a basis for Welsh law . Their decisions formed the basis of the legal system in Wales until 1536. Today Llandeilo is still considered a quiet and law abiding place, much admired for its Georgian and Victorian architecture. Nearby C18 Newtown House with its later gothic façade is a fine example. Carreg Cennen castle with outstanding views sits a few miles south-east off the A483 and naturalists will appreciate Llandyfeisant Church and Castle Woods. In this predominantly rural area, good accomodation is provided in local farmhouses, cottages, bunkhouses and country hotels.


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The White Hart Inn (0.28 miles)

The White Hart Inn

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The White Hart Inn is situated in the heart of the picturesque Towy Valley, within a short walking distance of the quaint market town of Llandeilo. Local places of interest ... More

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Plough Inn (0.71 miles)

Plough Inn

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The Plough Inn at Rhosmaen, Llandeilo is a beautiful boutique hotel and restaurant set in the beautiful Towy Valley next to Brecon Beacons National Park. Surrounded by castles, country houses, walks and of ... More


National Trust Cottages (0.84 miles)

National Trust Cottages

Penparc cottage was constructed between 1905 and 1911 and is built in a distinctive style. Originally it was two cottages with walls of snecked masonry of local stone and a hipped terracotta roof. The cottage ... More

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Cwmcrwth Farm Cottages (2.45 miles)

Cwmcrwth Farm Cottages
Cwmcrwth Farm offers the best of both worlds; a peaceful setting for self catering holiday cottages in beautiful countryside on a secluded farm in West Wales with plenty of fresh air and open spaces but ... More | visit website
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Mill at Glynhir (4.31 miles)

Mill at Glynhir
Originally a 17th Century water driven corn mill tastefully converted into a luxury 11 bedroomed Country House Hotel, perched on the side of a beautiful valley. The 3 acres of informal landscaped grounds drop down ... More
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Tycanol Lodge (4.36 miles)

Tycanol Lodge
Tycanol lodge is a newly renovated cottage situated in the heart of the beautiful Towy Valley. The property benefits from first class living accommodation and an extensive garden area with glorious views of the open ... More | visit website
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Glynhir Estate (4.69 miles)

Glynhir Estate
Self Catering, Bed & Breakfast in Carmarthenshire, South Wales, many courses and activities on offer.

Set in beautiful rural Carmarthenshire countryside in the foothills of the Black Mountain, Glynhir offers the visitor all the tranquillity you ... More | visit website

National Trust Cottages (4.78 miles)

National Trust Cottages

This cottage is one of three in the row and is well situated for the welcoming village inn with the pub's secluded garden opposite the cottages along by the stream. Number one sleeps three people ... More

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Stag & Pheasant Inn (5.09 miles)

Stag & Pheasant Inn

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The Stag and Pheasant is a traditional inn which is over 100 years old. It has been highly maintained by owners Delyth and Darryl.
The inn offers a wide range of ... More

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Red Lion Inn (6.05 miles)

Red Lion Inn

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The Red Lion Coaching Inn sits in the quaint village of Llangadog in the heart of the beautiful Towy Valley (on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park) you ... More

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