Llandovery, The Brecon Beacons and Carmarthenshire

Perhaps it is no accident that HRH Prince of Wales has chosen, for his Welsh home, a property not far from Y Neuadd in a village near our historical local market town of Llandovery.
Llandovery owes it name and legacy to the drovers who would congregate with their livestock (cattle, geese and sheep) on their way to the lucrative markets in England. The town square and it’s impressive clock tower hosts a covered market.
Llandovery today is the ideal touring centre, handily placed on the A40 (London to Carmarthen road) approx 30 mins from the M4. It lies on the River Towy between the rugged scenery of the Brecon Beacons and the Upper Tywi valley in the foothills of the Cambrian Mountains.
A natural gateway to the West Wales, via Carmarthen or Mid and North Wales via Lampeter or Builth Wells, Llandovery is well populated with interesting independent shops, cafes and restaurants . It is served by a railway station with trains to Shrewsbury and Swansea and all points between on the popular and scenic Heart of Wales line.
Nearby are plenty of facilities for activities including Golf, Fishing, shooting, archery, riding, bird watching and other pursuits.
Crychan Forest and Halfway Forest
National Botanic Garden of Wales
Dinefwr Park, Newton House and Gardens and Dinwfwr Castle
Red Kite Feeding Centre, Llanddeusant
Hay-On-Wye town of books and Literary Festival - June
Dan-Yr-Ogof National Show Caves
Royal Welsh Show - Builth Wells in July
  • A lovely bed and breakfast in a superb location.
    David and Gill Castle
    from Worthing
  • Lost in Llandovery this was an enchanting surprise. Love the atmosphere and the bed was comfy.
    James and Irene Richardson
    from London
  • We particularly enjoyed Sarah's knowledge of places of interest and her poached eggs are to die for.
    Bronwyn and David Street
  • Thanks for the peace and tranquility........ and the yummy breakfasts Sarah, thank you from the bottom of our hearts for making us feel so at home. Magical home and area.
    Triona and Paul
    from London
  • The best B&B ever. Wonderful company, comfy beds and fantastic food and the lovely welcome each time.
    Alan and Jenny E
    from Ashford, Kent
  • Nice and quiet stay with a wonderful host Sarah. Lovely atmosphere here.
    K and S. Noble
    Sydney Australia
  • Superb hospitality for a lone traveler seeking sanctuary from the snowy wastes. Sarah is an excellent host, friendly and informative. The evening meal was delicious, the bed was cosy and comfy. It was a delight to relax in the lovely lounge with the log fire burning brightly. Many thanks.
    M. Dawson
  • Beautiful surroundings, comfy beds, hearty breakfasts, warm welcome, thank you.
    from Tring, Heartfordshire
  • 4 hours here on a motorbike and worth every turn! Lovely stay, comfortable, warm and welcoming.
    Sasha and Mick
    from Suffolk
  • Flying visit but as lovely as ever. See you again in 2016 if not before.
    Heather, Nick and Tilly John
    from Staffs
  • Oh, what a lovely home. And made us so welcome, will be back.
    D and S Tudgay
    From Kent
  • Delightfull in everyway!
    Leona and Richard
    from Farmborough