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Welcome to The Drovers Bed and Breakfast

Address: 9 Market Square, Llandovery, SA20 0AB

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On Llandovery’s market square, this 17th-century grade II listed bed and breakfast offers free parking and breakfasts made with local produce. The Brecon Beacons National Park is less than a mile away. Scenic farmland is only 5 minutes’ walk from The Drovers Bed and Breakfast, with several fishing sites and walking routes found within a few miles. Dolaucothi Gold Mines is a 20-minute drive away. Each bright room at the Drovers has an in-room or external private bathroom, and some have exposed wooden beams. Guests can relax on comfortable sofas and watch TV in the hotel lounge. Daily full English breakfasts are served in the charming dining room, with its feature stone fireplace. For evening meals, there is a range of pubs and restaurants within a few minutes’ walk.

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Dinefwr Craft Centre - Llandovery - Exhibition

Dinefwr Craft Centre - Llandovery - Exhibition

Distance 1.04 miles (1.67 km)
Dinefwr Craft Centre lies in the heart of Llandovery, a market town in the Upper Towy Valley. In the old market hall where the drovers used to rest on their epic journeys, there is now a caf, the Gegin Cymru (or Welsh Kitchen) serving tempting meals, which draw the locals as well as visitorsa sure sign of quality. Surrounding the caf are a number of individual craft shops where you can browse amongst oak furniture, built by traditional methods, bright textiles, intricate lovespoons, and raku pottery, all at reasonable prices.

Llandovery Castle - Llandovery - Castle

Llandovery Castle - Llandovery - Castle

Distance 1.04 miles (1.67 km)
The ruins of Llandovery Castle still hold a commanding position on a small hill overlooking the town on one side and the valley of the river Bran on the other. It was built by the Normans in the twelfth century in order to defend against Welsh uprisings. It has a motte (or mound) and bailey structure which is visible even now and its rugged, ruined dignity still inspires local artists.