Llandeilo lies just on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park in Carmarthenshire West Wales. This charming Georgian / Victorian-style town that sits on the banks of the River Tywi, has much to offer the visitor to Wales. Explore the 12th century Dinefwr Castle, built by the Princes of Deheubarth and later captured by Edward Longshanks, the English King Edward 1. Alternatively, visit Newton House and Dinefwr Park, a National Trust property that invites exploration.
Llandeilo is a beautiful little market town and fortunately the people of Llandeilo know it and appreciate it. The town has thankfully retained much of its Georgian and Victorian character and architecture, and this is what makes the centre so delightful and welcoming. In days gone by the streets would be alive with traders jostling with farmers and drovers bringing their sheep and cattle to market. The streets were lined with public houses and rather surprisingly a good number of banks. Sadly, most of the pubs have given way to delicatessens, shops and cafes, although giving you plenty of places to eat, drink and shop. ....
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