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Inns in Llandovery

Royal Oak Inn
Rhandirmwyn
Llandovery
South Wales

SA20 0NY | View map

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Once Earl Cawdors hunting lodge, this large stone-built village inn enjoys a wonderful setting in the Cambrian mountains.

The Royal Oak Inn is set in the beautiful village of Rhandir-mwyn, 7 miles from the old drovers town of Llandovery, this former 16th century hunting lodge is now an award winning CAMRA Pub that offers a warm welcome and a friendly place to drink, dine and sleep. Your hosts, Christopher and Rachel, strive to create a homely atmosphere where everyone can relax, chat and wind down to the calm pace of rural Welsh life.

There are spectacular views over the Towy Valley from the garden and the large bedrooms. There is ample off road parking, a beautiful garden to enjoy on those warmer days and real log fires to snuggle round in the Winter. The Royal Oak Inn is a wonderful place to retreat to so you can lay back come wind, rain or shine. The Royal Oak Inn is perfectly situated for a large number of rural activities including mountain biking, fishing, walking & climbing, bird watching (especially at RSPB Dinas) and just driving around taking in the views!

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Parking
Credit Cards Accepted
Children Welcome
Evening Meal Provided
Licensed
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
Open All Year
Building of Historic Interest
Gardens for Guest Use
TV in Rooms
Dogs/Pets Welcome

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