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Hotels in Llandovery

Castle Hotel
Kings Road
Llandovery
South Wales

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Here you can find tradition, charm, comfortable rooms, a quiet pint, candlelit suppers and al fresco lunches delivered by a happy, dynamic team with a fresh approach to hospitality.
Situated in Carmarthenshire, known as ‘The Garden of Wales’, the hotel is on the edge of the Brecon Beacons. The Castle Hotel, presents Welsh tradition at its best, with walking, fishing and seasonal breaks available.
Wi-Fi internet access is available throughout hotel, as are lovingly prepared meals made with locally produced ingredients.
The hotel has significant historical connections with Lord Nelson and the writer George Burrow, and has the perfect location for group visits to the National Botanic and Aberglasney Gardens, as well as wide range of other leisure activities.
The Castle is an ideal business and leisure hotel for visitors to West Wales, Carmarthenshire and the Brecon Beacons. Conveniently located on the A40 with ample adjacent car parking and Wi-Fi internet access, the hotel offers 23 comfortable en suite bedrooms.
Carriages Restaurant and the Stable Bar offer a choice of fresh dishes, with beef produced from the local land.

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