Originally built in 1725, this Grade II heritage-listed Georgian townhouse offers 7 bedrooms with private bathrooms in the center of the ancient market town of Llandovery, the gateway to the Brecon Beacons. Penygawse has now been carefully restored to its original splendor. Today, it offers the kind of traditional welcome that you might expect in such a beautiful, historic town. As you would expect in a Georgian townhouse, the rooms are large and airy. Each room has been tastefully decorated in keeping with the history of the property. All of the rooms are equipped with modern comforts and facilities which have been combined with the original features. Each room has a TV, tea/coffee making facilities, bottled water and complimentary chocolates and cookies. Conveniently located off highway A40, in the center of the town, Penygawse is within walking distance of many restaurants and bars. Free on-site parking is available for guests’ use. A large and varied breakfast is included in the price and is served in the Victorian tearooms.
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 kilometer 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 km. 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.
Nestled amid 50 acres of Welsh countryside, Llanerchindda Farm Guest House boasts comfortable en suite rooms, spectacular views of the Bran Valley and a wealth of outdoor activities. On site activities include clay pigeon shooting, quad bike treks and fishing on Llanerchindda's own small lake. The farm offers a hearty farmhouse breakfast, and in the evening a three course meal is on offer, all freshly prepared using local fresh Welsh produce where possible. After a long day you can return to the comfort of the house to relax beside the log fire in the lounge bar or, in the summer months, you can unwind in the conservatory or on the terrace, which boasts breathtaking views of the Black Mountain and the Brecon Beacons beyond.
When visiting Llandovery, The Royal Oak Inn is a great choice to consider. Guests looking for a bite to eat can check out the restaurant, and the bar/lounge is the perfect spot to grab a drink at the end of the day. There's also a garden, and rooms offer flat-screen TVs and Egyptian cotton sheets.
Located near a train station, The Castle Hotel is a great choice for a stay in Llandovery. You can relax with a drink at the bar/lounge, and the restaurant is the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat. Other highlights at this upscale inn include a garden, and rooms offer flat-screen TVs and room service.
Enjoy your visit to Llandovery with a stay at The King's Head. You can grab a bite to eat at the restaurant or wind down at the end of the day with a drink from the bar/lounge. Rooms at this upscale inn offer flat-screen TVs and free WiFi.
When you stay at The Level Crossing Llandovery in Llandovery, you'll be minutes from Llandovery Castle. This hostel is within the region of Dolaucothi Gold Mines.
Make yourself at home in one of the 8 guestrooms.
Breakfast is available for a fee.