Llandeilo is a town in Carmarthenshire, Wales, situated at the
crossing of the River Towy by the A483 on a 19th-century stone
bridge. Its population is 1,731. It is adjacent to the westernmost
point of the Brecon Beacons National Park.
The town is served by Llandeilo railway station on the Heart of
Llandeilo is named after one of the better-known Celtic saints of
the 6th century, Saint Teilo.
The Welsh word llan
signified a monastery or a church. Saint Teilo, who was a
contemporary of Saint David the patron Saint of Wales, established a
small monastic settlement (clas) on the site of the present-day
Although there is very little factual detail about the life of Saint
Teilo, the way in which he was highly respected in his lifetime, and
revered after his death, is shown by the forty-five places dedicated
to him, some as far afield as Brittany.
Bwythyn Glas Y Dorlan
Tel: 01558 822601 / 07890 795293
secluded, homely and spacious character cottage. A converted coach
house, it's the perfect place to stay for couples or families for
that ideal weekend or week long break. Lovely large wooded garden
bounded by a stream - where kingfishers and otters have been seen
regularly. Situated in a small hamlet within walking distance of the
historic and picturesque town of Llandeilo. The cottage will sleep
up to 6, plus a cot. Eco-friendly heating system. The Cottage is now
cottage has recently been renovated to make a comfortable,
interesting and relaxing holiday home. On the ground floor there is
a large living room with an open beamed ceiling comprising kitchen,
dining and sitting areas. It also features a beautiful wood burning
stove in the original stone chimney breast. Downstairs there are
also 2 bedrooms (one with twin beds and one with a double bed),
bathroom with walk in shower, cloakroom and utility room. Original
oil paintings by local wildlife artist hang on the walls.
the spacious hallway a handmade oak staircase leads up to a
galleried relaxing area overlooking the garden. The third bedroom
(double bed) adjoins this area and has an ensuite cloakroom.
Maerdy Holiday Cottages
Tel: 01550 777448
Nestled on the edge of the Brecon Beacons, and a short distance from
Pembrokeshire, The Gower and all of West Wales.
Ideal for group accommodation, short breaks, B&B or a holiday in
Disabled and Wheelchair Access. Well behaved dogs are welcome.
The Farmhouse. This beautiful 17th century farmhouse has been
extensively refurbished and is tastefully furnished with many
antiques. Impressive living room with oak beams and panelling,
inglenook fireplace and original bread oven.
Step down to traditional farmhouse dining-room with AGA, leading to
well-equipped kitchen and electric cooker.
Separate shower room/W.C. with flush-to-floor shower and washing
The Stables Cottage. This delightful single storey cottage has
been furnished to very high standards and is particularly suitable
for wheelchair users and toddlers, with easy access to the terrace
Newly fitted farmhouse style kitchen with electric cooker, and slate
Beamed living/dining room with wood-burning stove, French doors to
patio, and lovely garden views.
Double bedroom with wash basin and built-in wardrobe.
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