Llandeilo is approximately fifteen miles from Carmarthen at the gateway to the Brecon Beacons. A small and handsome market town the main street rises up from the Tywi bridge. Nestled in a beautiful valley Llandeilo has a quiet rustic feel, it is a popular home for people who work elsewhere and also an area that attracts many tourists and holidaymakers.
Llandeilo has a great selection of personal and unique shops, that remain firmly rooted in the twin traditions of quality and service. Knowledge of the product offered is something of a rarity these days, but in Llandeilo it is what makes shopping special. Few other towns of its size can boast a range of specialist shops that includes ladies’ fashion, kitchenware, hardware, dressmaking, jewellers, art galleries, florists, furniture and fittings, antiques – plus a complete menu of food and drink outlets from traditional butchers and bakers to Italian delicatessen.
Llandeilo has a terrific selection of friendly pubs offering great beer, food and bilingual conversation. Some offer live music for a variety of musical tastes – jazz, rock, folk and bluegrass, even big band sound – and this is seen at its best during Llandeilo’s Festivals.
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