Local Area

Llandovery, a small rural market town of historic importance, was given it’s Royal Charter by Richard III in 1485. In 1985, on the 500th anniversary, the Royal Charter was granted by H.R.H. Prince of Wales. It is an ideal location for touring the Towy Valley, the coast and castles of Carmarthenshire and Gower Peninsular.

Cwmgwyn Farm B&B Llandovery in South Wales
Local Attractions and Activities:


Botanical Gardens of Wales (See offer below)

Dinefwr Park and Castle

Dolaucothi Gold Mines

Brecon Railway

Caeiago Horse Riding Center

Aberglasney Gardens

Ffres : Food Tourism South West Wales

National Trust locations in Wales

Brecon Beacons National Park

CADW & Castles in Wales

Dan-yr-Ogof National Showcaves

Carreg Cennen Castle

Folly Farm

Ffos Las Racecourse

Oakwood Theme Park

RSPB Gwenffrwd-Dinas

Llanddeusant Red Kite Feeding Station

Gwili Steam Railway

Walk in Wales

Carmarthenshire Tourist Association

Cycling, Mountain Biking in the Beacons

Llyn Brianne Reservoir

Red Kite Country

Carreg Cennen Castle

Elan Valley Reservoirs

Swansea City FC
Llanelli Scarlets RFC
Ospreys RFC 

CWMGWYN FARM is situated on the western edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park and is approximately half an hours ride from the Black Mountain, making it an ideal base for walking, bird watching and fishing in the river Towy.

“The Heart of wales Railway Line” passes through Llandovery station, which has rail connections with Swansea and Shrewsbury.

Coastal resorts of Gower Peninsula, Tenby and Aberystwyth are easily accessible by car.

Swansea and Cardiff are also within easy reach for shopping expeditions and sight seeing.

Cardiff International Airport is approximately 75 minutes away by car.

Fishguard Rosslaire Ferry is about a 90 minute journey.