Shopping & Dining

SHOPPING

ON A WEEKEND BREAK

Shop and dine in Llangadog, Carmarthenshire when on a weekend break! To book your stay, contact Cilgwyn Manor.
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Shopping and markets

Brecon
  • 24.1 miles east of Cilgwyn Manor
  • A wide range of independent retailers as well as high street stores.






Llandeilo
  • 9.4 miles south west of Cilgwyn Manor
  • This colourful, picturesque town on the banks of the river Tywi is scattered with an array of numerous small independent shops. Here you’ll find fashionable clothing, high quality homewares, bespoke furniture, award-winning local food suppliers, local crafts, florists, an auction house, antiques and a small garden centre.
Swansea
  • 33.2 miles south of Cilgwyn Manor
  • The city hosts many big high street names, as well as independent boutiques, specialist shops and traditional arcades. You can visit the Quadrant Shopping Centre or take a stroll through the award-winning Swansea Market – the largest indoor market in Wales.
Carmarthen
  • 24.7 miles south west of Cilgwyn Manor
  • With St Catherine’s Walk and Merlin’s Walk Shopping Centres, there’s now more choice of shops in Carmarthen than there’s ever been. Carmarthen Market is sited in a modern, airy hall which houses a range of stalls selling everything from arts and crafts to locally produced food. The market is open 6 days a week.

Llandovery
  • 4.5 miles north of Cilgwyn Manor
  • An ancient market and droving town. There are a number of cafes, tea rooms and pubs; plus local crafts and gifts, a butcher, patisserie and supermarket.

Pubs and restaurants

The Angel Inn
Surrounded by rural landscape, this country pub and restaurant offers log fires and real ales.
                 

The Cottage Inn
A country pub serving home-cooked food.


The Owl’s Nest Tea Room and Diner
Family run, biker-friendly diner set in a large free car park on the site of the old Llandovery Garden Centre. 


West End Café
  • 3.3 miles north of Cilgwyn Manor
  • 15-17 Broad Street, Llandovery, SA20 0AR
  • www.westendcafe.co.uk
  • 01550 720 694
Situated on the main A40 this café, offering an all day menu, is famous for being the “bikers’ café”. 
The Castle Hotel
Set in a former coaching inn, this hotel, pub and restaurant offers menus developed to fully embrace the Taste Inn Wales ethos – seasonal, fresh, hearty and tasty. 

The Goose and Cuckoo
Pub restaurant in the village of Llangadog, serving good food, great beer and fine wines.

The Plough Inn
  • 8.7 miles south west of Cilgwyn Manor
  • Rhosmaen, Nr Llandeilo, Carmarthenshire, SA19 6NP
  • www.ploughrhosmaen.com
  • 01558 823 431
Award-winning restaurant in a boutique hotel. The Plough offers a varied menu (including gluten-free) and fine wines. Afternoon tea also served here.

White Horse Inn
Set back from the main street in its own secluded courtyard, this 17th century coaching inn offers home cooked food, award-winning real ales and a warm welcome. 
We loved our time here. Loads of activities in the area and nice and close to the Beacons. 

- Eddie Hookings
Cilgwyn Manor is a preferred accommodation for people spending their weekend breaks in Llangadog, Carmarthenshire. For bookings, call
01550 777 118

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