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Places to eat

From Victorian tearooms to rustic country pubs, Welsh cuisine is a celebration of tradition.

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The Old Printing Office Café

Tucked away at the back of the Old Printing Office, the café is a small, intimate space, opened up by a skylight. Cakes and desserts are available throughout the day, as well as a select menu of seasonal meals made with fresh local ingredients.

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Neuadd Arms

A village inn since 1855, the Neuadd Arms serves traditional pub food made with locally sourced produce. Inside, the décor is warm and rustic to match the menu, with a beamed ceiling and a wood-burning stove set into a stone chimney.

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Penygawse

With a wide range of hot drinks, homemade cakes and light lunches, the Victorian tearoom at Penygawse is a peaceful place to relax after a day exploring Llandovery. The interior is traditionally decorated, paying homage to the building’s heritage.

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The Royal Oak Inn

In the idyllic hamlet of Rhadir-mwyn lies the Royal Oak Inn. Once a hunting lodge, the inn stands at the edge of a pine forest, looking out over the Towy Valley below. Known for its large selection of Welsh ales and ciders, the Royal Oak also offers hearty meals made with local produce.

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