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After the destruction of Llandovery castle and much of the town by Owain Glyndwr's army in 1402, Llandovery went into decline. However, its fortunes recovered as the trade in livestock from Wales to London developed, as the town was on the main drovers' route to the capital.

Statue of a drover at Llandovery
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Cae'r Beili
  • Self catering cottage
  • Sleeps 6, 3 bedrooms
  • Wifi
  • No pets
  • Accessible