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Richard III granted a charter to Llandovery in 1485, and the town became a Corporation, governed by a bailiff and a Council of Burgesses. Its first Town Hall was built in the same year, though it was in a state of disrepair just fifty years later, and was replaced by a more robust structure using stone from the castle which burned down in 1532. The present building is the fourth, and dates from 1857.

Town Hall, Llandovery
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Cae'r Beili
  • Self catering cottage
  • Sleeps 6, 3 bedrooms
  • Wifi
  • No pets
  • Accessible