Llandeilo (population: 2,500) is a small historic town in Carmarthenshire, South Wales.

Get in

By train

Llandeilo is on the famous Heart of Wales Train Line. Trains depart Swansea at 4:36AM, 9:15AM, 1:17PM and 6:21PM, and leave Llandeilo for Swansea at 8:09AM, 11:54AM, 4:52PM, 8:58PM..

By car

The town is located near the end of the M4.

By Bus

Buses available from Ammanford, Carmarthen. Llandovery and Swansea.

Get around

The town is small enough to cover on foot. A historic Town Trail leaflet guides visitors around the oldest part of town, with display boards.




Llandeilo has a fantastic range of boutique shops located on Rhosmaen Street, King Street and Market Street.



There are several pubs in the town including the Salutation Inn, The Castle Hotel, The White Horse Inn and The Angel Inn. The Cawdor hotel also has a bar open to non-residents. There are also a number of pubs a short walk over the bridge in Ffairfach.

Evan Evans Brewery is based in the town, and supplies many local pubs with its speciality ales.

During the day, Barita Delicatessen, Ollies and Gegin Fach y Gwili are also open for drinks and snacks.



The area dialling code for Llandeilo is 01558. When dialling from overseas, dial +44 1558 XXXXXX

Go next

See the Carmarthenshire and Glamorgan articles for more on the surrounding area.

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