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Reviews - The Royal Oak Inn

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, Rhandirmwyn, SA20 0NY
Set in the beautiful village of Rhandirmwyn, 7 miles from the old drovers town of Llandovery, this
former hunting lodge offers a warm welcome and a friendly place to drink, dine and sleep.
Your hosts, Christopher and Rachel, strive to create a homely atmosphere where everyone can relax, chat and wind down to the calm pace of rural Welsh life.
There are spectacular views over the Towy Valley from the garden and the large bedrooms.
There is ample off road parking, a beautiful garden to enjoy on those warmer days and real log fires to snuggle round in the Winter.
The Royal Oak Inn is a wonderful place to retreat to so you can lay back come wind, rain or shine.
The Royal Oak Inn is perfectly situated for a large number of rural activities including mountain biking, fishing, walking & climbing, bird watching (especially at RSPB Dinas) and just driving around taking in the views!
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Guest Reviews Based on 12 reviews
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100% recommended this accommodation to a friend 100% would stay again
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  • Customer service
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  • Family friendly

Very welcoming and personal service in a stunning location
The welcome at this small pub based inn type hotel could not be beaten. The accomodation is basic but clean, very comfortable and amazingly good value. The food is excellent and home cooked. If like me, you have to leave very early in the morning, breakfast is a bowl of cereal plus a packed picnic which again is good quality and more than adequate.
Added to this it is a free house with an excellent selection of beers and ciders
The location is slightly remote but stunning. There is no mobile signal but there is a public telephone and free WIFI.
I am somewhat reluctant to give too glowing a report because I intend going back there and don't want to find it booked out.

Reviewed by
James A

From UK
Who stayed in July 2013

Travelling alone

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Lovely, relaxing experience.
A lovely Inn with great food, bar, and accomodation.
Great customer service, very pleasant staff.
Was working locally so needed somewhere within my budget, but was more than suprised at what I got for my money.
Lovely, tranquil location. Will definitely consider staying there again when wanting a break.
Lovely food, great choice, and lovely breakfast. ( vegetarian breakfast mmmmmm!!)

Reviewed by
John J

From Waunfawr, UK
Who stayed in July 2013

Travelling alone

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