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The local area guide to living in Llanwrda

Between Llandovery and Llandeilo along the River Towy lies the very small village and parish of Llanwrda. Nestled in the Towy Valley of Carmarthenshire in west Wales, the village is a proud little community surrounded by beautiful landscapes and sites of interest, from the likes of dramatic Carreg Cennen, a castle in the Black Mountains, to the gold mines of Dolaucothi.

The village is just a few miles north-west of Brecon Beacons National Park and is privy to some of Wales’s most beautiful countryside. Cyclists, walkers, hikers and outdoor adventurers have much to enjoy in the area, and Llanwrda serves as an ideal tranquil rural home base.

Information about the local residents

There are only 514 residents in Llanwrda civil parish, and numbers across the ward of Cilycwm only reach 1,518. Most ward residents are of pensionable age, though there are still quite a few families.

There are 860 working age residents across the ward, and most of these are economically active. Those within the 16-64 age group and not economically active are mostly pensioners, students and residents looking after homes and households.

The ward consists of 630 households, with 213 of these in the Llanwrda parish alone.

Nearby schools

Llanwrda is blessed by a decent selection of schools. There are 101 primary schools and 12 secondary schools in county Carmarthenshire. Llanwrda Primary School of 39 pupils and Llansadwrn Primary School of 20 pupils both serve the immediate village. Llandovery College is just a short distance away and is the closest comprehensive secondary.

The College is an independent preparatory school bearing the motto of ‘Gwell Dysg Na Golud’, or ‘Our Education is Our Wealth.’ The college building and grounds are beautiful and the school has a good reputation for student performance and extracurricular involvement. Llandeilo offers Ysgol Bro Dinefwr as another secondary school option.

Getting around

Llanwrda lies between Llandovery and Llandeilo along the A40 trunk road, and is well connected to other roadways. The village also benefits from its own railway station serving a route between Swansea and Shrewsbury with good services.

Additionally, there is an excellent bus network in the area that travels to Llandovery in 8 minutes and Llandeilo in 26 minutes. The Llandeilo route diverts into the neighbouring village of Llangadog, hence the long journey for a distance only 8 miles by main road. Llandovery can be reached in just 6 minutes by car at 4.5 miles away, and Llandeilo is reached in 11 minutes.

The closest urban centre is Carmarthen, only 23 miles away and an easy 33 minutes by car (one hour by bus). Swansea is also easily reached in 1 hour 19 minutes by train or 44 minutes by car, and Cardiff is just 2 and a half hours by train or 1 hour 20 minutes by car.

Local shops

For such a small village, Llanwrda is well stocked and very well situated for all the necessities in neighbouring towns. In the village itself there is a combined post office and convenience store, a range of plumbing and construction services, garden shops, a hairdresser, a florist, a driving school, a livery store and several other specialty shops.

Llanwrda’s pub is the Croes & Ceiliog Inn, and there is the locally run eatery, The Poacher’s Pocket, serving traditional Welsh cuisine. Just north of the village is the quaint Ty Gwyn Tea Rooms.

Further afield, all the essentials are available in Llandovery and Llandeilo, including supermarkets, restaurants, pubs and additional retailers. Just half an hour’s drive to Carmarthen extends shopping and dining to high street brands and all manner of restaurants.

Whilst every effort has been taken to ensure the above information is up to date, some inaccuracies may occur. If you notice any inaccuracies please contact editor@zoopla.co.uk

All information was correct at time of publication and is provided in good faith.

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