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The White Horse Inn, Llandeilo - pub details

Address: 125 Rhosmaen Street, Llandeilo, Dyfed, SA19 6EN [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 19729) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Llandeilo (0.2 miles), Ffairfach (0.2 miles)

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Angel Hotel, Llandeilo (0.0 miles), Castle Hotel, Llandeilo (0.0 miles), White Hart Inn, Llandeilo (0.4 miles), Torbay Inn, Ffairfach (0.7 miles)

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We called again recently, and although the beers were on top form as ever, the experience was something of a disappointment.

There were only a few locals in, all male, and of the older age group. For the festive season it's not what you'd really expect.

The fact that one or two had brought their dogs, sometimes large, hairy, damp, old, and very smelly, perhaps explained why there were so few other customers. The smell pervaded the whole suite of bars, and so we too left after just the one.

A balance has to be struck between keeping the regulars happy, and the general requirements of running a successful concern. I'm not sure that one has been found here.


eddybeer - 16 Dec 2015 22:06
Yes, this is excellent.

Accessed through an archway from the main street, the historic inn faces you across a charming little courtyard.

There are two cosy bars with boarded floors, and a very comfortable lounge with leather sofas, wood burning stove and so on, though there is no serving facility in this.

As it's the brewery's signature outlet I found the Evan Evans' Cwrw to be crisp, fresh, bright, and crystal clear as one would hope, as was the Fly Half. Unfortunately I didn't have time to try the others.

Prices are reasonable, there was an offer of four pints for a tenner during the RUWC, apparently.

I recommend this pub highly if you should have the good fortune to visit this comfortable, prosperous-looking little town.
eddybeer - 23 Oct 2015 17:52
A pleasant pub tucked away off main road of Llandeilo. Brewery tap pub of Evans Evans brewery. Recently visited this little gem on a hot sunny afternoon. Sat outside in the front courtyard with a great pint of SPA. Well worth a visit.
hywel2002 - 15 Jul 2011 00:09
A pleasant pub tucked away off main road of Llandeilo. Brewery tap pub of Evans Evans brewery. Recently visited this little gem on a hot sunny afternoon. Sat outside in the front courtyard with a great pint of SPA. Well worth a visit.
hywel2002 - 15 Jul 2011 00:09
My wife and I usually go to a quiz on a Thursday night, so when walking through the town and noticing that they did one here we thought we would check it out.
Have to say that its a great pub, very friendly locals and excellent beers.
Struggled a bit on the Welsh history round though.
tommo1957 - 29 Jul 2009 11:05

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