The Black Lion Royal Hotel

Address: Black Lion Royal Hotel Dyfed High Street, Lampeter, Pembrokeshire, Wales, SA48 7BG, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Black Lion Royal Hotel Dyfed High Street, Lampeter, is near Glyndwr's Way.
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        Travel Blogs from Lampeter

        Birthday boy!!

        A travel blog entry by worldlookout on Oct 12, 2015

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        ... evacuee for carnival he wore 13-14 year old shorts. the rest of the morning was very uneventful with going to the nationwide bank and then phone calling our other banks with our itinerary. also we had to drop off some wedding cards which meant Aaron driving me down what I can only describe as a narrow lane. In our relationship we realised there's a distinct difference between what I consider a road and what ...

        5 days to go

        A travel blog entry by worldlookout on Oct 11, 2015

        ... my stress levels have a reached a new high. Aaron has found out that he needs site visits for him to complete his course. With both of us unemployed now and have 5 days till D day, plan b is looking more likely. (yes I always have a plan b)
        So me being organised I have already been looking up the cost of flights back from new Zealand. The one thing I want to achieve on this trip was to become more relaxed like ...

        Central Wales

        A travel blog entry by 2dogs on Oct 08, 2015

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        ... the way to Leominster and Ledbury. Ludlow Castle was the stronghold of Richard, Duke of York during the War of the Roses against the Lancasters led by King Henry VI. Richard was killed at the Battle of Townton in 1460, and his head was dipped in tar and stuck on an entrance to York City, but soon after, his son Edward overthrew the king and declared himself King Edward IV. Here endeth today's history ...

        The Land That Vowels Forgot

        A travel blog entry by clpdelaney on Sep 27, 2015

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        ... was served in the library. We returned at 7:30 for dinner. They asked us to go to the bar first, where we had a glass of wine and were brought our menus. Guests order their dinner then and when it's almost ready, you are escorted to the dining room. Different. So far, our favourite road signs are: "Watch for on-coming traffic in the middle of the road", "Hedge hogs crossing" and "Weak bridges" (which we think means narrow ...

        The Road to Death...or Cheese!

        A travel blog entry by clpdelaney on Sep 26, 2015

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        ... The hotel is on the boardwalk and we've seen more people this afternoon than anytime in the last few days. Christine took a nap and I had a beer overlooking the street and read the paper and people watched. Very nice.

        We googled places to eat and walked around the downtown to the restaurant. Unfortunately, no reservation, no joy. We bought a bottle of red wine and picked up a pizza and returned to our room that overlooks the Irish Sea and watched the sun ...