Important Information – Coronavirus
The Pub will be closed from Sunday 22nd March until Thursday 7th May or later as required
The Restaurant is closed until Saturday May 9th or later as required
All events on the premises or organised by Cymdeithas Cwmdu are cancelled until Thursday 7th May or later as advised by the Government
Shop and Post Office:
We will endeavour to keep the shop and post office operating. As of 23rd March the opening hours will remain Tuesday to Friday 9:30 – 1:30 BUT we will be closed on Saturdays.
Please note however that we will be restricting the number of customers in the shop at any one time.
You may place your order in advance by phoning the shop on 01558 685156 or email email@example.com.
Orders for fresh bread and milk (glass bottles) should continue to be made in advance to ensure availability.
The service is, in the main, operated by volunteers, they and the staff very much want to continue to deliver the much appreciated service and so we hope that you can understand when changes to the operation and any occasions when the full service is not available.
The above information is correct at the time of entry but may be overriden at any time by Government advice. We will endeavour to update the website and Facebook as soon as any details change
To keep up to date with announcements from the Welsh Govenment – Click here for the Official Web Site
11th May 2020 – The UK Government COVID-19 Recovery Strategy Launched – Download the strategy document
Cwmdu is a small but vibrant village in the heart of Carmarthenshire, South / South West Wales just a few miles from Llandeilo, Llandovery and a little further to Lampeter. It has a strong community spirit which has allowed it to punch way above its weight in what it offers to local residents and visitors to the area. At the centre of this picturesque village is the local pub and shop which have been run by the community since the year 2000. These amenities have lead to the village being awarded a Countryside Alliance Award as well as attracting royal attention when Prince Charles visited the village in October 2009. National Trust whilst the community have the lease and run the inn and shop. So welcome to our little village, we are all very proud of it we hope that this website will make you want to spend some time with us whether you are a visitor from afar or a local resident. If you have any questions please feel free to contact us – we welcome your feedback.