Morfa Bychan beach near Pendine is a sandy beach with safe bathing and some rock pools to explore. The beach is surrounded by limestone cliffs and caves, and looks out over Carmarthen read more
Carmarthenshire is in Wales. This county is known for its majestic mountains, verdant landscapes, golden sand beaches that stretch on forever and ancient old forests. The countryside here is quiet and beautifully picturesque with great biking trails alongside clear rivers, endless walks with hamlet pubs just waiting for travellers and miles of empty beaches where you can catch prawns or take the kids crabbing!
Walking and rambling trails are a big attraction in Wales and in Carmarthenshire there are loads of great walks for every level of fitness. Angling is another big attraction in the area as the rivers are rich with sea trout and salmon - every fisherman's dream location!
The castles in the area are really old and luckily, most complete and delight visitors with their towers, secret passages and crenellations. Visit the stronghold at Cerreg Cennen Castle or immerse yourself in the legends of King Arthur on a visit to Merlin's Oak.
Woodland Lodges offer the perfect retreat for a relaxing break in a choice of detached lodges. Set within 15 acres of idyllic woodland this family run park is a haven read more
This superbly located park takes its name from the famous beach next door. It’s the perfect base for exploring glorious scenery in Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire. The fantastic facilities on park read more
These single storey beautifully appointed cottages are ideal for touring the beautiful West Wales peninsula the Brecon Beacons the Pembrokeshire Coastal path and the Millennium Coastal Park. Pembroke and Kilgetty read more
Garnffrwd Park offers a quiet and peaceful holiday in beautiful wooded countryside grounds ideally located to explore Carmarthenshire’s beautiful beaches and castles at the centre of which is a 5 read more
Hoseasons Laugharne Park offer commanding breathtaking views over the spectacular Bay of Camarthen to the North Devon coast Laugharne Park enjoys an enviably elevated setting at Laugharne Park in the read more
Comfortable, modern holiday houses fully kitted out as homes away from home. They are situated upon the Welsh Millenium Coastal Path.
Within 200 metres of Llanelli town centre, Southmead Guesthouse offers free Wi-Fi and rooms with TVs and tea and coffee facilities. Southmead guest house provides a full English breakfast, and read more
Just a mile from Llanelli’s centre, the luxury Best Western Diplomat Hotel and Spa has free parking, free Wi-Fi and a modern leisure centre. Ffos Las Racecourse is a 10-minute read more
Next to Llanelli Railway Station, Hotel Miramar is 5 minutes from the new Llanelli Scarlets’ Stadium, and is next to Machynys Peninsula Golf and Country Club.
A small, friendly hotel just outside Llanelli town centre, the Thomas Arms is a 5-minute drive from shops at Parc Trostre and the Scarlets Rugby stadium. Award-winning beaches and the read more
The award-winning Glangwili Mansion is set on the edge of Brechfa Forest, in the beautiful yet largely undiscovered Gwili Valley. This 5-star boutique bed and breakfast offers individually designed suites read more