Discover the hidden gem of Carmarthenshire, a captivating county in South Wales that offers a delightful blend of history, breathtaking landscapes, and culinary delights. From ancient castles and charming market towns to lush countryside and stunning coastlines. The county's coastline offers sandy beaches, rugged cliffs, and picturesque harbours. Visit the enchanting town of Laugharne, famed for its association with poet Dylan Thomas, and explore the serene estuary of the River Towy. Carmarthenshire is a haven for food lovers, with a rich culinary heritage. Sample traditional Welsh dishes, experience farm-to-table dining, and visit local breweries and distilleries to savour the finest craft beverages. Whether you are after a coastal or countryside location our Carmarthenshire lodges and holiday parks tick all the right boxes. With superb facilities, such as private hot tubs, indoor heated swimming pools, spa, fishing and so much more there is plenty to keep everyone entertained. Don't forget your canine companion as many of our lodges and holiday parks are pet-friendly.
Set within 568 acres of glorious countryside, the National Botanic Garden of Wales is definitely worth a visit, year-round. From waterfalls and themed areas to rare plant collections, sculptures and the British Birds of Prey Centre, this is a one-stop shop for all history and heritage. It will take more than a single visit to experience everything.
If you fancy a family cycle trip then head out to the Millennium Coastal Park, a 12-mile purpose-built trail. Along the way visit the Llanelli Wetland Centre or the Pembrey Country Park where there are loads of activities to keep little ones busy, such as mini golf, a dry ski slope and Cefn Sidan's vast sandy beach. Venture into the charming market town of Carmarthen, reputed to be the birthplace of Merlin the magician. Explore its cobbled streets, visit the bustling market, and indulge in the finest local produce, including succulent Welsh lamb and artisanal cheeses.
Carmarthenshire's natural beauty is awe-inspiring, with the majestic Brecon Beacons National Park on its doorstep. Embark on scenic hikes, explore cascading waterfalls, or simply relax amidst the peacefulness of the countryside.
For those in the know Llandeilo has become the "cool capital of Carmarthenshire". It is a great place for ambling about the boutiques, galleries and antique shops as well as picking up something to eat on a picnic at the local deli.