Carmarthenshire - Carmarthen
Carmarthen is a community in, and the county town of,
Carmarthenshire, Wales. It is sited on the River Towy 8 miles (13
km) north of its mouth at Carmarthen Bay. In 2001, the population
Carmarthen lays claim to being the oldest town in Wales but the two
settlements of Old and New Carmarthen were only united into a single
borough in 1546.
Carmarthen was the most
populous borough in Wales between the 16th and 18th centuries and
was described byWilliam Camden as "the chief citie of the country".
However, population growth stagnated by the mid 19th century as more
dynamic economic centres developed in the South Wales coalfield.
Currently, Carmarthen is the location of the headquarters of
Dyfed-Powys Police, the Carmarthen campus of the University of
Wales, Trinity Saint David and the West Wales General Hospital.
Woodland Rise Camping and Caravan park
01267 281452 / 07977 470324
We’re a small, family-run park in
the rural hamlet of Blaen-y-coed in Carmarthenshire, West Wales.
In our quiet countryside location, visitors can enjoy views of
the gorgeous West Wales countryside by day and starry skies by
night. We are also a pet-friendly site, with plenty of space
onsite and local woodland trails for you and your furry friends
to stretch your legs.
Caravans welcome - Motorhomes &
Campervans welcome - Trailer tents welcome - Tents welcome
2 Heated wet rooms with shower and
toilet. 2 additional heated washrooms with toilet. One with a
baby changing facility included.
Electric hookups on all pitches
(optional for tents). Pets welcome. Chemical toilet disposal
point (Green toilet fluid only, supplies are available to
purchase). Fire pits and barbeques are available to hire for the
duration of your stay.
We have 5 hardstanding pitches with
electric hookup and 10 grass pitches available with optional
electric hook-up for tents.
Penyrallt Fach Cottage offers the ideal opportunity to get away from
the busy pace of everyday life by staying on our beautiful organic
farm in lovely west Wales.
Enjoy walking through green fields and ancient woodlands on the
farm or along some of the wonderful beaches of Cardigan Bay, just a
half-hour drive away. After days out on the beach or discovering
ancient and historic castles or shopping in the delightful small
market towns of the area, return to the cottage for a cup of tea in
front of a roaring log fire or a glass of wine outside watching the
stars & listening to the owls. The perfect antidote to city stress.
farm offers a wonderful opportunity for holidays in the lovely Welsh
countryside, where you can experience life on a real working farm,
as well as being able to visit glorious beaches & spectacular hills
and mountains. There are many historic sites, castles and attractive
small market towns & villages to visit as well as gardens & National
Trust properties, all within easy reach.
Three Rivers Hotel
Tel: 01267 267270
quiet hotel in Carmarthen, the Three Rivers Hotel is a hidden gem
located in the heart of the Carmarthenshire, known as the Garden of
Wales. With the additional features of cottages available and also a
static caravan site conveniently, yet discreetly located nearby this
is a fantastic venue for a quiet getaway in Wales.
Situated on the southern boundary of the Carmarthenshire seaside
village of Ferryside nestling on the Three Rivers estuary of
Carmarthen Bay and enjoying superb views of Llanstephan and its
ancient castle to the west and of Carmarthen Bay towards Caldy
Island and Tenby to the south west.
The accommodation was completed in 2003 using original stone to
match the existing Georgian House combined with the highest quality
materials and expertise, which is evident throughout the hotel.
bedrooms are en-suite, spacious and tastefully furnished. Deluxe
rooms all have sea view balconies.
Tel: 01267 275666
Coedhirion Farm offers a range of high quality accommodation to suit
everyone. You can enjoy Bed and Breakfast in our lovely old
farmhouse, the independence of a self-catering cottage or a taste of
outdoor living on our small site for touring caravans and tents.
Coedhirion is a working farm with native cattle, Texel and Coloured
Ryeland sheep, friendly donkeys and a beautiful Bassett Hound!!
are situated on the A48/M4 dual carriageway. The Gower peninsula,
Carmarthen Bay, the castles of the Towy Valley and the Pembrokeshire
Coast National Park are all easily accessible. The National Botanic
Garden of Wales is five minutes drive away and the superb new
racecourse at Ffos Las is just twenty minutes from our front door.
historic village of Llanddarog is within walking distance and was
Calor Village of the Year in 2004. It has two renowned 17th Century
inns both of which are featured in Good Food Guides and St Twrog's
Church is a well known land-mark.
Selwyn, Daphne and Tomos Evans look forward to meeting you and
welcoming you to our award winning enterprise. We have provided high
quality accommodation for the past twenty years. Come and see for
Tel: 01239 698462
Maengwyn Hir is a family run campsite with electric hook up, hard
standing pitches, and a shower and toilet facility. Also available
for hire is a 6 berth static caravan with private garden.
Situated 830 ft above sea level with spectacular views of the
Preseli mountains with an abundance of footpaths, trails and cycle
paths (just off cycle route 47), Maengwyn Hir is located 18 miles
from Carmarthen, 10 miles from Cardigan and Newcastle Emlyn so we
are quite centrally located for popular visitor attractions and
beaches – take your pick!
From Carmarthen, take the A40 West to St Clears. From St Clears,
follow signs to Blaenwaun. The site is 2 miles from the Lamb Inn at
Blaenwaun on left hand side.
caravan is situated on a 15 acre small holding with its own private
garden. The garden is fenced with a picnic table and plenty of open
space for children and pets to roam and play
The caravan has
two bedrooms – 1 double and 2 single beds and there is a pull out
double bed in the lounge so it will comfortably sleep 6 people. The
kitchen is furnished with all the mod cons, the bathroom is en suite
to the double room with access to it from the hallway and the lounge
is fairly large with TV – DVD freeview and a stereo system.
Glasfryn Guest House
Looking for a memorable getaway in an area of outstanding natural
beauty, situated in the heart of Brechfa? Look no further.
Ideal position for Mountain Bike Trials. Free Wi-Fi.
are able to offer Bed & Breakfast, Bed, Breakfast & Evening Meal,
bed only or a combination, depending on your requirements. Dietary
requirements catered for by request on booking.
Rooms are really comfortable with country views, en-suite or private
facilities, safe, tea/coffee making facilities and are serviced
Lovely guest lounge where you can relax, read or play table games.
Welcoming conservatory dining room with licensed bar for your
generous and tasty evening meal/breakfast.
Outside enclosed patio for you to enjoy, whatever the weather.
Ample car parking and cycle storage if required.