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Carmarthenshire - Kidwelly

Kidwelly is a town and community in Carmarthenshire, west Wales, approximately 7 miles (11 km) north-west of the most populous town in the county, Llanelli. In the 2001 census the community of Kidwelly returned a population of 3,289, increasing to 3,523 at the 2011 Census.
It lies on the River Gwendraeth above Carmarthen Bay.
The earliest written form of the name, 'Cetgueli', is recorded by the monk, Nennius, writing in the 9th century. One theory is that the name means the land, territory, or kingdom of Cadwal. Another theory is that the name is the combination of the two words 'Cyd' (joint) and 'Gweli' (bed), i.e., the joining of the two river bedsGwendraeth Fawr and Gwendraeth Fach, wherein Cydweli lies. The town itself is ancient, established by written records at around 1106 AD.
The substantial and well preserved castle and church were established by the invading Normans in 1106. The earliest castle on the site was a typical Normanmotte and bailey design that was made of earth and timber. The 13th century re-design was commissioned by Edward I Longshanks as a strategic part of his 'Ring of Steel' oppression against the Welsh.

 
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Kidwelly Bed & Breakfast

Tel: 01554 890716

A four star family run Carmarthenshire B&B nestled in the historic town of Kidwelly. With four stylish en-suite rooms Kidwelly Bed & Breakfast is an ideal place to stay in Carmarthenshire and base while visiting Kidwelly.

Following extensive building work and full renovations to the whole building, inside and out, Kidwelly Bed & Breakfast now offers stylish and comfortable accommodation, first class service and the personal touches of a small family run business.

Less than a five minute drive from Pembrey Race Circuit, a five minute walk from Kidwelly Castle and only a fifteen minute drive from the nearest coast at Pembrey Country Park, Kidwelly Bed & Breakfast is the perfect getaway if youíre looking for some country peace and quiet or somewhere to relax after a thrilling day at the circuit.

We look forward to welcoming you with a pot of tea or cafeteria of fresh coffee along with a slice of homemade cake & biscuits upon arrival! 

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Faerie-thyme

Tel: 01269 871774

Our camping field is a large, mostly flat grass area surrounded by ancient woodland which nestles at the back of the property a good way from the road.

Our facilities include Firepits with most pitches - Wet room with hot shower and free hot water - Toilets and wash room - A recycling area for all your rubbish and a washing up sink with hot water - An honesty shop where you can buy logs, marshmallows, homemade preserves and camping essentials. We also have bacon, eggs and sausages in the fridge - A fridge/freezer in the washing up area to refreeze your icepacks and store perishable food. - A phone charging point and air bed adaptor in the honesty shop - A microwave in the honesty shop - A large selection of pots and pans for you to use on the open fires, so you donít spoil your own cookware - A peace garden with a stone circle where we encourage our guests to chill out.

Caravans - Our vintage caravans offer self-catering accommodation with a quirky difference. Bedding is included in the price (please bring your own linen and towels). We can supply linen. All caravans have a low watt electric fire for chilly nights.

All caravans are minimum two night stay. Booking in days are every day except Sunday.

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