Inland, the town is surrounded by rolling hills and forested areas, as well as serene, picturesque rivers. What more could you want? Carmarthen has much to offer walkers and cyclists who want to explore the surrounding area, with castle ruins and the remains of olden settlements littering the countryside, as well as well dedicated cycle and walking routes set up by bodies such as the forestry commission, to ensure you really get the most out of your stay!
The holiday cottages of Carmarthen give you the chance to come and experience Wales at its best; sample the local foods and drink the local ales, visit the famous Brecon beacons natural park or spend your days relaxing under the sun on the beach. Book your holiday cottage in Carmarthen this year and be in one of the ‘coolest places to stay in Wales’!
|This barn conversion rests close to the town of Carmarthen and can sle...|
|Sleeps||6||Bedrooms||3||From £1055 Per week|
|This barn conversion lies in the village of Carmarthen, near Llanelli,...|
|Sleeps||8||Bedrooms||3||From £519 Per week|
|This lodge is located near the town of Carmarthen close to Llanelli an...|
|Sleeps||2||Bedrooms||1||From £370 Per week|