Carmarthenshire

Carmarthenshire is to Wales as Kent is to England, the true garden of Wales. Before visiting this area of Wales, I truly thought that to be just a cliché that people come out with from time to time about places that had a lot of green landscapes in them, I couldn’t have been more wrong! With breathtakingly beautiful mountains, fresh, green landscapes and hidden forests that take you all the way down to those enviable golden sandy beaches, Carmarthenshire truly is Wales’s secret Oasis.
One can now see why they chose this idyllic location to play home to the National Botanic Garden of Wales. I spent a good few nights in the county and got to explore all of our great attractions in this county, which at first I was wondering why someone would chose this region to stay in as part of a Welsh holiday.

I think I now know why visitors chose to visit this area, Carmarthenshire is a busy, bustling Welsh county and truly is the epitome of Rural Welsh life. With the Millennium Coastal path nearby and the National Wetland Centre just a mile or so out of the town centre, there is just as much to do here as there is in any other Welsh county. So on the face of it, Carmarthenshire really does get a huge thumb up from us all here at Top 100 Attractions. I also cannot wait to work on our next welsh book as there was an awful lot that I didn’t get to see! The likes of Llanelly House, Pembrey Country Park, and of course the Millennium Coastal Path, all help to make your visit to Carmarthenshire a very memorable one. So no matter what you like to do, I’m sure you’ll find it here.

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Ginhaus Deli
Ginhaus Deli
Ginhaus deli is located in the very beautiful little town of Llandeilo and is run by Mike and Kate Kindred Mike and Kate first met in the Three Tuns,...
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Gwinllan Hebron Vineyard
Gwinllan Hebron Vineyard
Organise a fun stay in one of the top vineyards of the country. This boutique, family-run, wine heaven, is unique in many ways. ...
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Hawk Adventures
Hawk Adventures
Providers of Outdoor Activities since 1990, we are dedicated to providing exciting and enjoyable adventure activities, corporate events and team building events. Our outdoor activity centre is ...
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Jabajak Vineyard Restaurant with Rooms
Jabajak Vineyard Restaurant with Rooms
Jabajak is a 5-star Restaurant with bed and breakfast accommodation, set within a vineyard, on the border between Pembrokeshire & Carmarthenshire, 2 miles...
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Kidwelly Farm Glamping
Kidwelly Farm Glamping
Our glamping luxury four berth safari tents are a new venture which opened Easter 2017. The tents are in large secluded pitches providing privacy and plenty of space and freedom for children....
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Kidwelly Farm Self-Catering Cottages and B&B
Kidwelly Farm Self-Catering Cottages and B&B
Kidwelly Farm Cottages offer farmhouse bed and breakfast accommodation and self-catering cottages with en-suite bathrooms, wood burning stoves and exposed...
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Larkhill Tipis & Yurts
Larkhill Tipis & Yurts
Dive into an enchanted world within the most stunning of woodland settings. On this magical land, created by Fran and Tony Wintle, traditional tipis and stylish yurts offer...
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Llanelly House
Llanelly House
Come to Llanelly House, Wales' finest Georgian building, discover the legacy of the Stepney family. Visit the café and restaurant, taste our delicious food in 18th century surroundings. Enjoy ...
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Llanerchindda Farm
Llanerchindda Farm
If you are looking for a fun and peaceful location to spend some quality time, this farm is as ideal as it gets.There is so much to do here, so be ready ...
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Llwyn Helyg Country House
Llwyn Helyg Country House
Llwyn Helyg is an award winning Country Couse situated in South Wales at the heart of the Tywi Valley, less than half an hour west of Swansea and midway between the bustling...
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Llwynhelig Manor & Self-Catering Apartments
Llwynhelig Manor & Self-Catering Apartments
This destination is a great choice for a relaxing getaway. Family owned and dog friendly, you will feel at home straight away. ...
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Mansion House LLansteffan
Mansion House LLansteffan
One of the best kept secrets in Wales, this place will take your breath away. Set within 5 acres of stunning grounds, you will have the best panoramic views from the area....
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Maryellens@139
Maryellens@139
Great coffees, homemade cakes and lovely lunches...If we look full to capacity downstairs, we’ve got upstairs seating too... not to worry if you cant stop we can get you some...
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Merlin’s Hill Centre
Merlin’s Hill Centre
Merlin’s Hill has, at its summit, the site of an Iron Age Hillfort. Dating back to around 400 B.C., it is one of the few large hillforts in West Wales whose size alone suggests ...
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National Botanic Garden of Wales
National Botanic Garden of Wales
Our mission to inspire, educate and conserve has not only made us a beautiful place to visit but a fascinating and relevant one too. We have an amazing collection of...
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National Wool Museum
National Wool Museum
The National Wool Museum is located in the former Cambrian Mills in the village of Dre-fach Felindre in the beautiful Teifi Valley, Carmarthenshire....
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Pantysgyfarnog Bed & Breakfast
Pantysgyfarnog Bed & Breakfast
Located in Carmarthen, Pantysgyfarnog offers 4-star accommodation with a garden and a terrace. This 4-star guest house offers a shared lounge and room service. ...
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Pethau Da
Pethau Da
Located on the lower ground floor our coffee shop uses locally sourced produce to offer a range of homemade meals and snacks cooked freshly on the premises and catering for all tastes. A ...
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