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Visit the country of Wales and stay in one of our superb coastal cottages in Carmarthenshire. The breath-taking county in South West Wales has a diverse and exciting landscape; from golden beaches to stretches of green valleys and countryside, there is something to inspire you. Carmarthenshire is home to part of the Brecon Beacons National Park, with over 519 square miles of dramatic landscape and hundreds of walking trails to explore. If relaxing on the beach is more your thing, there are plenty of magnificent golden sandy beaches near our Welsh coastal cottages, such as the 6-mile long Pendine Sands to enjoy. You can also try your hand at water sports or take a walk on one of the glorious coastal trails that occupy the area.
Nestled between the Gower Peninsula and Pembrokeshire, Carmarthenshire is the perfect place to explore the whole of South Wales. If you like to visit historic sites, there are plenty of superb castles such as the 12th- century Carmarthen Castle, or the imposing Kidwelly Castle, which overlooks the River Gwendraeth. Head off on foot to the stunning Four Waterfalls Walk and view the amazing natural waterfalls and caves or spot wildlife at Millennium Coastal Park. Carmarthenshire’s largest town of Carmarthen is home to interesting museums and galleries, while the market towns in the area, such as Llandovery and Llandeilo have fantastic independent shops, pubs and restaurants. Explore our coastal cottages in Carmarthenshire below and find the ideal coastal accommodation for your next Welsh break.
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