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Luxury cottages in Carmarthenshire

Luxury cottages in Carmarthenshire

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Llanelli (1ml S), West Wales

Machynys Bay - Bay View

422

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7 nights 7 nights

£403 - £973

Ferryside, West Wales

The Captains Quarters

422

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7 nights 7 nights

£695 - £1,517

St Clears (2mls SE), West Wales

The Old House

421

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7 nights 7 nights

£512 - £1,051

Luxury retreats and holidays in Carmarthenshire

The rural county of Carmarthenshire offers a number of luxury cottages which are perfect for families looking to make the most of this beautiful part of South Wales. Stretching across from the clear blue Carmarthen coastline and over to the wide-open spaces of the magnificent Brecon Beacons National Park, Carmarthenshire has plenty to discover. This strikingly beautiful area offers miles of spectacular walks through breathtaking countryside. There are several thriving towns and villages with fine pubs and restaurants to relax in, along with plenty of fascinating historic sites to explore. Offering welcoming and comfortable self-catering luxury accommodation in Wales, our range of luxury cottages in Carmarthenshire include delightful apartments, stylish houses and traditional farmhouses, many close to the glorious southern coast.

Popularly known as The Garden of Wales, Carmarthenshire has a range of attractions to enjoy. Local highlights include Carmarthen Castle, Carreg Cennen Castle and Farm, the National Botanic Garden of Wales in Llanarthney, and the quaint fishing village of Laugharne, which is famous for its association with Dylan Thomas, and may have been the inspiration for Under Milk Wood. The oldest town in Wales, Carmarthen dates back to the Roman era. Nearby Llanelli has a lively arts scene based around the Y Ffwrnes arts centre. Exploring Carmarthenshire further, other attractions include Laugharne Castle, Llyn Llech Owain Country Park, Merlin’s Hill Centre and Pembrey Country Park and Beach. Walkers can discover Llyn y Fan Fach in the Brecon Beacons, or you can go fishing, horse riding, canoeing and birdwatching.

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