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68 Elmrise Park, Llangain, Carmarthen
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Sleeps: 7
No of Bedrooms: 3
Low Season: £225
High Season: £300

The Chalet is located on a well maintained and quiet site with a pool and play area for the children. There is plenty of parking in front of the Chalet. It is freshly decorated and is clean, with light colours and new laminated floors throughout. Available for full week or short breaks throughout the year. There is a Mexican Bar and a Restaurant adjacent to the park, and with the town of...

Sleeps: 7

No of Bedrooms: 3

Low Season: £225

High Season: £300

 

Carmarthen Tourist Information
The county town for Carmarthenshire

Carmarthen is the county town for Carmarthenshire, it is positioned nine miles from the smaller town of St Clears to the South West and about twenty-seven and a half miles from the city of Swansea to the South East.

This delightful riverside town is blessed with a wide array of shops that encompasses local independent and national retailers. As with its shops, Carmarthen offers a wide selection of eateries and pubs, which between them cater for a variety of tastes and budgets. Carmarthen also has an indoor market that's open six days a week where friendly stallholders sell an interesting mix of goods including fresh local produce, arts and crafts, jewellery, and much more. In addition, there's an outdoor market which is held a couple of times a week, along with a once monthly farmer's market.

Overlooking the River Towy are the ruins of Carmarthen Castle. Once an imposing stronghold, sadly very little remains of Carmarthen Castle today, however, it's still worth visiting if you're in the area. Dotted around the remains of the castle are interactive information points, and from the remaining battlements there are lovely views of the River Towy and the town. Carmarthen Castle houses the town's tourist information centre along with an old jailhouse dating back to the 1530’s that has been turned into a small museum.

Just over three miles North of the town is Gwili Railway, a full-size steam railway that takes passengers on a wonderful hour-long nostalgic steam train journey through the Gwili Valley. Along the route, passengers are able to alight at Llwyfan Cerrig Station to hop on board the railway's additional attraction, a miniature 7 ¼ inch railway, at this stopping off point passengers will find a picnic site down by the river along with a delightful woodland walk.

Roughly three miles North of Carmarthen town lies Carmarthen Golf Club, set in the stunning Gwili Valley it offers golfers an 18-hole course with some testing holes and well-maintained greens.

Meandering its way past the town and finally spilling out into Carmarthen Bay is the 75-mile long River Towy (Afon Tywi), a renowned river amongst anglers for its excellent sea trout (sewin) and salmon fishing.

Walkers will find a wide variety of routes on offer in and around Carmarthen, from short easy going urban walks to longer, more energetic walks through the sprawling countryside that surrounds the town.

Fancy visiting the coast? Carmarthen is only a fifteen to twenty-minute drive from the popular beaches and settlements found dotted around Carmarthen Bay.

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