There are a number of attractions in Carmarthenshire, we have a well stocked Tourist Information room, which has all the information you need.
The following links will take you to the list of attractions that are in the area, there are well over 50 ranging from:
|Arts and Crafts||Beaches||Castles & Historic Places|
|Cinema & Theatre||Country Parks||Countryside|
|Dylan Tomas||Brecon Beacons||Gardens|
|Places to Visit||Golf Courses||Leisure Centres & Swimming Pools|
|Museums||Fishing||Wales Coastal Path|
For a full up to date list go to: Discover Carmarthenshire
For information on our two neighbouring counties, Pembrokeshire and Swansea click on the links below (They will open into a new page)
Just a short drive for us (3miles) is Parc Pemberton and Parc Trostre, these two retails parks are next door to each other. Stores include BHS, M&S Boots, HMV, New Look, Peacocks, Halfords, a small Debenhams, River Island, Outfit, TK Maxx, WHSmith, Laura Ashley, Quicksilver, La Senza, a selection of mobile phone stores & a Tesco Extra store, a large Asda Living store. There are also a few food outlets including Subway, Starbucks, Pizza Hut, KFC and McDonalds.
These two retail parks are a shoppers paradise and much better than most other out of town retail parks that you may have visited. They are regarded as the best in Wales, you also have Llanelli town and Swansea City with their famous markets near by.
We have in our tourist information a file dedicated to “Eating out in Carmarthenshire” there are a number of good pubs within in walking distance in the village. We also ask all our visitors to leave feedback on each pub/ restaurant within this file. For more information on eating out visit: Discover Carmarthenshire Food and Drink
We have a selection of videos also that show what we have in our area on our “Photographs and videos” page. Click HERE to open that page.