Known as the ‘Garden of Wales,’ Carmarthenshire offers visitors lush land and a diverse make-up, from gorgeous beaches in the west to Brecon Becons National Park and the well-known Black Mountains. Outdoor lovers will feel at home in Carmarthenshire with excellent fishing available, as well as lush greenery across the county. Holiday cottages in Carmarthenshire are as varied as the landscape; whether you’re a couple looking searching for rural retreats or a family looking for activities for the kids, you’ll find accommodation to suit you, and at prices that compare very favourably with local hotels.
In addition to the countryside, Carmarthenshire is home to many towns including Llanelli, Carmarthen and Ammanford. Llannelli, the largest in the county, is a traditional centre of industry that has been transformed in recent years into a tourism hotspot. The area is rich with landmarks and attractions. The Millenium Coastal Path, a 13-mile link between Loughor and Pembrey, provides stunning views of the Gower Peninsula and is used extensively by cyclists. The National Wetlands Centre, located one mile outside Llanelli, is a wetland nature reserve offering a rich concentration of fauna, managed by the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust.
Self-catering holiday cottages in Carmarthenshire give visitors the chance to take in all the region has to offer - its diversity makes it the perfect place for family breaks because there is something for everyone, from outdoor footpaths and fishing to grand architecture and shopping in the major towns. Carmarthenshire holiday homes are also popular with couples, who appreciate the tranquillity and fresh air on offer throughout the county.