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These single storey beautifully appointed cottages are ideal for touring the spectacular West Wales peninsula, the Brecon Beacons, the Pembrokeshire Coastal path and the Millennium Coastal Park.
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With its idyllic setting, the park affords guests the opportunity to bask in the beauty of South Wales’ natural landscape, where the sounds of the sea complement the serene vistas.
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Cenarth Falls Resort

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Situated in the famous & idyllic beauty spot of Cenarth Falls, on the borders of Pembrokeshire, Ceredigion and Carmarthenshire.
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Garnffrwd Park offers a quiet and peaceful holiday in beautiful wooded countryside grounds, ideally located to explore Carmarthenshire’s beautiful beaches and castles, at the centre of which is a 5 acre spring fed lake for fly fishing* and walks.
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Nestled within rolling countryside of Pembrokeshire and offering picturesque views of the Preseli Hills, Grondre Holiday Park provides the perfect place for rural retreats and blissful breaks with family and friends.
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At Landal Dylan Coastal Resort, you’ll be immersed in the awe-inspiring beauty and drama of the Carmarthenshire countryside and coastline, with spectacular scenery surrounding the clifftop lodges – and accommodation with large windows and private terraces from which to enjoy it.
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Set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Llanrhidian Holiday Park offers a wonderful base from which you can explore the stunning Welsh countryside.
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Pantglas Farm

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Pantglas Farm is part of our exclusive Bouja Luxury Boutique Breaks Collection.
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Nestling in the heart of the ‘Garden of Wales’, these real log lodges sit within the grounds of Pantglas Hall Estate and unite superb facilities with a perfect base for enjoying Camarthenshire’s many delights.
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Situated less than 2 miles outside the picturesque harbour town of New Quay, Pencnwc Holiday Park has something for everyone; from an indoor pool to a family clubhouse combined with a wealth of local attractions, making this an ideal destination for a seaside getaway whatever the occasion.
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Pendine Sands Holiday Park, located in the picturesque county of Carmarthenshire in South Wales, offers a tranquil yet engaging holiday experience by the coast.
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Nestled in the picturesque Preseli hills in Pembrokeshire, this scenic holiday location provides the perfect base for friends and family from which to explore the hidden delights and magnificent coastline of beautiful West Wales.
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carmarthenshire Park & Visitor Guide

Carmarthenshire, a gem in Wales, offers a unique blend of activities and tastes for families. Imagine tucking into traditional Welsh cakes after a day of exploring castles or coastlines. Adventure lovers can get their adrenaline fix with mountain biking or kayaking, while the less daring might prefer a leisurely stroll through botanical gardens. An interesting fact? Carmarthenshire is home to the first-ever garden of its kind in the world to be powered by solar and wind energy. Opting for a family break at a UK holiday park here means convenience and variety at your doorstep, making it easier to please everyone.

Have You Discovered UK Holiday Parks?

These self-contained resorts offer caravans, lodges, and sometimes tents or glamping pods. You can enjoy a range of facilities including swimming pools, entertainment venues, kids' clubs, and restaurants. They're designed for families looking for a break where everything is on your doorstep!

Holiday parks offer more space and freedom than hotels, such as separate bedrooms, living areas, and your own outdoor space. With the added bonus of on-site amenities and entertainment. They're self-catering too, saving money on dining out.

Going for a UK holiday park means you can forget about stressful airports, and luggage restrictions, and you can pack the car with as many of your home comforts as you like. Plus, you're contributing to the local economy and reducing your carbon footprint.

Why Take Your 2024 Family Holiday Park Break in Carmarthenshire?

Carmarthenshire is a gem in the Welsh crown, offering a mix of stunning landscapes, from rolling hills to breathtaking coastlines. It's steeped in legend, with tales of Merlin the wizard said to have originated here.

What's new? In 2024, look out for the new adventure playground opening at Pembrey Country Park.

Festivals? Yes! The annual Carmarthen Food Festival is a must-visit, showcasing the best local produce.

Why a holiday park here? It's the perfect base to explore the diverse attractions of the area, from castles to beaches, all while enjoying the comforts and entertainment of a holiday park.

What's unique? The blend of culture, nature, and adventure. Plus, the Welsh welcome is second to none.

If you're visiting Carmarthenshire with kids

Absolutely, Carmarthenshire is a playground for kids. From beach days at Cefn Sidan to exploring the National Botanic Garden of Wales, there's no shortage of adventures.

Why a holiday park? It offers flexibility, with activities for all weather, and the chance for kids to make new friends.

  1. Waterproof clothing and wellies – for those unpredictable Welsh showers.
  2. Sunscreen and hats – for sunny days at the beach.
  3. Bucket and spade – essential for sandcastle competitions.
  4. Comfortable walking shoes – for exploring the countryside.
  5. Swimwear – for the holiday park pool and seaside fun.

Pet Friendly Carmarthenshire Adventures

Carmarthenshire loves pets, and there are plenty of places that welcome them with open arms.

Restaurants and pubs? The Plough Inn at Llandeilo and The Warren in Carmarthen are great picks for dining with your furry friend.

Tips? Always carry water and a bowl during walks, and check beach pet policies during summer.

Dog walking ideas in Carmarthenshire

Route Distance (miles) Scenery Postcode
Pembrey Country Park 8 Forest and beach SA16 0EJ
Llansteffan Beach 2 Beach and castle SA33 5AJ
Brechfa Forest Varies Woodland SA32 7RA
Kidwelly Quay 3 Estuary SA17 5HQ
Towy Valley Path 5 River and countryside SA31 3AD

Dining at the park, or heading out

Most holiday parks in Carmarthenshire have on-site restaurants, offering convenience after a day of exploring.

Local cuisine? Welsh cakes, laverbread, and Carmarthen ham are must-tries.

Family friendly? Y Polyn is fantastic for families, offering a relaxed atmosphere and a menu with something for everyone.

For couples? Wright's Food Emporium offers a cosy setting with an impressive wine list.

Outdoor Family Adventures

Carmarthenshire is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts.

Activity centres? Pembrey Country Park offers everything from skiing to tobogganing, with bike hire available too.

Watersports? Llanelli and Burry Port are hotspots for sailing and kayaking. Expect to pay around £20-£40 for sessions.

Nearby shopping

Name Type On Offer Postcode
Carmarthen Market Traditional market Local crafts and food SA31 1QZ
St. Catherine’s Walk Shopping centre High street brands SA31 1GA
Gateway to Wales Gift shop Welsh souvenirs SA19 6RT
Llandeilo Antiques Antique shop Unique finds SA19 6AH
Wright's Food Emporium Delicatessen Gourmet foods and wine SA32 7NG

Top Parks for 2024 in Carmarthenshire

Pantglas Hall Lodges, Carmarthenshire

Driving Distance: About 21 minutes (9.98 miles) | Sleeps: 6 | Pet friendly? No

About this park: Pantglas Hall Lodges offer a unique blend of historical charm and modern leisure facilities, set within the picturesque 'Garden of Wales'. These real log lodges provide a serene escape amidst the remnants of the Pantglas Hall Estate, offering a perfect base to explore Carmarthenshire's diverse attractions.

For the kids - The park is a haven for children, featuring a playground where they can let off steam, alongside family-friendly activities like table tennis and tennis courts. The indoor pool ensures fun swimming sessions regardless of the weather.

What's on-site? Guests can enjoy a range of facilities including an indoor pool, sauna, gym, Wi-Fi access in the coffee shop, games room, snooker tables (charges apply), and a restaurant. The coffee shop is perfect for light bites, while the shared hot tub offers a spot of relaxation.

What's nearby? Explore the lush Carmarthenshire countryside, sandy beaches, and historical sites. Nearby attractions include the National Botanic Garden of Wales (30 minutes drive), and Kidwelly Castle (35 minutes drive), offering a mix of educational and outdoor fun for all ages.

Accommodation options: The park offers Scandinavian style lodges suitable for couples, groups, and families, with options sleeping up to 6 people. While pets aren't allowed, the lodges come equipped with modern amenities including a fully equipped kitchen, Flatscreen TV, and a multi-fuel burner for a cosy stay.


Carmarthen Bay, Carmarthenshire

Driving Distance: About 29 minutes (17.78 miles) | Sleeps: 8 | Pet friendly? Yes

About this park: Carmarthen Bay is a family-friendly holiday park set against a backdrop of stunning scenery, offering a plethora of activities for a memorable outdoor holiday. From rock pooling and seaside walks to enjoying the park's leisure facilities, there's something for everyone.

For the kids - The park boasts an indoor heated pool with a waterslide, kids clubs, an adventure playground, and a mini-golf course, ensuring endless entertainment for the younger guests.

What's on-site? On-site amenities include The Boathouse Bar and Restaurant, a takeaway, Costa Coffee, an entertainment venue, convenience store, and a laundrette. The amusement arcade and multi-sports court offer additional fun for the whole family.

What's nearby? Nearby attractions include Pembrey Country Park (20 minutes drive) with its Blue Flag beach and outdoor activities, and Kidwelly Castle (15 minutes drive), offering historical exploration. Laugharne Castle, associated with Dylan Thomas, is also within a short drive.

Accommodation options: Carmarthen Bay offers a range of pet-friendly accommodation options including luxury lodges and superior caravans, sleeping up to 8 guests. Many units are double glazed and centrally heated, ensuring a comfortable stay year-round.


Landal Dylan Coastal Resort, Carmarthenshire

Driving Distance: About 26 minutes (19.63 miles) | Sleeps: 6 | Pet friendly? No

About this park: Landal Dylan Coastal Resort offers luxury lodging with breathtaking views of the Taf Estuary. This clifftop resort is perfect for those seeking a blend of relaxation and adventure, with its infinity pools, spa treatments, and proximity to the Wales Coast Path.

For the kids - The resort provides a children’s play area and seasonal family activities, ensuring fun for all ages. The family-friendly atmosphere makes it an ideal choice for those with children.

What's on-site? Highlights include indoor and outdoor infinity pools, a well-equipped gym, salt sauna, herbal steam room, and a bar and restaurant with panoramic views. The resort also offers tennis courts and a concierge/chauffeur service around the resort.

What's nearby? Explore the National Botanic Garden of Wales (30 minutes drive), Laugharne Castle, and the sandy beach of Pendine Sands. The quaint seaside town of Tenby is also within driving distance, offering additional coastal charm.

Accommodation options: The resort features stylish lodges with options for families and groups, including those with private hot tubs. Accommodations are designed with luxury and comfort in mind, offering large windows and private terraces to enjoy the stunning views.


Pendine Sands, Carmarthenshire

Driving Distance: About 32 minutes (24.22 miles) | Sleeps: 8 | Pet friendly? Yes

About this park: Pendine Sands Holiday Park is nestled in the beautiful county of Carmarthenshire, offering a peaceful coastal retreat with a mix of leisure and adventure. The park's amenities and proximity to the seven-mile stretch of Pendine Sands beach make it an ideal choice for families and couples alike.

For the kids - Facilities for children include an indoor heated pool, kids clubs, an adventure playground, and an amusement arcade, ensuring there's always something to keep the younger guests entertained.

What's on-site? The park features dining options such as The Beach Racer Restaurant, Café on the Beach, and a fish chippery. For relaxation, there's a beer garden and Costa Coffee. The Sands Showbar provides evening entertainment.

What's nearby? The Museum of Speed, capturing the spirit of land speed records set on Pendine Sands, is a must-visit. The surrounding region offers picturesque countryside, ancient castles, and botanical gardens, providing a wealth of exploration opportunities.

Accommodation options: Pendine Sands offers a variety of accommodation, including pet-friendly options. From lodge-style holiday homes to modern caravans, there's something to suit every preference, all equipped with modern amenities for a comfortable stay.


Family Days Out In Carmarthenshire

Carmarthenshire, with its lush landscapes and picturesque views, is a haven for families looking for a memorable getaway. From adrenaline-pumping theme parks to tranquil gardens, there's something for everyone. And if you're staying at one of the holiday parks in Carmarthenshire, you're in for a treat with these top attractions nearby.

Pembrey Country Park

  • Opening Times: Daily, 10:00 - 17:00
  • Prices: Free entry, parking fees apply
  • Postcode: SA16 0EJ
  • Est. time required: Half to full day
  • Nearest parking: On-site

Pembrey Country Park is a massive outdoor space with beaches, wooded areas, and loads of activities. It's perfect for families who love the outdoors. There's a dry ski slope, toboggan run, and even a mini-golf course. The best time to visit is during summer for a full day of fun.

Phone number: 01554 742424 | Web: Pembrey Country Park

National Botanic Garden of Wales

  • Opening Times: 10:00 - 18:00 daily
  • Prices: Adults £12.50, Children £5
  • Postcode: SA32 8HN
  • Est. time required: 3-4 hours
  • Nearest parking: On-site

This isn't your average garden. Think of it as a giant, living museum. The Great Glasshouse is a must-see. It's the largest single-span great glasshouse in the world. Spring and summer are the best times to see everything in bloom. Tip: Check their website for special events.

Phone number: 01558 667149 | Web: National Botanic Garden of Wales

Dinefwr Park and Castle

  • Opening Times: 10:00 - 17:00 daily
  • Prices: Adults £9, Children £4.50
  • Postcode: SA19 6RT
  • Est. time required: 2-3 hours
  • Nearest parking: On-site

Dinefwr Park and Castle offers a mix of nature and history. The castle ruins provide stunning views of the Tywi Valley. It's a great spot for a family picnic. The park is home to a herd of deer and the rare White Park Cattle. Early morning or late afternoon are the best times for wildlife spotting.

Phone number: 01558 824512 | Web: Dinefwr Park and Castle

Kidwelly Castle

  • Opening Times: 10:00 - 17:00 daily
  • Prices: Adults £6.90, Children £4.10
  • Postcode: SA17 5BQ
  • Est. time required: 1-2 hours
  • Nearest parking: Nearby

Kidwelly Castle is a medieval fortress with a lot of history. It's less crowded than other castles, so you can really soak up the atmosphere. The views from the top are incredible. It's a bit of a climb, but totally worth it. Best visited on a clear day for the best views.

Phone number: 01554 890104 | Web: Kidwelly Castle

Llanelli Wetland Centre

  • Opening Times: 09:30 - 17:00 daily
  • Prices: Adults £9.45, Children £5.50
  • Postcode: SA14 9SH
  • Est. time required: 2-3 hours
  • Nearest parking: On-site

Bird lovers, this one's for you. The Llanelli Wetland Centre is a paradise for feathered friends and those who enjoy watching them. You can even hand-feed the rarest goose in the world here. Spring is the best time for a visit when you can see chicks hatching.

Phone number: 01554 741087 | Web: Llanelli Wetland Centre

The Gwili Steam Railway

  • Opening Times: Varies, check website
  • Prices: Adults £14, Children £7
  • Postcode: SA33 6HT
  • Est. time required: 2-3 hours
  • Nearest parking: On-site

All aboard for a trip back in time on the Gwili Steam Railway. This is a hit with kids and anyone who's a fan of vintage trains. The ride through the Welsh countryside is stunning. They often have themed rides, so check their schedule. A sunny day makes the journey even more magical.

Phone number: 01267 238213 | Web: The Gwili Steam Railway


Whether you're staying at one of the holiday parks in Carmarthenshire or just visiting for the day, these attractions offer a diverse range of experiences that are sure to make your stay memorable. From historical sites to natural wonders, Carmarthenshire has it all.

FAQs

This is our first stay on a holiday park, what will it be like?

Expect a laid-back vibe with loads of activities for kids and adults alike. Places like Pendine Sands Holiday Park offer entertainment, pools, and even nature trails. It's like a mini-village where everything's designed for family fun. You'll find a mix of chalets, caravans, and sometimes lodges, all kitted out with home comforts.

What should I pack when visiting Carmarthenshire?

Pack for all weathers – seriously, it can be sunny one minute and raining the next. Don't forget your walking boots for exploring Brechfa Forest or the coastal paths. Also, swimming gear is a must for the holiday park pools and nearby beaches.

Is Carmarthenshire a good place to visit ‘off-season’?

Absolutely! It's quieter, and you'll get to see a different side of the area. Think crisp walks in Pembrey Country Park, cosy pub lunches, and fewer crowds at popular spots. Plus, holiday parks like Carmarthen Bay Holiday Park often have indoor facilities, so there's always something to do.

Will my hot tub be cleaned before we arrive?

Yes, for sure. Holiday parks with hot tub facilities, such as Pantglas Hall Lodge & Leisure Club, ensure they're thoroughly cleaned and maintained between guests. You can look forward to a sparkling clean hot tub ready for those relaxing soaks.

Can we bring our pets to the holiday park?

Many parks in Carmarthenshire are pet-friendly, like Fishguard Holiday Park. They understand that pets are part of the family. Just check in advance as there might be a small extra charge, and they'll likely have specific caravans or areas for pet owners.

How do we book activities, and do they need to be booked in advance?

It's a good idea to book in advance, especially during peak times. You can usually do this online or over the phone before you arrive. Some activities can be booked on-site, but popular ones like zip-lining or water sports fill up fast.

What's the food situation like at holiday parks?

You'll find a range of options, from on-site restaurants and takeaways to fully equipped kitchens in your accommodation. Pendine Sands, for example, has a lovely restaurant with sea views. Or you can explore local eateries in Carmarthenshire – there's plenty of great places to eat.

Are there any discounts for local attractions?

Yes, holiday parks often have partnerships with local attractions and can offer discounted tickets. Check at reception or in your welcome pack. It's a great way to save on days out to places like Kidwelly Castle or Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo.

What if we need medical assistance during our stay?

No worries, all parks have first aiders on-site, and you'll be given information on the nearest doctor or hospital when you check in. Pharmacies and medical centres are also easily accessible in nearby towns.

Is there WiFi in Carmarthenshire holiday parks?

Most parks offer WiFi, either free throughout or in specific areas. Perfect for posting those holiday snaps or a quick weather check. However, it's worth noting that in some rural spots, the connection can be a bit hit and miss, so prepare for a bit of digital detox.

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