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Carmarthen is a historic town lying on the River Towy, some claiming it to be the oldest town in Wales with origins dating back to pre-Roman times. Enjoy a Carmarthenshire holiday cottage and get to know this beautiful area of Wales.

Why Carmarthen?

Along with Carmarthen holiday cottages scattered across the area, you will find lots to do in this lovely town, like the Gwili Railway, the first standard gauge preserved railway to operate in South West Wales, a perfect way to see the surrounding area. Excellent walks and footpaths can be found, with the countryside full of rolling hills and pastures. Explore Carmarthen Museum in a 13th century house, complete with grand garden and bordering on a lake, you can stroll around and soak in the local history. Standing for around a 1,000 years, destroyed and rebuilt a few times, Carmarthen Castle is a must-visit. Learn about the various enemies the town has seen come and go and who succeeded in conquering the castle. Feel inspired by our Carmarthen Travel Guide and plan your trip!

Places to Visit near Carmarthen

Discover the surrounding villages and towns when staying in your Carmarthenshire holiday cottage, visit the Oakwood Theme Park in Narberth for a day of thrilling rides and exciting memories, a great day out for the kids for sure. Over in Llandeilo you'll find the Dinefwr Country Park, home to Dinefwr Castle which provides gorgeous views across of the surrounding landscapes, as well as the park containing a herd of fallow deer. The Brecon Beacons is within easy access, a haven of natural landscapes and wildlife, a wonderful place for those who can't get enough of the outdoors. Places to visit include; Abergwili, Brecon, Kidwelly, Llandeilo.

Types of Holiday

If you're curious to travel to another town in the nearby area then browse our selection of holiday cottages in South Wales to see the full range of amazing properties, from apartments in busy towns, to quaint cottages down quiet country lanes. Or look through the dog-friendly cottages in Wales if you have a canine companion.

Take advantage of our wealth of experience and knowledge in holiday letting, and book a Sykes cottage today!