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In the heart of the beautiful Carmarthenshire county, your dream holiday cottage in Carmarthen awaits. Rich in history, the town is the perfect location for those who revel in exploring the past and close to numerous attractions in the area. If Carmarthenshire has caught your eye, why not take a look at our portfolio of Carmarthen holiday cottages below? Our properties range from traditional and modern cottages to chalet lodges, barn conversions, country homes and holiday apartments, so whatever your tastes or requirements you can rest assured you will find the perfect abode.
For those looking for luxury, there are a selection of holiday cottages available which feature log fires or bubbling hot tubs; whilst a host are dog-friendly, which means that your pooch also gets to come along with you on your Welsh adventure. For those with specialist requirements, take a look at the key to identify features such as wheelchair accessible, or for more assistance, get in touch with our sales team.
Our holiday cottages in Carmarthen sleep groups of two or more, which means that couples, families and friendship groups can discover this fantastic part of Wales while staying all together in a wonderfully-decorated and fully-equipped holiday abode.
Situated on the River Towy, the county town of Carmarthen lays claim to being the oldest town in the entirety of the country. Between the 16th and 18th centuries the borough was the most populous part of Wales, and in 1546 the settlements of Old Carmarthen and New Carmarthen were joined together to create the town of Carmarthen that we know today. However, its origins can be traced back to pre-Roman times.
Carmarthen oozes historical charm, with plenty of historic sites, museums and architecture to please the history buffs amongst you. Carmarthen is also perfectly situated to explore the rest of the magnificent county and its offerings. Coastal delights await in places like Laugharne, Llansteffan and along the Pembrey County Park which features endless miles of gorgeous sandy beaches. Along the Carmarthen Bay, walkers are well-and-truly catered for with plenty of walks to enjoy that boast stunning views. Dogs are bound to love the great outdoors on offer here as much as you do! Within Carmarthenshire there is also a host of family-friendly activities, as well as indoor and outdoor pursuits, to keep the whole party entertained.