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Staying in Carmarthenshire

Explore your inner archaeologist with the Dolaucothi Gold Mines and your inner history buff at the Kidwelly Castle. Snaptrip have a wide selection of cottages and lodges in Carmarthenshire and the surrounding area, so there’s no reason not to enjoy South Wales on your next UK short break.

About Carmarthenshire

What our customers are saying about our holiday cottages in carmarthenshire.

  1. Melanie M

    Verified purchase

    "We have just returned from a long weekend (Friday-Monday), what a beautiful house in a beautiful location. We were a group of 6 adults and 3 children under the age of 4, the house accommodated everyone's needs. The children loved the cave in the garden, everyone had a good laugh with the fancy dress box and the views were stunning. Even the 2 dogs had a great time and came home exhausted! All the rooms are well equipped and comfortable, there are a few utensils missing from the kitchen (we needed a couple more wine glasses and cooking utensils but we managed) Burry Port itself as a town is more residential, but the port is a lovely walk. Walking down into Burry Port from the house is a pleasant walk but the walk back is a bit of a climb so you need to be fit! Tenby was a 45 minute drive away and we had a great time on the beach, on our drive home we took a diversion to Rhossilli Bay and Caswell Bay which are beautiful. The only thing we struggled with was to find a nice pub/restaurant to eat in locally, we searched before we left and booked The Stradey Arms, Furnace, Llanelli for Sunday Carvery, it was a disappointment to say the least; roast potatoes done in a deep fat fryer, tinned peas, bought in Yorkshire puddings. £7.95 for a carvery so I guess you get what you pay for but it was very difficult to find a nice "eating pub"; the pubs seemed to be more "locals drinking pubs". This didn't spoil our holiday though, nobody wanted to come home and hopefully we will return!"
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  2. SnorklersOnTour

    Verified purchase

    "What a fabulous place to stay and we also enjoyed fabulous weather in March! The sitting room and kitchen were very spacious and well equipped for our large group of ten people. The deck was amazing for the view of the bay and we were thrilled to be able to use it. The garden equipment and furniture was excellent. We had four cars and there was plenty of room. The log burners were very welcome in the evenings but remember to take your own kindling and logs as the ones we bought from the garage were not very dry. The bedrooms and bathrooms were excellent and we all slept really well. Vanessa, the owner was very kind and send me all sorts of recommends and information. There were Welch Cakes, biscuits and milk in the fridge when we arrived. We walked for 15 minutes to reach the beautiful shore line and walked for over two hours along the easy access path (great for bikes, prams, little ones, wheelchairs etc). Did not get in our car from when we arrived to when we left. Town has a few places for eating some very nice pub grub type cuisine. Very relaxing and enjoyable. Do not hesitate to book, it felt like a home that someone had just handed over for the weekend, rather than a holiday lt."
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  3. Paul

    Verified purchase

    "My wife and I loved it as it was an area I grew up in 30+ years ago, beautiful part of the country. Teenage daughter thought the cottage was haunted so spoilt her week of sleep :) and the spiders .... well there were quite a few! :)The lounge\dining area wasn't very clean, sand/mud/dust on the floor and dog hair everywhere, blankets on the sofas and chairs in particular and the beds weren't made up either as linen was still wet, so after a 8 hour journey could have done without hoovering through and making the beds up. The sofa in particular is really dirty, you can't see it until you sit on it in light/white clothing and the dirt transfers onto your clothes, my wife baby wiped the chair and the muck that came off .... not great but other than that.. super! The kitchen is fab everything and anything you need in there and the view from the cottage is superb. Only thing i would say is the the 'shower over the bath' reads as though it is a shower in the bath, like most folk have in there bathrooms, not a shower head that sits on the taps and you have to hold to have a shower/rinse off! That was a bit of a pain having to sit in the bath to have a shower! :)"
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  4. Cathy

    Verified purchase

    "We had a thoroughly enjoyable and relaxing stay at S37665, and the slate floors and large garden made it perfect for our young dog's first holiday, and the views from the garden are excellent. The cottage was generally well equipped, although it lacked one or two very minor items (a potato peeler, or a knife suitable for peeling spuds would have been helpful). Llansteffan is a lovely little village, with a stunning castle and a beach which goes on for miles when the tide is out. Dogs are banned from a small stretch during the summer months, but they have more than enough space to run around. Fish and chips from Florries is a must! The cottage is well located for exploring Carmarthenshire and on into Pembrokeshire. You do need to drive pretty much everywhere, but we found journey times shorter than we had anticipated."
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  5. jimandbon

    Verified purchase

    "We have just returned home from a three night stay at this great house. We were a party of eight, plus one dog. We found the property to be everything we could have asked for. Lots of space, comfy beds, nice and warm with the heating on. Kitchen well equipped, could have done with some more wine glasses! It is situated high up above Burry Port giving a spectacular sea view. Easy walking down to the harbour and beach, hard work coming back uphill, but we're all fit so not a problem. I have to say though, it is more than 15 minutes walk to the beach. We walked at speed and it took almost 25 minutes. The town is rather run down and no actual restaurants but if you like pub food or take away then you'll be ok. Great time enjoyed by all. Thanks The full postal address for this property is as follows: [--]"
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