Carmarthen Holiday Cottages
Carmarthen sits on the banks of the River Tywi just about 8 miles before it flows into Carmarthen Bay. The town's Welsh name is Caerfyrddin, which translates to ‘Merlin’s Fort’, so it’ll be no surprise to you that one of its most famous early residents was King Arthur’s wizard, Merlin. The oldest manuscript ever found written entirely in Welsh, The Black Book of Carmarthen, contains several poems and verses about him. Nip into the Carmarthenshire County Museum to learn more and discover the town's fascinating history, which includes associations with the Celtic Demetae tribe and the Franciscan Friars, and still maintains the remains of a Roman amphitheatre.
Carmarthen holiday cottages come in all shapes and sizes, from camping pods in Broadway, a converted cabin in the rolling countryside and coastal cottages with 4-seater hot tub! Whether you're travelling with family, friends or just want a break away with your loved one, you're sure to find the perfect spot. We've got dog-friendly accommodation too, so bring your furry friend.
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