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Carmarthen holiday cottages

49 properties found
Carmarthen, Pembrokeshire & West Wales

Tan y Lan Fach

211

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7 nights

£350 - £545

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Carmarthen, Pembrokeshire & West Wales

High Trees

2112

Our grading

7 nights

£645 - £967

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Llansteffan, West Wales

Mayfair In Llansteffan

2111

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7 nights

£436 - £982

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Ferryside (2mls) , West Wales

Bronyn Cottage - Bronyn Farm

422

Our grading

7 nights

£804 - £1,583

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Llansteffan, West Wales

Wayside In Llansteffan

4221

Our grading

7 nights

£501 - £1,257

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Carmarthen (7mls S), West Wales

Sara's Cottage

4211

Our grading

7 nights

£569 - £1,340

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Carmarthen (7mls S), West Wales

Llys Angharad

422

Our grading

7 nights

£730 - £1,756

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Llansteffan, Pembrokeshire & West Wales

Eryl

6421

Our grading

7 nights

£861 - £1,681

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Ferryside (2mls) , West Wales

The Coach House - Bronyn Farm

633

Our grading

7 nights

£1,095 - £2,378

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Kidwelly (5.5mls NE), West Wales

Cwrt Y Cadno

8432

Our grading

7 nights

£797 - £2,003

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Ferryside (2mls) , West Wales

Wheelwright Barn - Bronyn Farm

844

Our grading

7 nights

£1,578 - £3,557

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Kidwelly, West Wales

Kidwelly Hillside Cottage

2113

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7 nights

£384 - £743

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Holiday cottages and self-catering accommodation in Carmarthen

Carmarthen is a county town on the River Towy, thought to be the oldest town in Wales. Its Roman fort is believed to date from the first century and nearby is one of two remaining Roman amphitheatres in Wales. When staying in one of our Carmarthen cottages, a visit to the castle is not to be missed – it’s free to visit. Carmarthenshire County Museum is just out of the town at Abergwili, in an old house which has been in continuous use since about 1290, surrounded by lawns, gardens and trees and bordered by a lake. Founded as a college, it became the Bishop's Palace for the diocese of St David's. As for amenities, there are an array of supermarkets, pubs, eateries and shops, perfect for picking up treats when you’re staying in one of our self-catering cottages in Carmarthen.

Take your pick of our holiday cottages in Carmarthenshire, and you’ll find yourself close to a number of interesting attractions, including the National Botanic Garden of Wales to the east of the town. Enjoy a nostalgic ride on board a vintage steam train on the Gwili Railway or get to know the avian residents at the British Bird of Prey Centre (9.5 miles). History buffs will enjoy a visit to Laugharne Castle (13 miles) on the coast, or in the opposite direction, foreboding Carreg Cennen Castle (19 miles). Browser our collection of holiday homes in Carmarthen below, or expand your search to include all of our West Wales cottages. Carmarthen is a fantastic destination for a Wales holiday.