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Brechfa Forest Mountain Bike Trails Mountain Bike Wales has some excellent information on the trails available. These trails are 15 minutes away although you can ride in the forest directly off one of our hayfields.
Botanical Gardens of Wales Middleton Hall, Llanarthne, SA32 8HN 01558667149. Dogs are welcomed into the gardens on ‘doggy days’. Otherwise there are plenty of walks around the rest of the site beyond the gardens. Plenty to see here from the Butterfly house and the large glass biodome; reportedly to be the largest in Europe
with a variety of plants from around the world.
Aberglasney Gardens Aberglasney House and Gardens is a medieval house and gardens and is one of Wales’ finest gardens. Aberglasney Gardens, Llangathen, Carmarthenshire SA32 8QH 01558 668998
Pembrey Country Park/Beach Pembrey, Llanelli, SA16 0EJ 01554 834369. While there is a charge per car to enter the country park, the dog friendly beach area is definitely one of the
best - Car park 3 seems the best to reach the dog beach; there are also plenty of walks into the forest from here as well. There is also two cafes and a dry ski slope and a range of other activities, which seem quite popular with the children. Approx 30 minutes away.
Gwili Steam Railway Nostalgic rail station offering rides on antique steam trains, plus dining-car meals & events. Approx 15 minutes away. Bronwydd Arms Railway Station, Bronwydd Arms, Carmarthen SA33 6HT 01267 238213
Carmarthen Castle Carmarthen Castle is a ruined castle in Carmarthen. First built by Walter, Sheriff of Gloucester in the early 1100s, the castle was captured and destroyed on several occasions before being rebuilt in stone during the 1190s. The castle was captured by Owain Glyndŵr in 1405. The castle ruin is now incorprated into a section of Carmarthen's downtown area Carmarthen SA31 1AD Approx 20 minutes away.
Laugharne Castle Mighty medieval castle, Tudor mansion and poet's hideout. This is the 'brown as owls' castle beloved of Dylan Thomas, Laugharne's most famous resident. Laugharne, Carmarthenshire SA33 4SA
Llansteffan Beach Dog friendly beach. The area near the first carpark is dog friendly year-round. There is a dog ban in force from 1st May to 30th September at the northern end of the beach (near the second carpark). Carmarthen SA33 5LW

Buon Appetito A pleasant friendly and cosy cafe with a distinct Italian vibe in a traditional and pretty welsh village. Coffee Bar / Delicatessen - About 25 mins away, Wind Street, Llandysul, SA44 4BG
01559 363608
Talardd Arms A traditional family run cosy welsh pub offering friendly atmosphere and great home cooked food. A relatively small number of tables; booking recommended. Pub / Restaurant - Approx 20 mins away, Llanllwni, Pencader SA39 9DX 01559 395633
The Forest Arms A recently refurbished family owned pub / restaurant with a modern feel and friendly welcome which has a stylish selection of tasty and hearty meals. Sunday Lunch is fabulous and highly recommended; you are advised to book in advance.Pub / Restaurant - Just 10 minutes away. Brechfa SA32 7RA 01267 202288
Cresselly Arms A modern dining area with pleasant view of the river directly outside. A range of traditional pub food of good sized portions. Bar / Restaurant - Around 20 mins away. Pont-ar-gothi, Nantgaredig, Carmarthen SA32 7NG 01267 290482
Bunch of Grapes Located in the heart of Newcaslte Emlyn this bright pink pub regularly hold events and has a wide range of vegan and vegetarian dishes on offer including vegan spins on traditional pub grub classics.
Wright's Food Emporium A cosy atmosphere and unique food. Their food is cooked fresh and is constantly changing but always includes a number of veggie and vegan options.
The Hangout Hidden inside the Beechwood Industrial Unit, the cosy cafe opened in July 2016 and has become a huge success winning the best cafe in Wales in the inaugural Welsh Cafe Awards in 2019.  Beechwood Industrial Estate, Llandeilo, SA19 7HR
The Plough An award winning restaurant set in the beautiful Towy Valley in Rhosmaen, Llandeilo SA19 6NP. 25 minutes away but worth the trip.
Tesco 24-hour grocery shopping (except Sunday when opening hours are: 10:00 - 16:00). Carmarthen SA31 3AX
Carmarthen Market

The Market is sited in a modern, airy hall which houses a range of stalls selling everything from arts and crafts, antique and modern jewellery to locally produced meats, fruit and veg, cheeses and cakes. On Wednesdays and Saturdays, the popular outdoor market brings in crowds with its interesting mix of goods and on the 1st Friday of the month the Farmer's Market visits the town. Market Precinct, Carmarthen, SA31 1QZ 01267 228841

St. Catherine's Walk In the heart of Carmarthen, St Catherine's Walk is home to great fashion, food and film. With a mix of high street favourites, food and open 7 days a week
Y Gat/The Gate Located in St Clears, this gracious stone building, once a mill, then a farm store is still the focal point of St Clears. In recent years, the building has been converted and adapted to provide an art gallery & exhibition centre, Welsh crafts and gift shop, and a cafe. Y Garth Pentre Road, St Clears SA33 4AA. 25 minutes away.
Celtic Country Wines/Bistro Celtic Country Wines, The Winery, Llandysul SA44 5TD. A gift shop, viewing windows in to production, a coffee room and bistro, and plenty of wine to sample



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