Explore the best of Carmarthenshire

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It’s enough to simply soak up the peace and tranquillity of Meidrim Meadows. But if you find yourself ready to venture out, you won’t be disappointed. We may be biassed but we think West Wales offers some real hidden gems.

Just a stone’s throw from your cosy cabin retreat, you will discover plenty to explore across Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire. Find adventure among dramatic coastlines, iconic trails and picturesque picnic spots.

Here are a selection of our favourite beauty spots and days out.

Lansteffan Strand

Walking holidays

Ditch the car and explore the network of footpaths right on your doorstep here at Meidrim Meadows that will take you through bluebell woodlands, past iron age forts and into the forests of near Gellywen.

Further afield you can find the Wales Coast Path – Amroth to Pendine is a stunning stretch; soak up the wilderness in Brechfa Forest or explore the Carmarthen Fans.

Garden holidays

Marvel at the changing seasons as you wander through the grounds at the many gardens nearby. Our favourites include the National Botanical Gardens of Wales, Aberglasney and Picton Castle.


Beach holidays

You are spoilt for choice. Just a stone’s throw away from Meidrim Meadows, you can find sandy beaches with shallow water ideal for bathing (Saundersfoot Beach), beach harbours and bustling towns (Tenby), rockpools galore (Wisemen’s Bridge) and beaches ideal for dolphin spotting and boat excursions (Mwnt and New Quay).

Skomer Puffin

Wildlife holidays

Explore the 450-acre grounds of Llanelli Wetland Centre featuring a mosaic of lakes, reedbeds, woods, pools and lagoons and home to some of the world’s rarest ducks, geese, swans, and cranes. Or take in the shimmering lake and a unique peat bog habitat at Llyn Lech Owain Country Park.

Llansteffan Castle to Ferryside

History holidays

Retrace the footsteps of the writer Dylan Thomas in Laugharne, take in the spectacular views of the Towy Valley from Paxton Tower a Neo-Gothic folly erected in honour of Lord Nelson, or explore the many castles that adorn the Carmarthenshire coastline (Kidwelly Castle, Llansteffan Castle and Dryslwyn Castle).