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Three Rivers Hotel & Spa
Undercliff
Ferryside
West Wales

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Situated on the southern boundary of the Carmarthenshire seaside village of Ferryside, which nestles on the Three Rivers estuary of Carmarthen Bay, the hotel boasts a friendly environment and magnificent views. Overlooking Llanstephan and its ancient castle to the west, and Carmarthen Bay towards Caldy Island and Tenby to the south west, this non-commercial, peaceful and quiet town is the ideal location for a relaxing weekend break in West Wales. Due to its proximity to Carmarthen, Llanelli and other centres, Ferryside is also an ideal corporate meeting place.

Incorporated within the hotel is Carmarthenshire's premier private health facility, including a heated swimming pool, jacuzzi and fully-equipped gym.

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Ratings/Awards: 3 Star
Number of Rooms: 15
Number Ensuite: 15
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