Carmarthen’s antiquity is attested to by its Roman amphitheatre, whose size also shows how significant this western outpost once was to that civilisation, its later importance signalled by the castle whose ruins can still be seen. With luck you might spot a coracle in the River Tywi too...
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Hotels in Carmarthen - 15 places to stay
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Boars Head Hotel
The Boar's Head Hotel is a famous Coaching Inn, steeped in history and dating back to the early 17th Century. Today with the Wales Tourist Board 3*, it offers en-suite facilities in all bedrooms.
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Ty Mawr Country Hotel
Guest rooms are all tastefully decorated in the style of William Morris, the 19th century leader of the arts & crafts movement. The rooms have embroidered fabrics with an intricacy ... More
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Drovers Arms Hotel
Situated in the historic town of Carmarthen, this traditional inn offers calm and comfortable accommodation, all of which is en suite and equipped with standard facilities.
Drovers Arms Hotel has recently been refurbished and the bar ... More
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Ivy Bush Royal Hotel
The Ivy Bush Royal commands a spectacular position at the gateway to West Wales. Welcomes business and leisure travellers to this beautiful part of the country in considerable style and comfort.
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Greenbridge Inn is situated one mile from the famous Pendine Sands in beautiful West Wales. Drive a further 4 miles west and your enter the Pembrokeshire National Park which includes ... More
Originally built in 1840, this charming family-run hotel offers free Wi-Fi wireless internet access and free secure private parking, right in the very heart of the market town of Carmarthen.
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