Carmarthenshire Cottages

Would you like to come for a country cottage holiday in Carmarthenshire, south west Wales?

Carmarthenshire is a lovely destination for self catering cottage holidays, not only because of its stunning surroundings, but also because of the numerous landmarks. Wedged between the Brecon Beacons and Pembrokeshire Coast national parks, is a good place to be in south west Wales. Make yourself at home with self-catering accommodation and enjoy a brilliant holiday in Wales.

There is every possible variety of holiday accommodation in Carmarthenshire, we believe that self-catering is by far the best choice because it frees people from dressing up for dinner unless they really want to and leaves them with a far greater choice of whether to stay in their holiday home in the evenings with a movie and take-away or go out. Holiday cottages compete with each other for guests and will have various amenities to attract guests. Swimming pools and hot tubs top the list although WiFi, a beautiful garden and patio with BBQ is also desirable.

Reasons why this part of south west Wales is bewitching for self-catering breaks; Carmarthenshire nestles the Aberglasney Gardens, Hywel Dda Gardens, Norwood Gardens and the most visited National Botanic Garden of Wales. Owing to the presence of so many beautiful gardens, the region has earned the sobriquet ‘Garden of Wales’. Now, wouldn't you like to visit gardens on holiday?

While on country cottage holidays in the Carmarthenshire, you can explore its many landmarks. These include architectural marvels and historic attractions like the spectacular Carmarthen Castle, Carreg Cennen Castle, Paxtons Tower and Talley Abbey. You can also get an insight into the history of the county by visiting its museums and galleries that have extensive collection of artefacts, paintings and other things. You can visit the Carmarthenshire County Museum, Kidwelly Industrial Museum, National Wool Museum and Parc Howard Art Gallery & Museum.

There is so much more that you can do while taking a break in the county, such as visit the sandy beaches, try different activities like riding and trekking or play a round of golf at its famous golf courses. You can also explore the serene countryside, nearby which many country cottages are located. Not only are there numerous self catering cottages available in the countryside, but also in the cities.  Some parts of Carmarthenshire extend in to the Brecon Beacons national park, check ads for details of exact cottage locations.

Enjoy using Country Cottages Online to find self catering accommodation in Carmarthenshire. You can look through the detailed information in our Area Guide to find more information on cottage holidays in Carmarthenshire.


Popular Property Types in Carmarthenshire

Looking to book a hot tub holiday in Carmarthenshire for a truly relaxing break? Or need to find pet-friendly accommodation in Carmarthenshire for a pet-friendly holiday? Or maybe you want to book a luxury cottage, a romantic cottage or a large holiday house for a group of friends and country house home looking to holiday in Carmarthenshire. Popular types of holiday cottages in Carmarthenshire include:

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Frequently Asked Questions about Carmarthenshire

Whether you want to rent a self-catering cottage, a lodge or a mansion, Carmarthenshire is a wonderful area of West Wales to discover on a self-catering holiday. Guests choose to holiday in Carmarthenshire because of the picturesque scenery and rural areas, lovely towns and villages including Carmarthen, Kidwelly, Laugharne, Llandeilo, Llanelli and Llansteffan and Newcastle Emlyn and the area's unique attractions, sightseeing destinations of interest.
Some of the top attractions in Carmarthenshire There are mountains, lakes, castles, waterfalls, and beaches all within driving distance for day trips, or you can stay local and simply walk out of the front door into woods and fields. There are excellent sites for walking and biking (check out the National Resources Wales website for local woodlands), and you'll find a range of shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants in the local village of Llangadog (2 miles) and the towns of Llandeilo and Llandovery, both less than 15 mins drive away. Red kites fly over the grounds, and you can visit the Red Kite Feeding Centre if you want to see them more closely.
Some of the top activities in Carmarthenshire are canoeing, caving, climbing, golfing, hiking, horse riding, stargazing, swimming, tennis, walking
Country Cottages Online features 4 holiday cottages in Carmarthenshire for you to choose from, including dogs-allowed, family-friendly as well as a good number of rentals with leisure facilities to help you relax and facilities to keep you entertained on holiday. Prices for cottages in Carmarthenshire range from £324 to £11734 per week.