Kidwelly is a beautiful Welsh Village located at the mouth of the Gwendraeth Valley on the A484 between Carmarthen and Llanelli. Kidwelly Railway Station offers direct services to London Paddington and Manchester Piccadilly eastbound and Pembroke Dock, Fishguard and Milford Haven westbound.
Kidwelly Castle provides an imposing backdrop in the heart of the town. Locally there are innumerable attractions from the Industrial Museum to Fos Las Racecourse, or the coastal pathway to Scarlets Rugby.
Located nearby, the Pembrey Peninsula which extends into Carmarthen Bay. The Peninsula, which is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, is a vast mixture of beach and woodland and offers a number of facilities, including a championship Golf Course, Burry Port harbour for fishing and yachting, and Pembrey Country Park, which has become the leading tourist attraction in Wales. This 500- acre site offers visitors and residents an expanse of blue flag sandy beach, forests and picnic areas and is a haven for wildlife. For those who enjoy a more active lifestyle, there are a wealth of activities on offer which include pitch and putt, dry ski slope, toboggan run, crazy golf and cycle hire – to name a few. The National Botanical Gardens are also near by, which have been voted the number one wonder of Wales’ are a magnificent example of a horticultural site and will appeal to all ages.
Carmarthen Town is the County Town of Carmarthenshire, it offers a host of amenities and eateries, and the surrounding area offers a wealth of things to do. Carmarthen is also seen as the gateway to Pembrokeshire with travel times to Tenby and Saundersfoot being around 30 minutes.