Beautiful South Wales has stunning scenery, picturesque towns and an interesting history, making it perfect for coastal walks, exploring, cycling and shopping! Take in the views over the Gwyndraeth estuary or just a 30 minute drive to Carmarthen, the oldest town in Wales, brings you to traditional shopping, museums and markets.
Relax in the spa bath while the kids splash around in the indoor fun pool with flume. Enjoy lunch in the Boathouse Bar and Restaurant then challenge the family to a game of crazy golf! In the evening, enjoy a delicious meal in the Boathouse Restaurant.
Then it’s on to the Waterfront Showbar for some sparkling entertainment, with dancing, disco’s and competitions.
FacilitiesUp to overview
- Pets allowed
- Disabled access
- Family park
- Children's play area
- Take away food
- Designated / private parking
- Club house
Indoor Heated Swimming Pool with
Water Resorts programme
Sports Resorts programme
Sparkys Krew Club (5-11) & The Mix Club (12-16+),
Crazy Golf, Bingo, Darts, Pool Tables, Amusements
AccommodationUp to overview
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Nearby attractionsUp to overview
Whatever your interest, from fishing to mountain biking or golf to history, Carmarthen Bay is the ideal base to enjoy any activity you fancy, at your leisure. Visit our website for more information on the array of leisure activities available close to the Park.
These are just a few of the local attractions nearby….
Pembury Country Park contains a dry ski slope, toboggan run, nature trails and a cycle trail.
Merlins Hill Centre – A magical day for all the family. Walk the nature trails to the Iron Age hill fort site and experience breathtaking views enjoyed by Merlin the Wizard. The centre also has a farmyard and picnic area.
Oakwood Theme Park - The largest theme park in Wales with thrilling rides and attractions for all ages!
Tenby – Take a day trip to Tenby and enjoy fabulous beaches, shopping and castles.
Culla Park Activity Centre for paintball, 4 X 4 driving, dual karting and quad biking.
Kidwelly Castle – This well-preserved Norman Castle stands over the River Gwendraeth, set in picturesque surroundings.
The National Botanic Garden of Wales at Llanarthne – The first botanic garden of the new millennium with acres of themed gardens.
National Wetlands Centre – See scarce and unusual sightings at this protected site for birds.
Gwili Steam Railway – Enjoy a steam train ride through a beautiful wooded valley and take a picnic by the riverside.
The National Showcaves at Dan-yr-Ogof – Has 3 spectacular showcaves, Iron Age farm, Dinosaur Park and Shire horse centre.
Nearby recreationUp to overview
- Cycle hire
- Swimming (Indoor)
- Organised Entertainment
- Internet Access
Sports & Water Resorts Programme
Soft Play Area For Kids
Crazy golf, Darts & Amusements
The Boathouse Bar with terrace.
Carmarthen Bay Holiday Park ReviewsUp to overview
User rating: (0.0/5.0)
** This review was originally posted by Mr Williams from Pontyates. **
This park is situated in a beautiful area of the countryside, we had a lovely relaxing holiday and the children loved the place. The staff at the park are excellent and nothing was too much trouble for anyone. I would say well worth a visit.
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