South Wales Touring Park / Llwynifan Farm
Stay for seven to nine nights and receive a chocolate caravan or motorhome crafted at the award winning Heavenly chocolate shop in Llandeilo.
Discover sandy beaches, soaring cliffs, magnificent mountains and mighty castles from your base at this hillside caravan park in South Wales. The adults only, pet friendly South Wales Touring Park welcomes motorhomes and tourers to holiday on hardstanding pitches with views across the open greenery of the neighbouring valley.
Beyond the park, the surrounding area is home to many of Wales’s greatest natural and ancient man-made treasures.
Thanks to its stunning landscape of rolling moors haloed by limestone cliffs and golden beaches, the nearby Gower Peninsula was the first place in the UK to be declared an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
A short distance north, The Brecon Beacons National Park is home to the highest mountains in south Wales. Among them, you’ll find an amazing abundance of opportunities to hike, cycle, canoe, climb, scramble through caves or simply sit and contemplate the awe-inspiring landscapes.
Lonely Planet considers the coastal scenery of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park to the west among the most beautiful anywhere in the world.
Carreg Cennen and Kidwelly Castle are just two of numerous romantic medieval fortresses that tower above the idyllic local landscapes below.
Museums, galleries, shops, restaurants, lively bars, local pubs and other urban entertainment is easily found and accessed in the nearby market town of Llanelli and the port city of Swansea.
Onsite, you can treat yourself to holistic and complementary therapy sessions that include reiki and Indian head massage. The park also has a large dog walking area.
All pitches have an electric hook up. The serviced pitches also have a water hook up, a drainage hook up, and an extra-large standing area. WiFi is available parkwide and is free for guests staying on serviced pitches.
Enquire today about booking a holiday on this hillside caravan park in South Wales.
- Information point
- Battery charging
- Cycle hire
- Dog exercise area
- Holistic and complementary therapies
DirectionsExit the M4 at junction 48 onto the A4138 (signposted Llanelli). After 1.5 miles turn right at the first roundabout. Soon after, turn left between the bungalows onto the Llwynifan Farm road.
Places to visit in South Wales
- Aberglasney Garden
- National Botanic Garden of Wales
- Dinefwr Park
- Cefn Sidan Beach (Part of Pembrey country park)
- Llyn Llech Owain Country Park
- Millennium Coastal Park
- Panclaclwydd WWT Llanelli Wetland Centre
- The Gower Peninsula AONB
- Tywi Valley
- Brechfa Forest
- Llanelly House
- Parc Howard
- Kidwelly Castle
- Dryslwyn Castle
- Laugharne Castle
- Carreg Cennen Castle
- Paxton Tower
- Talley Abbey
- Dolaucothi Gold Mines
- Penderyn Distillery
- Gwili Railway
- Llanelli market
- Scarlets Rugby ground
- Dylan Thomas Boathouse
Based on 1 review(s)
Lancs 01 Sep 2015
Just returned from a 2 week holiday on this lovely site.Friendly welcome on arrival following a very long,delayed journey.Hywel suggested pitch and cup of tea was the order of the day.
Fully serviced pitch was the largest we have stayed on with a picnic table to sit and take in the wonderful views.
The facilities are very clean. Good quality hand wash and individual hand towels are a nice touch.
Hywel and Cathrin made us feel very welcome and would recommend this site to anyone looking for a peaceful,well maintain site
Property manager response (03 Sep 2015)
Thank you for the review. We are really glad you enjoyed your stay with us. We look forward to seeing you again soon. Hywel and Cathrin