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
South Wales Touring Park/Llwynifan Farm is a charming, quiet park for adults only, found close to Llangennech in the heart of the Welsh countryside. The park is open from 1st March to 27th November, and welcomes guests with motorhomes and touring caravans. Seasonal pitches are available for guests looking to spend an extended period of time at the park or return throughout the year. Although privately owned it is part of the Tranquil Touring Parks group of 'adults only' campsites.
All of the pitches at South Wales Touring Park are hardstanding. All pitches benefit from electric hook up, while the serviced pitches have water hook up, drainage hook up, an extra-large standing area and free Wi-Fi. Guests staying on standard pitches can access Wi-Fi at a small additional cost, while pets are also welcome to stay at the park, again at a small added cost. A large dog walking area is provided on the site, though at certain times of the year there may be cattle on the field, so owners are asked to walk their dogs away from the park. There is plenty of open countryside, parkland, and woodland for guests to explore with their pets.
Other facilities available at South Wales Touring Park are available free of charge, and include heated toilet and shower blocks.
A laundrette service is provided in conjunction with another local business, and while there is a charge it is well worth it for the holidaymaker looking to cross another “to do” task from their list of everyday chores.
To make the most of your holidays in Wales, there are plenty of outdoor and indoor activities that will keep you fit and active. The park works closely with a local gym, so guests looking to keep in shape or hone their fitness during their stay at the site can do so while enjoying a reduced rate. Those preferring an outdoor workout combined with sightseeing across Wales can hire bikes from a local business and head out on their own across the stunning landscape. Many designated cycling routes pass through and close to the area, while much of the terrain is accessible via mountain bike for those preferring to go off the beaten track. This is also an ideal location for walking holidays.
Guests preferring to relax can take advantage of holistic and complementary therapies and treatments that are offered at the site, with Reiki and Indian Head Massage among the indulgences guests can enjoy at the park.
Away from the site, there is the whole of south and central Wales to discover. The nearest major town is Llanelli, while Swansea is also a short drive away. Both locations feature a range of culture, leisure, and entertainment attractions, from museums and galleries to modern shops and lively bars and restaurants.
Many guests choose to head to the south west coast of Wales, regularly heralded as one of the best coastlines in the world, where they’ll discover Pembrokeshire National Park and a wide range of stunning attractions. Those feeling extra adventurous also have the option of taking the ferry across to Ireland for the day. Heading into Wales, there is a wealth of market towns and country villages to discover, while you should visit the Brecon Beacons National Park, which is ideal for anyone looking for scenery, walking and adrenaline fuelled activities such as mountaineering, climbing and abseiling.
South Wales Touring Park is an ideal place for quiet adults only caravan holidays in Carmarthenshire, South Wales.
Cathrin and Hywel look forward to welcoming you to Llwynifan Farm.
Dog exercise area
Holistic and complementary therapies
DirectionsWe are easy to find. Leave the M4 at junction 48 onto the A4138 (Signposted Llanelli) In 1 1/2 miles, at the first roundabout turn right. Then after 425 yards, turn left between bungalows into our farm road.
This is a short list of what attractions are near to us. (Within a 1.5hr drive time)
National Botanic Garden
Millennium Coastal Park
Carreg Cennen Castle
Scarlets Rugby ground
Dylan Thomas Boathouse
Cefn Sidan Beach (Part of Pembrey country park)
Dolaucothi Gold Mines
Llyn Llech Owain Country Park
There are a number of attractions in Carmarthenshire, there is a well stocked Tourist Information room, which has all the information you need.
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