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Population: 12800
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Perrivale Inn
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Ammanford (Rhydamman) is the fourth largest town in Carmarthenshire. Historically it was a C18 stopover point for stagecoaches after fording the river Amman, a centre of the coal industry and site of a famous anthracite strike when miners took over the town for ten days. Ammanford hosted the National Eisteddfod in 1922 and 1970 and was granted Fair-trade status in 2002. Ammanford is close to many attractions such as Aberglasney Gardens. The restoration is an ongoing project: nine acres of landscaping, two woodlands and a cloistered garden – mostly wheelchair accessible. The portico of the Aberglasney house is special – it was stolen, lost for 150 years and then recognised and reclaimed during a Christie’s sale. Accommodation locally is plentiful, from the Tregib Arms in Brynamman - walking distance of the Brecon Beacons to the CI8 converted watermill at Glynhir now a country house hotel (swimming and fishing available.) For those with an artistic flair, The Glynhir estate offers Mansion House B& B plus lovely self-catering cottages – courses in painting, quilting, photography and sculpture offered. If you prefer to view rather than create, the Heart of Wales railway has routes to Ammanford passing some of the prettiest scenery in Wales


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Glynhir Estate (1.82 miles)

Glynhir Estate
Self Catering, Bed & Breakfast in Carmarthenshire, South Wales, many courses and activities on offer.

Set in beautiful rural Carmarthenshire countryside in the foothills of the Black Mountain, Glynhir offers the visitor all the tranquillity you ... More | visit website
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Mill at Glynhir (2.29 miles)

Mill at Glynhir
Originally a 17th Century water driven corn mill tastefully converted into a luxury 11 bedroomed Country House Hotel, perched on the side of a beautiful valley. The 3 acres of informal landscaped grounds drop down ... More
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Stag & Pheasant Inn (3.17 miles)

Stag & Pheasant Inn

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The Stag and Pheasant is a traditional inn which is over 100 years old. It has been highly maintained by owners Delyth and Darryl.
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Travelodge Llanelli Cross Hands (4.20 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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Tafarn-Y-Deri (4.22 miles)

Tafarn-y- Deri is an ideally situated bed & breakfast in green countryside; its opposite the village green its only five minutes from the M4 motorway and all major towns; cities and tourist attractions of ... More | visit website
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Lothlorien Cottage (4.68 miles)

Lothlorien Cottage
Uniquely situated in the old mining village of Cwmgors, nestling at the base of the Black Mountain and close to the magnificent Welsh coastline with its fabulous sandy beaches, this charming spacious terraced cottage offers ... More | visit website
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Tycanol Lodge (5.80 miles)

Tycanol Lodge
Tycanol lodge is a newly renovated cottage situated in the heart of the beautiful Towy Valley. The property benefits from first class living accommodation and an extensive garden area with glorious views of the open ... More | visit website

National Trust Cottages (6.41 miles)

National Trust Cottages

Penparc cottage was constructed between 1905 and 1911 and is built in a distinctive style. Originally it was two cottages with walls of snecked masonry of local stone and a hipped terracotta roof. The cottage ... More

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The White Hart Inn (6.55 miles)

The White Hart Inn

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The White Hart Inn is situated in the heart of the picturesque Towy Valley, within a short walking distance of the quaint market town of Llandeilo. Local places of interest ... More

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Cwmcrwth Farm Cottages (6.58 miles)

Cwmcrwth Farm Cottages
Cwmcrwth Farm offers the best of both worlds; a peaceful setting for self catering holiday cottages in beautiful countryside on a secluded farm in West Wales with plenty of fresh air and open spaces but ... More | visit website

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