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Hotels in Llanelli
Once a mining and industrial town, Llanelli has been transformed by the regeneration of the past few decades.
Book one of our Llanelli hotels and explore an up-and-coming destination with sandy beaches, an array of wildlife and plenty of things to do.
Learn about the history of the town at Llanelly House, a Grade I listed Georgian house-turned-heritage-centre built by the town's then-MP in 1714. Or head to the Parc Howard Museum, which houses a collection of Llanelly pottery, artwork depicting the area over the decades and material related to the town's history. The 24-acre park around it is filled with flowers and trees and has bowling greens and play areas. Llanelli also has a theatre, the Ffwrnes, which hosts concerts, musicals, plays, film screenings, comedy, children's shows, cabaret performances, talks, opera and more.
The Machynys Peninsula Golf Club and Premier Spa has a 7,121-yard links golf course which has hosted eight championships since it opened in 2005. There's also a large indoor putting green and a floodlit driving range, as well as a bar and restaurant with a wraparound sundeck overlooking the course and the bay. The spa here offers a range of treatments and has a spa pool, sauna, steam room, aromatherapy room and fitness suite.
Beaches and the Millennium Coastal Park
As well as the mile-long sandy beach in Llanelli itself, there are two sandy beaches either side of Burry Port harbour, popular with surfers and canoeists for their huge waves. Ferryside also has a sandy beach with a yacht club.
The award-winning Millennium Coastal Park covers 22 kilometres of coastline along the estuary and is home to a vast range of wildlife. The North Dock Dunes and Pwll Lagoon Local Nature Reserves are home to unusual plants and rare butterflies, including the marbled white, small blue, ringlet and red admiral. Birdwatchers should head to the Burry Inlet, which is internationally important for its bird life – look out for dunlin, ringed plover, sanderling, redshank and more. The lakes, pools and streams at the Llanelli Wetland Centre also attract tens of thousands of migrating birds each year, and you can feed some of the world's rarest geese here. There's also an art gallery, a play area and regular events ranging from pond dipping to craft sessions.
Eating and drinking
For a good range of British classics and traditional puddings with custard, head to the family-run Tafarn Morlais in Llangennech. A TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence winner, the pub sources all its produce within a ten-mile radius and has a log fire, a beer garden and a TV showing sporting events. The Avo Café Bar, another Certificate of Excellence winner, serves homemade meals, cakes and scones and also sells Welsh produce and gifts. You can also expect good food at the White Lion Inn in Felinfoel – again a Certificate of Excellence winner – and the Half Moon.
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