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Carmarthen Bay Holiday Park


Holiday Park, Kidwelly

Sleeps 8
£138 per week
  • Swimming pool
  • Pets welcome
  • Accessible
  • Child friendly

On the shores of the estuary of the Three Rivers - the Tywi, Taff and Gendraeth - Carmarthen Bay offers a great holiday experience, with a wide range of on-site facilities and plenty of places to explore nearby.

Kids will love the indoor and outdoor swimming pools and adventure playground, and all the family can enjoy a round of crazy golf.

Everything you need is on-site, so if you're looking for good old fashioned relaxation, you'll find it here. Skip cooking and have a meal at the Boathouse Restaurant which is open all day, or pick up a takeaway from Tasty Times. There's also a well stocked shop for any provisions you need, and Sparky's Kiosk for the kids.

Our kids' clubs are a great way for children to make the most of their holiday and meet new friends. Under 5s will enjoy stories, games, paints, costumes and toys with Little Sparks, while for 8 to 11 year olds Sparky's Krew offer plenty of entertainment and games.

Top-class evening entertainment, including cabaret, live bands, theme nights, competitions and games will help you round off each day.


We have a choice of accommodation to suit all pockets and group sizes, including six grades of caravans, and chalets too. Whichever you choose, beds will be made up ready for you, and our prices include gas and electricity. We have a number of accessible caravans which have been adapted for less able guests, and also some where pets are welcome.

Plenty to explore

Within easy reach are so many places worth a visit. Historic Kidwelly with its imposing castle is nearby, and a little further away is the county town, Carmarthen, which offers a wider range of shopping opportunities, including the new St Catherine's Walk centre. Across the estuary is the village of Llansteffan, above which stands a ruined Norman castle from which there are spectacular views to the Gower Peninsula. Take the coast road west and you'll soon reach the picturesque seaside resort of Tenby.


Carmarthen Bay Holiday Park

Carmarthenshire SA17 5HQ

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  • Ben
  • Kidwelly
    Carmarthenshire SA17 5HQ
  • Listed since August 2003
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