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Kidwelly Bed & Breakfast

We offer a very warm welcome with pot of tea or cafetiere of fresh coffee, home made cakes & biscuits. Cereals, fruit juice, yoghurts and choice of freshly cooked breakfasts made with top quality locally sourced ingrdientRoad - Kidwelly is connected to Llanelli and Carmarthen by the A484 road.

Bus/Coach - There are regular local buses running through Kidwelly, linking the town with Llanelli and Carmarthen, with a main stop in the town centre. There is also a Coach Park located in the town centre.

Rail - Kidwelly railway station is on the West Wales Line. Westbound services from Kidwelly terminate at Carmarthen or Pembroke Dock, with less frequent direct services to Fishguard and Milford Haven. Eastbound services terminate at Swansea railway station or Cardiff Central, with less frequent direct services to Manchester Piccadilly and London Paddington.[2][3]

Cycling - Kidwelly is connected to the National Cycle Network along the coast from the east and west by NCR 4.[4] The cycle path runs directly through the town centre.

Air - Pembrey Airport is approximately 3 miles (4.8 km) east of Kidwelly, and is connected to the town by regular bus services. The nearest airport with domestic and international scheduled flights is Cardiff International Airport.

Walking- There are numerous public footpaths and bridleways in Kidwelly and Mynydd-y- Garreg, including Glan yr Afon, just behind the Wesleyan Chapel on the Bridge and Summer Way (Maes yr Haf) off Water Street. Information and maps are obtainable from the Town Council Offices in Hillfield Villas.

We have so much to be proud of within the Town, the Medieval castle; the historic and beautiful St Maryís Church on Lady Street; Kymerís Canal, the first canal to be built in Wales; Kidwelly Quay with its wide variety of wildlife and Glan yr Afon Nature Reserve with its abundant bird life, flora and fauna. A walk along the estuary is an inviting and invigorating walk, on either a warm summer day or a cold winter afternoon. The Industrial Museum in Mynyddygarreg is also worth a visit, to see evidence of our tin-making heritage and other worthy relics from the past. There is so much to see and do in and around Kidwelly.

Free entry to our beautiful local castle (within five minutes walk) can be arranged.

Folly Farm and Zoo is highly recommended by us as a great day out whatever your age.

Ffos Las racecourse with in easy reach.

Great location for reaching the beauty spots of Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire.

Contact Details

Address: 62 Causeway St
SA17 4SU
Telephone 01554890716

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This page was last updated: 01 March 2012

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