Route 47 Glamping,

Carmarthenshire, Wales

Route 47 Glamping,

The site is ideally situated in a beautiful corner of the garden of Wales that is Carmarthenshire. It is located a short strut to Mynydd Mawr woodland and nature area and runs along adjacent to Route 47 Cycle path making it ideal for those Eco or outdoor enthusiast visitors who want to explore nature, Cycle & Stay and explore via cycle or on foot what the area has to offer in terms of heritage, biodiversity etc.. The site is small, totally Off Grid but close to nature with hens, ducks to collect your eggs to eat, bees to purchase local honey in a safe enclosure and meadow and wild planting with lots of wildlife to see or just site back and chill with nothing but the sound of our trees.

Llanelli is a market town and the largest community in Carmarthenshire and the preserved county of Dyfed, Wales. It is located on the Loughor estuary 10.5 miles north-west of Swansea and 12 miles south-east of the county town, Carmarthen.

On the coast of West Wales, the town of Llanelli has been made famous for its rich history in manufacturing, being the birth place of famous names like Terry Griffiths and Huw Edwards and for its tricky pronunciation for those not familiar with the Welsh language.

Sometimes known to outsiders as 'Clen-eth-li' or 'that place with all the l's,' locals living in the area know it for a whole host of different reasons.
With beautiful beaches, miles of wetlands and as the home of rugby team the Scarlets.

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