The towns of Southwest Wales are full of character and history, and offer a wide choice of activities, shops, restaurants and coffee shops.

Carmarthen is a bustling market town, and the terminal for all transport to and from our local area. It has a wealth of welsh character and is steeped in history and legend. Old parts of the town have been well preserved, while retail parks have emerged on the outskirts. It offers small craft shops and large department stores, restaurants and coffee shop chains.

Narberth, ten miles from Bronhaul, is a compact, historic town with charm and artsy character in spades. The streets are lined with gift and homeware shops, antiques and vintage stores, and some delightful coffee shops. The Queens Hall provide excellent shows, concerts and social evenings through the year.

St Clears is a quiet town to the West, offering butcher shops, great fish and chips and most necessary amenities and services.

Tenby is world-renowned for its unique buildings and beautiful beaches. Promenade walks and fishing trips to Caldey Island are all easily accessible from the town. Tour the cobbled streets by horse-drawn carriage, or visit the lifeboat stations, as featured in Channel 4’s Grand Designs.

Haverfordwest, the administrative centre of Pembrokeshire, hosts an award-winning farmers market, some great shops, and some fascinating history in its castles and churches. The golden sands and pebbled beaches of the Pembrokeshire coast are all within a short drive of there.

St. Davids, only 30 minutes from Haverforwest, boasts a beautiful Cathedral.

For more information about our local towns, visit Discover Carmarthenshire or Visit Pembrokeshire, or why not have a look at our blog?