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Reasonable hotel, clean room, nice staff. The only drawback was lack of parking and not much advice from night receptionist. It was a late arrival (11:30 pm ish) and I had to sort parking for myself in a strange town. I know it is my own fault as I should have checked when booking if parking was ...
Thanks to its vibrant Welsh culture, fantastic location and spectacular countryside, Llanelli makes a great destination for all types of holidays. From romantic country retreats to family breach breaks and relaxing weekends away, the town is perfectly placed for visitors who want to experience the best of Wales. And with a choice of three star hotels available, holidaymakers looking to stay in Llanelli are guaranteed to find a room to suit them perfectly.
With both rolling hills and rugged coastline on its doorstep Llanelli is a great destination for holidaymakers looking for an exciting outdoor holiday in Wales.
Walking, cycling, sailing and horse riding are all available in the countryside that surrounds the town. While visitors who want to learn more about Llanelli’s natural habit and wild residents should head to the nearby Wildfowl and Wetland Trust Centre, just one mile from the centre of Llanelli.
If you’re planning an active break in Wales, book into one of the comfortable and affordable three star hotels in Llanelli and you’ll have the perfect base from which to explore the surrounding landscape.
The Best Hotels for Cultural Holidays in Llanelli
As Llanelli is within easy reach of both Swansea and Carmarthen, it makes a good base for a cultural trip to South Wales. Most of the town’s three star hotels are located in the countryside on the edges of Llanelli, making them the perfect choice for holidaymakers who want to explore nearby attractions by car.
Alternatively, Llanelli has good bus and rail links to both Swansea and Carmarthen, allowing visitors without their own transportation to discover the theatres, museums, galleries and festivals of the two cities during their stay.
Though Llanelli itself only grew up in the 18th and 19th Centuries, Carmarthenshire itself is an ancient part of Wales with a huge number of historic buildings and sights to explore.
As in many Welsh town’s, sport is an incredibly important part of life in Llanelli with local teams receiving high levels of support from Llanelli’s residents.
The biggest sport in Llanelli is rugby union, and the home side, the Scarlets, beat the New Zealand All Blacks during the latter team’s tour of Wales in 1972. Home games are played at the Parc y Scarlets to the west of the town centre. Getting a ticket for a match is guaranteed to be a highlight of your stay in the region.
Rugby league, football, bowls and golf are also very popular in the town, with regular sporting events taking place throughout the year.
Booking a stay in a three star hotel in Llanelli is a fantastic way to get to know the town and the wider region. Affordable, comfortable and with a choice of locations, the hotels will help you to explore everything Llanelli has to offer.