Ffynnon Rhosfa Farm - Bed and Breakfast Accomodation in Carmarthenshire

Ffynnon Rhosfa Farm
Llwynteg, Llannon, Llanelli
Carmarthenshire
South Wales
SA14 8JN
Tel: 01269 845874
E-mail: ffynnon.rhosfa@virgin.net

Local Attractions

Glynhir Golf Club

Glynhir Golf Club is a mature parkland course at the western end of the beautiful Brecon Beacons National Park. It is surrounded by fine countryside beautiful views and with the rivers Loughor and Gwyddfan alongside its boundaries.

Distance: 11.1 miles

Derllys Court Golf Club

The course is best described as an undulating parkland set up.
Water hazards and bunkers come into play providing an interesting challenge. The course presents breathtaking views of rolling hills and valleys.

Distance: 11.8 miles

National Wetlands Centre Wales

Set in 500 acres just outside Llanelli the reserve is situated at the edge of the Burry Inlet, which is acknowledged in Wales as the premier estuary for wildfowl and waders.

Distance: 9.0 miles

Gwili Steam Railway

The only standard gauge operating in South West Wales.
Check for special event days and evening

Distance: 20.5 miles

National Wool Museum

Located in the historic former Cambrian Mills the National Wool Museum is a special place with a spellbinding story to tell.

Distance: 30.9 miles

Red Kite Feeding Centre

Watch the spectacular Red Kites birds of prey swoop down to feed.
This is a sight not to be missed.
2pm winter / 3pm summer

Distance: 27.4 miles

Carreg Cennen Castle

Discover the hidden secrets of the castle voted Wales most romantic ruin in 2010 with its breathtaking panoramic views.

Distance: 14.9 miles

Brechfa Forest & Mountain bike Trails

Spectacular mountain bike trails and stunning walks in the heart of Carmarthenshire.

Distance: 21.7 miles

Glyn Abbey Golf Club

The golf course is located on the southern slope of the Gwendraeth valley and set amist a woodland area with tremendous views in all directions. An extensive tree planting program took place throughout the course which is characterised by its wide undulating fairways.

The 18 hole par 70 course is 6202 yards in length and has been built to international standards. There are some tremendous holes to test even the lowest handicap golfer. Each hole has its own character and requires considerable thought.

Distance: 9 miles

Carmarthen Golf Club

Three miles or so up the slopes of the Gwili Valley from Carmarthen, amid some of the choicest Welsh countryside is Carmarthen Golf Club. It was first formed in 1907, in 1928 the club moved north to a new course designed by J H Taylor at Rhydymarchog, a rural delight.

Distance: 19.7 miles

Aberglasney House and Gardens

Spectacularly set in the beautiful Tywi valley of Carmarthenshire, Aberglasney House features one of the finest gardens in Wales. Aberglasney Gardens have been an inspiration to poets since 1477. The story of Aberglasney spans many centuries, but, the house's origins are still shrouded in obscurity.

Distance: 11.2 miles

Pembrey Country Park

Wander around 202 hectares of glorious parkland. Picnic sites, pitch and put, adventure playground,miniature railway and ski slope.
Then take your breath away with a walk along Pembrey beach 7 miles long.

Distance: 11.6 miles

Ashburnham Golf Club

Ashburnham Golf Club is one of the classic Welsh links courses. A challenging course with the current course record no lower than 70.

Distance: 11.0 miles

Parc Garnet Golf Club

Set in120 acres of rolling countryside over looking the Beautiful Brecon Beacons National park

Distance: 11.7 miles

Dylan Thomas Boathouse

Home and writing shed of the famed Welsh poet Dylan Thomas.
Visual presentation and tea rooms, just a walk away from Laugharne castle

2014 is the centenary of Dylan Thomas`s birth

Distance: 27.7 miles

Machynys Peninsula Golf & Country Club

Machynys Peninsula Golf & Country Club incorporates the first Nicklaus design golf course in Wales as well as first class golf,spa and leisure facilities.

Distance: 8.0 miles

Celtic Trail Cycle Route

The Celtic Trail is a network of dedicated cycle routes in the National Cycle Network, crossing West, South and Mid Wales, and covering 377 miles in total. It is divided into east and west sections. The west section links Pembroke and Fishguard on the west coast to Swansea, and the east section covers the area from Swansea to Chepstow, Abergavenny and Hay-on-Wye in the east. It is largely traffic free and a great way to discover the countryside of Carmarthenshire. There is a choice of a low-level route, or a high-level route for mountain bikes.

Distance: 11.5 miles

National Botanical Gardens of Wales

Deep in the beautiful Towy Valley of South and South West Wales lies a world class garden for the Millennium. The National Botanic Garden of Wales works to conserve threatened plant species and to create a unique experience for visitors. See the Mediterranean landscape created within the world's largest single span glasshouse. Or visit one of Europe's longest herbaceous borders all set within a partially restored Regency Park.

Distance: 10 miles