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Top recommendations from locals

Museum
“The views, the walks, the nature and the pubs were inspiration enough for Dylan Thomas. We are sure you will also find inspiration, refreshment and pleasure as he did here in Laugharne.”
  • 21 locals recommend
Museum
“Great museum telling the story of wool in Wales. Lovely cafe and restaurant and a working mill next door with a viewing gallery.”
  • 21 locals recommend
Spiritual Center
“Pretty abbey ruins which are great for exploring, allows dogs and has a lovely tearooms. On a Tuesday a great outdoor food market is next door. ”
  • 16 locals recommend
Museum
“Discover the history of Tenby. There's a pirate treasure trail for the kids.”
  • 5 locals recommend
Waterfall
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“Dramatic waterfall and Waterwheel. Located in the Neath valley which is renowned for its waterfalls. ”
  • 10 locals recommend
Cafe
“A welsh heritage railway! Take a step back in time. Many different events onboard from festive trips on Santas magical steam trains throughout December to cream teas or Sunday lunch dining whilst enjoying beautiful views.”
  • 5 locals recommend
Art Gallery
“Various art exhibitions and good selection of art in the shop. Gallery is in Carmarthen's Historic Art School and purpose built building.”
  • 5 locals recommend
Museum
“The museum tells the story of coal mining at the Cefn Coed Colliery, once the deepest anthracite coal mine in the world.”
  • 4 locals recommend
Café
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“Myddfai community hall is well worth a visit, just five minutes up the hill from North Lodge. Community project and art centre, the hall has a lovely cafe which makes great light lunches and afternoon teas (and we provide the coffee). There is an amazing little shop filled with locally made crafts of a very high standard. The stained glass window in the hall is worth a look, and there is also the story of the Lady of the Lake to read about here. ”
  • 5 locals recommend
Museum
“Lots of local history and examples of what has been found in and around Carmarthen.”
  • 4 locals recommend
Store
“The museum is located in a 1795 farmhouse, surrounded by 12 acres of beautiful countryside. With exhibits entitled The Welsh Gallery, Old Schoolroom, Transports of Delight and The Railway Room, as well as themed exhibits and a timeline of toys through the years, the museum is sure to delight. ”
  • 3 locals recommend
Museum
“A small museum dedicated to the history of the internal combustion engine in industry over the last 100 years. The collection covers early oil engines through to gas turbines, but with the emphasis on diesel power from the 1920s to the 1960s. Exhibits are displayed in as near to the original working environment as possible, so that vistors can see, smell and hear what these engines did. The museum runs engines 7 days a week during the summer months, and by arrangement in the winter period.”
  • 3 locals recommend
Museum
“Site of the National Coracle Centre, dedicated to coracle making and usage in West Wales.”
  • 2 locals recommend
Store
“Great Veggy wholesome food - We think its the best value for lunch in Carmarthen, but get there between 12-1 pm for best choices. Also good for food to go. Not open evening.s Monday - saturday. Breakfast served between 9.00am and midday and lunch served between 11.30am and 2.30pm. ”
  • 3 locals recommend
Museum
“A new volunteer run museum for Llandovery and the surrounding area. Also houses small tourist information section.”
  • 2 locals recommend