Boar's Head Hotel

120 Lammas Street, Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire, Wales, SA31 3AE, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 120 Lammas Street, Carmarthen, is near Carmarthen County Museum, Carmarthen Castle, Carmarthen Market, and Carmarthen Tourist Information Centre.
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Travel Blogs from Carmarthen

Fishguard to Newport

A travel blog entry by twovines on Sep 12, 2014

15 photos

... or rather the lack of) at high tide - apparently it's no idle threat that your car may not be safe...spring tides are said to wash the doorsteps of the little cottages here! We leave the harbour and make our way to Castle Point, site of the Old Fort. The remains of this 18th century structure consist of a small building with barrel roof and a couple of walls. Apparently it was built following an attack on Fishguard by one Paul Jones. According to our guide book, he was ...

The End(This must be just like living in paradise)

A travel blog entry by simpsonbigtrip on Aug 31, 2014

2 comments

... post holiday blues and this was best expressed by our singalong. As I made the last turn into our road, after 7912 miles and around 200 driving hours I personally wanted to go anywhere but home but it couldn't be avoided so we pulled in where Granny and Terry were waiting for us with a very yummy dinner. The girls went into hyperactivity when we got in running all over the house and finding old toys that had been left out ...

Neyland to Milford Haven

A travel blog entry by twovines on Aug 29, 2014

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... red admiral butterflies flit about amongst the wild flowers, oil pipelines and refinery security fences. In the background there is a whirring, purring sound of huge wind turbines, whilst down in the Haven, we see an Irish Ferries liner slipping past us in the direction of Pembroke Dock.

The path takes us over two metal caged security bridges and a tunnel made of metal mesh, but quaintly planked on one side for the comfort of our canine ...

More beautiful views

A travel blog entry by mariontrew on Aug 28, 2014

3 comments, 8 photos

... rain.


When I left New Quay I had a short drive to Cardigan where I
stocked up in the supermarket. From there I drove to the new site and my heart
sank as I approached it. I dislike the large static caravan sites that you see
on cliff tops and this appeared to be what I had booked myself into. However
the owner was delightful and he took me to the far end of the site where he had
a ...

Almost a return to civilisation

A travel blog entry by mariontrew on Aug 25, 2014

1 comment

... 8217;t very near the sea. I was offered a pitch with "really good views" and was disappointed when I found that all I could see was rolling countryside, fairly well wooded and partially shrouded in low cloud. I think that staying on sites with magnificent sea views for the last couple of weeks has spoilt me. This site is isolated but has one or two really nice footpaths that pass down deep valleys with fast flowing ...