Llwynifan Farm Caravan Park
Llwynifan Farm Caravan Park, is an Adults Only touring caravan park situated in Llangennech near Llanelli. It is a friendly family run site and Cathrin and Hywel will personally welcome you.
The park's level hard standing pitches are landscaped on a peaceful hillside with country views over the Loughor Estuary. There is excellent reception for TV and mobile phones.
There are spacious heated shower rooms, toilets, dish washing facilities and laundry facilities. Llwynifan Farm Caravan Park also has 10 "Serviced pitches". These include electric hook-up, extra large hard standing area, a cold drinking water tap, grey waste drain, free Wi-Fi, a courtesy light and a picnic table / parasol on non-windy, sunny days.
Llwynifan Farm Caravan Park is one mile from junction 48 of the M4 and is very easy to find. It is centrally located to visit all the attractions in South and West Wales. From Cardiff and the valleys to the east, all parts of Pembrokeshire to the west, the Towy Valley and the Brecon Beacons to the north and the Gower Peninsula to the south.
Many of the Gower's sandy beaches are backed by dunes, and some offer excellent wind-surfing; there are sandy coves with rock pools and the coastal path leads to wonderful cliff-top views. Inland, the sheep and sturdy Gower ponies roam moorlands which offer further opportunities for walks, picnics, riding and bird-watching.
A number of National Nature Reserves are home to rare birds and plants. The glistening Loughor Estuary provides a haven for waders and geese among the rice-grass, sea lavender and marsh mallow of Llanrhidian Marsh, all overlooked by the summit of Cilifor Top, which is crowned with an extensive Iron Age fort. On the Gower, visitors can explore history and natural history side by side at every turn, almost everywhere with the sound of the sea in the background.
Hang-gliders take off from Rhossili Down, now in the care of the National Trust, and swoop over the bay, whose three-mile sweep of golden sand is one of the most spectacular on the Welsh coast and often offers ideal conditions for surfing.
The many facilities of Swansea include restaurants, shops, theatres, leisure centre, concert halls, museums, golf courses, extensive parks and gardens, a marina and the Welsh National Swimming Pool and sandy beaches with bathing.
Worth a visit are the National Botanical Gardens in Carmarthenshire, whilst an 18-hole golf course and a wildlife and wetlands sanctuary are both only 15 minutes away by car.
About an hour's drive and well worth a visit is the lively capital city of Cardiff with its National Museum of Wales at St Fagans, as well as Cardiff Bay and the new tidal barrage.
Leave the M4 at junction 48 onto the A4138 (Signposted Llanelli) In 1 1/2 miles, at the first roundabout turn right. Then after 425 yards, turn left between bungalows into our farm road.
South Wales Touring Park