From coast to country

With such beautiful scenery, you’ll love spending your days outdoors with a holiday at Carmarthen Bay Holiday Park in Kidwelly. If you fancy rockpooling or seaside walks, you’ll find the shoreline right in front of the park. Nearby there are forest walks that lead to a beach at Pembrey Country Park plus great footpaths and cycle routes nearby too.

If all those adventures leave you looking for a spot of relaxation, you’ll find it on the park. Laze by the pool as the kids make the most of the flume or take them to the soft play area to let off some steam. 

You’ll find a wide range of accommodation choices at Carmarthen Bay from caravan and lodge holidays to chalets.

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Running along the idyllic local beach Running along the idyllic local beach
Making a splash in the indoor pool Making a splash in the indoor pool
Family fun on the penny machines Family fun on the penny machines
A walk on the beach at Carmarthen Bay A walk on the beach at Carmarthen Bay

5 THINGS TO MAKE YOUR TRIP MEMORABLE

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All-day Entertainment

With an action-packed programme of entertainment seven days a week, there’s always something to do at Carmarthen Bay with activities for the kids plus a great programme of family entertainment at night.

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The Boathouse Bar & Restaurant

The Boathouse Bar & Restaurant is the perfect place to end the day with a tasty family meal before settling down for the evening entertainment.

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Dinosaur Park, Tenby

Dinosaur fans of all ages will love a day out at Tenby’s Dinosaur Park. Follow the trail to meet over 30 of your favourite dinosaurs before enjoying the rides and play areas.

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Kidwelly Castle

The kids will love imagining tales of brave knights and fearsome dragons with a visit to Kidwelly Castle. Head inside to discover the real history of this Norman castle.

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Visit Tenby

Whether you fancy a spot of shopping or traditional seaside entertainment, you’ll find it in Tenby. Don’t miss Tenby’s Harbour Beach which was crowned ‘best beach in Europe’ in 2014.

Ways you can stay with us

Holidays

Holidays

You’ll be spoilt for choice with a holiday at Carmarthen Bay. The wide range of accommodation offers something for families of all shapes and sizes with caravans, lodges, chalets, bungalows and apartments. Whatever you choose, you’ll find great facilities and well-equipped living spaces; perfect for family holidays.

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Ownership

Caravans & Lodges for Sale

Choose caravan or lodge ownership at Carmarthen Bay and gain access to a wide range of facilities and owners’ events, plus of course all the on-park entertainment. With pre-owned or new caravans for sale, you can create your perfect home-from-home and we also have chalet and lodge ownership too.

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Carmarthen Bay reviews verified by reevooReevoo

Facilities
7.2
Location & surroundings
7.3
Helpfulness of staff
8.1
Overall rating
7.4
Scores 7.4 out of 10 based on 1967 reviews
4 out of 10

Avril

AberdareGB
We enjoyed our stay, we had two caravans for a family weekend. The main problem was in C37, we couldn’t use the beds, the mattresses in the three rooms were thin, lumpy, and you could feel the springs coming through them all. Two of us slept in the lounge as the sofa was ok. The two others put two mattresses under them, but that was awful. The other caravan C18, was far too small for a family of four, there was no concrete parking area so the car was covered in mud and grass. We like walking, but there appeared to be only one choice in the area, following the estuary on the sand. We were disappointed with the facilities, we would not come to this park again, too dated, the chalets everywhere looked out of the olden days.
Confirmed guest:16 October 2017
Published on:22 October 2017
8 out of 10

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S walesGB
me, my partner and 2 children stayed in a lodge with hot tub. The lodge was amazing, spacious, clean and overlooked the beach/ estry and the added bonus of the hot tub. We stayed in mid Oct and were really lucky with the weather as it stayed dry. Some of the chalets on the site could do with a little tlc. The entertainment complex was fab for the kids - they loved the soft play in the food area and the arcades. Food was fine - not too expensive and we had take away from the restaurant. Overall it was a great break away
Confirmed guest:16 October 2017
Published on:22 October 2017
8 out of 10

Patricia

LiverpoolGB
I felt that the shop could have been stocked better due to the location. Also felt that the bar prices were very expensive, but, the food in the boathouse was very reasonably priced and all the dishes we tried were lovely. Also cleaning of the bar area ( as the tables were left for quite some time, before the tables were ready for the next guests ). This I felt was due to not enough barrier serving staff.
Confirmed guest:16 October 2017
Published on:22 October 2017
8 out of 10

Salmon

AberdareGB
Like the place but the caravan we was in was the worst we have been in.
Confirmed guest:16 October 2017
Published on:22 October 2017
4 out of 10

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PontypriddGB
I felt the park was very dated, there was limited facilities and the caravans were not very clean (eg. Stained sofa, carpets, walls) despite upgrading too.
Confirmed guest:16 October 2017
Published on:22 October 2017

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