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For a peaceful getaway to a rural landscape surrounded by nature, venture to Llanmiloe. This small settlement is located in the South West of Wales, and is snuggled between the appealing villages of Laugharne and Pendine. Being centrally located to these areas provides a selection of interest to please any holiday maker. Our selections of holiday cottages nearby, provides the ultimate relaxation that is needed to wind down from the stresses of life, and gives you a chance to cosy up in the countryside atmosphere, and enjoy the sounds of nature in its natural habitat. FBM Holidays feature some sumptuous self catering holiday cottages in this area, all with stunning rural views, and majestic countryside comforts.
The dense forest that lines the town is a focal point for many bird watcher enthusiasts, as it contains many species of bird, you may catch site of the rare and wonderful Red Kite, or the Wood Warbler here. The forest is also home to many different species of wildlife. For a special day out, explore the area on horseback, with Marros riding centre, providing a safe and suitable experience for all ages.
The village of Pendine is just over a mile away from Llanmiloe, and can be enjoyed by taking a walk along the coastline. With its stunning views, this area is very popular with hikers and individuals with an interest in the natural life.
Pendine offers a thriving rural landscape, surrounded by miles of beach, making it a very popular with families, but serves up entertainment for any holiday maker. It also attracts surfers, and if you fancy giving surfing a go yourself, visit Morfa Bay adventure surfing, situated in Pendine, providing surf lessons to a variety of age groups. It is also home to the enthralling Museum of speed, where you can engage with the community, and discover all about the land speed record attempts recorded at Pendine.
Llanmiloe provides a great setting for exploring the South West coast, the area boasts a great selection of local novelties, cafes and restaurants, pop into Choices gift shop for that unique Welsh souvenir, or if you fancy a day at the beach, visit the Beach Shack. To stop off for a classic welsh cake and pot of tea, call into The Owl and the pussycat, located in Grist Square, Laugharne, and for local dining, pop across to The Carpenters Arms for a choice in dining, with specials including prime welsh beef, and fish. If you have spent the day exploring and feel you need to wind down with a romantic meal for two, try The Springwell Inn, Pendine, offering spectacular views across the beach.
Laugharne village is a popular tourist attraction in itself, featuring the The Dylan Thomas Boathouse, the home to the famous welsh poet. It also features long winding walks, and a beautiful historic castle.
Travelling a short distance from Llanmiloe is the quaint seaside village of Saundersfoot, providing activities for all the family, including water sports and fishing. It also boasts many seaside restaurants, and gift shops.
Staying in Llanmiloe will leave you feeling refreshed, and relaxed. Rolling hills and clear night skies will leave you feeling close to the nature, and with the towns friendly local community, a gracious reception awaits you.
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