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When it comes to having a variety of landscapes, West Wales has it all. Whether you’re looking for a coastal getaway, a country retreat or a river or hillside rest, you’ll find lots of gorgeous cottages to suit within Pembrokeshire, Carmarthenshire and Ceredigion.

The beaches in West Wales are second to none and many have been awarded Blue Flag or Seaside Awards. There is also the West Wales coast path which hugs the entire coastline and offers views of Cardigan Bay, Carmarthen Bay, St Brides Bay and the Cleddau estuary.

Pembrokeshire has the only coastal National Park In the UK and West Wales is home to many fantastic species such as puffins, seals, porpoise and all kinds of other sea birds.

You’ll find plenty of things to do in West Wales from exploring the National Botanic Garden of Wales, taking boat trips around Grassholm, Ramsey, Skomer or Skokholm or mountain biking in the Crychan Forest. Not to mention the many castles you can explore too!

West Wales has also become a gastronomic hub with fine dining restaurants such as The Grove, Narberth, those which use local ingredients to create culinary delights such as Wrights Food Emporium, Llanarthney, and pop-ups such as Café Môr at Freshwater West.

FBM has a range of fully-equipped accommodation for everyone from solo travellers, couples, families and quiet getaways with friends in West Wales. Pastel coloured seaside town houses in Tenby, traditional cottages in Cilgerran, a converted mill in Llanllwch, a cosy bungalow in Solva and lodges in Stepaside are just a small number of amazing places you could stay in.

What’s more we also have lots of cottages with luxurious features such as log burning fires, hot tubs and swimming pools. Lots of our properties are dog friendly, wheelchair accessible and are suitable for babies and children. Many also have parking.

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Explore Carmarthenshire Castles

Carmarthenshire’s castles and sites are spread across the county with a broad brush. Carmarthenshire is characteristically more rural than Pembrokeshire or Ceredigion, but it does […]