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Llandeilo SA19 6LB

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For the Great Outdoors, just step out of the door

It almost goes without saying that this is an excellent area for outdoor pursuits, with something to suit all abilities. There is a selection of OS maps, walking guides and cycling routes at Fronlas, and when you return there's a bike and boot wash, secure storage for outdoor equipment and bikes, and a drying room for your gear. And to keep your energy levels high we can prepare you a sizeable organic packed-lunch (just let us know the previous day).

Take a hike

From a gentle Sunday-morning stroll in Dinefwr Park to an 18-miler over the Carmarthen Fans in the Brecon Beacons. For an ideal Sunday morning walk, head to Garn Goch (236m / 775 ft) – a major fortified settlement since Neolithic times‚ near the hamlet of Bethlehem, a few miles north of Llandeilo. It offers splendid views of the Tywi valley and the countryside for miles around, and is the location of a memorial stone for the late Gwynfor Evans, former president of Plaid Cymru, and its first MP.

On your bike

Quiet country lanes, mountain bike trails, forests and stunning views of the Tywi valley and the Brecon Beacons, also make Fronlas the perfect base for a cycling holiday. For off-road paths head to Brechfa Forest, or take your bike on the train to the Brecon Beacons or the Millennium Coastal Path, where you can cycle to Pembrey Country Park, which includes an 8-mile long sandy beach, Cefn Sidan. If you don't fancy bringing your own bike, we have an arrangement with Towy Valley Cycles in Llangadog, who are able to deliver bikes to Fronlas.

Take a flight in a balloon

Floating Sensations offer magical hot-air balloon rides over the area, and on a summer's evening you'll often see one of their balloons float over Llandeilo and the Tywi valley.