This part of Carmarthenshire, South West Wales offers many things to do. Within easy walking distance of Caulfield's Hotel Burry Port there are two lovely beaches, a picturesque harbour and marina, and the centre of Burry Port with a train station, local shops and amenities.
Places to visit near Burry Port
We are close to the Millennium Coastal Park with its numerous attractions and beautiful walks right next to the sea in many places and quiet sections with wooded areas.
Pembrey Country Park
Set against the spectacular backdrop of the Gower Peninsula and overlooking the coastal scenery of Carmarthen Bay, the Park had been transformed into one of Wales’s top visitor attractions providing a unique blend of coast and countryside. 202 Hectares of dunes, forestry and park-land with Cefn-Sidan offering one of the cleanest beaches in Wales and a winner of the European Blue Flag. Lifeguard patrolled area during summer season, Ski Slope, Toboggan Run and Ski Lodge Cafe, Equestrian Centre, 9 hole Pitch & Putt Course, Miniature Railway, Nature Trails and Orienteering Courses, Adventure Playground, Restaurant, Beach Kiosk and Visitor Centre with a gift shop and cycling/walking trails. The Celtic Trail cycle route passes close to the Park. Regular bus services to Pembrey village.
A Norman castle overlooking the river Gwendraeth and the town of Kidwelly, Carmarthenshire, Wales. Created as a defence against the Welsh, the castle fell to the Welsh several times in the twelfth century. This castle is one of Wales's best-kept secrets. Kidwelly, on a steep cliff overlooking the River Gwendraeth, presents a vision of medieval times which is more complete than many of its more celebrated contemporaries. The castle is remarkably well preserved. Its soaring twin-towered gatehouse stands almost to its full height, the masthead of a powerful concentric 'walls within walls' design.
Wildlife and Wetland Centre
450 acre mosaic of lakes, scrapes, streams and lagoons adjoining salt marshes and the scenic Burry Inlet and home to many plants, birds and other animals
Members and visitors alike appreciate the true links experience that this historic venue provides, and together with the stunning scenery and a warm welcome offered in the clubhouse makes Ashburnham an experience not to be missed.
Ffos Las Race Course
This race course is bringing top class racing back to West Wales for the first time since 1937. You can find it in the heart of Carmarthenshire between the towns Llanelli and Carmarthen, only 15 minutes from junction 48 M4, and only an hours drive from the Irish Ferry terminals of Pembroke Dock and Fishguard. The setting is magnificent. It is surrounded by rolling hills and countryside and has a view down the Gwendraeth Valley to Carmarthen Bay. It is almost impossible to believe that it is the former site of the largest open cast coalmine in Europe.
Oakwood Theme Park
(Formerly Oakwood Leisure Park or Oakwood Coaster Country) is a theme park in Pembrokeshire, wales which attracts 400,000 visitors each year. Oakwood opened in the late 1980s as a very small family park with bmx, a wooden fort, a 3D-style cinema experience show, go-cart and a water sute ride. The park now incorporates 5 large thrill rides: Megafobia (1996), Vertigo (1997), The Bounce (1999), Hydro (2002) and Speed (2006).Oakwood has opened its latest ride to the public: "Speed", a gresular Euro-Fighter roller coster with a 97-degree drop. This ride has the steepest drop in the UK and is the tallest of its type in the world.