Less than 4 miles to Pembrey Country Park,the beautiful Cefn Sidan Beach, Millenium Coastal Park and Pembrey Motor Circuit.
Within easy reach of National Botanical Gardens of Wales and the stunning Towy Valley.
Pembrokeshire world-renowned coastline and beaches and many attractions are just a short drive away.
Llansaint is a small village but famous for the cockles that have been harvested from Carmarthen Bay for centuries. The tradition was of women supplementing the household income by gathering by hand and then transporting the shellfish on donkeys, this only came to an end in 1973. "Any man marrying a Llansaint cockle-woman was considered a lucky man and set up for life."
There are two pubs just 5 minutes walk from the annexe. The Kings Arms offers good wholesome evening meals, real ale (CAMRA awarded), live music most Thursdays and a Poets and Pints evening every 3rd Friday of the month. The Joiners a traditional Welsh public house, just the choice if you like to play pool, darts etc.
Ferryside is 7 minutes drive away along the coast road. The Ferry Cabin restaurant/café with great fish and chips, The White Lion pub, post office (with ATM), and general store all in the centre of the village with the railway station and bus stops all in close proximity. The River Towy Yacht Club is based at the local beach and offers holiday membership, with slipway, changing, storage and bar facilities. The Three Rivers hotel is on the outskirts of the village and has a Health Suite and swimming pool.
Carmarthenshire is home to many of South West Wales' top attractions and is known as the Garden of Wales - not only due to the beautiful countryside but to its many wonderful gardens. The National Botanic Gardens of Wales, Aberglasney, Dinefwr Park and Norwood Gardens to name but a few.
The county is also home to an abundance of historic attractions including many castles:- Kidwelly Castle and spectacular Carreg Cennen Castle on the edge of the Brecon Becons.
Laugharne, home of Dylan Thomas with its own castle, with many good restaurants and the poets famous boat house and museum. In Kidwelly we also have the Industrial Musuem.
For the more energetic the nearby Pembrey Country Park with eight miles of golden sands edged by a belt of sand dunes has an array of attractions and facilities.
Extensive grassland and forest adjoin the dune system.
There are clear panoramic views across Carmarthen Bay to the Gower and Pembrokeshire coast. It offers great picnic and barbecue areas, a ski slope, crazy golf, pitch and putt courses, miniature train rides, adventure and play areas and GoApe adventure area.
It is linked together by 22kms of the Millenium Coastal Path/Cycleway to other places of interest including the National Wetlands Centre of Wales,with over 600 species of ducks, geese, swans, flamingos, plus other waders and seabirds.
The Kings Arms Llansaint offers you a family friendly homely atmosphere, whether you're enjoying a quiet drink by the real log fire, the lovely beer garden, an evening out, a home-cooked meal in our restaurant or our delicious Sunday lunch, a warm welcome always awaits you.