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Stradey Park Hotel

Stradey Park Hotel

address

Furnace
Llanelli
Carmarthenshire
Wales
SA15 4HA

phone

01554 758171

online

website | email

Details

Nestled into a wooded hillside with stunning views over the Gower Peninsula, Stradey Park Hotel is lucky enough to be situated in Carmarthenshire with its flourishing green landscapes and horticultural attractions such as the National Botanic Garden of Wales.

Carmarthenshire has a lot to offer tourists, a stunning coastline and long sandy beaches, historic castles and many popular attractions including Oakwood Theme Park, the National Wetlands Centre, Ffos Las Racecourse and Pembrey Country Park.

The Stradey Park Hotel is a large yet independent hotel offering a ‘true Welsh experience’, using local produce, designers and staff, you really do ‘Wake up in Wales’. The hotel has a wide range of comfortable accommodation including spacious family rooms and luxury suites. It offers free Wi-Fi, free parking and a fine restaurant over looking Carmarthen bay where fresh, local food is served for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Summer Special – 3 nights for just £115 per person including a full welsh breakfast and dinner for the first night in Samphires restaurant*

Family Adventure Kids stay for FREE – just £99 per night for the whole family, Kids Eat for £3.99 at Samphires restaurant, Full Welsh Breakfast, Stradey picnic hamper and fun treats for the kids*

*Offers are subject to terms and conditions, please visit the website for more details.

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