Garnffrwd Trout Fishery

Mynyddcerrig, Llanelli, Carmarthenshire, SA15 5BB

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  • Dogs
  • Fishing
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views
  • Waterside stays

Why stay here ...

One of the country's finest still water trout lakes. Located above a 4.5 acre spring-fed lake stocked with rainbow and brown trout.

Garnffrwd is a site of special scientific interest and is home to abundant animal and bird life and beautiful spring and summer flowers.

Located in Carmarthenshire, close to beautiful beaches and ancient castles. Just 3 miles from the National Botanic Gardens of Wales.

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  • Game fishing
  • WC (exclusive use)

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1 acres

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Lat 51.804198 / Lon -4.167287
OS field ref:
SN506143
OS map ref:
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  • Daily public transport within 1 mile

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Brilliant 2nd visit!

We first visited Garffrwd 3 years ago, and loved it. On this occasion we stayed for 3 weeks, arriving on the first day they re-opened after lock down. Once again, we had a wonderful time. Our grandchildren enjoyed the freedom to explore, visit the horses, and just be free again after being cooped up for so long. The site is very well maintained, and was only completely full on a few nights over the weekends. We enjoyed excellent meals at the cafe and walks around the fishing lakes, with my husband escaping to enjoy some peace and quiet fishing,catching lots of trout, and one lovely trout caught for dinner. There are so many lovely places to visit, with the National Botanic Gardens of Wales and Birds of Prey centre on the doorstep, with free return entry within 7 days making it great value for money. The flying displays at the Bird of Prey Centre were excellent. We also visited Tenby, the Gower, LLansteffan Castle and beach - so much to see within a reasonable distance. Three weeks wasn't enough to see everything! Excellent meal at the local-ish pub, The White Hart. Huge thanks to Jamie and Linda and their lovely family for their warm welcome, excellent hospitality and kindness to our grandchildren. Thank you.
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Lovely welcoming site

This is a great site, lovely surroundings and dog friendly with a beautiful walk around the lake. Owner very welcoming and enjoyed lunch on the cafe terrace overlooking the lake. When arriving please follow the directions in the directory as the access road is narrow and winding. I would suggest leaving before 12.00 and arriving after 1.00 to avoid meeting fellow travelers. We will stay again when we are in the area.

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lovely site even if you don't fish!

As none fisher folk wondered if the site would be noisy as fishermen seem to go early to the water, but we never heard a thing. We stayed for the 7 nights for £90 at this site and will go again when in the area. The only drawback was the 1/2mile or so road that was single track to the site, its a quiet road but dreaded meeting another caravan coming the other way. Also the turn into the site is narrow, but going slowly was no problem, but once there it was lovely. The vans are well spaced and look onto a line of trees with grass in front, all hardstanding. The lake is lovely and we walked around it most evenings. Birds of prey flew over regularly and its a long time since we had seen so many song birds. The cafe was most welcoming and food was a good price and well served.with plenty of selection. ususally open until about 2 or 3 in the afternoon. Wifi was free there. The owner was welcoming and helped us out with some printing that we had done {forgot the N.T. membership card).. We visited the area every day and there was plenty to do and see, we really enjoyed the National Welsh Garden just a short distance away. If you are looking for a quiet, clean friendly site with things to do in the area this is for you.

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Very peaceful and tranquil

This is a very peaceful site with 5 hard standings which are generous pitches each with EHU set in lovely woodland, There are also two wooden cabins situated on the site which are positioned a fair distance from the pitches. There is a large trout fishing lake just down from the site and makes for a very pleasant walk around. There is a lovely cafe open during the daytime next to the lake which has wonderful panoramic views and does a really hearty and good value cooked breakfast and the staff are lovely and friendly. (This is also where you can pay for your pitch as we didn’t get to meet the CL owner on our visit) The site and cafe are dog friendly. The facilities are basic, just a couple of portaloos and no showers however most outfits have their own facilities so this is not a problem. The Elsan point is found up a short but rather steep hill set in the woods and features a flushable toilet and is clean. There is one water tap which is a little bit awkward as it’s on opposite side of the pitches across the field so you have to drive on the grass to reach it unless you have a very long hose. All in all, a very picturesque get away which is good value for money and has a very relaxed feel.
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Fishing fantastic!

We stayed here for just over a week, and it was was amazing - no doubt helped by the perfect weather! Jamie kindly allowed our son and daughter-in-law to put up a tent next to our caravan, and with windbreaks between the two, our small grandchildren were safely trapped in! My husband enjoyed the fishing, and we all enjoyed walks around the lake, watching the ducks and dragonflies, stroking the horses and trying a bit of pond-dipping. The current toilet is a bit of a trek but Jamie is putting in toilets and a shower room under the new cafe, which will be a real bonus. The cafe (currently downstairs) was excellent value, very child and dog friendly - a big thanks to the lady who ran it for her excellent meals and kindness to the children. The perfect place to stay for peace and quiet, wildlife and fishing.
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