104 Lammas Street
A pleasing mixture of old and new, the town of Carmarthen sits at the administrative centre of south-west Wales. Beside the quaint old narrow streets and castle remains which date back to Henry I, there lies harmoniously a modern, first-class shopping centre with many familiar High Street names, and an ambitious £15 million redevelopment programme to enhance these facilities further. Carmarthen’s biggest draw is its famous markets, bursting with character and lively banter.
50 Rhosmaen Street
A pleasant market town, Llandeilo was formerly the ancient capital of West Wales. With its narrow streets and attractive historic buildings the town got its name from St Teilo, a 6th century Celtic saint who is said to have died here and to whom the church is dedicated.
Situated on a high bluff in the Towy Valley and adjoining Dinefwr Park, Llandeilo is a conservation area and several of the town’s buildings are listed.