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St Clears is a town at the crossroads of the 80 miles of the Wales Coastal Path that is contained in Carmarthenshire. The remnants of the town’s motte and bailey castle is a perfect starting point for challenging but enthralling walks to Llanstephan and Laugharne which follow the meandering River Taf.

The Gate Craft Centre at St Clears has been forged from a former mill offering a gallery to arts and craft technicians from around the county. It has a shop, meeting place, studio and hosts regular arts and craft exhibitions. Children can party there and paint their own pottery and even follow the process through to firing.

The Glyn Coch Craft Centre has a treasure chest of gift items made by small Welsh family firms and individual craftspeople. They have a textile centre where they produce clothes that are woven or knitted from their own rare breed sheep. There are china, pottery, soaps, prints, oils, watercolours, fudge and dragons in all materials!


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Map reference: SN 280161  Lat: 51.81771 Long: -4.49601

On the A40 west of Carmarthen

Accessible by Public Transport: 5 miles from Whitland station