Around Us

The 3 Rivers is surrounded by beautiful landscapes, stunning beaches and popular attractions. Here are a few of our guests' favourites...

Photo of Ffos Las Racecourse

Ffos Las

Ffos Las Racecourse opened in 2009, bringing top class horse racing back to West Wales.

As well as a state of the art 60m wide track, featuring sophisticated drainage and irrigation, the venue includes fantastic hospitality facilities, with excellent views of the whole track, and the Carmarthenshire countryside beyond - making it a great day out.

Find out what's on at Ffos Las

Pembrey Motor Racing Circuit

From Race Meetings to Track Days and Driving Experiences, Pembrey Motor Racing Circuit offers something for every car lover.

The circuit is rated one of the most challenging tracks in the UK. The 1.46 mile circuit includes tricky high speed corners and has a reputation as a real drivers circuit.

You can find out about the experiences on offer, and get the latest on what's on at their website.

Aerial view of Pembrey Motor Racing Circuit
Photo of the Great Glasshouse at National Botanic Gardens

Botanical Gardens

The National Botanic Garden of Wales lies just 15 miles away. The huge 568-acre parkland offers a fantastic combination of historic and futuristic buildings, its horticultural displays and flower meadows, lakes, walks and cafes.

The Norman Foster designed 'Great Glasshouse' is the centrepiece of the garden - its stunning glass dome contains a range of exotic landscapes cut by streams and waterfalls.

See what's going on at the Botanical Gardens


One of Wales’ finest gardens, Aberglasney offers the opportunity to explore more than 10 acres of magnificent gardens which along with the fully restored ground floor of Aberglasney’s grade II* listed mansion - home to many a colourful character over the last 500 years.

The gardens also put on a range of events and exhibitions throughout the year

Find out more at the Aberglasney Gardens website

Photo of Aberglasney House
Photo of the Laugharne Castle and the Boathouse


Across the Three Rivers Estuary lies Laugharne - originally a 12th century outpost of Flemish weavers, the town is now best known as the home of Dylan Thomas.

A frequent visitor of the this hotel, Dylan Thomas was thought to have got his inspiration from the area for his most famous play, Under Milk Wood.

As well as the old castle and the pretty town, it's possible to visit The Boathouse, where he wrote.

Find out more about The Boathouse


In addition to the beach in Ferryside, this part of Wales is blessed with some of the most stunning beaches in the world. From the 8 mile long Cefn Sidan, Rhosilli Bay in the Gower, and Barafundle Bay a short drive away in Pembrokeshire, we really are spoilt for choice.

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Three Rivers

The rivers Tywi, Taf and Gwendraeth flow into Carmarthen Bay at the Three Rivers Estuary.

A Special Area of Conservation, the estuary includes sea inlets, mud flats and salt marshes that provide homes for a variety of rare wildlife. 

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Coast Path

The Wales Coast Path stretches for 870 miles, tracing the whole of the coat of the Wales - from the outskirts of Chester in the north to Chepstow in the south. It passes right by the hotel, making it perfect for a break from walking.

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Castles & History

It's claimed that Britain's best castles are in Wales - in any case they're certainly the most historic.

With Laugharne and Kidwelly castles just a stones throw away, there's plenty to explore.

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