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Trostre Parc and Pemberton Parc

Trostre Parc An out of town shopping centre that has great variety of shops. An 8 minute drive from the penthouse. Food shopping at 24 hr Tesco and Marks & Spencer.  Primark, Debenhams, TK Maxx, Monsoon, Clarks and Boots are amongst the other big names to be found there. Right next door is Pemberton Parc. […]

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John Street Gallery

The John Street Gallery displays work from award winning welsh painter Denise Di Battista. Some paintings are of places that are easily recognised, some have been gently tweaked to represent how they are seen by Denise and some are purely from the mind of the artist herself. 

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Y Ffwrnes Theatre and Odeon Cinema

The Ffwrnes Theatre opened in January 2013 and provides a wide ranging programme of performances and events. The main auditorium can seat 500 people while the smaller and more intimate Stiwdio Stepni can seat up to 100, and stages small-scale productions as well as the comedy & jazz clubs. Nearby is a 5 screen Odeon […]

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The St Elli Centre

The St Elli Shopping Centre offers an enclosed shopping environment with more than 25 stores under its distinctive glass pyramid ceiling. The ASDA supermarket and a car park for 1,120 vehicles at one end of the mall and a traditional Market Hall at the other, St. Elli offers a wide range of shopping outlets and […]

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Llanelli Market

It is a 20 minute walk from the penthouse to the town centre (5 minutes by car and plenty of car parks.) The town’s indoor market is a fascinating place with a mix of the traditional and new. There are colourful stalls of local fresh fruit and vegetables, Penclawdd Cockles & Laverbread sell local cockles, mussels […]

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Llanelly House

Llanelly House was built in 1714 by Sir Thomas Stepney the then Member of Parliament for Carmarthenshire, it is the only Grade I listed building in the town of Llanelli.  The building fell into massive decline, was derelict and at a critical stage by 2009. The restoration works started in 2011, with the doors opening to the […]

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