• Cllr Sue Allen
    County Councillor for Whitland
  • Nick Brunger
    The Spooky Magic Company
  • Keith Harber
    Coedllys Country House
  • Sue Jones
  • George and Linda Reid
    Glangwili Mansion
  • Anne Owen Taylor
    Llety Meurig
  • Suzanna van Eeghen
    Typoeth Cottage
  • Louise Bourns
    Llwyn Bwch Farm
  • Chris Hogarth & Sam Hogarth
    Godremamog Water Mill
  • Ruth Morgan
  • Sally Bere
    Lan Las
  • Carolyn Smethurst
    Gwili Mill
  • Rhoslyn Andrews-Betts
    Penrhipyn Cottage
  • Angie Ballard
    Fleur de Paris
  • Judith Howells
    Nonni Barn
  • Sarah Williams
    Cwm Ty Coed
  • Nicki Robinson
    Red Kite Cottage
  • Jackie Watson
    Hills Farm Stable
  • Linda Martin
    Ferryside Social Enterprise Group
  • Emyr Harries and Glenis Moore
    Adventure Beyond
  • Vic Nurton
  • Phil Whittingham¬†¬†¬†
    Tyllwyd Hir B&B
  • Helen Williams
    St Clears Show
  • Mark Van Ostade
    Maesycrugiau Manor
  • Catrin Parish-Marks
    Y Stabl Bethlehem- Cennen Cottages
  • Alison Ebsworth
    St Clears Show
  • Sally Jones
    Blaenfforest Cottage Holidays
  • Rose Khan
    Moelfryn Caravan and Camping Park
  • Sandra Glen
    Afon Duad Inn
  • Keith Brasnett
    River View Touring Park
  • Gill Wright
    Mayor of Llandovery & Heart of Wales Line
  • Sam Cowlam
    Browns Hotel
  • Gill Arnold
    Trap Community Association
  • David Hardy
    National Botanic Garden of Wales
  • Anne Jones
    Tafarn y Talardd
  • Sally Griffiths
    The Level Crossing
  • Elinor Hobbs
    The Barn at Nant Llwyd
  • Sandra Bishop
    Afon Teifi Caravan Park
  • Simone Broome
    Canolfan Ceridwen Centre
  • Bett Jones
  • Caron and Fiona Jones
    Llwyn Helyg Country House
  • Ian Coker
    Llandybie Public Memorial Hall
  • Gary Evans
    Hawk Adventures
  • Kate Kindred
    The Angel Bistro
  • Dave Storer
    Ffynnon Rhosfa Farm
  • Jeremy John
    Gwili Railway
  • Emma Williams
    Four Seasons Leisure
  • Paul Winter
    Calon Eco B&B
  • Clive Mortlock
    Glascoed Farm
  • David Simons
    Merlin Cottages
  • Mike Ellis
    Ellis Passenger Transport
  • Caroline Evans
    St David's Diocese Church Tourism Group
  • Clare Vickridge
    Creigiau Bach Holiday Cottage
  • Jim Hopkins
    Tan Y Lan Fach Cottages
  • Margaret Evans
    Carmarthen Town Council & Carmarthen Civic Society
  • Lucy Beecham
    Myddfai Community Hall
  • Jenny Fox
    Carmarthen Town Council
  • Keith Harber
    Coedllys Country House
  • Mary-Ann Nossent
    Pen Y Garn Holiday Cottage
  • John Bradshaw
    Laugharne Township
  • Fiona Park & Rob Park
    Cwmcrwth Farm
  • Jillie Gardiner
    Gilfach Wen Barn
  • Esther Hubert
    Dolaucothi Arms
  • Ashley Holloway, Gwawr Davies and Harri Stephenson
    Lolfa Cynin
  • Hugh Davies
    Myddfai Trading Co.
  • Anne Davies, Cath Eaton and Steve Watson
    Gwesty'r Emlyn Hotel
  • Charlotte Roberson
    Old Oak Barn
  • Becki Smith, Hazel Smith and Lotti Smith
    Marros Riding Centre
  • Philip George
    Ferryside Farm
  • Christine Abbott and Michael Mactavish
    Tyn y Cwm Guesthouse
  • Andrew James
    Barons Court Caravan Club
  • Jill Blud
    The Drovers B&B
  • Gareth Harvey and Mags Walters
    Coleg Sir Gar
  • Carmarthenshire Ambassadors - Offering Quality Service & Excellent Local Knowledge

    Local people play a vital role in welcoming visitors and giving them positive experiences and memories to take home. Carmarthenshire Ambassadors have completed a training program that explored the unique history, heritage, attractions, culture and activities of Carmarthenshire, and they are ready to share this information with you! Wherever you see the Carmarthenshire Ambassador logo, you are sure of a friendly welcome and lots of great local recommendations of things to see and do in Carmarthenshire.

    You can find Carmarthenshire Ambassadors by using the map below, or the list to the left. Ambassadors are here to help you make the most of your visit, and welcome you to get in touch – contact details are provided by clicking on their listing or map icon. Enjoy your visit! 






    The Carmarthenshire Ambassador training program was part of the Rural Tourism Clusters Project, which encouraged tourism businesses and communities to work together to enhance the local area. The project received funding through the Rural Development Plan for Wales 2007 - 2013, which was funded by the Welsh Government and the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development.