Burry Port

The small town of Burry Port is on the South Wales coast and is famous for the harbour where Amelia Earhart landed as the first woman to fly the atlantic. The harbour today is a marina for a variety of small boats. The Millennium Coastal Path passes through the area, which is a 22km walkway and cycle path from Llanelli to Pembrey Country Park.
3 Results In Or Near Burry Port
0.6 miles from the centre of Burry Port
One of the finest Championship Links courses in Britain and currently ranked 5th best course in Wales, Ashburnham has hosted prestigious professional and amateur Championships, including two British PGA Championships and the 1976 Martini International Tournament. Chosen as a qualifying venue for the 2014 and 2017 Seniors Open Championship, this event is one in a long line of important events held here since the early 1900s when Harry Vardon, the six time British Open Champion said “The cou...
9.3 miles from the centre of Burry Port
Mansion House Llansteffan, 2018 winner of the AA's Guest Accommodation of the Year Wales award, is set in five acres of romantic hilltop in West Wales
9.3 miles from the centre of Burry Port
Mansion House Llansteffan is situated in the green and rolling hills of West Wales, looking out across Carmarthen Bay. Set in a charming Georgian mansion, the restaurant, Moryd, has two AA rosettes to its name.
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