Big launch for the Carmarthenshire Cake Trail

Sweet-toothed Carmarthenshire residents and tourists have got a real treat lined up as part of Carmarthenshire’s Year of Adventure.
The team behind Discover Carmarthenshire have devised a taste-bud tingling adventure that would make Mary Berry proud - a tasty cake trail taking in some of the county’s best patisseries and sweet spots.
Stretching from east to west, the Carmarthenshire Cake Trail takes in a number of delightful culinary treasures across Whitland, Laugharne, Llandeilo and Rhosmaen by car, and Llanelli, Burry Port, Kidwelly and Carmarthen by bike, connected by Llanarthne which is on both trails.
Set out over a whole day, or taken in bite-size pieces, people can plan their journey and stop to explore the rugged rural scenery of Carmarthenshire’s countryside, its sweeping coastlines and popular cultural attractions.
Car trail stops include Amser Te in Whitland, the chic GinHaus in Llandeilo, Dylan Thomas Boathouse in Laugharne and The Plough Inn at Rhosmaen.
The bike trail takes in Calon Café & Interiors in Carmarthen, Llanelli’s Stradey Park Hotel and Whitford’s Café Bar in Burry Port.
Both trails take in Wright’s Food Emporium in Llanarthne.
Cllr Meryl Gravell, Executive Board Member for regeneration, said: “The Carmarthenshire Cake Trail is a fantastic way for people to indulge in sweet treats whilst exploring the fantastic natural and cultural attractions Carmarthenshire has to offer. I think it is going to prove very popular!”
Get all the information about the Carmarthenshire Cake Trail and plan your journey at Share your adventure on Twitter and Facebook using #MyCarmarthenshireAdventure #FindYourEpic and follow Discover Carmarthenshire on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram - @DiscoverCarms


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