Caban in Pendine receives 4-star rating from Visit Wales

232 days ago

One of Carmarthenshire’s newest holiday accommodation- Caban, which overlooks the internationally famous Pendine beach has received an impressive 4-star guest accommodation rating from Visit Wales. The Carmarthenshire County Council manages the 14-room accommodation setting with restaurant which opened in March 2023 and has already catered for hundreds of tourists looking to enjoy the golden sands and the Wales Coast Path. The Daily Telegraph’s hotel reviewer gave it a glowing reference, and it has already become a firm favourite for those seeking a wide range of food and beverages.

As part of the wider tourism scheme, a brand-new Museum of Land Speed was also opened where visitors can experience a range of interactive exhibits which tells the story of Pendine Sands and the impressive speed records that were set there.

Cabinet Member for Regeneration, Leisure and Tourism, Cllr Hazel Evans said,

“We are delighted at the 4- star rating from Visit Wales, as it will help sell Caban to tourists and visitors alike and enhance their enjoyment of Pendine and all that the village has to offer”.

She continued:

“Opening the Pendine Tourism Attractor Project, this year, supports the vision of the Council’s Cabinet, to increase the local economic impact of day visitors and overnight tourists across rural and urban Carmarthenshire. Thank you to Caban’s Team for all their hard work”.

The project was commissioned through multi-million-pound funding from the European Regional Development Fund [ERDF] as part of the Welsh Governments Tourism Attractor Destination Scheme, along with donations from Visit Wales Targeted Match Fund from the Welsh Government, ERDF Tourism Amenity Investment Scheme and Welsh Government Capital Stimulus Fund. The balance is match funded by Carmarthenshire County Council.

For more information on the Caban please visit their website.