Pubs - With a history going back to the 14th century, the Masons Arms has claims to being one of the oldest inns in Wales. It's also one of the most distinctive, with a thatched roof, small-paned lattice windows and a big red dragon over the door. Inside, a mass of black beams, open fires and copper and brass ornaments paint a splendidly traditional picture and create a lovely atmosphere for enjoying... - The historic town of Kidwelly is a place of many attractions, and visitors looking for hospitality and refreshment make tracks for the Lord Nelson Inn. Opening straight from Lady Street, the mid-terrace pub has an inviting bar in traditional style, with a separate pool room. A small lounge at the front has a log-burning stove set in an imposing stone hearth, while the larger lounge at the back overlooks a spacious patio with a barbecue area, a lawn and a safe children's play area. Brains Brewery... - The 'Boot and Shoe' public house stands adjacent to Kidwelly's town wall and southern Gatehouse. The walls were built to protect the borough around 1280-81 as the result of a grant of murage from the king, Edward I, to Patrick de Chaworth, the lord of Kidwelly... - The Boot and Shoe Inn, The Fishermans Arms, The Lord Nelson, The Masons Arms, The Plough and Harrow, The White Lion Inn