Carmarthen Garage Door 
Supply & Install Service

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01554 528805 

Here at John Glen Garage Doors we cover the whole of Carmarthen (including Carmarthen Town, Johnstown, Pensarn, Llansteffan Road and Llangunnor) in supplying a range of different doors for residential, commercial and industrial properties.


Take a look at our range of garage doors including sectional garage doors, garage roller shutter and up & over garage doors.


We also sell luxury pergolas and retractable patio awnings.


Call us today on: 01792 894440



Opening Hours

Monday - Thursday: 8:00am to 5:30pm

Friday: 8:00 to 5.00pm

Saturdays: 9:00am to 1:00pm

Sundays: Closed

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West Wales Suppliers of Sectional, Roller Shutter and Up & Over Garage Doors

About Carmarthen, South Wales

Carmarthen, located in the county of Carmarthenshire, Wales, is a historic market town that exudes charm and character. Nestled on the banks of the River Towy, Carmarthen boasts a rich history that dates back to Roman times, making it one of the oldest towns in Wales. With its picturesque landscapes, vibrant culture, and proximity to stunning coastal areas, Carmarthen offers visitors a delightful blend of history, natural beauty, and modern amenities.


The town itself is filled with narrow streets, lined with an array of independent shops, cafes, and traditional Welsh pubs. Carmarthen also features notable landmarks, such as the imposing Carmarthen Castle ruins, St. Peter's Church, and the Guildhall, a stunning Georgian building that serves as the town's civic center.


Within Carmarthen, there are several main villages that add to the area's allure:

Llansteffan: Situated on the estuary of the River Towy, Llansteffan offers breathtaking views of Carmarthen Bay. The village is home to a beautiful sandy beach, Llansteffan Castle, and quaint cottages that add to its idyllic coastal charm.


Laugharne: Located a short distance from Carmarthen, Laugharne is renowned for its association with the famous Welsh poet, Dylan Thomas. The village inspired many of his works and is home to Dylan Thomas Boathouse, where he lived for some time. Laugharne Castle and the scenic estuary are other notable attractions in the area.

Kidwelly: Situated on the Gwendraeth estuary, Kidwelly is a charming medieval town with a well-preserved castle. The castle, dating back to the 12th century, offers a glimpse into Wales' storied past and provides panoramic views of the surrounding countryside.


When visiting Carmarthen, there are several popular things to do:

Explore Carmarthen Castle: Discover the remnants of this impressive Norman fortress, located in the heart of the town. Visitors can wander through the castle ruins, climb the towers, and learn about its fascinating history.


Visit the National Botanic Garden of Wales: Just a short drive from Carmarthen, this sprawling garden boasts a vast collection of plants from around the world. Explore its stunning glasshouses, themed gardens, and enjoy the tranquility of the surrounding countryside.


Indulge in local cuisine and shopping: Carmarthen's vibrant market offers a delightful array of local produce, crafts, and unique gifts. Don't miss the chance to sample traditional Welsh delicacies like bara brith (fruit loaf) and Welsh cakes.


Experience the outdoors: Carmarthenshire's natural beauty is easily accessible from Carmarthen. Take a scenic hike in Brechfa Forest or venture to the nearby Pembrey Country Park for activities like cycling, walking, and even skiing on an artificial slope.


Attend events and festivals: Carmarthen hosts various events throughout the year, including the Carmarthen Bay Film Festival and the Carmarthenshire County Show. These events showcase local talent, arts, and culture, providing an opportunity to immerse yourself in the community spirit.


Whether you're captivated by its historical sites, intrigued by its literary connections, or simply seeking a tranquil getaway, Carmarthen offers a delightful blend of history, natural beauty, and warm Welsh hospitality.

Popular Places To Visit Near Carmarthen:

The British Bird of Prey Centre

Start in Carmarthen.
Take Morfa Lane (B4312) from your current location and continue to the A40.
Merge onto the A40.
Follow the A40 for approximately 7.8 miles until you reach the exit for B4310.
Take the exit for B4310 from the A48.
Merge onto B4310.
Continue on B4310 for about 0.9 miles until you reach your destination, the British Bird of Prey Centre at Middleton Hall, National Botanic Garden of Wales, Llanarthne SA32 8HN.

The estimated travel time for this route is approximately 15 minutes, covering a distance of around 9.3 miles. However, please note that travel times can vary depending on traffic conditions and other factors. It's always a good idea to check for any updates on traffic or road conditions before your journey.

Carmarthenshire Museum

Directions from Carmarthen to Amgueddfa Sir Gâr - Carmarthenshire Museum, Abergwili, Carmarthen SA31 2JG:

Start your journey in Carmarthen.

Take the A484 road heading northeast. Continue on this road for approximately 2.3 miles.
At the roundabout, take the second exit to stay on the A484 road.
After about 0.3 miles, you will reach another roundabout. Take the first exit onto Abergwili Rd.
Follow Abergwili Rd for approximately 1.9 miles.
You will then reach your destination, Amgueddfa Sir Gâr - Carmarthenshire Museum, located in Abergwili, Carmarthen SA31 2JG. The museum will be on your right-hand side.
Drive for about 32 seconds, covering a distance of approximately 292 feet, to reach the entrance of the museum.

Oriel King Street Gallery

Directions from Carmarthen to King Street Gallery, 33 King St, Carmarthen SA31 1BS:

Start your journey in Carmarthen.

Begin by heading southwest on St Catherine St towards Model Ct. Travel for approximately 0.1 miles.

At the roundabout, take the first exit onto Morfa Ln/B4312. Continue for about 0.2 miles.

At the next roundabout, take the first exit onto A4242. Continue straight, passing through one roundabout, covering a distance of 0.3 miles.

Continue onto Castle Hill/A484 for 341 feet.

Turn right onto Spilman St/A484 and continue to follow A484 for about 0.2 miles.

At the next roundabout, take the first exit onto St Peter's St, traveling approximately 440 feet.

Continue straight onto King St. Your destination, King Street Gallery, will be on the right after just 46 feet.