5 reviews of Parc Trostre in English
Parc Trostre is a newly redeveloped retail park in Llanelli. Stores include BHS, Boots, HMV, New Look, Peacocks, Halfords, a small Debenhams, River Island, Outfit, TK Maxx, WHSmith, Laura Ashley, Quicksilver, La Senza, a selection of mobile phone stores & a Tesco Extra store. Opening soon is Game and a large Asda Living store.
There are also a few food outlets including Subway, Starbucks, Pizza Hut, KFC and McDonalds.
This retail park is very nice and much better than most other out of town retail parks that you may have visited. If you have not visited, it is well worth it and I think you will be surprised.
Parc Trostre has changed dramatically over the last few years being almost unrecognisable to what it was.
Whilst there is a larger range of shops now I do think that they have managed to push out most of the shops that were there in favour of larger chains.
They have redesigned the car park and added lots of speed bumps and sharp corners which can be a bit difficult to get around but on the bright side you dont have to pay to park there. It can also be a bit busy on weekend with ques to get out.
There do seem to be more clothes shops here with the home side of things being located over in Parc Pemberton but it certainly is well worth a visit.
Parc Trostre is a lot better now than it was when we moved here three years ago. There has recently been an influx of new shops and even a newly built retail park across the road which includes stores such as Argos and Bensons Beds. The parking however is a complete nightmare, particularly on a weekend. There do not seem to be enough spaces for the amount of shops that are there and you can often be driving round in circles for hours waiting for someone to come out of a space. There are very very few parent and child spaces and they are always taken, often by people who do not have children. I feel that this should be monitored.
Parc Trostre has improved vastly over the past few years. It has excellent free parking facilities. New additions to the site include Quiksilver, Roxy, Clarks, O2 and La Senza. The starbucks, subway and KFC mean that you can catch lunch and stay out and shop all day, and of course its all next door to Tesco, so you can pick up something for tea on the way home. On weekends Parc Trostre is manic, so expect to que to get out.
I find the best times to shop are weekday mornings. Most of the shops open at Nine although I did notice Carphone warehouse didn’t open until Ten. With Parc Pemberton a short drive away for everything you need for the home, Parc Trostre really is an excellent place to get it all in one go. Happy shopping!
Parc Trostre is a new Retail Park in Llanelli, with a huge Tesco, a new M&S, new Debenhams, Next, BHS, HMV, Boots The Chemist, Subway, Carphone Warehouse, B&Q and many more that I can’t remember!
There is loads of parking, which is free, and it is a great place to go to indulge in some retail therapy.
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