Llandeilo Town


Down the road Llandeilo is full of independent shops, cafes, a Gin Haus, a chocolatier, beautiful buildings, a castle, stunning woods and parkland, great for local people and visitors.

Walk around the Wildlife Trust reserve of Dinefwr Castle Woods, or through the National Trust Grounds of Dinefwr

A bustly lively local town.



A lovely historic market town, the nature reserve of Poor Man’s Wood is right on your doorstep

There’s lots of cafes and places to sit and enjoy the bustling town. Friday is market day in the old market square, a regular cattle market also happens at the town.

Dryslwyn Castle Dryslwyn

dryslwn castle

Dryslwyn is a spectacular hilltop Welsh castle, sited on a rocky hill between Llandeilo and Carmarthen.

Overlooking the Tywi Valley. Built in about the 1220s by one of the princes of the kingdom of Deheubarth, and was a site of many feuds as it passed between English and Welsh ownership. It is historically very important as one of the most significant Welsh castles.


Carreg Cennen Trap


The spectacular Carreg Cennen Castle is privately owned but managed by CADW (members get free access otherwise there is a small fee).

Wild and beautiful this ridge top castle is a dominating presence in the landscape, with walks all around it this makes for a lovely day out. The cafe and shop are open most of the year.