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This castle is on a National Trust property which also includes Newton House. Whether you have a dog or not this is a beautiful place for walking. Spot the resident deer herd and the ancient white cattle breed. There’s a cafe and shop and a really good second hand book shop occupying a large space…
Really interesting welsh history display and good stories of the servants. Nice food and cakes
4.3 miles away, Set in the beautiful parkland with lovely walks through the deer park.
Discover Dinefwr Castle and the history of Lord Rhys, a key figure in welsh history. Enjoy a hands -on atmospheric circa 1912 experience in Newton House. Explore the park and meet the White Park cattle, deer and badgers.
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“A visit to the castle is a must. It was voted the most romantic castle in Wales by the Countryfile magazine; Set 300 foot above the River Cennen this dramatic 13th Century ruin commands stunning views. There is a café on site, an entrance fee is charged for a visit to the castle. It is also an opportunity to visit Llandeilo; a delightful little town. In addition there are lovely walks around the area.”
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“Lots of things to see and do. Designed by Norman Foster. Formal gardens, lakes and woodland surrounding a huge tropical glass house. Explore nature’s living attractions or visit the British Birds of Prey Centre.”
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“On the outskirts of Llandeilo is the National Trust owned Newton House and Deer Park. There is a lovely walk to the ruins of Dinefwr Castle (you can park on the drive towards the main property or free is you are not a National Trust member). ”
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“Health foods, local produce, vegetarian and vegan foods, fresh fruit and vegetables. Locally produced artisan stone baked sourdough and speciality breads, Liliwen herbs and Welsh honey.”
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