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Nearest English Heritage Visitor Attractions (these are shown on the map above)
Arthurs Stone - 62.13 miles from site Click here for details
Longtown Castle - 62.33 miles from site Click here for details
Find nearest: National Trust English Heritage Fuel Pub
Take the A484 from Carmarthen to Cynwyl Elfed. Pass the Blue Bell Inn on your right - take left fork approx 200yds onto B4333 towards Hermon. Keep on this road for 7 miles. As you start winding down the hill you will see a brown sign with 1/4 mile on your left. Take this turn on your left and we are 1/4 mile on your right.
Ordnance Survey Land ranger Map No. 145
OS. Ref: SN 321370
There's an array of historic ruined castles to explore, including Carmarthen Castle (built in 1105), and Laugharne Castle, situated on the Taf River estuary. There are even remains of a castle in Newcastle Emlyn, which was blown up during the Civil War.
As the area is so scenic, it is a haven for wildlife, with numerous Sites of Special Scientific Interest. Buzzards frequently fly overhead, the Red Kite has found its way back to Carmarthenshire and over Moelfryn.
Other places of interest and attraction are the
National Botanic Gardens, Ffos Las Racing Course(New), Aberglasney(enchanting and mysterious gardens),Oakwood, Pony trekking, Angling (game/coarse/sea), Open Canoe trips, Iron Age Fort, Coastal path, Cheese Farms, Welsh chocolate Farm and many more.
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