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Llandeilo SA19 6RT, Wales
+44 1558 823902
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Castle, stately home, acres of countryside with wonderful wildlife, this place has it all. The... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Leicester, United Kingdom
National trust

Visited Dinefwr as a NT member and enjoyed a lovely afternoon visiting Newton House and climbing... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
susan c
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Dinefwr is a wonderful 800 acre estate with parkland walks, a Mill Pond, Bog Wood Boardwalk, Childrens Play Area, Newton House with Tea rooms and courtyard shopping area and a Medieval Castle which is managed by Cadw. The estate and Newton hosue are owned and managed by the National Trust. Castle Woods and Dinefwr Castle are owned by the South Wales Wildlife Trust and managed by Cadw. Dinefwr is a beautiful place to escape the rush of modern life and enoy the scents and sounds of nature. Whether you are marvelling at the wonderful panoramic views of the Towyi river from the castle parapets or getting up close to the dragonflies on the Mill Pond, you cant help but fall in love with Dinefwr's Parkland. There are walks to suit all abilities and childrens tracker packs to help families discover and have fun together. Newton House is not a noral National Trust dressed house but instead acts as an exhibition telling the history of times gone by. The charm of Newton House is truely expereinced on the free Hidden House Tour. It is a house with no ropes and very much a space for families to enjoy. Fancy playing a steinway piano ? You can in Newton House. Inside the house there is also the Billiard Room, a licenced restaurant, the China Passage Art Gallery; and the Inner Courtyard Gift Shop show casing local products and plants. There is a whole site admission charge which includes: * Access to 800 acre parkland * Parking * Newton House * Billiard Tearooms * Castle Walk Cafe * Hidden House Tours * Childrens activites and tours * Estate Walks * Access t
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Llandeilo SA19 6RT, Wales
+44 1558 823902
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Castle, stately home, acres of countryside with wonderful wildlife, this place has it all. The ruins of the castle are excellent, with a wonderful history, the house is fantastic throughout, wonderfully instructive, and the land is brilliant, with cattle, deer and sheep along with all...More

Thank KevinSadler2364
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Visited Dinefwr as a NT member and enjoyed a lovely afternoon visiting Newton House and climbing the hill to the Castle. The views from the top of the castle are fabulous. There is lots of parkland to explore and a lovely garden at the house....More

Thank susan c
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Lovely well kept stately Home set in beautiful grounds, great to see the staff dressed in costume taking classes of children round and interacting with them, house very interesting but the castle is the jewel in the crown a little walk but well worth it,...More

Thank samsdad84
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We visited Dinefwr recently. As we are members of the National Trust we didn't have to pay. There is so much to see and do that we didn't have time to see all the grounds and buildings but we will return. What we did see...More

Thank county52
Reviewed 4 September 2017 via mobile

Great day at Dinefwr. Recommended to us by our holiday cottage owners. Amazing views from the castle. A returner!

Thank SarahNandL
Reviewed 30 August 2017 via mobile

Living in the area it has been a pleasure over several years to admire the way the National Trust has developed this property. Any reading of the reviews for Dinefwr should be followed by reading those for Newton House as both the Castle and the...More

Thank Michael H
Reviewed 29 August 2017

We decided to view the castle first and glad we did. The walk is not too far from the car park but a steady climb to reach the castle. Some of the sign posting ( mainly lacking) leaves a lot to be desired - unlike...More

Thank Greecophile
Reviewed 28 August 2017

interesting trip to see this house and grounds. House is very hands on and has been rescued so not original furnishings but interesting story and information to keep one occupied with a clear idea of what life would have been like in the past. famous...More

Thank pinklebunny
Reviewed 24 August 2017 via mobile

Visited Dinefwr with family and had a lovely day out. Took the tractor ride around the grounds and learnt all about the White Park cattle. Interesting house to visit with lots of information. Nice walk to the old castle which was fun for the children...More

Thank ChristineOLO
Reviewed 16 August 2017 via mobile

Visited twice as a family. Lovely grounds, interesting house. Enjoyed the cafe - the lamb cawl being the highlight. The castle was a pleasant walk though steep if you have mobility challenges. The 360 view from the top was amazing. We returned for my 6...More

Thank Nik209
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18 October 2016|
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Response from SarahRJ4 | Reviewed this property |
Yes it is dog friendly and no stiles to climb over but a gate to open on the way to the castle. The cafe on the way up to the castle was dog friendly. We saw a few dogs there during our visit too. I believe the only place... More
23 August 2016|
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Response from Carl W | Property representative |
Absolutely! But please take any litter home! We also have picnic tables around newton house and castle walk cafe for your use!
22 May 2016|
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Response from Allan C | Reviewed this property |
Yes, at the house on the ground floor but would be almost impossible to reach the Castle.