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Due to unforeseen circumstances, we will be closing early this season on Sunday 15th September. Thank you for all your support this year and we hope to see you in 2020!

What To Do

A warm welcome awaits visitors to Cwmyrhidyll, a small and secluded site set on a spacious and level field within a smallholding of approximately 30 acres. A trickling stream cuts through the surrounding fields and trees making it an idyllic home for birds and wildlife in the countryside. The views across the hills are stunning and nature lovers will appreciate this location close by the Brecon National Park and Brechfa Forest. Located on the outskirts of Salem Village with its community hall, chapel and pub, we are only 3 miles away from a selection of shops, delicatessens, supermarkets, cafes and restaurants in the historic and picturesque town of Llandeilo.

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Llandeilo

Llandeilo is a community and town in Carmarthenshire, Wales, situated at the crossing of the River Towy by the A483 on a 19th-century stone bridge. Its population was 1,795 at the 2011 Census. It is adjacent to the westernmost point of the Brecon Beacons National Park.

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National Botanical Gardens

The National Botanic Garden of Wales is situated near Llanarthney in the Towy Valley, Carmarthenshire, Wales. The garden is both a visitor attraction and a centre for botanical research and conservation, and features the world's largest single-span glasshouse measuring 110 m (360 ft) long by 60 m (200 ft) wide.

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Aberglasney Gardens

Aberglasney was made famous by the BBC television series ?A Garden Lost in Time? which followed its restoration. Today it is quite simply one of Wales? finest gardens. A renowned plantsman?s paradise with a unique Elizabethan cloister garden at its heart, Aberglasney offers the opportunity to explore more than 10 acres of magnificent gardens which along with the fully restored ground floor of Aberglasney?s grade II* listed mansion offer a stunning venue for weddings, exhibitions and events.

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Dinefwr Castle and Park

Perched in a commanding hilltop position above the Tywi Valley, Dinefwr Castle occupies a similarly significant position in Welsh history. In the 12th century, the fortress was in the possession of The Lord Rhys, ruler of the ancient south Wales kingdom of Deheubarth. His reign saw a rare period of peace and stability that led to a flowering of Welsh culture, music and poetry. Sadly, it was not to last. After Rhysís death, conflicts over succession led to turbulent years as the Welsh princes fought amongst themselves and against the English. Dinefwr eventually fell into English control in 1287 and remained there for centuries, despite Owain Glynd?rís attempt to wrest it back during his uprising of 1403.

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Due to unforeseen circumstances, we will be closing early this season on Sunday 15th September. Thank you for all your support this year and we hope to see you in 2020!