Explore the 12th-century Welsh castle, the historic house, the 18th-century landscaped park and the medieval deer park in this large park in Llandeilo.
There's miles of nice footpaths taking you to ponds, woodland, a heronry and a number of interesting sculptures.
The park is located near to the edge of the Brecon Beacons where you can continue your walking. You could head to the nearby Carreg Cennen Castle which sits on an elevated limestone precipice with fabulous views over mountains of the park. Our circular walk from Llandeilo visits the castle and the ancient woodland at the nearby Tregeyb Wood nature reserve.
Dinefwr Park Ordnance Survey Map - view and print off detailed OS map
Dinefwr Park Open Street Map - view and print off detailed map
Dinefwr Park OS Map - Mobile GPS OS Map with Location tracking
Dinefwr Park Open Street Map - Mobile GPS Map with Location tracking
Further Information and Other Local Ideas
Just a couple of miles south west you'll find Gelli Aur Country Park. The park surrounds the Golden Grove mansion and includes another deer park, peacocks, views of the Tywi Valley and an aboretum with some fine specimen trees.
A few miles north west of the castle you'll find the expansive Brechfa Forest. The forest has miles of good walking trails and mountain bike trails to try. The ancient village of Brechfa is also worth exploring with its wonderful old pub. On the south eastern fringe of the forest there's Abergorlech where you can enjoy a riverside walk through the Cothi Valley and explore the wonderful ruins of the 12th century Talley Abbey.
A few miles to the south there's Llyn Llech Owain to visit. The country park has some good woodland mountain bike trails and a pretty lake to see.
A few miles north east of Llandeilo there's the climb to the viewpoint and two Iron Age Hill Forts on Garn Goch.