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Local Attractions

Carreg cennen castle

There are few Castles in Wales that can boast such a magnificent location. Perched on a remote crag above the river Cennen, on the Brecon Beacons national park, Carreg cennen castle is undoubtedly one of Wales most dramatic and romantic castles. From its unique postion, some 1000ft above sea level , it‘s vista‘s are truely breathtaking and on a clear day you can see for 60 miles across the Breacon Beacons and beyound. For generations, artists have descended on Carreg cennen Castle as a source of inspiration and for its picturesque landscapes. Visit the website

Aberglasney Gardens

The gardens lost in time. Dating as far back as the early 15th Century, Aberglasney house and gardens is one of the finest gardens in Wales, from it‘s courtyard gardens boasting a diverse collections of rare and wonderful plant species to the mansion house and Elizabethan garden structures that are totaly unique to the UK. Set in the beautiful Tywi valley, Aberglasney has inspired many artists and landscape designers and is a gardeners dream come true. Gift shop, gardens and cafe open 364 days a year. Visit the website

National Botanic Gardens Wales

The world largest single span glasshouse with the biggest display of mediterranean plants in the Northen Hemispher. Award winning Japanese garden, lakeside and country walks, plant themed childrens play area with educational and conservation demonstrations, indoor and outdoor art. Come rain or shine there is always agreat mix of indoor and outdoor attractions, there‘s always something to do. Land train & buggies available to help you get around and fully wheelchair accessible. Visit the website