A point of historical interest, Dinefwr House was originally built in 1660. However, evidence suggests that the land was mostly in use for more than two millennia by the Romans. It now serves as a nature reserve, historic house, 18th-century landscape and a medieval deer park. Dinefwr House is situated in Llandeilo, Carmarthenshire.

The walk at Dinefwr is design by Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown and to this day remains the same. With a variety of activities to do there now, people come in every season to explore and enjoy with their families. The magnificent Dinefwr castle is open to explore just as Dinefwr house is. The deer park is home to Fallow Deer and a variety of exciting and beautiful wildlife.

Things to do:

Visit the Castle:

Visit the castle and witness the view from the magnificent castle walls yourself.

Newton House:

Most of the things in the Newton House date back to the 1850’s. The whole house has a Victorian Gothic style to it. Visit the house for a hands-on experience and learn about the amazing history.

Deer Park:

Visit the park and catch a glimpse of the amazing Fallow Deer. Also, explore the medieval 800-acre park and explore the different gardens and wildlife.


Dinefwr House is the perfect place for a family day. Pack a picnic basket and head on to the historic estate to have a fun filled day with your family.


The park has paths for you to take a normal stroll on or simple walks.

How to get there:

Bus and train services are just a mile away from Dinefwr House.


Llandeilo, Carmarthenshire, SA19 6RT


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