Dinefwr Park & Newton House

Enjoy the newly renovated Newton House, 12th-century Welsh castle and 18th-century landscaped park.

Newton House has recently been renovated and features some rooms dressed in 1912 style whilst others are exhibition rooms.

The exhibition on the first floor of Newton House tells the story of the history and landscape of Dinefwr.

Mouth watering tea rooms and a National Trust gift shop are on site.

The 18th century parkland has 5 stunning walks around the estate and is set in a medieval deer park.

£6 million is being spent on restoring this historic landscape to its former glory with the landscape design influenced by Capability Brown in the late 18th.C.

Dinefwr Park is home to more than 100 fallow deer and a small herd of White Park Cattle.

The property opens at 11, last entry at 4.30

Tariffs

  • £6.30 (£5.72)
  • Child £3.15 (£2.86)
  • Family £15.75 (£14.31)
  • Groups £5.30

Facilities

  • Tea-room - serving local produce
  • Shop - selling local Welsh products
  • Parking 50 yards (narrow access)
  • Taste local wines and beers overlooking the croquet lawn
  • Stay at one of our two holiday cottages
  • Suitable for school groups
  • Dogs welcome - on leads only

Contact Details

Dinefwr Park & Newton House
Llandeilo, Carmarthenshire
SA19 6RT

Tel: 01558 824512

Email: dinefwr@nationaltrust.org.uk

Website: http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/dinefwr/

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14.2 Miles from town

Opening Hours

  • 11am - 5pm until the end of October
  • 7 days a week